Da Nang is third largest city of Vietnam, it’s located on the Eastern Sea coast, midway between Hanoi capital and Ho Chi Minh City and the largest city of Central Vietnam.


The city itself has neither the atmosphere of Hanoi nor the hustle-bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, but has its share of sights and is close to the charms of Hoi An and the imperial capital of Hue, making it a popular vacationing spot for those looking to explore the attractions of central Vietnam or soak up some rays while hanging out on the city's beaches. Brief History of Da Nang The regions surrounding Da Nang, not far west of the city is a famous historical site My Son holly temple belong to Quang Nam province, it was founded by the Cham practicing Hindus most possibly 3000 years ago, serving as the capital city and center of the Hindu Champa Dynasty. Vietnamese occupied the region in the 17th century significantly halted Cham development and during the Vietnam War, vast monuments and buildings were bombed. Given Danang was the first points of colonial invasion, many vestiges of French architecture are present in the historic buildings. Recently Danang city has grown rapidly, in the year 2008 population estimated at 900,000. Until recently, this growth was mostly outward and infill, but now there are high-rises going up. There are many remnants of the "American War" leftover in Da Nang. Each bridge has a different builder, whether they are French, American, or Vietnamese. On the way to the popular tourist spot; Non Nuoc Beach, the ruins of a military base remain in the form of helicopter hangars, although these are now more easily spotted at the airport, which serves both civil and military flights. The city is often overlooked by tourists but is one of the friendliest to backpackers in all of Vietnam. My Khe Beach, otherwise known as Non Nuoc Beach for American G.I.'s, is now home to a small community of guest house owners, marble statue shops, and other various trades. Some of the most beautiful and isolated beaches in Vietnam are found here, among some of the friendliest people. This is a must stop for any traveler. Lately, Da Nang was some what hostile to foreigners, a consequence of the attitudes of those who then controlled the provincial government. In the early 90s, however, this changed, and since the late 90s the provincial government has been enthusiastically pursuing foreign investment and developing infrastructure. Da Nang has some of the best roads in the country; the coast road is at least four lanes from northern provincial boundary to southern provincial boundary. Compared to either Hanoi or HCMC, traffic in Da Nang is always relatively light, although huge trucks blare along every now and again and there are brief 'rush hours.' Development is visible and rapid; the city has expanded tremendously in the last ten years, and several multi-story buildings, as well as more beach resorts, are under construction, and there are now at least three large supermarkets as well as a Metro wholesaler. This also involves redevelopment of areas near the city beaches across the river, with whole blocks of old housing being razed and new roads installed and hotels and luxurious villas constructed The downside to the pretty laid back, less serious and frenetic, an aspect of Da Nang is that even locals frequently complain that there is nothing to do except drink, which they do a lot. This is not really true, there is a zoo, a soccer stadium, many tennis courts and pool halls, several large modern discos/night clubs, bars, etc., and of course the beaches and Son Tra peninsula. However, it is also true that coffee and beer drinking are the most common leisure activities of most local residents. The hottest months of the year are June, July, and August when the temperature can get to as high as 40 degrees Celsius, and it is generally very dry. There are usually tropical storms in October and November. Da Nang is also ideally positioned between Hoi An for a day trip and Hue for day or short trip. Stop by and soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the unspoiled golden sandy beaches on the up and coming western part of Da Nang, its Son Tra peninsula, before here became a busy tourist destination. Unfortunately, only the Furama and Pullman five star resorts are on the beach. All other hotels near the beach are just on the other side of a relatively busy road in the Son Tra peninsula, unless you go a little out of Da Nang. Deck chairs and sun loungers could be rented on the beach for VND 25 - 35,000 per three hours. They will try to charge tourists double that amount but if that were to happen, show them the price list displayed on the beach and they will give-in! Do not forget to take your towel, etc. A handful shower exists near where the deck chairs are.

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Marble Mountain Bana Hill Non  Nuoc beach Son Tra peninsula

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