About Danang, Vietnam

Danang City (also called Da Nang City) is regarded as the largest center of economy in the middle of Vietnam. It borders with Hue to the north, Quang Nam to the south and west, and the East Sea (also called Bien Dong) to the east.

Ngu Hanh Son
Ngu Hanh Son

The mountain range of Danang City is quite much ranked. Hai Van Pass (Deo Hai Van) is locating in the north; Nam O Beach, Xuan Thieu Beach, Thanh Binh Beach, My Khe Beach, Non Nuoc Beach stretching in the east; Son Tra Peninsula (Ban Dao Son Tra) lying in the east; Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) standing in the south.

Thanks to Hai Van Passes – The enormous shield from the cold wind, Danang does not have the chilly winter. Tropical climate here divides into 2 seasons: the dry and the wet.

Coming to Danang, visitors can enjoy not only the most beautiful scenery, such as Hai Van Passes, Ba Na Mountains (especial in Ba Na Hills), Non Nuoc Beach, Son Tra Peninsula, Suoi Mo (Mo Creek or Dream Creek), but also big and ancient pagodas like Linh Ung, Pho Da, Champa Museum (Bao tang Dieu Khac Champa Danang), and Danang Museum.

Son Tra Peninsila
Son Tra Peninsula

In addition, Da Nang is in the central point of the three well –known world cultural heritages, including Hue Ancient Capital (Co do Hue), Hoi An Ancient Town (Pho co Hoi An) and My Son Holy-land (Thanh Dia My Son). Furthermore, Danang is considered one of the important gateways of the Central Highlands of Vietnam (Tay Nguyen), Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar to the sea and Northeast Asian Nations via the East-West Economic Corridor linking Tien Sa Seaport as an ending point.

Situated in one of the international sea and air routes, Danang City has a very advantageous geographic location and the upgraded and modernized infrastructure for quick and sustainable socioeconomic development.
(Source: Danang Expats, www.danang.gov.vn, www.Skydoor.net )