• Travel Information

    • Ngu Hanh Son
    • Ngu Hanh Son is a scenic area consisting of 5 large limestone mountains with names such as Thuy Son, Kim Son, Moc Son, Tho Son and Hoa Son. Ngu Hanh Son has majestic features with ancient rocks, moss and architectural history, spiritual extremely unique. Besides Ngu Hanh Son, this place is also known as Non Nuoc Mountain because it is located near the sandy beaches Non Nuoc. It is a masterpiece of nature given to Da Nang city.
    • Museum of Cham Sculpture
    • The first structure in what is now the Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture was built in 1915.  However, many of the Cham sculptures here were actually collected over the 20 years prior to the construction of this first building.  Coming from sites around Da Nang and Quang Nam Province, they were brought to this site and displayed in what was then known as “The Garden of Tourane”. The collection of Cham sculpture was begun by French archaeologists and experts from L’École Française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO). Some artifacts were sent to museums in Paris and others to museums in  Hanoi and Sai Gon (now Ho Chi Minh City).  However, the most typical and precious objects were left here in what was then known as Tourane (now Da Nang).
    • My Khe Beach
    • My Khe Beach is famous for its blue sky, smooth white sand, gentle slope, clear & warm water year round and beautiful areas surrounded by coconut trees. Everything around you is peaceful, natural, relaxing, that's why Forbes Magazine selected My Khe beach as “one of the most attractive beaches on the planet” title. This recognition was given after an endless effort of the government and the Da Nang Lifesaving Association in keeping the beach clean, safety for visitors, free admission for tourists, great accommodations...etc. Moreover, My Khe beach was commended as one of 10 most popular beaches in Asia by The Sunday Herald Sun of Australia. The lack of large waves, warm water year round and an average of 60 meter wide beach area, My Khe Beach is an ideal and safe place for both adults and children to swim at any time of year. My Khe also offers magnificent sunrise scenery so try to stay close to the beach to enjoy the stunning view right from your room.
    • Lady Buddha Da Nang
    • Being the tallest Buddha statue in Vietnam, Lady Buddha Da Nang is located at Linh Ung Pagoda on Son Tra Peninsula in Da Nang which is 9 km away from My Khe beach, or 14 km from Da Nang city center. Lady Buddha Da Nang statue is inside Linh Ung pagoda courtyard with a height of 67m, the lotus diameter is 35m, equivalent to a 30-storey building. The statue leans on the mountain, facing the sea, the kind eyes looking down, a hand exorcizes while the other hand is holding a bottle of holy water like sprinkling the peace to the offshore fishermen. On the hat of Lady Buddha statue, there is a Buddha statue 2m high. There are 17 floors in the statue lap, each floor has an altar with 21 Buddha statues which have different shapes, facial expression and posture. From the above of these seventeen towers, we can see the whole city, mountains and Son Tra Sea and island in the most perfect way. Look beyond, Marble Mountains and the beach surrounded by fine white sand shore appear visibly. In early morning or in the evening, the blue and clear sky and cool wind will bring people a great impression that not many places have. At night, looking down from the pagoda gate, tourists can see a long streak of city lights like a bolide in the shimmering night sky. One more special thing of the Lady Buddha Da Nang is whether you are standing in any place in the city, you can also easily see the Lady Buddha statue which leans on the mountain, facing the sea. Also because of being located in the highest terrain of Son Tra peninsula, from the entrance, tourists are able to see the entire young Da Nang city. But if you look toward the sea, you can see My Khe beach with blue and clear beach and fine white sandbank running along the path at the bottom of mountain of Son Tra peninsula.
    • Hue Hwangseong
    • Hue Hwangseong was the palace of the Nguyen Dynasty for 143 years from 1802 to 1945. After being spotlighted as one of the best tourist destinations in Vietnam, UNESCO has been designated as a World Heritage site by the whole of the remains, and restoration and preservation work of ruins ruined during the Vietnam War is actively being carried out.