Da Nang

Travel to Da Nang

With broad beaches, fantastic street food, the fabled Hai Van Pass, and a growing collection of cafes, restaurants, and bars, it’s no wonder the residents of Da Nang sport some of the broadest smiles in the country. The warm sands of My Khe Beach sweep south from the mountainous Son Tra Peninsula. Da Nang hosts some of Vietnam's top luxury resorts, but much of the beach still belongs to the people who make it their playground, gym, and source of livelihood.

How to reach Da Nang

The Da Nang International Airport has several daily connections to major cities in Vietnam. There are also a growing number of international connecting flights. Trains and buses pass through Da Nang, making it a convenient travel hub to explore the central region. In town, taxis are abundant, as well as ride-hailing apps. Popular trips from Da Nang are easily arranged, whether heading to Marble Mountain, Son Tra Peninsula, Hoi An, or Hai Van Pass, motorbike or car tours are readily available

How many days is enough in Da Nang

Although many people only choose to spend a day or two in Da Nang this city has so much to offer. For the best experience, you'll want to spend at least three days here and even more, if you're using this place as a base. Both Hue and Hoi An can be visited on a day trip

Best months to travel

The best time to visit Da Nang on a budget is from January to March when the wet season ends. The weather is neither too hot nor too cold and there is less rainfall. Da Nang is also not too crowded at that time

What is Da Nang famous for?

Da Nang is known for its sand beaches and hills including Ba Na hills and hillside Hai Van Pass. The city is also popular among history buffs, for its French colonial vibe. The hidden caves that house Buddhist shrines are some other attractions in Da Nang

Night life in Da Nang

Nightlife in Da Nang boasts a collection of swanky rooftop bars, sophisticated lounges, friendly expat bars, and vibrant nightclubs where fun-loving visitors can enjoy a night out with likeminded locals

Most nightlife spots in Danang remain open till late and are moderately cheap. Bach Dang Street is one of the most popular streets, which turns into a walking street from 7 pm every day.