In the historical process, along with agriculture, Da Nang has also been the homeland of many famous traditional crafts of the region. In the past, these were only minor jobs for certain households in villages.

Jewelry Craft, established in our country for thousands of years, is a type of intangible heritage that parlty enriches and diversifies the treasures of national cultural heritage. Over time, Jewelry Craft became a valuable traditional job but it is at risk of disappearance and needs preserving, especially in the current period

Da Nang is not only blessed by nature for its majestic and charming natural landscapes, but also features unique architectural works that create a distinctive and symbolic feature for this coastal city.

With the aim of effectively exploiting natural mineral hot mineral resources and beautiful landscapes of the hilly and mountainous areas, it promises to be a great tourist destination for both domestic and foreign tourists.

SKY36 Bar is the highest sky bar in Vietnam. The sky bar officially came into operation on last June 27th. It is located at 35th and 36th floor of Novotel Danang Premier Han River Hotel, 36 Bach Dang Street, Hai Chau Distric in Da Nang City.

The Opening Ceremony will take place from 18h00 – 21h00 on 14th June with Flashmob Bikini performance by beautiful bikini models, sea dance, Hawaii dance,…This year, the event also features stars Aki Khoa ...

To reschedule, the International Firework Festival in Da Nang 2019 has published official information about the schedule of matches between representatives of countries. Please update with the following illustrations to get a better overview of DIFF 2019.

Apart from its great beaches and beautiful landscapes, Da Nang boasts the Non Nuoc Stone Carving Village, which is a typical and unique craft village to the south of the city. Situated at the foot of the Marble Mountains in Ngu Hanh Son District’s Hoa Hai Ward, this craft village has a proud history covering more than 200 years.

The Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture was first established in 1915. Over the past 10 years, the museum has confirmed its position as a place to preserve and promote unique cultural heritage in the city in particular, and in Viet Nam in general.

The Da Nang Cathedral, known to the locals as “Nha Tho Con Ga” (Rooster Cathedral) because of its copper rooster weathervane, is located at 156 Tran Phu Street.

Nestled on Hoa Hiep Ward, Lien Chieu District, the Nam O village is well-known for its fish sauce-making. Its product wins the trust of customers both at home and abroad. Established in the early 20th century, Nam O is a small fishing village which is regarded as one of the best producers of this delicious dipping sauce. The Nam O village used to support itself by producing firecrackers until the government imposed a ban on them in 1995.

Just about 8km northeast of Da Nang’s centre, the Tho Quang fishing village in Son Tra District is proud of the solidarity among its local residents. In addition, villagers are honest and live in harmony with nature. They all feel very happy when they bring home bumper catches. All of the village’s men go offshore fishing and their wives help their husbands to take their seafood catches to markets for sale. The villagers depend directly on fishing activities for their livelihood.

But (Buddha) Beach is a beautiful spot on the Son Tra Peninsula, and a must-see place for lovers of ecology. According to legend, in the time of Emperor Minh Mang, local fishermen discovered a statue of the Goddess of Mercy on the beach, and a temple dedicated to the goddess was built on the site. Since then, local residents have enjoyed peaceful and prosperous lives, and the area is known as But (Buddha) Beach.

Da Den (Black Rock) is a beautiful spot on the northern side of Da Nang’s Son Tra Peninsula, and it can be reached by tourist boat from the Han River. It is an ideal place for outdoor activities with relatives and friends. As its name suggests, Da Den features many large black rocks heaped together, which creates beautiful viewing angles. In the nearby waters there is a wide variety of marine creatures such as red snapper, goby, grouper, littorina littorea, scallop, and “vu nang” (her breast) snail which was thought to be only found on the Cu Lao Cham Island off Hoi An.

Da Nang’s Tran Thi Ly Bridge is the fifth bridge up the Han River, about 1 km south of the Rong (Dragon) Bridge. The construction of the 1,709 billion VND bridge began in April 2009, and it was officially opened to traffic on 29 March 2013.