Travel to Danang Vietnam, you should know

Danang travel tips
Read on for the list of the most favorite things to do in Danang, all of which are well-worth trying during your holiday. for more information about Danang, you can click: Mango cruise mekong
Danang travel tips

Danang travel tips- source: internet

Taken on a jungle trail to ornate pagodas, traditional villages and iconic war remnants along the way, you will get addicted to Danang off-road tours. You will be chartered via 4WD or jeep towards Marble Mountain, which houses Buddhist temples, limestone caves and rare wildlife species. Together with plenty of surf and stand-up paddling classes available for inexperienced travelers, Non Nuoc Beach and My Khe Beach are popular spots for a large number of recreational activities. Guided by experienced English-speaking trainers, these lessons will take you around 2 hours and be inclusive of rash vests and soft surfboards. Guided by an experience English-speaking trainer and cook, you will be taught how to cook authentic Danang dishes such as my Quang, cao lau, banh xeo and tuna braised in claypot. Saigon to phnom penh by boat

enjoy snail in Danang

enjoy snail in Danang- source: internet

Alternatively, you can also enjoy service at standalone Danang spa centers which are scattered throughout the center of the city – Queen Spa, Sense Spa and Charm Spa should be some of your favorite (and budget-friendly) outlets.

Hai Van pass also houses Hai Van Tunnel (the longest in ASEAN), the ancient Tran Dynasty’s Hai Van Gate, a decrepit French-built fort which was later used as a bunker by South Vietnamese and US armies during the Vietnam War and wartime gun towers.

enjoy food in Danang

enjoy food in Danang- source: internet

if you’re travelling between the months of September and March, expect uphill slopes and rainy weather with an average temperature of 17°C. Driving licenses are legally required and before this trip, do check your insurance to see whether you are covered or not. If not, go at your own risk!

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