Home to the world’s largest collection of Cham sculpture and artwork, this museum is one of Da Nang’s leading attractions. The Cham Museum was constructed in the ancient Champa architecture style, with a series of elegant building adorned with decorative patterns. Founded in 1915 by the École Française d’Extrême Orient, it now offers a collection of ancient sculptures and artifacts, most of which are made from sandstone and terracotta.

Situated on a turtle-shaped hill on the in Son Tra Peninsula, overlooking to the East Sea, Linh Ung Pagoda is one of Da Nang’s most sought-after attractions. Thelargest pagoda in Da Nang, this serene and spiritual landmark also features the Guan Yin statue, which towers 67 meters - the equivalent of a 30-story building - and overlooks the sea. Within the statue there are 17 different levels, each of which features an altar with several smaller Buddha statues. 

Only 8km from the hotel, Marble Mountain is easily accessible by bicycle, car or motorbike. The mountain actually comprises a cluster of five marble outcrops, each of which is said to represent one of five elements: earth, water, fire, metal and wood. The summit of Marble Mountain offers spectacular views of Da Nang and the surrounding landscape.

While the Son Tra Peninsula is connected to Da Nang, it feels a world away from the bustling city streets. With long, white sandy beaches, picturesque landscapes and primeval forests, Son Tra Peninsula is the perfectplace to get away from it all. 

One of Da Nang’s modern attractions, Asia Park is a huge new theme park focusing on Asian culture.Covering 88 hectares, close to Tuyen Son Bridge and the Helio Center, Asia Park showcases replicas of famous architectural works and landscapes from nine Asian countries: Japan, India, Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand, South Korea, China, Nepal and Vietnam.

Han Market, which is located in the heart of Da Nang city, provides 28,000m² of stalls and shops selling all types of produce, from fresh seafood to local handicrafts. Opened in the early 1940s, the market was named after the Han River. 

Hoi An is a charming ancient town set on the banks of the Thu Bon River. The town remains a trading port, just as it was from the 15th to 19th centuries when it thrived in the spice trade. The architecture of the city reflects the city’s wide variety of cultural influences, including Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese and French, all of whom traded in Hoi An.

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