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About Da Nang City
Danang has meant a lot of things for a lot of people - in particular, some of the history wrought by the war, some spectacular scenery, and the friendliness of the locals. However, Danang is on the threshold of becoming a major destination of "resort" tourists from Europe, Australia and America. Danang is one of the leaders in Vietnam in economic reforms and tourism has certainly helped boost the local economy.

How to get here: Danang is 108km from Hue, 759km from Hanoi and 965km from Ho Chi Minh City.
Air - The airport is 2.5 km south-west of the city. Daily flights to Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Pleiku. Flights to Haiphong two times a week, Nha Trang four times a week, Buon Ma Thuot three times a week.
Train - Express trains stop in Danang.
Da Nang Sightseeings
NON NUOC BEACH: Non Nuoc Beach runs for 5 km along the Marble Mountain in Da Nang. It is bordered by Dien Ngoc Sea to the south and Da Nang to the north.

The beach gently slopes towards the calm, clear and blue ocean; the clarity of the water attracts people who come to swim and enjoy the seafood.

The area is famous for seaweed, which is exported internationally. Many five-star hotels have been built in Non Nuoc to accommodate both domestic and foreign tourists.

MARBLE MOUNTAINS: The Marble Mountains, also called Ngu Hanh Son or Mountains of the Five Element, consist of five peaks : Thuy Son (water) which is the highest, Moc Son (wood), Kim Son (metal) , Tho Son (soil) and Hoa Son (fire). They are located 12 km west of Da Nang.

Thuy Son has developed into a popular tourist resort because of its alluring beauty. Stone steps carved into the mountain lead to Tam Thai Pagoda and Huyen Khong Cave.

HAI VAN PASS: Traveling Hai Van Pass, two feelings are usually experienced: amazement at passing through the clouds and fear of the dangerous bends of the road. It is located 1,500m above sea level. Its name means "pass of the ocean clouds", as the peak of the mountain is above cloud level while its foot is close to the sea. From the top of Hai Van Pass, one can admire Lang Co Beach to the north and Danang to the south. Endless forests stretch out west of the pass and the ocean is to the east.

CHAM MUSEUM: The Cham museum is located at the intersection of Trung Nu Vuong and Bach Dang streets in Danang. It was built in 1915 with financial support from the French Far-East Research Institute in Vietnam.

This museum owns the most extensive collection of Cham art in the world. In the past, the capital of the Champa nation was located in present-day Danang. Other famous sites include Tra Kieu, Dong Duong, My Son and Thap Man.

The museum was built in Cham architectural style, using thin lines that are simple and gentle. The style originates from the period between the fifth and 15th centuries, when a matriarchal society prevailed.

More than 300 interesting sculptural statues and bas-reliefs have been collected from different sites of the ancient Champa Kingdom and preserved in this special museum.
The Airport is 2.5km south-west of the city. Daily flights to Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh city and Pleiku. Flights to Haiphong two times a week, Nha Trang four times a week, Ban Me Thuot three time a week.
Vietnam Airlines Booking Offices:
35 Tran Phu St. Tel: 511-821130
7 Yen Bai St. Tel: 511-826621 27
Ngu Hanh Son. Tel: 511-83609
The station is at 122 Haiphong St. Tel: 511-823810. Express trains stop in Danang.
The Long distance bus station is at 35 Dien Bien Phu St., Tel: 511-822020. Buses to Vinh , Hue, Haiphong, Quang Ngai, Hanoi, Ban Me Thuot, Dalat and Nha Trang.