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Things to do in Quang Nam Province

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Museum
“Historical museum of Champa civilization holds many historic artifacts. Located at the busiest crossroad of Danang city with the most beautiful vantage point for pictures”
  • 55 locals recommend
Landmark
“Visitors should go in the spring and summer (from February to August) to be able to enjoy the fresh air as well as the beautiful scenery here safely.”
  • 46 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“In the immense greeness of trees on the island, with pure nature, clean white beaches as well as historical - cultural relics and precious and rare coral reefs of Vietnam. You can also have diving activities here. Please feel free to ask us for tours or relevant things”
  • 22 locals recommend
Bookshop
“Don't have time to shop local souvenirs? Give Lotte Mart a quick 20 mins on the way to the airport and you got it all. ”
  • 24 locals recommend
Resort
“Developed by Sun Group, the Ba Na Hills Resort at a height of over 1,400m above sea level was officially opened to the public in 2007. Since then, it has become one of Viet Nam’s most popular entertainment areas and its must-visited places. The resort features the French Village, the Le Jardin Flower Garden, a mountain-climbing train, the Debay Wine Cellar, the Linh Ung Pagoda, the first-ever wax museum in Viet Nam, and Fantasy Park, which is the largest indoor entertainment centre in Southeast Asia. ”
  • 21 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“Blessed with beautiful and peaceful city coastline. Many tourists have praised Danang has one of the most beautiful and clean beach not just in Vietnam but also around the world. Try to enjoy the beach at 5 in the morning when the air and cold breeze is so fresh whereas the ocean is so clear that you can literally see small little fishes swim in school as soon as you step into the water. Also a very nice place for traveller to get their tan on.”
  • 35 locals recommend
Amusement Park
“"One of Asia’s most modern amusement parks today, Asia Park is a great place to enjoy a day of rides, attractions, and shows. Even if you’re not into roller coasters and the like, you should stop by here to get on the Sun Wheel, Da Nang’s landmark Ferris wheel that can be seen from almost anywhere in the city. Asia Park is split into two parts to make it easier for you to find your way around. The main area is full of roller coasters, free fall towers, and carousels--there's always something for every age. The second area features scale models of ten Southeast Asian countries’ main sights and highlights their beautiful architecture as well as their traditional foods and traditions. Opening hours: Mon-Sat 3:00 PM – 10:00 PM, Sun 9:30 AM – 10:30 PM. Entrance fee: 300,000 VND for adults, 200,000 VND for children"”
  • 19 locals recommend
Beach Bar
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“Nice place to chill out. Live music on some days in the evenings. Relaxing place”
  • 27 locals recommend
Bridge
“Dragon Bridge is considered a symbol of Danang with the shape of the first dragon facing the sea. Dragon Bridge is 666m long with 6 lanes. A special feature that attracts people and visitors to Dragon Bridge is the spraying and sprinkler screens that take place weekly at 21:00 on Saturdays and Sundays.”
  • 27 locals recommend
Nature
“An Bang Beach is a beautiful 4km stretch of sand north of its neighbouring beach, Cua Dai. Since the recent erosion at Cua Dai Beach, resulting in the loss of sand and a few businesses, more locals and tourists now flock to An Bang Beach. This hippie-vibe beach village attracts more and more people each year, with its laid-back restaurants, late-night bars, water sport activities and live music. An Bang Beach also caught a lot of media attention in 2016 featuring in CNN’s list of Top 100 Best Beaches in the World.”
  • 28 locals recommend
Entertainment
“Hoi An Ancient Town with light lantern and Japenese bridge, museum and local food in HoiAn such as: Cao Lau noodle , grilled meat , corn sweet soup , crack rice cake with mussel mix”
  • 26 locals recommend
Landmark
“The bridge was opened by Nguyen Phuc Chu Lord in 1719 who carved three Chinese symbols above the door in commemoration. The bridge also features the sculptures of two dogs and two monkeys representing the Chinese years in which many Japanese Emperors were born along with the fact that the building of the bridge began in the year of the dog and was completed in the year of the monkey. The Japanese Covered Bridge underwent renovation work in 1986 which saw the restoration of the arch that was once flattened to make way for cars. Today, the bridge stands as a symbol of Hoi An and remains as aesthetically pleasing as it was when it first opened.”
  • 15 locals recommend
Vietnamese Restaurant
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“Extraordinary Food, Vibrant Taste, Like Aladdin’s food cave down the Alley. Banh Xeo is a Vietnamese pancake and this place has free flow crunchy yellow pancakes filled with pork, shrimp and vegetables, wrapped with rice paper and fresh herbs and leaves. Combined with as many BBQ pork sticks as you can eat. You access the restaurant down an alley of the main road, AND its busy, noisy, if you want peace and quiet this wont be the place for you. You have to make some effort, Eat with your fingers, shout and wave for service and for more food. Its no frills, there will be food and debris on the floor, BUT the food taste is fantastic - textures and tastes abound. And its very inexpensive. One of my favourite meals in Vietnam.”
  • 22 locals recommend
Lodging
“The attractions at BANA HILL : Linh Ung Pagoda ,Ba Na Cable Car ,waterfall , Golden bridge , Amusement , architectural attractions...”
  • 25 locals recommend
Rock Club
“Chosen by most of local young people for live music. The drink is ok. Open until late. ”
  • 7 locals recommend
Vietnamese Restaurant
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“Morning Glory Restaurant serves an array of Central Vietnamese street food and traditional dishes in a stylish setting. The restaurant occupies a refurbished colonial building along Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, featuring an open kitchen downstairs and a breezy terrace that overlooks Hoi An Ancient Town. Highly recommended Hoi An dishes include the seafood mi quang noodles, claypot fish in caramel sauce, and pork-stuffed squid. Morning Glory is also a good dining option for vegetarians – try the stir-fried baby celery and beansprouts, vegetable curry soup, and crunchy tofu coated in young sticky rice.”
  • 14 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Vietnamese Restaurant
“Extraordinary Food, Vibrant Taste, Like Aladdin’s food cave down the Alley. Banh Xeo is a Vietnamese pancake and this place has free flow crunchy yellow pancakes filled with pork, shrimp and vegetables, wrapped with rice paper and fresh herbs and leaves. Combined with as many BBQ pork sticks as you can eat. You access the restaurant down an alley of the main road, AND its busy, noisy, if you want peace and quiet this wont be the place for you. You have to make some effort, Eat with your fingers, shout and wave for service and for more food. Its no frills, there will be food and debris on the floor, BUT the food taste is fantastic - textures and tastes abound. And its very inexpensive. One of my favourite meals in Vietnam.”
  • 22 locals recommend
Rock Club
“Chosen by most of local young people for live music. The drink is ok. Open until late. ”
  • 7 locals recommend
Vietnamese Restaurant
“Morning Glory Restaurant serves an array of Central Vietnamese street food and traditional dishes in a stylish setting. The restaurant occupies a refurbished colonial building along Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, featuring an open kitchen downstairs and a breezy terrace that overlooks Hoi An Ancient Town. Highly recommended Hoi An dishes include the seafood mi quang noodles, claypot fish in caramel sauce, and pork-stuffed squid. Morning Glory is also a good dining option for vegetarians – try the stir-fried baby celery and beansprouts, vegetable curry soup, and crunchy tofu coated in young sticky rice.”
  • 14 locals recommend
Burger Restaurant
“If you're a burger lover, don't miss this signature burger restaurant. Located on the seaside, in the backpacker area. There're some surf shop around as well. ”
  • 11 locals recommend
Pizza Place
“A must try in Danang! The best pizza are Japanese! They are doing theirs own mozzarella di Buffalo!”
  • 8 locals recommend
Sandwich Place
“If you’re a fan of Anthony Bourdain and No Reservations, then this banh mi restaurant may be familiar to you. Featured in the show’s Vietnam episode, Bourdain heard that Bánh mì Phượng had the “best banh mi town” so he ordered one with everything on it. That episode made this place internationally famous so you can never come here without finding a long queue of people waiting to have what Bourdain described as a “symphony of a sandwich”. There’s Anthony’s picture hanging above the OPEN sign.”
  • 17 locals recommend
Restaurant
“It's a small family run restaurant and the lovely owners serve fresh, delicious and authentic Vietnamese cuisine for small prices. It's good for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you can't be wrong coming here. Food-Tip: Pumpkin with Peanuts and Eggplant in Coconut Sauce. Yummy!”
  • 9 locals recommend
Store
“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

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