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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”
  • Door 54 locals aangeraden
Market
“Opposite The Vietnam Hostel - just 30s to reach the most famous market in Danang City.”
  • Door 46 locals aangeraden
Shopping Mall
“This is the best place for shopping in Da Nang in term of high quality products and convenient location for tourism”
  • Door 33 locals aangeraden
Market
“Another local cuisinary market where travellers could find many variety of local foods; take away snack or handcrafted products at bargaining price at the same time enjoying the view and the street like Asian local market”
  • Door 32 locals aangeraden
Bookstore
“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. ”
  • Door 24 locals aangeraden
Amusement Park
“Full of outdoor and indoor play areas. The culinary street in the evening has many delicious and varied dishes.”
  • Door 22 locals aangeraden
Brug
“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.”
  • Door 27 locals aangeraden
Pub
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“If you prefer a loud music with crowd pub, that's the one. Open until late. A bit touristy tho ”
  • Door 16 locals aangeraden
Vietnamese Restaurant
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“#Vietnamese crepe #23 Hoàng Diệu street , Hải Châu district Bánh xèo (literally translated to “sizzling cake”) is a Vietnamese-style crepe (or some call it a “pancake”) indigenous to Da Nang‘s region, Quang Nam province in Central Vietnam. Savory, crispy, crunchy, herby, meaty goodness…all wrapped up to your liking in a beautiful little rice paper roll. The actual “crepe” is simply made with rice flour, water and turmeric, then cooked on a piping hot pan until it turns a gorgeous bright yellowy-gold, then filled with a variety of shrimp, pork and sprouts.”
  • Door 23 locals aangeraden
Koffiebar
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“Designed with a traditional old style. Very famous with coconut coffee, you should try this kind of coffee when you go there. ”
  • Door 23 locals aangeraden
Rock Club
“Chosen by most of local young people for live music. The drink is ok. Open until late. ”
  • Door 9 locals aangeraden
Nightclub
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“DnD Beer Garden - Drink not Drunk Beer Garden OQ Pub & Lounge - Oriental Queen Pub & Lounge”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
Pizzatent
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“A must try in Danang! The best pizza are Japanese! They are doing theirs own mozzarella di Buffalo!”
  • Door 9 locals aangeraden
Church
“Da Nang Cathedral was built by French priest Louis Vallet in 1923, with a pink-painted edifice that earns its reputation as one of the most unique catholic churches in Vietnam. Standing at 70 metres, it’s also known as Con Ga Church (Rooster Church) due to the imposing bell tower that’s topped with a rooster weathercock. The church features a simple interior design of engraved motifs, rhombic-shaped arches, medieval-style stained glass windows of various saints, and statues depicting events from the Holy Bible. There’s also a grotto of the Blessed Virgin Mary set behind Da Nang Cathedral, which is a replica of the Lourdes Grotto in France. As the only church in Da Nang, it serves the local Catholic community of over 4000 parishioners to this very day. Services are held in different languages daily, with English-spoken sermons on Sundays at 9:00. If you’re looking to visit this church for Mass, make sure to head there early due to limited seats. Entrance to Da Nang Cathedral is also free of charge. The cathedral is located along Tran Phu Street, about a 15-minute walk from the iconic Dragon River Bridge. Aside from its impressive Gothic-style architectural structure and quiet surroundings, Da Nang Cathedral is great for escaping the bustling city centre as its high tower offers a stunning view of the city, Han River, and verdant mountains.”
  • Door 19 locals aangeraden
General Entertainment
“5 mins by taxi/ bike to Helio Recreation Center. It is an Entertainment complex and the largest night market in Da Nang. A lot of local food, night market, games, live music every night. I think this is one of a good place you should take a look and enjoy with your friends, partner and family. ”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
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.”
  • Door 12 locals aangeraden

Toprestaurants

Vietnamese Restaurant
“#Vietnamese crepe #23 Hoàng Diệu street , Hải Châu district Bánh xèo (literally translated to “sizzling cake”) is a Vietnamese-style crepe (or some call it a “pancake”) indigenous to Da Nang‘s region, Quang Nam province in Central Vietnam. Savory, crispy, crunchy, herby, meaty goodness…all wrapped up to your liking in a beautiful little rice paper roll. The actual “crepe” is simply made with rice flour, water and turmeric, then cooked on a piping hot pan until it turns a gorgeous bright yellowy-gold, then filled with a variety of shrimp, pork and sprouts.”
  • Door 23 locals aangeraden
Rock Club
“Chosen by most of local young people for live music. The drink is ok. Open until late. ”
  • Door 9 locals aangeraden
Pizzatent
“A must try in Danang! The best pizza are Japanese! They are doing theirs own mozzarella di Buffalo!”
  • Door 9 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“With a diverse menu of savoury dishes and specialties of Da Nang, Tran Cuisine Restaurant is ideal for lunch. From very simple dishes to complex central cuisine, you will find a variety of options. We suggest you order a nice spread and eat family style. ”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Known as a "mini Hoi An by Han River," Madame Lan distinguishes itself from other Da Nang establishments with an architecture reminiscent of Hoi An's Ancient Town. Its menu covers almost 300 authentic vietnamese dishes, giving you tons of options, all at a very reasonable price. We recommend a steaming bowl of Bun Bo Hue and a cup of milk coffee to start your day. ”
  • Door 18 locals aangeraden
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 ”
  • Door 1 locals aangeraden
Bar
“This is a soft pub with live music at weekends. Many options for a drink and great instrument music. Some choice of Vietnamese food and Western food with River View”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
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”
  • Door 4 locals aangeraden

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