Da Nang is a very picturesque city, has much richer opportunities to become the “resort capital” of Vietnam than the now popular Phan Thiet and Nha Trang combined. In any case, the former glory of the local China Beach is just beginning to be revived. Vietnam’s third largest city, Da Nang continues to be predominantly an industrial and port city. Tourists usually make a stop here for just three sights – the Cham Sculpture Museum, the Mison Monuments, and the Marble Mountains, which are already on the outskirts of the city.
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During the Middle Ages, Da Nang served as the main port and capital of the Cham principality of Indrapur. The present name comes from the ancient Cham Danak, which means “great estuary.” Throughout its history, Danang has been one of the most important ports of the South China Sea. In addition, the Han River, which flows into Danang Bay, has provided access to the interior of the country. Its advantageous location and other advantages have always attracted the attention of conquerors to Da Nang. Thus, the port was the first bridgehead captured by France in Indochina. In June 1845 the French corvette Alkmena shelled the city for the first time. This was in response to the arrest by the local authorities of Catholic missionary Lefebvre, who had been gathering intelligence of an apparently military nature in the city. The act of intimidation had an immediate effect and the preacher-spy was freed.
Two years later, Admiral Jean-Baptiste Cecil’s squadron again bombarded the city. During their raids, the French sailors kept a close eye on the harbor, which they christened Turan. Very quickly a project matured in France to seize Da Nang and turn it into a counterweight to British Singapore and Hong Kong. Admiral Charles Rigaud de Genouilly, who had 12 French and Spanish warships and a strong landing force, was charged with the task. On August 30, 1858, the Franco-Spanish fleet entered Da Nang Bay.
It was somehow “indecent” to begin an invasion operation without a formal reason.
The occasion was easy to find – it was the execution of the Spanish Catholic missionary Diaz, who, incidentally, had nothing to do with the French intrigues in Vietnam and simply got caught in the heat of the moment. On August 31, the ships opened fire on the Vietnamese batteries, and soon the landing force took the city. In this case, the invaders, accustomed to recent easy victories in China, were unpleasantly surprised by the courage and tenacity of defenders of Danang – the squadron lost in battle about 200 people. Many officers suggested that the admiral send his ships up the Huong River and capture Hue in order to crush the resistance of the uncooperative people once and for all. But Rigo de Genuyi, who had heard about the powerful fortifications of the imperial capital, did not dare to take the risky step. Leaving a small garrison at Da Nang, the admiral set out with a squadron to the south of the country. Taking advantage of this, the Vietnamese recaptured the city, but alas, they did not have time to rebuild the coastal fortifications in time for the return of the enemy’s fleet. May 8, 1859 Danang was retaken by the French, who immediately deployed a large construction. The unaccustomed climate, illness and repeated attacks by the Vietnamese meant that of the first 3,000 Frenchmen who landed in Danang in May, 1,200 had been killed by the fall of that year! Such a percentage of losses did not please the colonizers, and in November 1859 an important decision was made – Danang was abandoned in order to establish French rule in Saigon. The unruly city became part of the French colonies only 20 years later.
After the partition of the country in the mid-twentieth century. Da Nang became one of the most important ports of South Vietnam. During the war the city became very important for the U.S. troops because of the airfield, which existed here since 1958. The air base Da Nang, able to receive the largest transport aircrafts “Hercules” and “Galaxy”, opened the shortest air route to the U.S. bases in the Philippines. Hundreds of thousands of Americans who had fought in the jungles of Vietnam passed through Danang. The city was well fortified and the air base garrison was several tens of thousands of men. In the summer of 1967, Private Oliver Stone, who later became the world-famous director of the American War film trilogy, served in Da Nang.
On March 30, 1975, Da Nang was taken by North Vietnamese troops. The fall of the impregnable base was perceived in Saigon as a sign of imminent collapse. In the 1990s, an international airport was built in Da Nang, which is now connected by airlines to Thailand, Singapore and the Republic of Korea. Since 1997 the city is an independent administrative unit – a city of central administration (the fourth in Vietnam), equal to the province.
Location and Transportation
The road to Da Nang from Hue takes Highway 1 through the Haiwan Tunnel, which is over 6 kilometers long. The tunnel opened in 2005, making it much easier for vehicles to pass through the Truong Son Mountains. Da Nang is 30 km south of the tunnel, at the mouth of the Han River. The urban areas are mostly located on its west bank. The city’s main streets running north to south are Le Loi, Phan Thu Trinh and Tran Phu. From west to east, the city is crossed by Hung Vuong and Le Duan streets. Hung Vuong Street provides access to the city’s bus station and the airport. The eastern end of Le Zuan Street faces the Song Han Bridge, crosses the river and heads in the direction of China Beach (about 2 km from the center) . Along the western bank of the Han, there is a promenade called Bat Dang. The promenade that runs along the opposite bank of the river is called Bat Dang Dong (East Bat Dang) . The tourist area of the city is sandwiched between Fang You Ching Street and Chang Phu Street, just south of Le Zuan Street.
Da Nang Railway Station (202, Hai Phong St., tel. 0511-823810) is in the western part of the city. From here you can go both northbound (4 trains per day to Hue, 40,000 VND) and southbound (7 trains per day to Nha Trang, 203,000 VND) .
The bus station is located 3 km west of downtown Da Nang (33, Dien Bien Phu St., tel. 0511-821265) . Buses go not only to cities in Vietnam but also to neighboring Laos (to Savannakhet, 14 hours, 250,000 VND) . Buses to Hoi An depart from the local bus station, which is separated from the main one by 200 meters.
Open-tour buses enter the city from the Hoi An side along Trung Nu Vuong St. and usually stop at the entrance of the Cham Sculpture Museum at the intersection with Bat Dang Quay.
Da Nang Airport is located 3 km west of the city center. It receives flights from Vietnam Airlines, Pacific Airlines, Singapore Airlines, PB Air, SilkAir (Singapore, www.silkair.com) , Tiger Airways (Singapore, www.tigerairways.com) .
Vietnam Airlines (35, Tran Phu St., tel. 0511-821130) .
Pacific Airlines (35, Nguyen Van Linh St., tel. 0511-583583) .
Tickets can be purchased at any agency in the tourist area of the city. A cab ride to the airport will cost about VND50,000.
Visiting the city does not take much time for tourists rushing to meet the monuments of Hoi An. Da Nang’s main pride is the Cham Sculpture Museum, opened in 1915 at the initiative of the French Far East College in Hanoi. It’s an easy walk from the tourist area to the museum along Tran Phu Street with a glimpse of the Sacred Heart Catholic Cathedral (156, Tran Phu St.) on the way. The church, with a tall spire topped with a rooster-shaped weather vane, was built in 1923. The city’s Christian community now numbers about 4,000 people, so the cathedral is active and accessible for viewing.
When you reach the southern end of Chan Phu (about 500 meters from the cathedral), turn left and walk another hundred meters northeast along Cheung Nhu Wyong Street – right in front of you you will see the museum building. It was built by French architects Delaval and Auclair in the style close to the ancient Cham architecture. The small museum exposition was quickly enlarged and in 1935 the building was reconstructed and greatly expanded. All the most significant archaeological finds made by scientists in the late 19th – 20th centuries on the site of Champa cities can now be seen in the halls of the museum (7.00-17.00, admission 30,000 dong). The exhibition covers a long period of history of Champa from its heyday in the second half of the 7th century to the final decline in the 15th century. As the name of the museum suggests, the vast majority of its exhibits are monuments of monumental art of Champa. For inhabitants of the ancient power plasticity was inseparable from architecture, therefore in museum halls there are mainly fragments of decor of the destroyed buildings – altar sculptures, carved stone columns, pilasters and tympanas.
In addition to the artistic processing of stone, Chamka sculptors have mastered the curious technique of creating reliefs on the surface of well-cured masonry – this is the main cultural “highlight” of Champa. In order to admire such reliefs, it is necessary to visit the ancient Cham architectural monuments in Mison, Nha Trang or Thap Cham. Without this acquaintance with the cultural heritage of the dead state will be incomplete.
The art history of Champa from its heyday to its decline can be divided into two major periods reflected in the museum’s exhibits. The first period includes works created by sculptors in the 7th and 10th centuries. At that time, the capital city of Champa was located on the territory of modern Quang Nam Province. The sites of the Cham cities of Indrapura, Sinhapura and Amaravati were chosen to represent the heyday of Cham sculpture in all its glory. The second period, marked by a gradual departure of sculptors from the best traditions of antiquity, decadence of technique and impoverishment of images, begins in the 11th century. Most artifacts from the second period in the history of Cham art have been found in present-day Bindin Province, near the town of Cha Ban. There, in the 11th century, a new center of Cham urban life emerged – Vijaya. The “move” was reflected in daily life and art.
The last rise of the Cham monumental art was in the XII-XIV centuries and is represented in the museum by finds from the excavations in Thapmam on the territory of the already mentioned Bindin Province. The Museum is a very popular attraction for visitors to Vietnamese and the museum is the most popular museum in the province of Binh Dinh.
The museum is extremely popular with visitors to Vietnam. To avoid the tourist crowds, it is best to come to the museum early.
In addition to the Cham Sculpture Museum, the Cao Dai Great Temple, the first sanctuary of this particular Vietnamese religion to be found on the road to the South, is worth a visit in Da Nang. Built in the mid-1950s, this temple is inferior to the main “cathedral” of the Cao Dai faith in Tay Ninh, but is able to give a complete picture of the doctrine itself and its architecture. Kaodaism, which emerged in the 1920s and immediately declared itself a “world religion,” includes Buddha, Confucius, Jesus Christ, and Mohammed in its motley pantheon (see more in the Ho Chi Minh City section). Their colorful statues can be seen in the temple’s main altar, along with statues of the sect’s new founding prophets. The temple is located southwest of the tourist area, on the corner of Hai Phong St. and Ngo Gia Tu St. . The sanctuary has two entrances: the door on the left is for women and the one on the right is for men. If you are a member of the clergy (no matter what faith), you can go through the central door.
If you have enough time, you can visit the Ho Chi Minh Museum (3, Nguyen Van Troi St., daily 7.00-11.00/13.30-16.30). It is perhaps the third largest and most important museum of its kind in Vietnam, after Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. A copy of Uncle Ho’s Hanoi wooden house is unlikely to interest anyone who has already had a chance to visit the original, but that is not the only thing the museum can attract. Here you can see a collection of American War weapons and some materials on the history of the Da Nang Air Base. Fans can view these treasures for free.
The Phap Lam and Pho Da Nang Pagodas, built in the 1920s to 1930s, are of little historical value and are architecturally inferior to Hue’s temples.
Most hotels in Da Nang are concentrated in the urban areas between the airport and the Han River, while the resorts are a little further east, on the narrow strip of land between the river and the South China Sea coast.
Sea food is something that Da Nang undoubtedly boasts. Cafes and restaurants with fish menus can be found everywhere, but most of them to the east of the city, on China Beach. The cheapest place is quite far to the south, behind Furama Resort. It’s Hoa’s Place (tel. 0511-969216), located on My An Beach (Vas My An) . Every evening (19.00) right on the beach for guests and all comers a buffet consisting of simple homemade seafood (2 USD, beer 6000 dong).
Surroundings of Da Nang
Before leaving the city it is worth a trip of an hour to China Beach, 2 km to the east. The stretch of soft white sand stretches from Da Nang to Hoi An. This English name stuck to the beach during the American War, when soldiers who survived the war meat grinder were brought here. The Vietnamese themselves divide China Beach into several sections, each with its own name.
Leaving the city along Trung Nhu Vong Street, it is worth stopping 10 km south of Da Nang in the Marble Mountains. The small mountain range, up to 900 m above sea level, has the Vietnamese name Ngihany Son – the Five Element Mountains. The explanation is that the ridge has five major peaks that are named after the five elements (primary elements) of ancient Chinese cosmogony – Tho (earth), Thuy (water), Moc (wood), Hoa (fire) and Kim (metal). Severely destroyed and therefore very picturesque, the Marble Mountains are really made of this valuable finishing stone. The mountains are full of caves, both natural and man-made, as well as picturesque temples.
22 sights to see in Da Nang
Da Nang is the third largest city in the country, yet it is not often included in tourist itineraries in Vietnam. And for good reason – there are a huge number of attractions in Danang and its surroundings. Here you can admire the newest skyscrapers in Vietnam and walk along the quiet river banks, and explore the mysterious gorges on the beaches.
Those who come here, have a great opportunity not only to explore the sights of the city, but also to enjoy recreation by the water or in nature – do water sports, hiking in the mountains. In addition, guests of the city will not leave indifferent historical sites – temples and ruins, as well as museums and amusement parks. Here’s a list of things to see in Da Nang.
Ba Na Mountain
A French village on Ba Na Mountain.| Photo: Raita Futo / Flickr.
Ba Na Mountain is one of the most popular attractions in Da Nang. Visitors flock here from all over the region because of the cooler mountain climate. The mountain can be climbed by cable car, one of the highest and longest in the world. The views from the top are spectacular and stretch all the way to the sea.
There is also Fantasy Park with several areas inspired by the novels of Jules Verne. The Wax Museum with mannequins of some of the world’s celebrities is also worth a visit.
Address: Ba Na Hills, Hòa Ninh, Hòa Vang, Da Nang, Vietnam.
The Golden Bridge, newly built in Vietnam, is already famous all over the world. Its remarkable feature – unusual stone supports in the form of giant hands. They emerge from the rock, as if lulling the bridge like a thin golden chain.
The unusual architectural structure is more than 1,400 meters above sea level. From here, there is a mesmerizing panoramic view of the valley and the picturesque scenery of the Truong Son Mountain Range.
The Golden Bridge was built to attract more tourists to the Ba Na hills and it has 100% fulfilled its mission – the fanciful bridge is constantly filled with visitors with snapping cameras.
Address: Golden Bridge Da Nang, Hòa Ninh, Hòa Vang, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Mi Khe Beach
This beach is considered one of the most picturesque in Vietnam. It stretches for about 10 km along the eastern coast of Da Nang and is popular not only with tourists but also with locals.
Lovers of active recreation can engage in various water sports, including water-skiing, surfing or snorkeling. For those who prefer a quieter holiday, you can sunbathe on the golden sands or eat in one of the many cafes and seafood restaurants along the beach.
The address is My Khe Beach, Phước Mỹ, Vietnam.
Marble Mountains | Photo: Guerretto / Flickr.
The Marble Mountains are the common name for five separate rocky cliffs of limestone and marble. They are only a few kilometers from Da Nang. Each mountain is named after one of the five natural elements: Water, Fire, Metal, Earth and Wood. The mountains are many Buddhist pagodas, mysterious caves and shrines dedicated to local deities.
You can climb the mountain on a large elevator, but much more fascinating hiking up the numerous steep stairs, carved right in the rocks. From the top of the hills you can enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and Da Nang.
Address: Marble Mountains, Huyền Trân Công Chúa, Ngũ Hành Sơn, Da Nang, Vietnam.
The main architectural landmark in central Da Nang is undoubtedly the large Dragon Bridge. The original structure is 666 meters long and connects the banks of the Han River – it is one of the longest bridges in the country.
The bridge has the shape of a dragon – in Vietnam it is believed that this fabulous creature brings good luck. Especially beautiful bridge at night, when it is beautifully lit by thousands of LED lamps, changing color.
Every Saturday and Sunday at 21:00 everyone can come down to the embankment and enjoy the enchanting show – the bridge is brightly lit with lights, and from the mouth of the dragon fire and water erupts.
Address: Dragon Bridge, Phước Ninh, Sơn Trà, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Cham Sculpture Museum.
This Da Nang museum houses the world’s largest collection of ancient relics of the Cham civilization. Champa (Thampa) is an ancient state that flourished in South Vietnam since the 4th century.
The extant ruins of Michon, the remains of an ancient temple complex, are among the most popular tourist attractions in Vietnam. Be sure to visit this museum if you are fascinated by the history of ancient peoples and want to learn more about their archaic culture.
The address is Cham Museum, 2 Tháng 9, Phước Ninh, Hải Châu District, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Hai Van Pass.
Hai Van Pass | Photo: Peter Nijenhuis / Flickr.
Hai Van Pass is one of the main tourist attractions in this region of the country. It is about 500 meters above sea level, making it the highest pass in Vietnam. It offers incredibly beautiful panoramic views of Da Nang, the mountain scenery and the South China Sea.
The historical road leading over the pass was of great strategic importance in the olden times – it was the only road connecting the southern and northern parts of Vietnam.
There are many interesting historical sites along the way, such as an old fort. It was built during the French colonial era, and during World War II was used by the South Vietnamese and U.S. troops as a defensive wall.
The address is Hai Van Pass, Lăng Cô, Phú Lộc, Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam.
Soncha Mountain (translated, Monkey Mountain) is part of an amazing nature reserve that is about 700 meters above sea level. The mountain got its name because of the rare species of monkeys – red langurs, which live here.
This mountainous region is also called the Monkey Peninsula. On its slopes are many winding roads that are great for hiking or biking.
Address: Sơn Trà, Thọ Quang, Sơn Trà, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Linh Ung Pagoda.
Linh Ung Pagoda, located on the mountain top of the Monkey Peninsula, is one of the most visited attractions in Da Nang. The temple is famous first of all for the huge 67-meter statue of the Lady Buddha – Goddess of Mercy Guan Yin.
It is installed in the courtyard and stands on a platform in the shape of a lotus flower. Inside the huge sculpture is built 17 floors, and on each of them there are small statues of Buddha in different poses and with different facial expressions – a total of 21 statues.
Address: Chùa Linh Ứng, Chùa Linh Ứng, Hoàng Sa, Thọ Quang, Sơn Trà, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Non Nuoc Beach.
Non Nuoc Beach.
If you want a break from the bustling city, head to Non Nuoc Beach, which is about a 20-minute drive from downtown Da Nang. It stretches for 5 km along the coast and reaches the foothills of the Marble Mountains.
This serene beach with white sand, clear blue water and shallow shoreline is regularly recognized as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Go surfing, water-skiing, or visit one of the many seafood restaurants here.
Address: Non Nuoc Beach, Hòa Hải, Vietnam.
Phap Lam Pagoda
Phap Lam Pagoda.
The two-story Phap Lam Pagoda is near the center of Da Nang, a quiet, secluded spot amid lush gardens where you can take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. The temple courtyard features three large statues – a 1.1-metre statue of a sitting Buddha, as well as statues of the Goddess of Mercy and Dai Chi Bodhisattva.
On the top floor you will see intricately carved pillars, sacred Buddhist manuscripts and another golden Buddha statue. Around the temple are many eateries on wheels and restaurants selling delicious vegetarian food.
Address: Pháp Lâm Tự, Ông Ích Khiêm, Hải Châu District, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Da Nang Cathedral
Da Nang Cathedral | Photo: Gary Todd / Flickr.
This neo-Gothic cathedral is considered one of the most beautiful Catholic temples in Vietnam for its amazing architectural features.
The temple really makes a great impression with its appearance – the building in delicate pink colors, colorful stained glass windows, a tall octagonal bell tower with a weathervane in the form of a traditional rooster on the top. The locals call the cathedral the Church of the Rooster because of the weathercock.
Address: Danang Cathedral, Đường Trần Phú, Hải Châu I, Hải Châu District, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Cu Lao Cham Islands.
If you feel like getting out of Da Nang, be sure to consider visiting the Cham Islands. The coastal waters of the island have some stunning coral reefs and many colorful fish. Here you can go snorkeling or diving and enjoy the underwater delights of these islands firsthand.
You can reach the islands of Cu Lao Cham by boat. The trip from Da Nang takes about an hour, so you can visit the islands during the day or stay overnight in one of the accommodations that suit you.
Address: Chàm Islands, Tân Hiệp, Hoi An, Quang Nam, Vietnam.
Con City Market
Con City Market.
A shopping plaza has existed at this location since the 1940s. Con Market got its present form after a renovation in 1984. The renovated Con Market was renamed as the Da Nang Trade Center. There are about 2,000 stores on the territory of the market. The range of goods is unimaginably large – from clothes and shoes to the products of local craftsmen.
Many people come here not only for the shopping, but also to taste the exotic street food sold in mobile kiosks and outdoor cafes.
Address: Cồn Market, Ông Ích Khiêm, Hải Châu District, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Pham Van Dong Beach
Pham Van Dong Beach is one of the most famous beaches in Da Nang. Filming has been done a lot of times in this picturesque place. The beach is famous first of all for its soft white sand, on which it is pleasant to walk barefoot along the shoreline, as well as calm clear waters.
Close to the beach is an area of shady palms and well-kept lawns, an ideal place for leisurely strolls. Nearby there are numerous beachfront hotels and restaurants. In addition to the beach activities, Pham Van Dong Beach has many festivals and events, which are held here on a regular basis.
Address: Bãi tắm Phạm Văn Đồng, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Museum of the 5th Military Division
Museum of the 5th Military Division.
This Da Nang museum is dedicated to the events of the Vietnam War and the brutal ordeal that befell the Vietnamese people. The many exhibition halls of the large three-story museum display wartime exhibits – various weapons and military equipment, documents, as well as memorabilia such as awards, photographs and letters from soldiers of the 5th Division.
Outside the building are large military vehicles such as planes (Cessna O-1 Bird and A-37 Dragonfly, for example), tanks and other combat vehicles.
Address: Museum of Military Zone 5, Duy Tân, Hòa Cường Bắc, Hải Châu District, Da Nang, Vietnam.
The ruins of Michon.
The ruins of Michon | Photo: Shawn Harquail / Flickr.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Michon is a group of ruins of a temple complex that began to be built during the reign of the formidable Champa Empire.
The architecture of the complex was shaped over eight centuries, influenced by different styles. Here one can see both luxurious jewelry carvings and amazing stone columns and structures. Visiting the ruins of Mishon, you will learn a lot about the creation of this unique historical monument.
Address : Khu đền tháp Mỹ Sơn, Thánh địa Mỹ Sơn, Duy Phú, Duy Xuyên District, Quang Nam, Vietnam.
Bridge over the Han River.
Bridge over the Han River.| Photo: kizamaya / Flickr.
This bridge in the center of Da Nang is one of four bridges over the Han River. It is among the main architectural landmarks of the city. A special feature of the bridge is its swinging design on hangers.
It is especially beautiful at midnight – at that time the bridge, illuminated by colorful changing lights, unfolds to open the way for passing ships. From here you get colorful panoramas of the big city. You can see the bridge from a different perspective during a river cruise on the Han River.
Address: Han River Bridge, An Hải, An Hải Bắc, Sơn Trà, Da Nang, Vietnam.
Asia Park Amusement Park
Asia Park Amusement Park.
This park, decorated in the theme of ten Southeast Asian countries, is located on the west bank of the river. Its territory is divided into three zones – the Amusement Park, the Central Zone and the Park of cultures. The most notable structure of the Central Zone is a huge Ferris wheel 115 meters high.
In addition, there is a clock tower, which displays the exact time of different time zones. The amusement park includes all kinds of rides, entertainment events and shows, as well as restaurants and stores.
Culture Park introduces visitors to the culture, art and cuisine of ten Asian countries.
Address: Asia Park – Sun World Da Nang Wonders, Phan Đăng Lưu, Hòa Cường Bắc, Hải Châu District, Da Nang, Vietnam.
The city’s waterfront.
The best views of the river are from Da Nang’s waterfront, equipped with a very wide sidewalk. The beautiful city waterfront is decorated with numerous marble sculptures. Especially the Da Nang waterfront is transformed in the evening, when everything around is illuminated with colorful lights.
On the waterfront posted a large number of cafes and restaurants. Here you can enjoy a sunset drink or an extensive menu of local and European dishes and vegetarian snacks.
Address: Waterfront, 2 Tháng 9, Bình Hiên, Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng 550000, Vietnam.
Kaodai Temple | Photo: Gary Todd / Flickr.
This is the only temple in Vietnam for those practicing the Kaodai religion. It is said that there are 50,000 such worshippers in the country.
Inside the temple, you’ll see an inscription that says “all religions have the same message,” as well as information about significant figures related to the five major types of world religions – represented by sculptures of Jesus, Mohammed, Lao Tzu, Buddha and Confucius. Of particular interest is the huge altar where a large ball called the “Divine Eye” is placed.
Address: Cao Dai Temple, 63 Hải Phòng, Thạch Thang, Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng 550000, Vietnam.
3D Art Museum
3D Art Museum.
Art in Paradise is a fantastic 3D art museum. It’s the perfect place to enjoy contemporary art on a sweltering, hot day or rainy weather. The museum is divided into nine thematic zones featuring extraordinary paintings created by 20 Korean artists over a period of four months.
These are large-scale 3D images painted directly on the walls, ceilings and floors of the museum halls. Together, they create a uniquely colorful space!
Address: 3D Museum Art in paradise Da Nang, Trần Nhân Tông, Sơn Trà, Da Nang, Vietnam.