TAG : Da Nang

  • Night market to open in Danang

    The first regular night market and shopping area on the east side of the Rong (Dragon) Bridge for pedestrians will open on 12 June in the central city of Danang. The night market will feature 150 stalls selling souvenirs, food and local specialties from 6pm to midnight daily, and is reserved for pedestrians in the evenings. The city previously opened a night food centre on Huynh Thuc Khang Street. The city also plans to build a 4.4-ha Central Square in the downtown area that will serve as a landmark tourism attraction and shopping and public entertainment site, on Bach Dang, Phan Chau Trinh, Nguyen Thai Hoc, Hung Vuong, Le Duan, and Pham Hong Thai Streets. Danang hosted 5.6 million tourists in 2016, of which 1.67 million were foreigners.

  • Premier Village Danang Resort

    Premier Village Danang Resort

    Nautica Beach Club 5.30-9.30pm in April: Sunday BBQ at prices starting from VND450,000/ adult (including one glass of draught beer), with a DJ performance and a ‘buy one get one free’ promotion for beverages. Half-price for kids from 5-11 years old.

    Tel: (0236) 0391 9999

  • Special aura

    Special aura

    Karma Spa is a luxurious urban oasis of well-being that combines the warmest of Asian hospitality with an elegant French touch to create a remarkable spa experience.


  • Risemount Resort

    Risemount Resort

    Risemount Resort, the first Santorini-style holiday resort in Danang, has officially opened. At Risemount, guests will be taken half-way across the globe to a setting reminiscent of magnificent Greek nature and the tasteful architecture style of Santorini. Its 103 rooms and suites comprise elegant and sophisticating touches, primarily in white and coral blue and each with its own private balcony and colourful bougainvillea flowers. In addition to nine categories of accommodation, the resort also features the La Maison restaurant, the Elia Lobby Lounge and the Kapari pool bar. Visit:www.risemountresort.com.vn.



    Basket boats found in the central region are perfect for near-shore fishing and making them involves a degree of sophistication.




    That Vietnam’s tourism sector is on the rise is beyond question but there are still so many things that need attention.


  • Natural perfection

    Natural perfection

    Between Danang and Hue lies Lang Co, truly one of Vietnam’s most stunning vistas.


  • Danang to set up Son Tra national tourism site

    Danang to set up Son Tra national tourism site

    Authorities in central Danang city have unveiled a master plan for developing Son Tra Peninsula into a national tourism site by 2025 with a vision towards 2030. About 10 km northeast of the city centre, the 1,000-ha tourism site is nestled on Son Tra Peninsula in Tho Quang ward, Son Tra district. The specific focus will be to develop a venue meeting the requirements for a national tourism site, such as the sustainable exploitation of marine and forest resources and the development of eco-tourism associated with sports, luxury marine, cultural and spiritual tourism products. Son Tra Peninsula is regarded as the green lung of the coastal city, with rich flora and popular tourism sites such as Linh Ung - Bai But Pagoda. It is home to around 300 red-shanked douc langurs, which are on the list of endangered species.

  • La Carte Da Nang beach coastal oasis

    La Carte Da Nang beach coastal oasis

    With a fresh, modern design in a surprising concept, À La Carte Da Nang Beach provides spacious ocean-view suites at amazing prices with interesting customer-friendly services.


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