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Exploring the Han River Front - Da Nang, Vietnam

Da Nang is a city of just over 1 million, which sits on the coast and is cut in half by the Han River. Many of the city’s most attractive spots (nicest hotels, most scenic restaurants) are located along the Han River Front area. The river is spanned by several modern and unique bridges, and is especially beautiful to visit at night, when the bridges are lit up in an impressive display of color.

The Best Museums in Da Nang, Vietnam to learn about Vietnamese history, art, and culture

Da Nang, Vietnam is home to some of Vietnam’s most interesting museums. I’ve chosen three of the best museums in the city. These are the ones that I think give visitors the best look at Vietnamese history and culture. Learn more about the Da Nang Museum, the Museum of Cham Sculpture, and the Fine Arts Museum. These three museums are perfect escapes from a rainy day in Da Nang.

Top Sights in Central Saigon (HCMC)

These are the top sights that you can’t miss in Saigon! Explore central Saigon on foot! While it may not be the most pedestrian-friendly city, many of Saigon’s (Ho Chi Minh City) top sights are within a block of each other in the beautiful and easily walkable area surrounding the city hall. Visit the Saigon Cathedral, old post office, book street, and more.

What to eat in Hoi AN, Vietnam

Hoi An, central Vietnam’s historic UNESCO city, may be famous for its beautiful old shops and monthly lantern festival, but it’s also world-famous for several unique and tasty dishes that can be found only in the city! Try these five unique and famous dishes that you must not miss when visiting Hoi An!