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Da Nang is the largest city on the South Central Coast of Vietnam. As a major port city, Da Nang sits along the Eastern Sea, and it continues to grow as an economic centre. During your visit to this region, visit the Museum of Cham Sculpture, which holds the world’s largest collection of Cham artefacts. Enjoy traditional Vietnamese cuisine, venture to the largest Cao Dai temple in Central Vietnam, and experience some peace and quiet at the local Linh Ung Buddhist Temple. Hungry? Sample the cha bo or slurp on some fish cake noodles.
Da Nang is also a great base for day trips to Nui Son Tra, the mountain at the end of the peninsula that earned the nickname Monkey Mountain for good reason. The five Marble Mountains lie to the southwest, along with China Beach, which are all great places to explore and soak up the scenery. Book your flights to Da Nang to get to know this fascinating city.
The period between April and May is the sweet spot to visit. Warm, but not hot, the temperatures have yet to peak. It’s considered a dry and sunny time of year with little to no rain.Shoulder Season:
May through August is when the temperatures start to rise, often exceeding 25 degrees Celsius before noon. This period also sees random, scattered rainstorms, but they usually don’t last long. As long as you pack breathable clothing and an umbrella, this is still considered a pleasant time to visit.Off Season:
September to January is the wettest time of the year because it’s rainy season. This time of year also has the coolest temperatures. You’ll likely find some of the cheapest rates on Da Nang flights and hotels at this time, so pack some rain gear and score some deals.
Distance: 2 km south of city centre
DAD is the third busiest airport in the country. Once your flight lands at the terminal, you have several transportation options. Taxis in Da Nang are inexpensive options, but you may have to haggle on the price. You can also hire a private transfer to pick you up, or contact your hotel to see if they offer airport shuttles. If you’re using Da Nang as a jumping-off point to destinations like Hoi An or Hue, hop on the train, which features beautiful views of the coast line.
For travel tips, events, and safety information, check out the official website for Da Nang tourism and start planning your next trip. Also keep in mind that the weather can vary in this part of town, so visit the National Centre for Hydro- Meteorological Forecasting website for the most current weather updates.
*Based on averages savings on all package bookings made on Expedia.com.au in the period 1 Jan 2017 -30 Jun 2017. Rates & savings subject to selections made and not available on all packages.