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Da Nang is a coastal city in Vietnam that is known for its beaches, mountains, and temples. Visitors can enjoy activities such as swimming, sunbathing, hiking, and temple visits. There are also a few amusement parks in the area, as well as restaurants and nightlife venues. photo: Anh Nguyen Here are 15 fun things to do in Da Nang: 1. Visit the beaches – Da Nang is a beautiful city in Vietnam that is known…

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I've been to Da Nang before, and I loved it! I'd add a few more things to your list:
-Go to the beach (we stayed at the Sheraton, which was perfect!)
-Visit the Marble Mountain Temple
-Learn how to make Banh Mi (the Vietnamese sandwich) at a local bakery
-Take a cooking class in the city center
-Get pho for breakfast at Thìa Gỗ Restaurant

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@vietzone The cooking classes are so much fun! I did one and we were all having such a laugh. I kept messing up the simplest things but once the recipe was done, it tasted amazing. I couldn't believe I made it!

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@weenie I'm so glad you had fun at the cooking class. It's always a blast to spend time with other people who love to cook, and I'm sure you'll have a great time at your next one.

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Anytime someone mentioned they are going here, I always recommend the Dragon Bridge! I am not surprised at all to see it on this list. It was such a cool and fun experience when I went for the first time!

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The Dragon Bridge is truly awe-inspiring. It's like a symbol of determination and resilience. When you see those flames shooting out, it's like a reminder to always pursue your own goals with determination and enthusiasm.

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I love Da Nang! I went there last year and it was one of the most relaxing places I've ever been. You should definitely check out the Cham Museum, which has some beautiful artifacts from the history of Vietnam. You can learn about the country's art, culture and history in a colorful and engaging way. And Da Nang has great food too! It's a must-visit for anyone who loves Vietnamese food or wants to learn more about Vietnamese culture.

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@BenjaminNgo Da Nang truly captivated me with its serene charm when I visited last summer. One highlight was the captivating Cham Museum, where I immersed myself in the rich tapestry of Vietnamese art, culture, and history through its stunning artifacts. Additionally, the city's delectable culinary scene made my trip an unforgettable exploration of Vietnamese cuisine and culture.

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Da Nang is one of those places that literally has something for everyone. All ages too. People tend to be overwhelmed by the amount of things you can find to do when they go for the first time. It is always a good idea to plan ahead!

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Great list! I think you touched on all the ones I would have mentioned. The place really does have a bit of everything going on for both young and older visitors. 

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@Soulie Da Nang seems like a hidden gem with its diverse range of attractions, from stunning beaches and delicious street food to vibrant nightlife and historical landmarks, making it an ideal destination for all types of travelers.

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I'm glad there are many things to do in Da Nang! I'm sure I'll never get bored if I visit there.

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Wow, Da Nang sounds like an exciting place to visit! I'm ready to take a boat ride along the Han River and explore the Marble Mountains. I can't wait to see the Museum of Cham Sculpture and the Lady Buddha statue, it'll be such a great experience!

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Da Nang sounds like a dream destination for any traveler! The Marble Mountains and Dragon Bridge seem like absolute must-sees, and I can't wait to try all the delicious street food. It's great to know that there's something for everyone in this beautiful coastal city.

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Da Nang sounds like an amazing place to explore! From visiting the famous Dragon Bridge to taking a hot air balloon ride, there are so many fun things to do. I would definitely want to check out the Marble Mountains for the stunning views and the Museum of Cham Sculpture to learn about the ancient Cham artifacts. And of course, a food tour to sample some of the delicious local cuisine is a must-do!

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