FAMOUS FAMILY-FRIENDLY ATTRACTIONS YOU CAN REACHED BY BUS
Since Danang is well-known as on of the cleanest cities in the world and the most livable city in Vietnam, it is indeed a destination that you simply cannot afford to miss. Dovetailed with romantic Han River, featured with the seductive My Khe Beach, and backed by Ba Na Mountain, Da Nang is blessed to be the tourist capital of South Central Vietnam. Attractions such as Hai Van Mountain Range, tropical rain forest on Son Tra Peninsula, Ngu Hanh Son Mountain and Fantasy Park are all must-go places in Da Nang. With dozens of beautiful destinations, making a must-go attraction list for your family trip to Danang can be a very time-consuming work. Thus we would like to introduce you several family-friendly attractions which you can reached by bus.
1. MOST BEAUTIFUL BEACH ON THE WORLD – PHAM VAN DONG BEACH & MY KHE BEACH
How to get there: line 12
Working hour: all day
Pham Van Dong beach and My Khe Beach boasts a 20-mile stretch of white sand that’s approximately 6 km east of Da Nang. Named by the American troops who visited during the Vietnam War, it is considered to be one of Vietnam's most picturesque beaches. Hosting a number of high-end resorts and seafood restaurants, My Khe Beach is also a popular spot for sunbathing, fishing, snorkeling, jet-skiing, and surfing. Visitors can also check out World Heritage Sites such as Hoi An Ancient Town, Hue Imperial City, and Phong Nha Caves, all of which are easily accessible via bus
Breath-taking sunset on Pham Van Dong beach (@Google)
2. FOODS, SOUVENIRS & ASIAN MARKET – CON MARKET & HAN MARKET
How to get there: TMF line, line 12 (to Con market)
Fare: TMF (Free until 30/6/2018), line 12 (5.000vnd/turn)
Working hour: 5.30 AM to 17.30 PM
Cho Con (Con market) at 318 Ong Ich Khiem St. in Hai Chau Distric, Danang City is a Prominent shopping venue in Danang city centre where you can find over 2000 stalls selling an array of handicrafts, apparel and accessories at wholesale prices. Also known as Danang commercial centre, it is widely regarded as the coastal city’s largest and busiest wholesale shopping venue.
The market was first established in the 1940s on a hillock at the centre of the city. At that time, it was a perfect trading venue for the many traders from the city and the rural districts of Dai Loc, Que Son and Thang Binh in Quang Nam Province. The traders sold their locally-grown agricultural products, mainly fresh vegetables and poultry. Con market offers various types of goods, from the requisite items to high-grade ones. Despite of not being a night market, this place is always busy even in the evening
Whereas, Han Marketn (Cho Han) is located in the heart of Da Nang city and offers 28,000 square metres of noisy shopping opportunities. Though Han Market is easily accessible, it’s not for the fainthearted or those looking for olfactory pleasure
Food corner in Con market (@Tran Viet Anh)
Han market is always crowded (@Danang Fantastic city)
3. AMUSEMENT PARK – ASIAN PARK, HELIO
How to get there: line 11
Fare: 5.000 vnd/turn
Working hour: 5:30 AM to 21:00 PM
The Amusement Park of Asia Park brings together a complete package of rides, attractions, shows, restaurants and retail to allow for a wonderful evening out. Popular attractions such as four roller coasters, several attractions for children as well as high-speed thrill rides are available and a Monorail encircles the park area.
The Cultural park allows guests to enjoy the historical architecture, performing arts and wonderful cuisines of ten Asian countries including Japan, Indonesia, Singapore, South Korea, India, Nepal, Thailand, Cambodia, China and Vietnam. Each country is represented with fascinating landscaped gardens, as well as interpretations of historic or natural landmarks
Asia Park (@Google)
4. UNMISSABLE STREET – BACH DANG ST.
How to get there: TMF line
Fare: TMF (Free until 30/6/2018)
That is the reason why Bach Dang Street still has many old French architectures like Champa Graving Museum and the City Library. Formerly, the road was called “Quai Courbet” which means the riverside road, but in 1956 its name was changed to Bach Dang Street and that name has been remained until today. The road has only one direction that runs along Han Rivers with the large sidewalk for the people to witness the magnificent scenery of the river and the city on the other side. Also, from 7 pm every day, the road turns to be a walking street with the appearance of many services and attraction like shopping areas, entertainment areas and traditional culture areas.
Bach Dang st. where most night activities take place (@Google)