How many days in Da Nang is sufficient?
Here are the suggestions for 1, 2, and 3 days in Da Nang with a sample itinerary.
How many days to spend in Da Nang
Most of us, before traveling, ask that question.
Although it depends on your schedule, in my opinion, you should stay in Da Nang for at least three days to have a glimpse of the city.
Da Nang Itinerary
I’d suggest choosing an early flight to Da Nang, so you can arrive there in the morning and spend most of your day.
Visiting Son Tra peninsula
After arriving in Da Nang and checking in at your hotel, you can start your trip to the Son Tra peninsula.
Linh Ung Pagoda is are famous attractions that you should not miss.
Linh Ung Pagoda has an altitude of nearly 700m, facing the sea and having the back as a vast primeval forest.
Visiting this pagoda, you should not forget the 67m high statue of Bodhisattva to pray for peace and good luck for the family.
You will see the multi-heritage tree from Linh Ung Pagoda to the North of Son Tra Peninsula. This banyan tree is over 1,000 years old, 26m high, and has about 26 large groomsmen.
Moving up, you will reach Ban Co Peak, which is an ideal place to enjoy the panoramic view of Da Nang.
My Khe Beach
After the Son Tra peninsula trip, relaxing on My Khe beach sounds like a great idea.
At night, don’t forget to check out the eateries in the city. I love the food in Da Nang. They’re tasty and cheap!
Day 2 – Ba Na Hills
Visiting Da Nang without a trip to Ba Na Hills is a huge miss.
Ba Na Hills is a famous amusement park in Vietnam thanks to its unique icon – the Golden bridge.
When visiting Ba Na Hills, one of my favorite experiences is sitting in the cable car and enjoying the scenery. The mountains among the fog create a beautiful landscape picture.
Furthermore, the flower gardens and French village will spoil you with unforgettable life photos and memories. The wine cellar is also the highlight of this amusement park.
You can also try riding the mountain train and playing free games in the 3-story Game zone.
Da Nang Cham Museum
On the last day, you should visit the Da Nang Cham Museum and go shopping in the bustling Han market.
You’ll get a chance to learn about Cham culture through valuable preserved images, documents, artifacts, and displays.
More days in Da Nang
If you have more days in Da Nang, don’t miss the Ngu Hanh Son and Hoi An trip. Although you can visit these sites in one day, a separate trip to Hoi An would be better.