Hai Van Pass overlooks Da Nang City, Tien Sa Port, Son Tra Peninsula, and South China Sea.
Nha Thrang Cathedral (locally known as the stone church or Nui Church) is the largest church in the city
he National Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam offers interesting exhibits of local marine life, including over 20,000 live and preserved marine specimens
The Sand Dunes of Mui Ne are two geological wonders no visitor should ever miss out on their travel itinerary.
Dau Tieng Lake is a borderless body of water built by Tay Ninh people. With a total area of 27,000 ha and a total volume of 1.5 billion m3
Dai Lai Lake is approximately 40km north of Hanoi, towards Noi Bai International Airport direction.
Cua Dai is one of five Vietnamese UNESCO World Heritage Sites offering a wonderful getaway for every traveler.
Con Market is a busiest market and also known as shopping venue in Da Nang City Center where you can find anything from handicrafts, apparel, accessories to food
Ham Tien Market is a significant landmark in Mui Ne, frequented by local and tourist as well especially during holiday or festival.
Bach Ma National Park is a place you can delve into eco-system and go trekking for an interest.