Top 10 Instagrammable Places In Danang, Vietnam

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Top 7 Instagrammable places in Danang

Danang, a stunning coastal city in Central Vietnam, just a 40-minute drive from the enchanting Hoi An, is a paradise for avid Instagrammers. It offers a plethora of picturesque locations that will surely make your followers green with envy. Here, we share our top spots in the city for capturing those perfect Instagram-worthy moments.

1. Golden Bridge

Visit the new Golden Bridge, a 150-metre-long bridge held by moss-covered hands. Explore the Jardin d’Amour, with nine unique gardens and a big maze. This architectural marvel with giant stone hands and a gold strand is at Bà Nà Hills, 4,600 feet above sea level. You’ll see amazing valley views with the Trường Sơn mountains as a backdrop. It’s a must-visit for breathtaking sights and to take a da nang instagram spots.

Location: Ba Na Hills, Hòa Phú, Hòa Vang Danang, Vietnam

Opening hours:Daily 7 AM to 10 PM

2. My Son Sanctuary
Mỹ Sơn Sanctuary is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with abandoned ruins of the ancient Champa civilization in Vietnam. It features intricate carvings of Hindu gods, and a tour guide can help you understand them. Many ruins were damaged during the war, and there are still visible bomb craters. Often called the Angkor Wat of Vietnam, these overgrown, photogenic ruins are surrounded by mountains, making them both enchanting and historically significant.

3. Marble Mountains
The Marble Mountains are five distinctive limestone mountains in the center of Non Nuoc Jewel village. These mountains, named Water, Plant, Fire, Metal, and Soil, have tunnels, pagodas, and caves to explore. You’ll also get amazing views of the stunning Danang coast, perfect for photos

4. My Khe Beach

My Khe Beach is known for luxury. You can sunbathe, do watersports, and take adventurous Instagram photos. It’s a top beach destination in Vietnam.The main beach is the cleanest and most beautiful. At the end, you’ll find the Linh Ung Pagoda and Monkey Mountain. But even without them, the beach is splendid. If you are looking for a da nang restaurant, then this is the place for you. There are restaurants with fresh seafood and cold beer. You can also enjoy water sports like parasailing and jet skiing.

5. Ba Na Hills SunWorld
Nestled on a mountain, Ba Na Hills is a whimsical French hill station resort where fairy-tale castles, charming courtyards, cobblestone streets, colossal Buddha statues, hidden wine cellars, and Asia’s longest cable car ride beckon adventurers. Amidst stunning natural beauty, it’s a place where breathtaking views are the icing on this enchanting cake.

6. Dragon Bridge

Vietnam’s longest bridge, the Dragon Bridge, stretches 2,185 feet in the shape of a dragon, symbolising power and fortune, according to local beliefs. Every weekend, it dazzles with a show of lights, fire, and water, drawing crowds, including city residents. Grab some ice cream from vendors on the sidewalk and shield your camera from the water spray for a memorable experience for a da nang nightlife girl.

Location: 505 Đ. Trần Hưng Đạo, An Hải Trung, Sơn Trà, Đà Nẵng 550000, Vietnam

7. Linh Ung Pagoda

At the far end of the beach, a majestic 67-metre-tall Lady Buddha gracefully gazes upon Da Nang Bay. She is a guardian for fishermen, ensuring their safe return from the tempestuous seas. The pagoda is a grand structure and the largest in Da Nang, with the gleaming white Lady Buddha visible from a distance.

Location: Vườn Lâm Tỳ Ni, Hoàng Sa, Thọ Quang, Sơn Trà, Đà Nẵng, Vietnam

Opening hours: Daily 6 AM to 9 PM


Since the formation of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Danang has become the third major city in the central region after Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. It has many educational institutions and significant economic sites.


Da Nang was also known as Cửa Hàn, which translates to “mouth of the Han [river].” The French name for Da Nang, Tourane, is believed to have originated from Cửa Hàn through a basic transliteration.

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