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Choosing the right area for you
Below we'll go into detail describing what might attract you to the different suburbs of Da Nang and what makes them each unique.
Located in the area of Ngu Hanh Son district.
A lot of bars, pubs and restaurants for tourists, expat.
Quite popular with tourists and expat.
It is easy to implement visa extension services, accommodation and motorbike rental.
On the other hand, An Thuong is currently developing very fast, so it is accompanied by construction works, making it a bit noisy here. But not significantly.
An Thuong is very close to the sea, you can only take 5-7 minutes to walk to the nearest beach with white sandy beaches and long blue beaches.
Rent, necessities, food here are a bit more expensive than other places, but if you have time and plan to stay in Vietnam for a long time, you should check out Bac My An market. A market of the locals. And also suitable for exploring a part of indigenous people's identity.
As a city center, Hai Chau District welcomes tourists to explore Danang Cathedral, famous for its pink façade and stained glass windows, as well as artifacts from 7th century Cham Museum. Food, clothing and street snacks are available for sale at the Con Market outdoors. The simple Vietnamese noodles and other local eateries are located next to European restaurants, while the bars serving beer and outdoor cocktails on Bach Dang Street have beautiful views overlooking the Han River.
In addition, Hai Chau is also the administrative center of the city with immigration agencies, embassies and business registration.
The rental of business premises and housing in this district is usually the highest and also the busiest district for locals.
Unlike An Thuong, Hai Chau has very few apartment-style accommodation. Prices are on par with An Thuong.
The lively Son Tra District is surrounded by Man Thai Beach, famous for its walkways, where fishermen often use basket boats to harvest catches of fish caught during the day. On Son Tra Mountain, Ban Co Peak, covered with green trees, opens up the view of the city and the sea, and the Linh Ung Buddhist temple impresses with the giant statue of the Goddess of Mercy. Many gourmets enjoy the seafood-style home-stalls, while others choose street vendors for noodles and pancakes. The bars serving beer and jazz club on the bustling seaside step to enjoy the modern atmosphere, trendy.
Son Tra is often known as a quiet district, close to mountains, near the sea and the price is cheaper than other districts. But along with that, the bars, pubs and restaurants in this district are also less and less diverse than Hai Chau and An Thuong.
Khue My & Nam Viet A
2 new residential areas with lots of newly built apartments.
There is a lot of construction work because it is growing very fast, 80% of the buildings here are apartment buildings, accommodation and hotels. Prices in these two areas are much cheaper than other areas, and the interior of the apartment is also much newer.
Khue My is a bit noisy with construction works but close to the sea.
On the other hand, Nam Viet A is more peaceful and closer to the river, where many indigenous people are concentrated.
Da Nang is a coastal city in central Vietnam known for its sandy beaches and history as a French colonial port. It's a popular base for visiting the inland Bà Nà hills to the west of the city. Here the hillside Hải Vân Pass has views of Da Nang Bay and the Marble Mountains. These 5 limestone outcrops are topped with pagodas and hide caves containing Buddhist shrines.
Da Nang Weather
Da Nang's climate is tropical, and the majority of visitors come Feb–Aug, which is the dry season. Monsoons are possible during the rainy season (Sep–Jan). Popular events include Tết, or Vietnamese New Year (Jan/Feb, dates vary); the riverside International Fireworks Competition (Apr); and the Goddess of Mercy Festival (dates vary), focused on religious rituals and parades.