Xu Hướng 2/2024 # A Scenic Landscape In Danang, Vietnam # Top 5 Xem Nhiều

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Son Tra Peninsula is 10km from the center of Da Nang City to the North-east and is 693m high above sea level and can be seen from every place in the city. Son Tra looks like a mushroom of which cap is Son Tra Mountain and stalk is a beautiful sandy beach that affords an ideal area for bathing, playing sports, fishing and swimming.

1. Highlights of Son Tra Peninsula

With its sea-oriented appearance, Son Tra acts as a giant screen protecting Da Nang from storms and cyclones coming from the sea. Son Tra is put under the national protected forest regulation since it is a natural preservation area. ThePeninsula is famous for its plentiful plants and fauna as well as the attractive scenery. It is said that fairies used to come here for singing, dancing and playing chess so Son Tra is also called Tien Sa (Fairies’ landing place).

On Son Tra, there still remain more than 30km² of natural forests, nearly 300 types of plants and several hundred kinds of fauna, including rare animal. From the top of the mountain, you can see the overall view of Danang City, Marble Mountains, Ba Na – Mount Chua, so interesting!

There is also Suoi Da (Stone Stream), which lies by the side of the foot of the mountain, fine sandy surfaces run round the peninsula, several breaks of waves are running steadily up and down and washing up on the stones heaped up around the seaside.

All are attractive spots for tourists. It is so majestic, so romantic, so wide and really beautiful.

2. Things to Do in Son Tra Peninsula 2.1. Explore the monkeys path

In the past, US Troop named Son Tra peninsula  Monkey Mountain, since there were so many monkeys in the mountain. In fact, most of the monkeys live far inside the forest, therefore it is rare to see them on the green trails.

Another one of a kind highlight of the Son Tra Nature Reserve is the presence of almost 12 groups of brown-legged langur (an old species of monkey). This is a greatly uncommon species with only 200 individuals currently living in Vietnam. Additionally, there are also some other uncommon species such as the red-faced monkey, yellow monkey, muntjac, musk-deer and wild pig; 106 species of birds and 23 species of reptiles, not to mention countless insects.

2.2. Linh Ung Pagoda the destination for tranquility

If you are a person of religion, or simply someone who’s looking for a quiet and tranquil place, then Linh Ung Pagoda (Bai But)might be the perfect place waiting for you.

Linh Ung Bai But Pagoda stands on the 20-hectare land of Son Tra mountain with many items: the main hall, the lecture hall, the ancestral house, the road halls, the library, the cafeteria, and the Arhat statue garden. The pagoda is a combination between the contemporary style and the traditional style of Vietnamese temples.

The most important and visible highlight of the Linh Ung pagoda is the Lady Buddha statue the tallest one in Vietnam (67m high). It is also placed on a 35m-high lotus diameter, making the total height over 100 meters, equivalent to a 30-floor building.

As time goes by, Linh Ung pagoda has become a famous place of worship, a place for the monks and nuns living and studying, as well as an interesting and peaceful sightseeing place for visitors. Once you come here, this spiritual destination will leave an unforgettable impression. You will have a chance to understand more about Vietnamese belief and rituals, as well as fully immerse yourself in the culture as a remarkable experience in your life.

2.3. Dong Dinh Museum The Garden of Memory

Located on the steep upstream terrain of Hoang Sa Street, Son Tra Peninsula in Da Nang, Dong Dinh Museum The Garden of Memory has become a unique cultural site for tourists, vividly reproduced the ancient values ​​with the harmonious combination between the security of forest ecological space and cultural and artistic space.

Dong Dinh museum is 10km far from downtown, on mountain-side of major road up to the peak. This was founded by Mr. Doan Huy Giao, and it is actually the first private museum in Danang. Inside the museum, there are a lot of artifacts that dated back to 100 2500 years ago. A few examples are: belongings of ancient cultures like Sa Huynh, Dai Viet, Cham Pa… most of these things were collected from central and highlands tribes.

2.4. Giant Banyan Tree

In the northeast of Son Tra Peninsula, particularly Hon Nghe point, there is an amazingly unique giant banyan tree with many big roots that are spanning down to ground. In fact, the real age of the tree still remains a mytery up until now. According to locals, the tree is probably 1,000  years old now, as it is really big 20m height, with 9 root-clusters.

2.5. Son Tra View Tower and Army Radar Station

Standing 580m high compared to the sea level, Son Tra View Tower offers a wonderful panoramic view of the whole Da Nang city, Son Tra Beach and the surrounding forest. Nearby, you can also visit the army radar station which dated back from 1960s. This radar station is considered as “Mat Than Dong Duong” “Indochina Miraculous Eyes”.  From the top head-quarter of the station, you will have a very broad view towards the ocean through the microscope.

2.6. Enjoying the Nature

In a one-day stay at Son Tra, visitors can enjoy living in the resplendent flow of dawn and the quietness of twilight on this fascinating landscape. And that is a time for them to realize the value of each and every moment and the true calling of the hearts.

You can also swim in the cool sea and enjoy the fine view of the sandy banks run round the peninsula. The quiet Bai But beach offers you relaxing times sitting in small nice houses to hear the sound of waves and look swallows fly to the mount cliffs. The colorful coral reefs at the foot of the mountain is an ideal condition for the development of diving tourism.

3. What to Eat in Son Tra Peninsula?

A day trip around the stunning Son Tra Peninsula will not be completed without a stop for tasty food. Near Son Tra, there are numerous great restaurants serving different kinds of dishes for tourists to enjoy. It can be listed as Madame Hanh Restaurant, Citron Restaurant, Barefoot Restaurant and Son Tra Retreat-Garden Lounge & Eatery.

Check out some local food in Da Nang here: Cho Con Market: An Affordable Food Paradise in Danang

4. How to Get to Son Tra?

In order to reach Son Tra Peninsula, it is better if you depart at Yet Kieu Road. Go straight forward to Tien Sa Resort. Now, there are 3 routes available for you to choose: the Banyan Extension, the Inland Route and the Coastal Loop. Whichever way you go, you can still get to Son Tra Peninsula.

It is ideal to explore Son Tra with a bicycle or motorbike. Then, you can feel a sense of independence and freedom to go anywhere you want to wind up your mind. Nevertheless, a taxi or a car is still possible.

5. Tips on Visiting Son Tra

The best time to visit Son Tra Peninsula is between March and September, when the nature and atmosphere are the most wonderful to enjoy

When exploring Son Tra, a taxi may cost much more expensive than a motorbike so if you want to save money, a motorcycle ride is highly recommended

Taking sunscreen and wearing shoes rather than flip flops are recommended, since you might have to ‘fight’ some sand and rocks to take photos of the magnificent views.

Around Son Tra Peninsula, the signal is not very good, so it’s better if you have map of the area, plan the trip ahead or go with a local tour guide.

Son Tra is a special gift of the god to Danang. It can be seen from every place in the city. And from the top of the mountain, the vista is so enjoyable and peaceful…

Đăng bởi: Đắc Nguyễn

Từ khoá: Son Tra Peninsula – A Scenic Landscape in Danang, Vietnam

Hoan Kiem Lake – A Legendary Landscape In The Heart Of The Capital

About Hoan Kiem Lake 

Hoan Kiem Lake is the most famous landmark of Hanoi Capital . There are ancient temples and poetic temples here. Away from the famous old town place, Hoan Kiem Lake is a green, natural and fresh patch of dusty and noisy life. Here visitors can walk around the lake, exercise or sit under the trees to relax. 

Which season is the best season for Hoan Kiem Lake tourism in Hanoi? 

Hoan Kiem Lake is the top tourist destination in the capitalPeaceful scene beside Hoan Kiem LakeWalking is a popular activity at Sword Lake Hoan Kiem Lake Hanoi is surrounded by 3 streets: Dinh Tien Hoang, Hang Khay and Le Thai To. In the past, the lake was also known by many names such as Thuy Quan lake, Luc Thuy lake. It was not until the VX century that this place was renamed Hoan Kiem Lake . Currently many people also call this Ho Guom.There are 3 streets surrounding Sword LakeHoan Kiem Lake has many different names For locals, Hoan Kiem Lake is a familiar spot to walk or find a quiet space to balance their lives. If you are a tourist from far away, when coming here take some time to explore around the lake, each corner will bring a different scenery. Hoan Kiem Lake, though not splendid and majestic, always makes people who admire it, love it, …Find a beautiful corner to calm your soulHoan Kiem Lake brings special emotions to visitors

Unlike many seasonal tourist spots, Sword Lake is an ideal meeting place for all four seasons. There are times when brilliant in the fresh peach colors of spring weather, sometimes the windswept cage dispels the hot summer day. In the autumn, the whole space here is tinged with golden leaves falling extremely fanciful. When winter comes to Hoan Kiem lake, it is again immersed in the falling fog or drizzling rains.

How to move to Hoan Kiem Lake  Cyclo 

Bus is a popular way to get to Hoan Kiem Lake

Coming to Hoan Kiem lake , you definitely have to experience walking by cyclo. At this time, visitors can both relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. However, you should choose reputable car manufacturers and ask for the price before getting on the car. This will keep you from getting hacked and for an enjoyable tour. 


Taking a cyclo to visit Hoan Kiem Lake is a wonderful experience

This is one of the most popular means of transport when visiting Hoan Kiem Lake . Sitting in the car, you will go around the lake and the old streets to admire the scenery. Usually the car will operate from 8:30 to 16:30, evening from 19h – 23h. On average, a trip will take about 35-60 minutes and carry a maximum of 8 passengers. 

Take a tram to visit Sword Lake

In addition, visitors can ride a motorbike or walk to enjoy the idyllic beauty of Sword Lake .

The Huc Bridge 

The Huc Bridge is the most attractive attraction in Hanoi Hoan Kiem Lake . The bridge is red, curving like a shrimp. This is also the path leading to the famous Ngoc Son Temple. For a long time, The Huc Bridge has gone deep into the subconscious of the people of the Capital and it is unknown when this last red bridge has become an endless source of poetry and music. 

Ngoc Son Temple 

The Húc Bridge has a striking red colorThe bridge has become a deep subconscious of the people of the Capital

One of the most attractive sights at Hoan Kiem Lake is Ngoc Son Temple. This work is built in the style of Tam character architecture. Inside the temple, there are many panels, sentences and sacred items. The roof of Ngoc Son temple has square shape, two floors and has 8 supporting columns. The outer 4-column system is built of stone, the inner 4 columns are made of wood. This is a quite unique combination that enhances the majesty of the temple. If you have the opportunity to go to Sword Lake, you must definitely go to Ngoc Son Temple to visit once. 

Ancient city of Hanoi 

Ngoc Son Temple in HanoiThe inside of the temple

The Old Town has long been an ideal tourist destination for tourists from near and far when traveling to Hanoi. This place includes 76 streets scattered in 10 wards and is very close to Hoan Kiem lake . Coming to Hanoi Old Quarter , visitors will visit many small streets with typical traditional crafts. In Hang Bong there are famous cotton stalls, Hang Luoc street has a multitude of products with unique combs, Hang Ma street specializes in producing all kinds of votive votive, … Each street in Hanoi Old Quarter always carries. and especially unforgettable feelings in the heart of each visitor. 

Pen Tower 

Hanoi Old Quarter has typical traditional stallsThis is a place that attracts many international tourists to visit

But Tower in Hoan Kiem lake was made of stone, five stories high and was built in 1865. The tower is located on Doc Ton mountain just outside the road to The Huc bridge. The top of the tower is shaped like an upside down nib. Perhaps that is why the name Thap But was also born. On the body of the tower, there are 3 longitudinal letters of Ta Thanh Thien, meaning writing on the blue sky. 

Hoan Kiem Lake Walking Street 

Pen Tower is located on a rocky mountain backgroundCheck in at Thap But

Currently, the walking street around Hoan Kiem Lake is the highlight of Hanoi tourism. This is a place for people in many places to have fun and date after stressful working hours. The pedestrian street is open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. Walking around Hoan Kiem Lake pedestrian street you will see many famous snacks. Especially, this place often takes place interesting street art activities such as singing, dancing, painting, playing musical instruments or organizing folk games. Although just in operation, the pedestrian street has become a specialty on the weekends of the people of the capital. 

Hanoi Opera House  Dried beef salad, Dinh Tien Hoang 

Hanoi Opera HouseCheck in is also impressive, isn’t it?

Dried beef salad Dinh Tien Hoang is a restaurant not too strange to the people of Hanoi. The price of each salad plate is about 35k but very plump with ingredients such as sliced ​​beef, papaya, roasted peanuts, roasted meat, herbs, … All stacked, when eating will be her The owner of the shop sprinkle a layer of excellent fish sauce. Sure, when you enjoy it, you will only know because the taste is so special. A snack that you can try when you come to Hoan Kiem Lake . 

Chicken Pho with 22 Hang Hom 

A delicious bowl of pho mixed in Hang Hom

For a long time, Au Trieu nem chua has become a specialty of Hanoi cuisine . Just standing at the top of the alley, the scent of the hot spring rolls makes you feel so gnawing. Coming to the restaurant, diners will see the attractive rolls on the red charcoal stove. Although it is a snack, when you come to Hoan Kiem lake, if you have not enjoyed this dish, you will regret it. 

Hang Khay bean noodle soup 

Au Trieu grilled spring rolls

Not only pho but also bean vermicelli is a divine dish of Ha Thanh youth. If you are a fan of this dish, please visit lane 31 Hang Khay Street to enjoy. The restaurant is located near Hoan Kiem lake, so you can come here to eat after the tiring tour. If once you have enjoyed the divine vermicelli at Hang Khay, you are sure that the delicious taste will make you remember forever. 

Bun with Bean Street is a delicious dish near Hoan Kiem Lake

If you have arrived in Hanoi but have not visited Hoan Kiem Lake , it is a big mistake. So if you have the opportunity to come here once to immerse yourself in the lively breath of a legendary place in the heart of the capital.

Đăng bởi: Nguyển Hoàng Bảo

Từ khoá: Hoan Kiem Lake – a legendary landscape in the heart of the Capital

Finding The Best Banh Mi In Vietnam – Rose On A Mission!

Read my food around the world blogs!

What is a banh mi?

You might also find pate, cucumber, carrot, coriander and chilli sauce. They’re a classic Asian dish that foodies should add to their Southeast Asia bucket list.

The best banh mi in Vietnam? Maybe!

You’ll find banh mis served from carts on every corner, as well as official shops and even banh mi chains which pretty much resemble a Subway counter! Whatever your preference, you’re likely to find a banh mi you love.

Finding the best banh mi in Vietnam

I would be curious to know the actual number though I think it might make me reconsider my lifestyle choices (well, probably not). Here are my contenders for the best banh mi in Vietnam, ordered by city…

Best banh mi in Hanoi

So let me help you out by filling you in on my favourites:

Maison de Lien (the one with the elegant touches)

When I made it over to the little deli, it wasn’t what I expected. Rather than the fast and hectic stands of the Old Quarter, this Hanoi hidden gem has places to sit down, a counter of deli goods and lots of elegant touches like gold teapots and vases of flowers.

With the richness of the pate, I couldn’t really taste the butter Mai had mentioned but I trust it was good. All round, a strong contender for the best banh mi in Hanoi… and without a doubt the prettiest surroundings to eat it in.

Address: 6 Nam Ngư.

Tram Banh My (the one with the chilli sauce)

Top marks for the meat and bread but there was too much sweet chilli sauce for me. If you LOVE condiments you might be a fan. You also need to like carrot as this was served generously.

Address: 252 Cửa Nam.

Banh Mi 25 (the one with Justin Bieber)

I can’t deny Banh Mi 25 is excellent, even if the locals don’t dine there!

Address: 25 Hàng Cá.

Related read: where to drink egg coffee in Hanoi

NyugenSinh Hanoi (the one with all the pate)

Address: 17-19, Ly Quoc Su.

Best banh mi in Hoi An

As a place where tourists outnumber the locals, you might not expect the best banh mi in Vietnam to be in Hoi An. But where’s demand, there’s supply. Here it comes in the form of delicious carbohydrates…

Madame Khanh – The Banh Mi Queen (the messy one)

Address: 115 Trần Cao Vân.

Phi Banh Mi (the one with all the options)

Address: 88 Thái Phiên.

Bánh Mì Phượng (Anthony Bourdain’s favourite)

Address: 2B Phan Chu Trinh.

Best banh mi in Ho Chi Minh

Vietnam’s only urban hub to rival Hanoi in size is good for any type of food. I got stuck into countless dishes, and banh mis were just one of them…

Huynh Hoa Bakery (the one with ALL the meat)

Huynh Hoa Bakery is all about the meat. It out-meated me. There was pate, ham, luncheon meat and pork floss. It was a real experience and would be great as a ‘who can handle it?’ type eating challenge.

Other options: For the best banh mi in Saigon, people also say good things about…

(As you can tell, they’re not all about the creative names in Ho Chi Minh… Let’s call a banh mi a banh mi, huh?)

The over all best banh mi in Vietnam?

Drum roll, please…

Madame Khanh – the Banh Mi Queen in Hoi An

It really was banh mi royalty! The owner has dedicated her life to creating the perfect banh mi and it shows. Apparently, she keeps the letters from happy customers on her wall. I bet that’s one very, very full wall.

Simply the best, better than all the rest

Đăng bởi: Lê Thị Hoa

Từ khoá: Finding the Best Banh Mi in Vietnam – Rose on a Mission!

Top 10 Vietnam Beach Resorts For A “Living In The Moment” Holiday

Who doesn’t love the beach life? It is one of those incredible experiences where everything is relaxed, peaceful, and serene. There is no worry of tomorrow and only the joy of today. And to top it all, if you get a private butler serving you fancy cocktails, life would be even better, won’t it? Well, as it turns out, you don’t need to be a millionaire to indulge in such pleasures of life for these incredible Vietnam beach resorts offer just that. Stellar service, impeccable luxury, a fine ocean view and peace of mind – get it all at these amazing top 10 beach resorts in Vietnam.

10. Vedana Lagoon Resort & Spa

Nestled on a lagoon between two major cities, Hue and Hoi An, the Vedana Lagoon Resort & Spa offers mesmerizing views of one of the largest lagoons in Southeast Asia. The property is spread across 27 hectares and offers uninterrupted calm and peace. Yes, the bustles of the city are also a short ride away and this is why it is one of the best resorts in Vietnam for lovers of art, culture, and peace.

Special Features

The spa blends ancient healing techniques from the east and blends them with the therapies from the west.

9. Princess D’An Nam Resort and Spa

One of the best beach resorts in Vietnam, the Princess D’An Nam Resort and Spa is a perfect amalgamation of Vietnamese hospitality and French luxury. This boutique resort has four swimming pools, two restaurants, and an out of the world spa. Everything here is complemented by postcolonial ambience and architecture and a natural feel that reminds you of untouched beauty.

Special Features

The resort villas and suites reflect modernity and French colonial architecture infused with Vietnamese and Chinese elements.

Each Empress Villa has its own infinity pool and a magnificent ocean view

The resort has a private garden, a private beach, and activities that include vintage jeep safari into the mountains and dirt road exploration among others.

8. Angsana Lang Co

A stunning Vietnam beach resort that has Truong Son Mountain Range in its background and a scintillating beach on its foreground, this one is a treat for the senses. Offering views that are even better than paradise, the property features natural beauty that is in sync with modern amenities. The phrase “best of both worlds” was probably made for this resort.

Special Features

The property is close to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites – the old town of Hoi An, the city of Hue, and Cham Kingdom Sanctuaries at My Son.

Activities include hiking up the mountain, jet ski ride, and Golf

7. Anantara Mui Ne Resort & Spa

Located on Mui Ne’s sweeping beach, Anantara Mui Ne Resort & Spa offers a peaceful escape from the bustles of the city life. Hike to sand dunes, soothing spa treatments, and sitting by the garden in your villa are some of the most common experiences here.

Special Features

World class spa

Beach hikes

International cuisine and world-class dining experience

6. Fusion Resort Nha Trang

For the lovers of tranquility and peace, Fusion Resort Nha Trang is a heaven. Spread across 13.6 hectares and situated on the stunning coastline along Cam Ranh-Nha Trang, this paradise offers uninterrupted ocean views from every unit.

Accommodation options include suites and villas with canopy hammocks and custom made suspended bathtubs.

Special Features

The spa offers signature Chemveda therapy

Guests can also opt to enjoy a gourmet breakfast at any location in the resort

5. Vinpearl Luxury Nha Trang

One of the best overall Vietnam beach resorts, the Vinpearl Luxury Nha Trang is an epitome of luxury that comes with enhanced privacy and an out of the world stay experience. It has over 84 coastal villas that offer spectacular beach and ocean views. Then there are private pools, world-class dining, and unmatched modern amenities to make you feel connected and disconnected at the same time.

Special Features

Coastal villas with balconies and access to private pool and beach.

Fully equipped with all modem amenities

Individually tailored experiences

World class spa

4. InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort

The InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort is situated in the hills of Son Tra Peninsula and yet at the same time features spectacular beachfront villas with private pools and suites. Moreover, the resort is in close proximity to UNESCO world heritage sites of The Old Town of Hoi An, The Imperial City of Hue, and the My Son ruins.

Special Features

World class dining at La Maison 1888 restaurant

Dining in the sand experience

3. Banyan Tree Lang Co.

Certainly, among the best Vietnam beach resorts, the Banyan Tree Lang Co. is one of the finest options for those who prioritize luxury above everything else. This all pool villa beach resort in Vietnam is surrounded by the sea on one side and the beautiful Truong Son Mountain Range the other. Needless to say, the views are stunning in all directions. Go here if you want a Vietnamese style holiday in the lap of luxury.

Special Features

All pool villa resort with private beach

Truly authentic Vietnamese holiday experience with top of the class luxury

2. The Nam Hai

The Nam Hai is an all-villa Vietnam beach resort that delivers a perfect balance of cultural bustle and private beach comfort. It has one of the best spas in Asia and is also home to a culinary school. Private pools, outdoor showers, tennis, and golf are some of the activities you can indulge in here.

Special Features

Special villas come with private butler, private gardens, and pools.

In close proximity to the cultural hub of the city

Home to one of the best spas in the world

1. Amano’i

Amano’i is one of the finest Vietnam luxury beach resorts and its reasons would totally justify its stature. From the scenic drive to this place to finally experiencing its panoramic views, this property with its Vietnamese decor has it all. The Spa experience is out of the world and it has 31 pavilions that come with private pool.

Special Features

Pavilions with private swimming pool

Hillview facing villas

Trekking, jogging, and hiking routes

World class Aman Spa

Đăng bởi: Lý Tâm

Từ khoá: Top 10 Vietnam Beach Resorts For A “Living In The Moment” Holiday

Visit These Secret Tunnels In Vietnam

If you long for an immersive insight into how the country operated during the war, then these tunnel complexes will provide an unparalleled peek into Vietnam wartime past.  A testament to the country’s ingenuity and resilience, the secret tunnels remain some of the most popular tourist attractions in the entire country.

The legacy of the wars are still very much felt in Vietnam. Though the country has become more and more globalized over the years, the impact of wartime can be seen throughout the country – including underground.

Cu Chi Tunnels

Cu Chi Tunnels. Photo: Rob Smith

The most famous tunnel complex in Vietnam, the Cu Chi Tunnels can be found in the forest northwest of Ho Chi Minh City. They played an essential role in the 1960s war effort.

History of Địa đạo Củ Chi

Although they were originally constructed in the 1940s, it wasn’t until they were expanded by the Viet Cong that they reached their current size. Originally, the Cu Chi Tunnels were built to accommodate arms and ammunition, but they soon became ideal hiding places for fighters themselves.

The sprawling, 250km tunnels stretched from Saigon to the Cambodian border. In their heyday, they were essential in nullifying the threat from American forces as their size and deliberately confusing construction rendered most attacks useless.

The small and narrow entrances presented an issue to the taller, heavier American soldiers and, despite their attempts, attacking the Chi Chi Tunnels never worked very effectively.

Cu Chi Tunnels. Photo: Bryan

There was, however, a large price to pay for those situated within the tunnels. Heavy bomb fire destroyed the surrounding vegetation and the air quality became toxic due to the prominence of poisonous gases sprayed throughout the area. It has been estimated that at least 12,000 guerillas and sympathizers lost their lives in protecting the Cu Chi Tunnels.

Plenty of life could be found within the Cu Chi Tunnels. At their peak, they featured bedrooms, kitchens, treatment rooms, tactical areas, and even a hospital. An air filtration system, built to suppress gas attacks and suffocation attempts, was constructed during the apex of the war. Conditions, however, were diabolical.

The unsanitary conditions, stomach-churning smells, and unbearable heat made life almost unbearable. Fighters lived day-to-day maintaining themselves on whatever sustenance they could get their hands on. Morale often ran low and fighters often sang songs of hope to keep their spirits up.

Touring the Cu Chi Tunnels Today

Cu Chi Tunnels. Photo: Robin Hickmott

After the war ended in 1973, the Cu Chi Tunnels were preserved and later turned into a highly popular attraction. Now, you can meander through a stretch of the original pathway, which has been slightly enlarged for tourists. During the brief stint inside the tunnels, there are a few exits on-hand to ensure you can leave at your own discretion, continue further.

Though the tunnels are a fraction of their original size, they still provide a candid insight into what wartime life was like for those living inside them. In addition to the tunnels, there are exhibits showing booby traps and life around Cu Chi, as well as a shooting gallery where you can fire an AK-47. There are two main areas of Cu Chi:

Ben Dinh

The Ben Dinh site is the most popular of the two. Preserved largely how it would’ve appeared in the 1960s, visitors can witness the famous booby traps and trap doors that made the Cu Chi Tunnels so infamous.

This site is closer to Ho Chi Minh City and is considered the more historically accurate section of the tunnels.

Ben Douc

The Ben Douc area, however, has been altered to serve the tourist population.

The original tunnels have been expanded, ventilated, and illuminated with lights. If you fancy getting your hands dirty, you can sport a soldiers’ outfit and crawl through the tunnels on your hands and knees.

The Ben Douc tunnels are further away than the Ben Dinh tunnels, but provide a more ‘hands-on’ experience of wartime life in the trenches.

There’s also an on-site shooting range and a restaurant serving authentic food from the period.


The Cu Chi Tunnels are located in the Cu Chi District of Ho Chi Minh City. The most popular way to reach them is by bus, via an organized tour. To get there, you’ll need to take either a bus or a taxi (which is not recommended due to the price) from Saigon. Be sure to visit the stunning Cao Dai Temple on the way.

Boat Tours

You can also arrange a guided tour that speeds up the river to the tunnels by boat, a much preferred experience. Not only is this easier and less grueling, but you’ll also be treated to the cooling river breeze on the way. It does cost extra, though you’ll generally arrive earlier than the buses, since it’s a faster/shorter trip. This gets you to the all the exhibits aster.

Vinh Moc Tunnels

Vinh Moc Tunnels. Photo: Travel Aficionado

During the American bombing of Quang Tri Province, villagers moved underground to escape. Faced with the threat of American invasion, the humble communities called upon their resourcefulness and iron will to construct the Vinh Moc Tunnels.

History of Địa đạo Vịnh Mốc

Vinh Moc Tunnels. Photo: Phil Tomlinson

The galvanized community soon built the Vinh Moc Tunnels around 1966. This impressive tunnel complex served as the birthplace of 90 people and acted as a makeshift town complete with a kitchen, washrooms, living quarters, and even a movie theatre. Unlike the complicated Cu Chi Tunnels, the Vinh Moc tunnel network’s simpler design was tailored purely for civilian use

The Vinh Moc Tunnels grew in size as the war continued. Only a few moderately-sized tunnels were dug at the start and only a handful of people lived there. Yet at the time of the Vietnam War’s conclusion in 1973, the tunnels grew to a size of over 5,000 feet. There were also 13 entrances on the sides, and the deepest level went down to 75 feet below the surface.

Touring the Vinh Moc Tunnels Today

Vinh Moc Tunnels. Photo: ronan crowley

Though the War is long finished, the legacy and ingenuity of the Vinh Moc Tunnels very much remain. Today, they’re preserved in their original state (though with the addition of electric lights) and visitors can develop an intimate knowledge of life in the tunnels by meandering through them and observing the historical markers and reconstructed scenes subsequently added.

Tours are given in English, and as you emerge from the exits, you’ll be standing on a stunning beach with panoramic views of the sea. The Vinh Moc Tunnels are located in the village of Ho Xa – 6.5 miles north of the Ben Hai River.

Tunnels have played an integral part in Vietnam for over 50 years. Though these underground networks aren’t in use anymore (other than as museums), their importance is still very much alive.

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Trần Hoàng Trân

Từ khoá: Visit these Secret Tunnels in Vietnam

Best Restaurants In Da Nang Vietnam

Da Nang cuisine. Photo by InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort

Da Nang perfectly combines nature, culture, people, and food and is in the central region of Vietnam. This city has easy access to other parts of the country, long beaches, and mountains. Da Nang’s cuisine is dynamic yet delicious, influenced by both northern and southern cuisines, with a touch of the sea. Here are some Da Nang restaurants where you can truly experience this.

La Maison 1888

La Maison 1888, named the world’s leading fine dining hotel restaurant by the World Travel Awards, is Da Nang’s most expensive restaurant, if not all of Vietnam. This restaurant, in the opulent InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, is the first in Vietnam to have a three-Michelin-starred French chef, Pierre Gagnaire, at the helm.

Chef Pierre Gagnaire is taking care of each dish. Photo by La Maison 1888

The legendary Pierre Gagnaire’s dishes dazzle with unexpected juxtapositions of textures and flavors. Local ingredients form the foundation of a menu that includes pho Marin and duck egg, a quenelle of langoustine from the Mekong Delta, and mango and passion fruit Battenberg.

Address: InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, Bai Bac, Son Tra Peninsula

Price range: Average price per person is 185 USD

Opening hours: 6:30 am–9:00 pm from Wednesday to Monday.

Phone: +84 236 393 8888

Pro tip: Consider having lunch instead of dinner if you’re on a tight budget. Although the price is lower, the experience is spectacular.

Fatfish Restaurant & Lounge Bar

Fatfish is one of several restaurants along the Han River that offers a magnificent view of the Dragon Bridge on weekends. This restaurant serves a variety of Asian and Italian classics, French, and dishes from the sunny and windy Mediterranean region.

A set meal at Fatfish Restaurant & Lounge Bar. Photo by Fatfish Restaurant & Lounge Bar – Da Nang

Fatfish is an excellent choice for a western-style, riverside splurge meal at a reasonable price. Pasteur Street Brewing Company’s flavor-packed craft beers pair with innovative Asian fusion dishes, pizza, and wood-fired barbecue. Fatfish is suitable for a few snacks or a full leisurely meal.

Address: 439 Tran Hung Dao street, An Hai Trung, Son Tra District

Phone: 02363.945.707

Opening hours: 10 am – 11 pm

Price: meals 5 – 14 USD

Pro tip: There’s a Baskin Robbins right down the street if you get hungry after your meal. This may not seem noteworthy, but if you’ve been in Vietnam for a while, there’s nothing like a Rocky Road cone to cap off the evening.

Le Bambino

Le Bambino Da Nang, which opened in 2003, is ideal for escaping the bustling streets without leaving Da Nang. This atmospheric restaurant is a 10-minute walk from Han Market and is divided into two indoor dining areas (smoking and non-smoking) and a swimming pool patio.

A meal at Le Bambino Da Nang. Photo by @nguyen33333

Address: 122/11 Quang Trung Street, Hai Chau District

Phone: 0236-389 6386

Opening hours: 11:30 am – 13:30 pm & 16:00 pm – 22:00 pm from Monday to Saturday, Sunday is 16:00 pm – 22:00 pm

Price: meals 6 – 18 USD

Nom Bistro

Nom Bistro, which faces the Han River, is a high-end restaurant that serves excellent Vietnamese cuisine in a beautiful setting. This is not a restaurant you would visit regularly. If you want to treat yourself or someone else, or if you’re going to celebrate something, come here.

A set meal served by Nom Bistro. Photo by Quán Ngon Đà Thành

From the outside, Nom Bistro appears to be very interesting. The structure resembles a “nom,” a straw-woven basket used to catch fish and other small underwater creatures, paying homage to how many Vietnamese in Da Nang used to make a living. The food, like the outstanding structure, does not disappoint. All dishes are prepared with fresh ingredients, and the menu ranges from traditional favorites to those with a unique, foreign twist. Try the salad with soft shell crab and jackfruit. You should also try the bamboo chicken and Nom’s crispy chili beef.

Address: Lot 01-A4 Zone of the Villas of Green Island, Hai Chau District

Opening hours: 7 am – 11 pm

Price range: 4–17 USD

Red Sky Bar & Restaurant

Red Sky Bar & Restaurant was one of the first restaurants in Da Nang to cater to expats, opening in 2010. The restaurant’s tasty menu, which includes Western dishes at reasonable prices, has made it famous for over a decade. Almost all visitors recommend it as a must-try restaurant in Da Nang and praise the food, particularly the steak.

Space at Red Sky Bar & Restaurant. Photo by Red Sky Steakhouse

Most foreign visitors agree that Red Sky Bar & Restaurant has the best steaks in town. Other dishes are also tasty, fresh, and beautifully presented, providing guests with unforgettable culinary experiences. The restaurant has a bar where guests can sample various imported wines and superb beverages.

Address: 248 Tran Phu Street, Da Nang City

Phone: +84 236 3894895

Opening hours: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Price reference: 4 – 42 USD

Limoncello Restaurant

Limoncello Italian Restaurant Danang is at 187 Tran Phu Street, between the Han Bridge and the Dragon Bridge. Filippo and Valeria, an amiable Italian couple, run the restaurant, which opened in August 2014. Limoncello is conveniently in a welcoming environment.

The entrance to Limoncello Restaurant. Photo by hoangviettravel

Come to Limoncello for authentic Italian cuisine and the best service in Da Nang. A taste of Italy in the heart of an Asian city, complete with pasta and pizza, is a true treat. Limoncello’s wine enhances the flavor of a meal and creates a welcoming atmosphere at the table, transforming a simple meal into an enjoyable, authentic Italian experience.

Address: 187 Tran Phu, Phuoc Ninh, Thanh Khe

Phone: +84 236 356 10 64

Opening hours: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm and 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Price range: 4 – 18 USD

Madame Lan

Madame Lan Restaurant, next to the romantic Han River, is known as a “miniature Hoi An” in the heart of Da Nang. Madame Lan’s architectural style and romantic space will make you feel at ease whenever you visit. Madame Lan brings diverse dishes from all three regions of the country to the space of Vietnamese identity. Madame Lan will be the location for you to have an unforgettable experience.

A set meal at Madame Lan. Photo by Nhà hàng Madame Lân

You can eat in an open courtyard or one of the river-facing dining rooms at this massive restaurant in a French colonial-style building. Bun cha cua (crab sausage noodle soup), hu tieu bo kho (vermicelli with stewed beef), bun cha (vermicelli with pork), squid with chili and salt, and green papaya salad with shrimp and garlic are among the tempting options on the menu.

Address: 4 Bach Dang, Thach Thang Ward, Hai Chau District

Phone: 0236 3616 226

Opening hours: 6:30 am – 9:30 pm daily

Price: meals 3 – 11 USD

Roots Plant-based Cafe – Healthy Vegan Restaurant

Vegetarian and vegan diners will have a simple time in Da Nang once they discover Roots, a plant-based cafe. Roots, near the beach, serves healthy foods free of meat and other additives.

Roots Plant-based Cafe offers healthy and delicious feasts. Photo by Roots Plant-based Cafe

The Roots’ space is minimalistic and has comfortable outdoor seating, making it appealing to western travelers. The cafe offers heartier fare, such as falafel bowls, meat-free burgers, smoothie bowls, and cold-press juices.

Address: 1 An Thuong 32, Bac My Phu, Ngu Hanh Son

Phone: 0865528252

Opening hours: 8:00 am – 10:45 pm daily

Pro tip: Besides food, you can buy eco-friendly household items at Roots.

Unlike in other cities, the popularity of food is not limited to shopping malls. If you want to experience the flavor of Da Nang, you must go to the streets, where the culture shines brightly and serves dishes. You can find it nowhere else. So, don’t wait any longer; book a trip to Vietnam and enjoy some delectable cuisines at these Da Nang restaurants.

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