Must see attractions in Danang Region

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    Dragon Bridge

    This wonderfully wacky bridge takes the form of a ginormous, colour-changing dragon, weaving its way across the Han River. If that wasn't attention…

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    Museum of Cham Sculpture

    This small but important museum contains the world’s largest collection of Cham artefacts, housed in buildings marrying French-colonial architecture with…

  • Danang Cathedral

    Known to locals as Con Ga Church (Rooster Church) because of the weathercock atop the steeple, the candy-pink, photogenic Danang Cathedral was built for…

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    Thuy Son

    Thuy Son is the largest and most famous of the five Marble Mountains, with a number of natural caves in which first Hindu and later Buddhist sanctuaries…

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    My Khe

    Across the Song Han Bridge, My Khe is fast becoming Danang’s easternmost suburb. In the early morning and evening, the beach fills up with city folk doing…

  • Cao Dai Temple

    Central Vietnam's largest Cao Dai temple serves about 50,000 followers. A sign reading van giao nhat ly (all religions have the same reason) hangs before…

  • Phap Lam Pagoda

    This pagoda has three giant Buddha statues in the courtyard, and an equally imposing large gold one in the temple.

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    Chua Linh Ung

    The major man-made draw on the peninsula is Chua Linh Ung, a temple whose name means 'Spirit Responding Temple'. The highlight is a simply colossal statue…

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    Convent of St Paul de Chartres

    You can't enter through the convent gate on the road behind the cathedral, but it's worth taking a look at the church architecture from the outside. The…

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    Ho Chi Minh Museum

    Despite its huge grounds, this museum is typically unenlightening for a site venerating Ho Chi Minh. At the front is a display of the usual US, Soviet and…

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    My An & Non Nuoc

    Much of the central section of Danang Beach has been parceled off for luxury resort developments. The inland side of the coastal road has a scattering of…

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    Many of the tombs of Spanish and French soldiers are below a chapel that’s located behind Tien Sa Port.