My Son Sanctuary – an UNESCO World Heritage Centre in Da Nang

My Son Sanctuary – an UNESCO World Heritage Centre in Da Nang

My Son Sanctuary is located in Duy Phu commune, Duy Xuyen district, Quang Nam province, about 69 km from Da Nang city and near the ancient citadel of Tra Kieu, including many Cham temples in a valley about 2 km...
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Linh Ung pagoda in Bai But – Son Tra, an attractive tourist site in Da Nang

Linh Ung pagoda in Bai But – Son Tra, an attractive tourist site in Da Nang

Linh Ung Pagoda was built in a perfect harmony between modern and traditional features typical of a Vietnamese pagoda, hence it has become an attractive tourist site in the beautiful coastal city of Da Nang.   Legend: People in Son...
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My Khe Beach in Da Nang, one of ten Asia’s best beach

My Khe Beach in Da Nang, one of ten Asia’s best beach

My Khe was voted by American Business Magazine Forbes as one of the six most charming beaches on the planet, My Khe beach attracts thousands of people every year.The Australian magazine, Sunday Herald Sun, also ranked My Khe in the...
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Han River Bridge – the location of Da Nang’s cultural center

Han River Bridge – the location of Da Nang’s cultural center

Han River bridge is a bridge in Da Nang, Vietnam. In the middle of the night, traffic is stopped from crossing the Song Han Bridge and it swings on its axis to allow shipping traffic to pass along the river....
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Dragon Bridge in Da Nang the modern bridge crosses the Han River

Dragon Bridge in Da Nang the modern bridge crosses the Han River

Dragon Bridge is 666m long, 37.5m wide and has six lanes for traffic. It opened to traffic on March 29, 2013, at a cost of nearly VND 1.5 trillion dong (US$88m). The bridge was designed by the US-based Ammann &...
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Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) in Da Nang, Viet Nam

Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) in Da Nang, Viet Nam

Marble Mountains is a cluster of five marble and limestone hills located in Ngũ Hành Sơn District, south of Da Nang city in Vietnam. The five mountains are named after the five elements: Kim (metal), Thuy (water), Moc (wood), Hoa...
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