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Best things to do in Da Nang

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Hotel
“New Phuong Dong comes with music that will blast your eardrums and spectacular laser showa. Drinks are even more expensive here but at least they have a dance floor that some people were actually enjoy.”
12 locals recommend
Theme Park Ride / Attraction
“Nice Sun Wheel with the view of Danang City at night and the Helio Center, a very ideal place for kids and children ”
6 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Viet Nam Cuisine where is a good place and medium price and located on the best street of Da Nang”
16 locals recommend
Church
“Da Nang Cathedral is the cathedral of Danang Diocese in central Vietnam. This is also known as the Pink church Da Nang, the only church built in Danang city in the French colonial period, in 1923 by the priest Louis Vallet for Danang’s French colonial population. The church officially opened its doors on 10 March 1924 with the purpose of serving the French Catholics who lived in Da Nang at that time. Now, Da Nang cathedral still functions as a lively place of worship for the catholic locals in Da Nang.”
11 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“The love bridge with many hearts. It is next to Dragon Bridge. Beautiful during the day and at night. You can buy the key and write your name with your loved one on it. ”
3 locals recommend
Bar
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“Bamboo2 Bar Da Nang is a small yet vibrant nightlife spot along the bustling Bach Dang Street, drawing mostly expats and tourists looking to catch live sports matches such as AFL, NRL, Rugby Union, and Premier League. The bar has three levels with open-air terraces that overlook the Han River and Dragon River Bridge, as well as walls decorated with graffiti by past patrons, ample bamboo bar stools, and a pool table. With a music policy of popular English tunes, Bamboo2 Bar Da Nang hosts a local DJ every Fridays at 21:00 onwards. You can also enjoy ‘buy two, free one’ drinks promos from 17:30 until 19:00. ”
12 locals recommend
Museum
“The Museum of Da Nang was founded in 1989, and it was originally located in Le Duan Street. In 2005, it was relocated to 24 Tran Phu Street where it officially opened on 26 April 2011. The new museum incorporates the reconstructed walls of a citadel built by Emperor Minh Mang at the beginning of the 19th century. The three-floor museum houses more than 2,500 photos and artifacts. These exhibits feature founding history, culture, and the construction and development of the city. In recent years, a number of interesting extracurricular activities and exhibitions have been organised at the venue, and they have drawn a great deal of attention from the public.”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Famous for it pork roll with paper rice and fresh veggies If you prefer a clean and nice place, that's the one. ”
6 locals recommend
Premise
“Asia Park is a meeting place of special cultures from many Asian countries. There are games that reached many records as Soft Play for children with an area of 400m2 that includes intellectual, explorative and movement games, or Sun Blaster game, a shooting zone with an area of 250m2.”
6 locals recommend
Hotel
“They have a rooftop bar that offer you nice music, DJ and stunning view of Han River and Han bridge.”
9 locals recommend
Bridge
“Han River Bridge is the first modern bridge in Da Nang. For years, it has been the symbol of this gorgeous seaside city.”
7 locals recommend
Bar
“Waterfront Danang Restaurant & Bar overlooks Han River in Da Nang City Centre, featuring a modern dining venue on the upper level and a lively sports bars downstairs.”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Opened in 2003, Le Bambino Da Nang is great for escaping the bustling streets without actually leaving Da Nang City. Accessible within a 10-minute walk from Han Market, this atmospheric restaurant is divided into two indoor dining areas (smoking and non-smoking) and a swimming pool patio. Its menu comprises fresh seafood, homemade pastas, salads, and prime cuts imported from New Zealand and Australia. Some of Le Bambino Da Nang’s signature dishes include foie gras pate with toast bread (VND 340,000), Black Angus ribeye steak (VND 590,000), and duck leg confit (VND 290,000). Opening Hours: Daily 16:00 – 22:00 ”
1 local recommends
Café
“ Sky36 is located on floors 35 and 36 of Da Nang Hotel. Novotel Danang Premier Han River is owned by SunGroup. This will be a world class entertainment is best served to people and visitors to visit the resort in Danang. SKY36 - Sky bar with exquisite space design with state-of-the-art sound and lighting. The modern glass elevator system is impressive, elegantly designed. SKY36 is a harmonious combination of outdoor bar, bed sofa and VIP lounge interior area designed elegantly and elegantly. With a height of 166m, will be the meeting place, the space to enjoy the impressive luxury guests elegant and stylish. From this position can be caught in the sight of the whole city of Da Nang brillian”
10 locals recommend
Store
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“Mi Quang Ba Mua is arguably the best place to enjoy Da Nang’s quintessential noodle dish. A bowl of mi quang is priced at VND 25,000, consisting of turmeric-yellow rice noodles and bone broth that’s seasoned with fish sauce, black pepper, shallots, and garlic. You can also choose from a variety of meat toppings, such as beef, chicken, pork, shrimp, frogs, and eels. Lastly, the ensemble is topped with basil, peanuts, coriander, sliced banana flowers, and sesame rice crackers. Due to Mi Quang Ba Mua’s growing popularity amongst foreign travellers, an English menu is provided. Opening Hours: Daily 06:30 – 21:30 Address: 19 Tran Binh Trong Street, Da Nang”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Bushido Restaurant Da Nang has gained massive popularity for its extensive selection of authentic Japanese and Korean dishes.”
3 locals recommend