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Look no further, these are the places to visit in Da Nang!
We stayed almost two weeks in Da Nang, simply because it was very easy to fit in with the locals and we had plenty of options for day trips, nature, beaches and a great selection of food!
Da Nang is one of the biggest cities on the east coast also called the city of bridges.
The city is divided into smaller areas, so you can simply choose what you are in the mood for.
Around the area My
Most of our breakfast and lunch were enjoyed this wonderful restaurant Roots!
Owned by a lovely Japanese guy who most recently started Roots and his bar Wanderlust which is located next to each other.
It is not the quickest service but the food and drinks are made with love from all of the best and most fresh ingredients. We tried everything from the menu to be honest and we did not have any complaints, neither about the prices – all worth it.
Tacos in Vietnam that taste good? Oh yeah!
This lovely little fusion kitchen has managed to find the perfect combination of fresh Asian toppings with the best from the Mexican tacos.
You can check out the menu on the pictures below – again, we eat here 3 times and tried all combinations. Every month they announce the “king or queen” who eat most Tacos in 1 sitting, the record is 20 tacos! Beat it and your picture goes on the wall.
Bao An Macrobiotic
This small vegan
“We are all natural mother’s children, love her mother and let her embrace and cover me”Motto of Bao An’s house.
The food is so fresh and the ingredients and combinations magnificent!
Da Nang to Hue by train
One of the most spectacular experiences we had in Vietnam was taking the train 3 hours north to the old ancient temple capital Hue.
You can see a video, pictures and read more about this train ride at this link.
You cannot miss this massive bridge in the middle of Da Nang!
It was built in 2009 runs across River Hàn and is a very important landmark for the
Every Saturday and Sunday this
Lady Buddha and Monkey Mountain
At the end of the beautiful My Khe beach, you find a small national park.
Watching over Da Nang is the largest Buddha statue in all of Vietnam with a height of 67 meters.
Besides the tall beautiful lady Buddha statue, there are a few old temples which are all worth the trip. You can easily get a Grab to the statue and there is no entrance fee, so the trip is for free!
We suddenly saw a few monkeys coming down from the trees, unfortunately, because they were used to getting feet from the tourist arriving at the lady
The bridge is 150 meters long and located in Ba Na Hills not far fra Da Nang.
You have for sure seen this pictures on Instagram with
You can check out prices at this link
If you are traveling in Vietnam you cannot miss the Sun World, the entertainment brand of Sun Group. They have commercials everywhere and in Da
But if you like amusement parks or a romantic ride in a gigantic Ferris wheel, you should definitely check it out!