This museum boasts of the extensive collection of Cham artefacts. Found in 1915 by ÉcoleFrançaised’Extrême Orient, this museum is the perfect marriage of French architecture (its location) and Cham artefacts. Among the breathtaking collection are altars, lingas, garudas, aphsaras, Ganeshas, and images of Lord Vishnu, Shiva and Brahma. Treasures from My Son, Dong Duong, TraKieu, Khuong My and other sites form an integral part of this impressive collection. There are contemporary Cham pieces of art on display, including pictures of the Cham New Year (Kate festival).
This candy pink cathedral was built during the French regime for the resident French people in 1923. The locals call it, “ConGa church” (Rooster church) because of the weather-cock on top of the steeple. Today it serves 4000 strong Catholic community.
This stream was constructed by floating stones with waterfall throughout the day. NgamDoi, which means “Sky scenes”, was simply named because it has two streams flowing together before emptying themselves in the Lo Dong River. For thousands of years, this has been a sight of exquisite waterfalls. Visitors are just as likely to lose all sense of the outside world because of its beauty, as they would have had if they embarked on an inter-galactic trip.
Originating from the TruongSonMountains and nestled at the heart of Lo Dong River, this spectacle has long been a major tourist attraction of Danang. The streams, the mountains, the waterfalls and the beautiful flora has justified why it’s a tourists’ favourite.
Located between the MarbleMountains and Son Tra, this is the first main beach you’ll come across. Serene and bereft of the suffocating crowd that one usually associates with sea beaches, this is the perfect get-away destination if you’re looking to sunbathe in absolute peace.
A far-cry from the usual picture of a sea beach that flashes your mind. There is no bustling beach here, practically no tourists, only a few local fishermen plying their trade. So go ahead, soak in the serenity which is in abundance.
This is a special type of noodles that hails from the Quangnam province and has become an integral part of Danang’s Gastronomic Culture.
Traditionally known as “Banhbeo”, this spiced cake has a unique taste and aroma that is traditional in Da nang. Locals can be seen buying this cake in the wee hours of the day (dawn), what has become a sort of staple in the locals’ diet.