Da Nang in Central Vietnam is one of the incredible backpacking destinations that is unfortunately skipped by so many travellers who find themselves being short on time. If you find yourself in Central Vietnam, make sure you don’t miss out some of these great things to do in Da Nang!
If you love photography and want to experience a REAL Da Nang’s life (without tourists), Good Morning Da Nang is a must do. The more you go, the more you see how charming Da Nang is. Only with a walk through the town, your journey begins to come alive. The trip includes a sunrise visit to the fragrant and colourful Da Nang Market where you can feel the noise and busy atmosphere of wholesale market. You will enjoy “Fish Cake Noodle Soup” for breakfast along with a cup of Vietnamese coffee.
Da Nang food tour by motorbike focuses on street food which you would not get if you were just a tourist walking around by yourself. You will discover some hidden Da Nang streets at the back of our tour guides' motorbikes. The enthusiastic tour guides will show you the best place for local foods as well as give you a chance to interact with local people.
Son Tra Peninsula is fun, interesting and adventurous! Still largely covered with dense rainforest it gives a home to the rare Red Shanked Doucs. A primate which is a common find up in the trees of the Son Tra Jungle but elsewhere in South East Asia quite difficult to spot.
Son Tra is a perfect Get-a-way from Danang City exploring the narrow jungle roads by motorbike or hike through the Jungle in search for some exclusive wildlife.
The Marble Mountains are a cluster of marble and limestone hills just 7 km from the city center. The mountains are full of caves, tunnels and Buddhist shrines. For years, the hill were mined for its valuable stone even though the goverment has given laws to ban some illegal mining activities. To get a spectacular view over the height of 700 meters, don't miss out the chance to reach the top of Marble moutain.
Hoi An is an ancient and beautiful town which is listed as the World Cultural Heritage Site in 1999 by UNESCO and was once a well-known trading centre in Southeast Asia from the 16th to 18th century. After a leisure guided walk around the old quarter, you will have time to explore the town on your own and time for shopping. Hoi An is really a little hidden gem of Viet Nam.
6. My Son Sanctuary from Da Nang
My Son Hindu Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a great sample of the ancient Champa civilization located in the southern part of Vietnam. It was an independent state from around the 2nd to the 17th century, the time which is occupied by Viet Nam.
7. Da Nang Shopping Tour
Enjoy your shopping day with a short trip around Da Nang shopping mall to purchase fashion items, food or take delights in some entertaining venues. Furthermore, you can also do a quick shop in other local shopping places as Han market, Con market or Parkson.
This pleasant ride gives cyclists a fantastic sampling of the countryside in Vietnam. Mandering through rice paddies, acrossing rivers small villages outside the city center are definitely some memorable activities for nature lovers. The rideis flat but what you see on your saddle is rewarding!
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Son Tra Peninsula is fun, interesting and adventurous! At a size of over 4000 hectares, this place is massive! Rent a scooter or motorcycle to ride along the newly-built road to the end and check out the nature reserve, and stop off to visit one of the most important religious sights in the area, Quan Am. There are plenty of untouched beaches along the peninsula and some excellent viewpoints.
The Peninsula holds some nice beaches like Bai Bac, Bai Nam and Bai But where you can sit down to eat and drink (nhau) in Vietnamese style.
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