Visiting Da Nang, we do not have to spend much effort or time to visit the nearby famous tourists attractions. We can ride the bike to head to Hoi An, or can take the bus to go to Lang Co for sightseeing, or go straight ahead to Hue to enjoy the taste of an ancient capital. The distance from Danang to My Son (Mỹ Sơn) Sanctuary is not far that allows you to depart almost right instantly. For those tourists who love the feelings of adventure, driving the motorbike on the Hai Van (Hải Vân) Pass will surely be an ecstatic experience because the spectacular, majestic of Vietnam will appear to the fullest when you drive across this pass.
SON TRA MOUTAIN
Son Tra was recognised in 1997 as a natural reserve and the habitat of more than 100 species of fauna, including a number of rare animals, most famously the red shanked douc great motorbike trek is available out of Da Nang encompassing the entire area. It’s about 40 kilometres in total and it takes you across a road that crests 16 kilometres across the top of the Son Tra mountains.
LAP AN LAGOON
Lap An Lagoon has another name is An Cu Lagoon located near the highway 1A axis, passing through Lang Co town, Phu Loc district on the road connecting Danang to Hue.
The lagoon is very beautiful with the location at the foot of Phu Gia Pass. Surrounding the lagoon is the majestic Bach Ma Mountain, in front of the lagoon is Lang Co Bay with turquoise water color.
When it is sunset, Lap An Lagoon is covered by the sun shines. Lap An is a brackish lagoon with beautiful poetic scenes in the large lagoon system of Hue city.
HAI VAN PASS
The Hai Van Pass: 19 kilometres of roadway that winds up and over a fortress of mountains, connecting Da Nang with the town of Lang Co in Hue province. Popularised by the BBC TV programme Top Gear, travellers armed with selfie sticks now come in droves to tackle the route and soak in breathtaking views of the mountain and coast.
Hoi An Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site.