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Ðà Nẵng Travel Tips

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Insider advice for your Ðà Nẵng vacation


JayJay
Da Nang, Viet Nam 4 stars
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Da Nang is much quieter and more laid back than either of Viet Nam’s big two of Ho Chi Minh City and Ha Noi. Da Nang lacks a cosmopolitan feel, but has plenty of attractions to keep visitors busy. There are several museums focusing on the ruins of the thousand-year-old Cham empire. The area’s aged temples welcome visitors. Some of these are out of the way, but a motorbike driver or cyclo driver can help you find them. Then there is the seafood. Sitting at a café along the seafront enjoying giant prawns or scallops might be the highlight of your trip. Da Nang is the perfect place to take a break from Viet Nam’s busier metropolises.


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Alucard
Ngu Hanh Son - Marble mountain 5 stars
Marble Mountains are situated between Da Nang City and Hoi An ancient town (about 20km from there) and very close to Non Nuoc beach, which stretches for kilometres with clean and white sand. Ngu Hanh Son was named in the early 19th century by King Minh Mang (Nguyen Dynasty) according to the 5 elements of the nature like Kim (metal), Moc (wood), Thuy (water), Hoa (fire) and Tho (earth). Thuy Mountain is the biggest one among them, where you can find 3 main peaks such as Thuong, Trung and Ha Thai and many grottoes as well as Tam Thai pagoda. The stone carving village stretching along the road leading to the Ngu Hanh Son entrance is also a very attractive sight for visitors. At this village you can admire all those wonderful works created by patient craftsmen right in front of you. All the stones for the works are taken and transferred from the Marble Mountains.

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