Da Nang Activities

What To Do In Da Nang

Da Nang has miles of beaches, resulting in plenty of swimming opportunities from May to August when the sea is calm but for those who simply cannot wait to get wet the city also features an exciting water park – the first built in the country. In this mild climate a game of golf is a pleasure and Da Nang certainly delivers with three professionally designed courses with great views and facilities.

The city’s March 29 Park has many activities for both children and adults alike while if you’re rained in you can learn more about this country’s super healthy cuisine and its preparation.

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Activities in Da Nang

Cooking Class in Da Nang

It is not easy to find food that is as healthy as Vietnamese. If you appreciate Vietnamese cuisine try a cooking class when in Danang. Many hotels in Danang offer Vietnamese cuisine classes such as the Furama Resort Danang on China Beach.

  • Tel: Furama Resort Danang: +84 (511) 3847 888, China Beach Villa: +84 (511) 941173

Da Nang Water Park

This is an enormous water park located right in the centre of the city, on September 2nd Street. Danang Water Park covers 10 hectares and is the first amusement park, not only of Danang but also central Vietnam. It is lots of fun – and not just for kids – with slides, pools and the like. In addition, there is an open-air stage where cultural and musical performances are held. It’s on the riverbank, 2km beyond the Ho Chi Minh Museum.

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Golf in Da Nang

There are a few big golf courses under development including two 18-hole courses, named Dunes and Heritage both designed by Greg Norman, but the first international standard course already open to golfers is the Montgomerie Links Vietnam Golf Club. Designed by Colin Montgomerie, the club is located just off Ha My Beach and minutes fromDa Nang’s International Airport. The 18-hole course, built in 2007, has facilities including a clubhouse, pro-shops, restaurant and member lounge as well as a spa.

  • Tel: (84 510) 943-888

March 29th Park

March 29th Park is situated in the city centre, opposite Danang supermarket (commercial centre), on Dien Bien Phu Street. There is lots of entertainment in the park such as a train that steams around the lake, water bicycles, a funny house and an underwater world. The park also exhibits hundreds of kinds of flowers, trees, ornament fish and rare animals.