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Danang


Situated in central Vietnam, Danang is a wonderful choice for travellers looking to experience a quintessentially Vietnamese city, that’s quickly evolving into a bustling metropolis to rival Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

Surrounded by the magnificent Marble Mountains, Holidays to Danang are full of breathtaking natural scenery, soft golden sands and a wide selection of modern bars and restaurants. There really is a bit of everything here.

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Pullman Danang Beach Resort

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Glistening in the warm glow of the Vietnamese sun, the swimming pool at Pullman Danang Beach Resort is the centre piece for a heavenly holiday. Everything here is immaculate; from the manicured gardens to the silky-soft sands on the private beach....

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Furama Resort Danang

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Beachfront bliss is assured at the award-winning Furama Resort Danang. Featuring lavish five-star facilities and a stunning location, there’s all you need for a romantic retreat on Vietnam’s beautiful coastline. Lay back and relax in the lap of luxury...

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Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa

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Settled on a beautiful stretch of soft-white sand, the Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa offers a little taste of paradise on Vietnam’s sparkling coastline. Blending a contemporary design with local, traditional touches, the hotel has a distinct...

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Fusion Maia Danang

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Combining peace, tranquillity and wellbeing in a stunning beachfront setting, Fusion Maia Danang is the ideal place for a relaxing break in Vietnam. The resort features a stunning collection of pool-villas and a breakfast anytime concept, so you can...

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Centara Sandy Beach Resort Danang

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Set amongst beautifully-manicured, tropical gardens, the incredible Centara Sandy Beach Resort Danang is a splendid choice for both families and couples. Located beside an immaculate beach and crystal clear waters, the complex is the perfect place to...


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Danang Highlights


If you’re looking to experience a more traditional side of the city, the Phap Lam Pagoda is a must see. Alternatively, why not head up into the mountains and discover a range of Buddhist sanctuaries and sacred spaces? It may be a hike but the views across the surrounding areas make it more than worth it.

Danang is also home to Central Vietnam’s largest Cao Dai temple, which has around 50,000 regular worshippers. It’s a beautiful example of old Vietnamese architecture, and is a great place to get some peace and quiet. Just be sure to remember that this is a place of worship, so dress appropriately - cover your legs and shoulders, and remove your shoes before entering.

To learn more about Danang and Vietnamese culture, visit the Museum of Cham Sculpture. Here you can get up close to some fascinating sculptures, some dating back as far as the 5th century.

Sunseekers will be right at home on a holiday to Danang. The city offers a plethora of picturesque beaches, with My Khe being one of the most popular with visitors. Here holidaymakers can relax on a stretch of soft sand or take a dip in the glistening turquoise waters. For a quieter holiday experience during your stay in Danang, head down to Xuan Thieu Beach, where you can witness some of the most spectacular sunsets in Vietnam.

If you’re staying in Danang over the weekend, you have to see the most exciting show in town! The Dragon Bridge spouts fire and water every Saturday and Sunday at 9pm, and is a great show to watch from one of the cafes that line the eastern bank to the north of the bridge.

Danang Weather


Due to its close proximity to the equator, Danang enjoys a tropical climate. This means that year-round hot temperatures are the norm here, but there two distinct seasons - wet and dry. The dry season, which runs from April to August, is widely considered as the best time to visit Danang, as the temperatures are more bearable and there’s a much lesser chance of encountering a tropical monsoon.