Private dinner on the beach - Intercontinental Hotel Da Nang

Looking for the best restaurants in Danang? We got you covered! If you’re a first time traveler to Danang, it might be a confusing in the beginning because there’s so many options here! And it’s more stressful if you only have a limited amount of time – then you’ll want to go to the best

One of the most popular routes to travel in Vietnam is to either go from north and end in the south, or the other way around. I started my journey in Hanoi and went all the way to Vietnam’s biggest city Ho Chi Minh. Here are a few of the pit stops I think you

Recently, the beautiful Golden Bridge in Ba Na Hills of Vietnam has gone viral online when it was first opened to the public in June. Because of this, the bridge has become one of the most popular destinations in Vietnam and everyone just seems to want to see it now. If you’re one of those

Da Nang is one of the most underrated places in Vietnam. Most people only knows about it because they land in Da Nang Airport to go to Hoi An (or Hue), or they stop here for a night to rest before going further south. But Da Nang should be more than a pitstop: it is

A view of My Khe beach in Da Nang city, Vietnam

Da Nang is the perfect city to visit for those who are looking to have great fun in a city environment without the “big city” hassle. The city was first made famous to Americans during the Vietnam War by a big American military presence and the popular TV series “China Beach.” Da Nang is a

Ba Na Hills Mountain Resort in Da Nang city

Ba Na Hill Station is a hill station and resort located in central Vietnam, near Da Nang. Originally founded by French colonists in 1919, the resort still retains many French remnants. Considered the “Da Lat of the Da Nang province”, Ba Na Hills has a cool climate and beautiful countrysides. A very popular holiday destination

A view of Da Nang city by night

Halfway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh, you’ll find the coastal city of Da Nang. The city is well known for its sandy beaches, coffee culture and beautiful landscape. Originally a French colonial port, you’ll see French remnants in the architecture throughout the city. Some travellers decide to skip Da Nang due to its close