Free things to do in Da Nang

Dragon Bridge – Cầu Rồng

Opened to traffic on March 29, 2013, the Dragon Bridge is one of the most iconic elements in Da Nang landscape.

This modern bridge crosses the Han River, providing the shortest road link from the Da Nang International Airport to other main roads in Da Nang city, and a more direct route to My Khe Beachon the eastern edge of the city. The bridge was designed and built in the shape of a dragon and to breathe fire and water each Saturday and Sunday night at 9 pm.

If you are in Da Nang during the weekend, you can’t miss its Fire / Water show.

Linh Ung Pagoda – Lady Buddah

Linh Ung pagoda’s construction began in on June 19th, 2004 lunar, after 6 years of construction, on July 30th, 2010, the pagoda was official inaugurated. The pagoda is considered as a work stamped development footprint of Buddhism in Vietnam in the XXI century and a meeting place of heaven and earth’s sacred air and people’s heart.

This is a must visit spot, not just because of the impressive statue itself, but there is also a magnificent bonsai garden and the view of Da Nang from that perspective is simply breathtaking.

Son Tra Mortorbike loop

This Son Tra Loop is one of the things we always recommend to do if you get a bike while in Da Nang.

There are a couple of entry points to get to the top of the mountain where you will be able to see both sides of Da Nang. At the very top there is also a landscape point where you can stop for a drink and enjoy the magnificent view. There is also an ancient banyan tree at one of the end roads which is impressive too.

Come over to My Casa and Jorge will show you how to properly do the loop.

Explore the local markets

Local markets in Vietnam are a wonderful place to discover amazing street food and luscious snacks that fancy restaurants or dining halls can’t offer.

Guarantee there will be interesting sights for you to take some good photos. It’ll be a unique shot like nowhere else in your travel destinations. Colourful and diverse fruits, vegetables, souvenirs will make a memorable photo. The busy scene at local markets in Vietnam will surely be a memory you want to save because you are less likely to see something like this anywhere else.

The ones we recommend you to visit are: Cho Con in 225 Ông Ích Khiêm, Cho Han in 119 Đ. Trần Phú and the Night Market just at the head of the Dragon Bridge in Mai Hắc Đế.