Venue Da Nang City

About Da Nang City

Location about 750km south of Hanoi
Access accessible by road, by train or by air (nearly 1,5 hours from Hanoi & Ho Chi Minh, nearly 2 hours from Singapore) or by ship
Airport terminal International airport called Da Nang


Da Nang is situtated in Quang Nam where the ancient people of Sa Huynh culture settled thousands of years ago with a wet rice civilization and the famous mulberry. When Champa Kingdom began its existance, the land belonged to the state of Amaravati. The vestiges of Champa Kingdom got a strong expression through many relics such as religious temples, remains of the Cham towels, Cham ancient wells, ect. Thus, Da Nang is also the gateway to World Heritage sites: My Son, Hoi An and Hue. The French named the city Tourane after it succeeded Hoi An (Faifo) as a vital deep water trading port in the 19th century. More recently, Da Nang was made famous in the Hollywood film “Good morning Vietnam”.

What is special about Da Nang City ?


The busy seaport of Da Nang in central Vietnam is the country’s fourth-largest city. Da Nang once polled as one of the ideal destinations in the world in 2015 by New York Times magazin due to the face that the city possesses the stretch of gorgeous sandy beaches. Besides, this city also clings to tourists’ feet by the modern and civilized image, and always offers something new.

Visiting Danang, you will not only immerse yourself in the most stunning beach on the planet, aside from mountains and passes, and luxurious resorts, you will still not feel like staying in a touristy place or triggering the fear of being “rip off” at anytime and anywhere. The city simply hold its own gem with the pride of every person, and the locals love their places dearly to such an extent that they always want to keep the best image about Danang in the heart of everyone who ever sets their feet here.


The country is granted a tropical monsoon climate with diversified characteristics varied significantly from North to South, from frosty winters to the year-round subequatorial warmth. At sea level, the mean annual temperature is about 27°C in the south, falling to about 21°C in the far north. Along Vietnam’s central coast, the driest season runs from June to October. Visitors to North Vietnam are often surprised by the sregion's distinct seasons; summers are hot and humid while winters are invigoratingly cool. As a result, each region has its best time for visiting: Hanoi from September to May with a pleasant winter, Hue from March to August with a sunny summer and Ho Chi Minh City with warm weather the whole year round.

In the north (Hanoi & its vicinities), winter is from November to April and is characterized by cool damp weather (15 – 20oC), and summer lasts from May to October and is hot with periods of heavy rain (25 – 28oC).

Da Nang has distinct seasons. The beach will be at its best between March and October and less inviting in the cooler, greyer months between November and February. There are occasional pleasant days suited to swimming all year round. The temperature never gets too cold with winter temperatures ranging from lows of 20 to highs of 25.

From March to October, expect low temps in low 20s and regular highs in the low to mid 30s. June, July and August are the hottest months.

October and November are the months with highest risk of storms.

In the north (Hanoi & its vicinities), winter is from November to April and is characterized by cool damp weather (15 – 20oC), and summer lasts from May to October and is hot with periods of heavy rain (25 – 28oC).

Southern Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City & its vicinities) has a more tropical climate all year round (25 – 30oC) with a dry hot season from December to April and a rainy season from May to November.

The highlands have a temperate climate but it is cooler and temperatures can be freezing in winter from December to February. Temperatures may range anywhere from 15-18°C in the central highlands to 7-10°C in the northern highlands with heavy rain from May to November.