Photos of Da Nang

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First published 27th October, 2008

Da Nang is best known for the outstanding Cham Museum that can be found in the southern reaches of town and few visitors see much more of the city than that -- afterall, the tourist mecca Hoi An sits just an hour south of town. While the museum is a monument to the region's history and an excellent primer for those planning on a visit to My Son, there is far more to Da Nang and for those with time on their hands, it's more than worth a night. Following are some photos of Da Nang, My Khe Beach and the Marble Mountains -- hopefully they'll have you pencilling in a night -- or two. Enjoy.


Photo of chillis in Da Nang, Vietnam

Banh my stall in Da Nang, Vietnam   Ca Phe line-up, Da Nang, Vietnam

Marble Mountain detail, Da Nang, Vietnam

Light steams into the caves of the Marble Mountains, Da Nang, Vietnam   Light filtering through the forest on the Marble Mountains, Da Nang, Vietnam

The riverside of Da Nang is a mix of fishing boats and pastel mini hotels

Scraping back a fishing boat on My Khe Beach, Da Nang, Vietnam      Cao Dai temple, Da Nang, Vietnam

Photo of tools of war at the Ho Chi Minh Museum in Da Nang, Vietnam




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  • Hey nice photos! Hopefully this is a new feature of travelfish, as it's great to get a glimpse of where we might be heading to help whet the appetite.
    Top work!

    Posted by Dongphuvieng on 31st October, 2008

  • I love this idea! The photos are beautiful and a great supplement to Travelfish's ever reliable and comprehensive guides.

    Posted by Stacy on 1st November, 2008

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