Start your day off with an early morning stroll down My Khe Beach to catch the sunrise. Sun rises in Danang around 6am.
Spend the morning with a trip to Marble Mountain. Get ready for a workout, explore caves and climb up peaks to experience some scenic views of Danang. WorldRoamer® Tip: Snap this picture perfect view by the elevator near exit 2!
After lunch, take a stroll along the infamous dragon bridge. We hear the dragon actually spits fire on weekends in the evenings.
Hiking and climing at Marble Mountains, you should have worked up an appetite. Stop by Bep Hun for lunch. We were totally distracted by the vintage pieces all over the restaurant. Bep Hun serves home-cooked Vietnamese fare. Remember to eat while you are busy instagramming!
Address: Thanh Khê,, 373 Điện Biên Phủ, Q. Thanh Khê, Đà Nẵng, Vietnam
Six on Six
Visit a little hideaway cafe, Six on Six for an afternoon coffee. If you are still hungry, they serve great snacks, we recommend the burrito, else have a cup of coffee. The cafe specialises wiin Australian coffe. Look out for the little pet dog that comes around to greet every customer.
Address: 6/6 Chế Lan Viên, Bắc Mỹ An, Ngũ Hành Sơn, Đà Nẵng
Day 2: Start the day early by taking an early morning drive up to My Son to see the ruins.
My Son - Dancing Girls
At My Son, performances are ongoing. Enjoy some traditional music and dance performances as you move between the various areas within the My Son ruins.
Little Calve Restaurant
Next Stop: Danang's longest standing veal wrap restaurant. It's a local favourite. We were told the store sells at least 5-10 calves daily.
Address: QL1A cũ (gần cầu Câu Lâu cũ), Điện Phương, Điện Bàn, Quảng Nam, Vietnam
Hoi An River
After lunch, head off to Hoi An. Explore the old town there as well as visit the many attractions.
Hoi An Boats
Boats line the river at Hoi An. You may jump on a boat and get a short tour around the river.
Hoi An Candles
Light a candle and float it across the river. Make a wish!
Hoi An Lanterns
Hoi An is famous for its night lantern market. Catch the colourful and pretty lanterns as you wander around the night market. You may also find workshops where craftsmen help you make your own lantern, or simply buy one off the shelf and take it home.