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  • What is the average flight ticket price from Netherlands to Da Nang?

    The average ticket price to is €61 . Please use this price as a reference only.

  • The most popular month to visit Da Nang from Netherlands?

    september. The average price of flight tickets to Da Nang in september is €56 .

  • The least popular month to visit Da Nang from Netherlands?

    maart. The average price of flight tickets to Da Nang in maart is €81 .

  • Major airports in Da Nang?

    Danang International Airport, , & .

  • Popular Airlines that fly to Da Nang?

    Popular airlines flying to : Vietjet, Bamboo Airways, & Jetstar Pacific Airlines

Flights to Da Nang(DAD)

The biggest city in central Vietnam, Da Nang, is one of the most important and largest port cities in the country. Directly controlled and administered by the apex government, this city plays a crucial role in the central region's economy. Each year around seven and a half million people visit Da Nang to learn about its rich ancient and colonial history. Along with being an urban port city and a growing tourist hotspot, Da Nang also serves as a big rest stop for nearby UNESCO World Heritage sites like Imperial City of Hue and the Old Town of Hoi An.     

Tip: Da Nang city has a tropical monsoon climate, with heavy typhoons and monsoons from September to late December. To enjoy the best of Da Nang you should plan your visit in the dry season that lasts from January to August.  

Airport Details 

Da Nang International Airport is the third largest international airport in Vietnam in terms of international air traffic. The airport is located close to the Da Nang city center and offers all the modern facilities in its vicinity. The airport has been receiving one million passengers each year since 2006 and currently holds a capacity to receive six million passengers a year. Vietnam Airlines and Bamboo Airways along with other domestic and international air carriers provide direct flights to Da Nang. The top routes from Da Nang International airport include Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Seoul, Bangkok, Can Tho, Singapore, and Busan. Similarly, regular flights to Da Nang are operated by respected cities. If you are traveling within the country, many domestic operators provide cheap flights to Da Nang.

Tip: For a hassle-free experience, book a taxi for your hotel or any other destination beforehand. It is always a good idea to check the reviews and customer ratings while booking the taxi.

City transportation

Getting around in the Da Nang city is a fun experience, thanks to the traditional cyclo vehicles. A cyclo is a reclined seat attached to a peddle operated cycle, usually found near the Han River. Apart from cyclo, there are other means of transport in the city like buses, taxis, and motorbike taxis. Most of the tourists prefer to hire a motorbike as it is cheaper and much flexible compared to a hired car or a taxi.

Tip: Online taxi booking app Grab is quite trendy in Da Nang, you can rely on the app for accurate pickup and drop-offs.   

Activities in Da Nang

Da Nang is often overlooked for its neighbor Hoi An, but that doesn't take away any merit from the city. Surrounded by beaches, river, mountain range, and amazing architecture, Da Nang offers its visitor with every bit of everything in one place. Some of the most interesting sites and activities to do in Da Nang city are:

Beaches: The city is famous for its long beaches, mainly, My Khe beach or the China beach. Renamed China beach by the American troops during the Vietnam war, this 35 kilometers long beach stretches from Hai Van Pass to Non-Nuoc beach. Another popular beach is the Pham Van Dong beach. You can take a stroll, enjoy some water sports, or sit back and enjoy the magnificent view at the beach.

Religious sites: Phap Lam Pagoda, Linh Ung pagoda, Da Nang Cathedral, and Cao Dai Temple are some of the most visited praying sites in Da Nang. One will often find people of different faiths meditating in the vicinity of these sites. Apart from being a site of great religious importance, these buildings are a fine example of classic Vietnamese architecture.

Marble Mountains: Irrespective of how many times you have visited Da Nang, you can't miss visiting the astonishing marble mountains. Just 9 kilometers south of the Da Nang, these mountains are a cluster of five separate hills made from limestone and marble. The mountains have many peaks, caves, tunnels, temples, pagodas, and Buddhist sanctuaries for you to discover.  

My Son Sanctuary:  Another famous site for tourism from the city is the My Son Sanctuary. A UNESCO World Heritage Site which was once ruled by the Kings of the Champa civilization of Vietnam. The site was a burial ground for the royals and consists of many towers, temples, and sculptures of Hindu gods and goddesses made from red bricks and limestone. 

Sightseeing:  Sometimes you want to see the good side of nature, and when you visit a place for a holiday, you want to check out what it has to offer. Some of the best views in Da Nang can be seen from Ba Na Hills, Dragon Bridge, Hai Van Pass, Son Tra Mountains, and the Marble Mountains. 

Tip: Da Nang can get hot and you can easily dehydrate yourself while making all those trips. Make sure you are always well hydrated to avoid getting heatstroke.        

Where to stay and eat in Da Nang 

Da Nang is a busy city, and with the booming tourist industry, it now offers plenty of residence options for staying guests. The city has two great areas where you can find your abode. If you are a beach person then you can find a budget hotel, luxury hotel, or even a resort by the My Khe beach or the Son Tra peninsula. However, most of the visitors like to stay between the airport and the Han River close to the Han River market at the Da Nang city center. Here, you can find budget hotels, branded hotels, hostels, and premium luxury hotels. There are many famous eateries and restaurants along with street stalls in the city that you can visit to try some BBQ meats, fresh seafood, and the famous Vietnamese coffee.   

Tip: Don't forget to try some of the local cuisines like Mi Quang, fish ball soup, and a fried chicken wing in fish sauce.             

Da Nang is astounding with its coastal lines, deep blue sky, mountain backdrops, and even, fresh air. It is one of those cities that you'd want to explore on your feet. If you are looking for a calm and refreshing place with a sense of culture and history, then look no further. And Trip.com makes sure that you always have the best travel experience both at home and aboard. Visit Trip.com website or the app to book hotels, cabs, flights, buses, trains, and even activities, for a timely and uninterrupted trip. Additionally, save up with discount offers and readily available deals on online bookings.