Da Nang

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Da Nang (Đà Nẵng) is Vietnam's fifth largest city. It's located in Central Vietnam and on the South China Sea coast, midway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

The city itself has neither the ambiance of Hanoi nor the hustle-bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, but has its share of sights and is close to the charms of Hoi An and the imperial capital of Hue, making it a popular vacation spot for those looking to explore the attractions of central Vietnam or soak up some sun while hanging out on the city's beaches.

Da Nang Halal Travel Guide

Da Nang view from top of Son Tra

The regions surrounding Da Nang (My Son, Quang Nam) were founded by the Cham Hindus perhaps 3,000 years ago, serving as the national capital and centre of the Hindu Champa Dynasty. Vietnamese invasions into the region in the 17th century significantly halted Cham development.

Given that Da Nang was the first point of colonial invasion, many vestiges of French architecture are present in the historic buildings.

Da Nang has some of the best roads in the nation. The coast road is at least four lanes from northern provincial boundary to southern provincial boundary. Compared to either Hanoi or HCMC, traffic in Da Nang is always relatively light, although huge trucks blast through every now and again and there are brief rush hours.

The city is often overlooked by tourists but it is one of the friendliest to visitors in all of Vietnam. My Khe Beach, known to American GIs as China Beach, is now home to a small community of guesthouse owners, marble statue shops, and other various trades. Some of the most beautiful and isolated beaches in Vietnam are found here, among some of the friendliest people. This is a must-stop for the budget traveller.

There are many remnants of the "American War" left over in Da Nang. During the war, many monuments and buildings were destroyed. On the way to My Khe Beach and the ruins of a military base remain in the form of helicopter hangars; however and these are now more easily spotted at the airport, which serves both civil and military flights.

The city has grown rapidly, and had a population of 1,146,876 in 2024. This growth had been outward and infill, but now there are high-rises going up. Development is visible and rapid; the city has expanded tremendously, and several multi-storey buildings and more beach resorts are under construction. This involves redevelopment of areas near the city beaches across the river, with whole blocks of old housing being razed, new roads paved, and luxurious villas constructed.

There is a zoo, a soccer stadium, many tennis courts, swimmingpool halls, several large modern discos/night clubs and the beaches, and Son Tra Peninsula. However, it is also true that Coffee and soft-drinks drinking are the most common leisure activities of most local residents.

How is the Climate in Da Nang

The hottest months of the year are June - Aug, when the temperature can go as high as 40°C, and it is very humid. There are usually tropical storms from October - November.

How to travel to Da Nang

Buy a Flight ticket to and from Da Nang

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  • Da Nang International Airport IATA Flight Code: DAD - Is the smallest of Vietnam's three international airports. There are frequent Flights to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City on Vietnam Airlines, VietJet Air and Jetstar Pacific, SilkAir and domestic service between Buon Ma Thuot, Da Lat, Haiphong, Nha Trang and Pleiku and internationally Guangzhou, Seoul|Seoul-Incheon, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai-Pudong, Siem Reap, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taipei and Tokyo-Narita. Aside from a money changer, airport amenities are plenty, although the airport is one of the nation's most modern. Compared to larger Vietnamese airports, Da Nang is a little bit laid back. Locals often arrive less than 30 minutes before their flights. There are also a couple of restaurants/coffee shops opposite the terminal, which offer more choice, if not lower prices, than inside the departure area.

Many visitors now choose to stay in Da Nang as it is considered as a gateway to Central Vietnam World Heritage Sites: Hoi An (25–30 min, USD15) or Hue (2 hr, USD80–45 depending on vehicle size), My Son (1-1½ hr). The hotels and resorts in Da Nang have their own travel desks which offer some half day or a day trips to those destinations. The fixed-price taxi coupon system has regrettably disappeared and now you have to negotiate with the drivers outside, who ask silly prices but can be negotiated down to the amounts above. Perhaps find a few others to share the cost. If going to a destination within or close to the city, ignore offers to set a price in advance and insist on use of the meter (drivers may only be willing to accept pre-set fares during holiday times, such as Tet). If you arrive on a late night flight, you may encounter an unscrupulous taxi driver who has a fast meter, but usually there are lots of taxis and companies such as Mai Linh, Taxi Xanh and Song Han that are reliable. Avoid Airport Taxi, especially at night. Average metered fares to the downtown should be around 70,000 dong. A safer but more expensive option, especially for late flight arrivals (some lowsomet airlines such as VietJet can delay a morning or evening flight to a midnight arriving flight), would be to hire a driver. Several travel agencies can be used for this. To Hoi An, a typical price is around 350,000 dong.

Travel by train to Da Nang

Da Nang Train Stn Front

The Reunification Express makes a stop in Da Nang and takes around two to two and a half hours to Hue. Many taxis are available outside of the station. Scheduled arrival and departure times are loosely followed. If you just want to get to Hue, you can also take the local train which is slow (about four to four and a half hours from Da Nang to Hue, with several stops along the way; a vehicle or taxi does it in two), but affordable (25,000 dong including a meal) and passes through some spectacular coastal scenery. Best to avoid the motorbike taxis outside the station as many times they are the same price or more than regular taxi.

Da Nang to Hanoi

  • Train SE2: Depart 12:06, Arrive 04:02 next day
  • Train SE4: Depart 14:42, Arrive 05:00 next day
  • Train SE6: Depart 10:34, Arrive 04:45 next day
  • Train SE8: Depart 23:27, Arrive 15:28 next day

Da Nang to Hue

  • Train SE2: Depart 12:06, Arrive 14:43
  • Train SE4: Depart 14:42, Arrive 17:06
  • Train SE6: Depart 10:34, Arrive 13:21
  • Train SE8: Depart 23:27, Arrive 15:28

Da Nang to Nha Trang

  • Train SE1: Depart 10:46, Arrive 22:28
  • Train SE3: Depart 10:24, Arrive 22:03
  • Train SE5: Depart 09:11, Arrive 19:40
  • Train SE7: Depart 21:56, Arrive 07:37 next day

Da Nang to Ho Chi Minh City

  • Train SE1: Depart 10:46, Arrive 04:10 next day
  • Train SE3: Depart 13:24, Arrive 05:00 next day
  • Train SE5: Depart 09:11, Arrive 04:40 next day
  • Train SE7: Depart 21:56, Arrive 15:05 next day

By car

Da Nang is in the middle of the nation, roughly speaking equidistant from Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. It's feasible to hire a vehicle and drive yourself, but as Vietnamese traffic in general is chaotic and dangerous, foreign visitors and local residents usually hire a vehicle with a driver.

Travel on a Bus in Da Nang

Da Nang Thakhek Bus

Several bus-pass services (incl. "Sinh Cafe" and "Cuc Tung") make stops in Da Nang,and can be taken from either Hue or Hoi An or further in either direction. From Hue the trip takes about three hours with one refreshment stop on the way (50,000 dong). The bus uses the tunnel so does not go over the spectacular pass between Da Nang and Hue.

From Hoi An, you can take the local bus to Da Nang,it is a yellow bus route number 01 that has "Hoi An - Da Nang" sign along the front window. Fare is 16,000 VND, see information in Hoi An#By bus for stop locations and to avoid getting scammed on the fare. Buses run roughly every 20 min during the day and take about 45-55 min to get from Hoi An to Da Nang.

Sleeper buses depart from Da Nang to:

  • The North of Vietnam (at 08:30 and 14:30): Hue, Quang Tri, Quang Binh, Phong Nha, Ninh Binh , Ha Long Bay, Hanoi (buses leave Hanoi's Giap Bat station in the afternoon, charge 380,000 dong (2023) and take around 14 to 16 hours.).
  • The South of Vietnam (at 16:30 and 19:00): Quy Nhon (200,000 dong), Da Lat (300,000 dong), Nha Trang (250,000 dong), Phan Thiet, Vung Tau, Mui Ne, Ho Chi Minh City (around 400,000 dong, depending on the bus company).
  • Laos (daily at 6:00): Pakse, Vientiane, Champasak, Savannakhet (around 800,000 dong) (2023).
  • There are several buses to Pleiku, from where you can go on to Laos and Cambodia. Sleeper buses leave Da Nang around 20 to 20:45 and charge 220,000 dong to 230,000 dong (2022).

You may book tickets at the Da Nang Intercity Bus Station, travel agencies and at some hotels. It is wise to reserve your seat at least one day in advance for travel on weekends and during festivals.

  • Da Nang bus station - It's a few kilometers out of the city but is serviced by local buses such as #2 which goes to the town centre and #1 to Hoi An.

Book a Halal Cruise or Boat Tour in Da Nang

  • Da Nang port . The third-largest port in Vietnam, primarily used for cargo ships - but also serves human transport in a lesser degree.
  • Karma Waters - Sustainable tour operator and Vegetarian restaurant operates Da Nang-Hoi boat tours and shuttle service.

How to get around in Da Nang

Best way to travel in Da Nang by a Taxi

Taxi rates are very reasonable in Da Nang,and scams are less common than in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, but you're better off going with a reputable company to avoid any hassle. Mai Linh (mostly green with white lettering, though sometimes green or silver) ☎ +84 511 356 5656 (or 0511 356 5656 if dialling from a local telephone) and Vinasun (white with green and red lettering) ☎ +84 511 368 6868 have large fleets in the city and are generally honest and reliable, with meters that start automatically after the taxis have moved about 5m. At the airport, Mai Linh taxi wardens wear green shirts with green ties, and Vinasun wardens dark green shirts with maroon ties. These wardens can radio taxis for you. Some travellers have reported that Song Han's yellow taxis are also fairly reliable. The ride sharing app "Grab" is common and can be used to arrange for a taxi or other ride.

According to reports, USD 17 is the standard rate for going to Hoi An. You can try to negotiate with a taxi driver at the train station, and agree on a fare of USD 17 (220,000 dong).

Travel on a Bus in Da Nang

Local and regional bus service is under authority of Danang Bus.

Taxi drivers may park in front of the bus stop and tell you that the bus is not running. This is not true; they're just trying to get your business.

By motorbike

Epitomized in an episode of “Top Gear” riding a motorbike in Vietnam has become a goal for many visiting the nation. While riding in Vietnam is challenging it can also be a life changing experience. You see things from the seat of a motorbike that you don't see while travelling in different type of vehicle. Some choose to traverse the entire country this way while most are satisfied with a few local day trips. If you are not an experienced motorcycle rider you should reconsider starting to ride here. While many visitors operate a motorbike without a proper licence this is not recommended.

Rent or purchase

If you need a motorbike while in Danang for a few months or less consider renting. If you are riding the entire length of the nation renting or buying have both advantages and disadvantages.

Renting a motorbike is fairly straightforward process. Ask the front desk staff and other travelers at your hotel or hostel where to rent a motorbike. Some of the recommendations given will be quality rental shops and others might be recommended because the local person making the recommendation is receiving a commision. The rental price will depend demand, age of the motorbike, engine size and transmission type. Semi-automatic motorbikes cost less to rent than fully automatic bikes. Electric bikes can cost half as much as gasoline powered bikes. Most places will want a deposit, which can be $100 to $500 depending on the value of the motorbike, or in lieu of a cash deposit they will hold your passport. Some travelers have found it helpful to carry two passports for situations like this allowing them to retain identification and a current visa stamp.

If you choose to ride the entirety of the nation consider traveling from Ha Noi to Sai Gon instead of the other way around. Since most people travel south to north there is usually a surplus of low cost bikes in Ha Noi. This means many times a bike purchased in Ha Noi can be sold for the same price Sai Gon while buying in Sai Gon and selling in Ha Noi will almost always lead to a loss.


If you have traveler's insurance check with your insurance company to see if you are covered to ride. While most insurance policies will cover you if you have a valid motorcycle drivers licence from your home country and an International Driving permit, most will not cover you without them.

Safety gear

Consider bringing some motorcycle gear with you like a low cost, full-face helmet, riding gloves, jacket and trousers if you plan on spending a lot of time riding. While helmets are easy to find in Vietnam and make a great souvenir their quality can be questionable whereas an affordable helmet from the West that carries a safety certification should be better. Unlike low cost or generic helmets new, expensive helmets are more likely to be stolen. Also bring a cable lock with you to secure your helmet as opposed to securing with the strap which can be easily cut and replaced. When you're finished with your ride you can sell your gear.

Riding to Monkey Mountain

Honda Air Blade on Monkey Mountain

Besides riding through the Hai Van Pass the iconic motorcycle ride in Danang is to Monkey Mountain. Many will ride up the road by the beach following it to the Intercontinental Resort and then ride along the north side heading west and finally down the mountain to be let out near the Port of Danang. It's a ride similar to the 11 mile "Tail of the Dragon" in Tennessee and North Carolina except with a steeper grade, more and sharper turns, amazing views of East [Vietnamese Sea, wild monkeys and no one is checking to see if you're going over the speed limit. Other than the weekends it's common not to see another person for the entire ride leaving the mountain to yourself. If you go just before sunrise, head to the north side and are quiet you might see a red-shanked or gray-shanked douc. There are a few well posted areas that are military facilities and the signs, which are in Vietnamese and English, warning you not to enter or take pictures need to be respected. The road is well maintained but it's not uncommon to encounter a large boulder mostly blocking one's passage. There are a number of feasible construction projects slated to begin in 2019 which will forever replace some of the views of nature for ones of hotels, condominiums and tour buses. It's recommended not to ride at night.

Riding to Hoi An

Renting a motorbike to travel to Hoi An from Da Nang costs about 80,000-150,000 dong per day from most hotel and rental companies in Da Nang. Locals pay about 50,000-100,000 dong. With a little bargaining and renting for a week or month at a time, you could possibly bring down the price. Haggle and ask if they include roadside service. The distance to Hoi An is roughly 28 kilometers and takes about 45–60 min. The route is fairly simple and straightforward, and takes you along the coastline of Da Nang,allowing you an extraordinary experience and views along the beaches to Hoi An. The traffic is light. once you get outside the city. Make sure you bring along a windbreaker or sweater, during autumn and spring, as the temperature along the coastline can be a little cold. Be cautious riding in winter or rainy season from late September to January, as the wind is strong and rain is frequent. Avoid major roadways at night.

Motorbike taxis and “easy riders”

Considering the low cost of standard taxis in the city of Danang and throughout Vietnam one would be cautioned to avoid motorcycle taxis. While not as common in Danang as Sai Gon or Ha Noi they are completely unregulated and are most commonly found outside the train station hustling tourists. If confronted simply say “ya không cảm ơn” or no thank you and keep walking.

‘Easy riders” offer an alternative for someone wishing to travel by motorcycle but lacks the prerequisite skills to operate one. They can take you on a day trip from Danang to Hoi An or a week-long excursion throughout Central Vietnam. Most ‘easy riders” take a lot of pride in motorcycle and try to offer a pleasant trip. Ask at your hotel or hostel and other travelers who they recommend.

Electric bikes

Electric bikes are now common in Danang and offer an excellent alternative to gasoline powered motorbikes. They have more than enough power to drive most of the day throughout the city, can be driven without a driver's license and are easier to drive than their gas-powered cousins. While they won't make it back and forth to Hoi An or around Monkey Mountain they're well suited for city travel. Check with the company that issued you your traveler's insurance to see if you're still covered while driving an e-bike.

What to see in Da Nang

For years, tourists have bypassed Da Nang on their travel itineraries, preferring to spend their time viewing the ancient imperial court at Hue or walking the streets of the old town in Hoi An. And yet, as those who call it home are aware, Da Nang has plenty of interesting and beautiful sights of its own. Nestled between the Annamite Range and the South China Sea on the banks of the Han River, Da Nang's natural beauty is hard to miss; a trip up into the mountains and down to the beach should be on your to-do list. Culturally, Da Nang once lay at the northernmost reaches of the Kingdom of Champa; the Museum of Cham Sculpture, located in the downtown, should be mandatory if you're planning on visiting the ruins at nearby My Son.


  • Ba Na Hill Station - Bà Nà | Ba Na is 1,487 m above sea level in the Truong Son Mountains. It was formerly a 1920s French resort and once boasted 200 villas, restaurants, and clubs. It has been known as the second Dalat or Saturday Pa in central Vietnam. Its temperate climate, unspoiled forest, and spectacular views over the South China Sea and the Lao mountains made Ba Na a popular retreat for both the French and the wealthy Vietnamese. Today the area still attracts local residents and tourists alike thanks to a new cable vehicle system that was opened in 2009 and set two Guinness World Records for its height and length.
  • Dragon Bridge - Cầu Rồng | A 2013 bridge actually built in the shape of a dragon, breathing fire and water each Saturday and Sunday night at 21:00.

Han River Bridge Apr08

Han River Promenade The beauty of the Han River has inspired poets and composers throughout Da Nang's history, and any local will probably be able to sing you a few lines of Sông Hàn Tình Yêu Của Tôi (Han River, My Love) as they stroll the edge of the water. The promenade on the western bank of the river is well built up, stretching from the Dragon Bridge in the south to the city port in the north. The promenade passes underneath the famous Han River Bridge, a swing bridge built in the late 1990s, one of four bridges across the Han you can glimpse from here (the others are the Thuan Phuoc, Dragon, and Tran Thi Ly bridges). All of the bridges light up with colourful patterns at night, making a walk by the river a delightful (and certainly romantic) escapade. Locals often gather here in the evenings to watch the water, play hacky-sack, or bring their children for a run. During the Tet season and the promenade is festooned with sculptures and art. The annual Fireworks Festival is also based here, but you're better off seeing the show from afar, as it tends to get quite crowded.

  • Linh Ung Temple - Stunning views of the sea and the sky, and a 67-m tall statue of "Quan The Am" facing the ocean. The pagoda was built in 2010.

Linh Ung Pagoda Marble Mountain

  • Marble Mountains - Ngu Hanh Son The group includes Kim Son (Mountain of Metal), Moc Son (Mountain of Wood), Thuy Son (Mountain of Water), Hoa Son (Mountain of Fire), and Tho Son (Mountain of Earth). Several Buddhist temples have been built into the caves and grottoes, and it's a popular pilgrimage site. The real fun, though, is at the Am Phu cave, where you can make the steep climb up toward the light and a view from the top of the mountain, surrounded by approving sacred images; or head in the opposite direction, physically and spiritually, down to the crude Hieronymous Bosch-esque statues of sinners getting their due in the caverns below, with appropriately eerie lighting. Either way, wear walking or climbing shoes. Open-tour buses will stop here, but you'll be rushed along; any motorbike taxi in Da Nang or Hoi An will be happy to take you and let you set the schedule. Guides are available. Watch out for the rapacious statue-sellers outside.

Vietnam - Da nang - Musée de la sculpture Cham (27)

  • Museum of Cham Sculpture - Bảo Tàng Chăm | Founded in 1915 by the École Française d'Extrême Orient, it houses a collection of stone sculptures from the Hindu-practicing Cham civilization, which occupied much of central Vietnam in the first millennium CE to about the 14th century. The museum can be toured in about an hour. The sculptures are nearly all made of sandstone, and some have weathered badly over the centuries, but you can still appreciate the delightful artistic quality of the figures, which include shiva, garudas, nagas, lions, monkeys, and elephants. The collection also includes striking examples of the ancient Hindu icons of fertility: lingam altars decorated around the sides with rows of breasts. The sculptures were mostly removed from the facades or interiors of Cham ruins (which would have been looted otherwise.) The ruins themselves, such as nearby My Son, now tend to be crumbling piles of bricks and somewhat disappointing, giving little sense of the spectacular artwork produced by the Cham civilization. Any visit to My Son should be paired with a visit to the Cham Museum. The collection is also interesting to compare with Balinese sculpture and the early, Hindu phase of Angkor Wat in Cambodia.

Top Muslim Travel Tips for Da Nang


  • Cham Island Tour Pick up at hotel at 07:00, transfer to Cua Dai beach harbour by an air-con bus. Cruises to the Cham Islands board at 08:00, travelling by wooden boat for 1¼ hours or by speed boat for 30 minutes. On arrival and there are visits to Hai Tang Pagoda and the boat shelter, a local market at Bai Lang and then cruise to Bai Chong for swimming and snorkelling to see the coral reef before having lunch at a local restaurant on the island. Relax for a while after lunch and get ready for cruising back to Cua Dai Beach harbour. Departure is at 15:00 and transfer back to your hotels.
  • Motorbike ride up Monkey Mountain - Son Tra Mountain | If you feel like a ride with an amazing view, rent a motorbike and make your way up the side of Monkey Mountain (aka Son Tra Mountain), where an American army base was once located. Although access to the base is closed off, you can still follow Hoang Saturday Rd. for a good distance and enjoy getting lost in the beautiful scenery on this road that hugs the mountainside while offering an expansive view of the Pacific Ocean. You can also stop off at Linh Ung Temple along the way, both to pay your respects to Quan The Am and to enjoy the wonderful view.
  • My Khe Beach Across the Han River from the downtown, My Khe Beach is a wide, sandy beach long known for its beauty. Locals will often gather here as early in the morning as 05:00 to enjoy the surf while the sun rises over the ocean. Tourists often arrive later on, when the local residents have already started their day; you'll probably find that by 09:00 or 10:00 the beach is mostly deserted. The beach isn't steep, meaning that you can swim far out and still feel your feet touch the bottom. During busy times, lifeguards float around in coracle boats, whistling at those who venture too far out. In the distance on Monkey Mountain, you can make out the giant statue of "Quan The Am" at Linh Ung Temple. There are change rooms and public showers you can use as you enter and leave the water, as well as motorbike parking for a small fee.
  • Ride a motorbike up the Hai Van Pass - Hai Van Pass | The Hai Van Pass is a great day trip from Da Nang (or Hoi An). The road was called "a deserted ribbon of perfection—one of the best coast roads in the world" in the Al Jazeera show Top Gear. Since the tunnel opened, most heavy traffic has diverted from the pass, making the ride much safer, and you'll only meet a few trucks ferrying live animals or dangerous goods, plus quite a few motorbikers coming to enjoy the views. Make sure you ride down the north side of the pass all the way to Lang Co and enjoy the view of the lagoon set against a background of mountains. Make sure you fill up your tank before hitting the pass (there's a petrol station a few kilometers before the road starts climbing) as you won't find petrol there.
  • Salem Spa Garden - Salem Spa branch 2 | The area of Salem Spa Garden is 1000 m², with 45 beds which are designed according to a spa standard and ecological space with different types of room.

How to work legally in Da Nang

There are a number of schools (ILA, Apollo, Academy English Center, and the University of Da Nang) where qualified teachers can teach English. The salaries are many times above the average national wage.

Muslim Friendly Shopping in Da Nang

Shops often operate from the ground floor of their homes, selling any number of things: Coffee, bánh mì sandwiches, dry goods, clothing, SIM cards and more. Walk a little farther and you'll eventually come across a neighbourhood market where people sell fresh foods like fruits and vegetables, eggs, Meat, and fish. You can do a lot of shopping but be aware that, as a foreigner, you're likely to be overcharged unless you haggle. There are an increasing number of supermarkets appearing where prices are fixed.

Han Market Aisles


Large supermarket complex with a mall beneath it and food court above. There is also a CGV cinema on the top level. The Asian-style supermarket is on the third floor. The parking entrance is on Ông Ích Khiêm.

  • Han Market A typical Vietnamese market, with vendors selling everything from shoes to silk and souvenirs, candles to Coffee, and candied plums. The upper part of the building is mainly dedicated to clothing, accessories and silk, while the lower part is mainly dedicated to foodstuffs. There's an extensive fruit and vegetable market on the side that's closest to the river, from which you can access the Han River promenade. Be prepared to negotiate for prices, like at any neighbourhood market.
  • Lotte Mart Shopping Centre Large shopping complex with p-phim/a-nang/lotte-cinema-a-nang.aspx cinema on top level.
  • Metro Cash & Carry An international chain of cash & carry supermarkets, Metro carries most of the things you'd expect to find in other supermarkets: a variety of groceries (including fresh, fully refrigerated Meat, if you're squeamish about buying Meat at the open market), clothes, home and office supplies, electronics, and more. It's a little far from the downtown, but it's easily accessible by taxi, so you can stock up and carry all your bags home easily. You can also arrange for delivery at a nominal cost. Metro requires a membership similar to other membership-only retail warehouse clubs. Also similar is that many times they will extend a one day membership upon request.
  • Oceans Western Goods - Blue Ocean [Market | A small shop that specializes in Western goods, featuring things that are hard to find elsewhere, whether at Big C or Metro: spices, oatmeal, Nutella and baking supplies. If they don't have it and there's a good chance they can order it. Fixed (though expensive) prices for everything. Indispensable if you're spending any length of time in Da Nang.


  • Danang Souvenirs & Cafe - Specialises in tourism souvenirs and gifts about Vietnam and Da Nang. They design their own products, and there is a wide range to choose from, including such typical souvenir products such as t-shirts, teddy bears, key rings and magnets.

Halal Restaurants in Da Nang

1. Halal Food Karim

Rating: 4.8 (178 reviews)
Cuisine: Indian
Address: 186 Đ. Trần Hưng Đạo
Features: Dine-in, Kerbside pickup, No-contact delivery
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 9 pm

A highly-rated restaurant known for its authentic halal Indian cuisine. Offers convenient dining options including dine-in, kerbside pickup, and no-contact delivery.

2. Family Indian Restaurant

Rating: 4.4 (2K reviews)
Cuisine: Indian
Address: 231 Hồ Nghinh
Features: Informal outpost for Indian cooking, affordable pricing

Popular for its delicious and authentic Indian dishes, Family Indian Restaurant offers a casual dining experience. It’s a great spot for enjoying a variety of Indian flavors.

3. Lazeez Indian Restaurant (Halal 100%)

Rating: 4.8 (604 reviews)
Cuisine: Indian
Address: Lô i09 Phạm Văn Đồng
Features: Dine-in, Drive-through, Delivery

Known for its completely halal menu, Lazeez Indian Restaurant provides a range of Indian delicacies. The restaurant caters to various dining preferences including dine-in, drive-through, and delivery.

These restaurants in Danang offer a variety of halal dining options, ensuring that Muslim travelers can enjoy delicious meals with peace of mind.

eHalal Group Launches Halal Guide to Da Nang

Da Nang - eHalal Travel Group, a leading provider of innovative Halal travel solutions for Muslim travelers to Da Nang, is thrilled to announce the official launch of its comprehensive Halal and Muslim-Friendly Travel Guide for Da Nang. This groundbreaking initiative aims to cater to the diverse needs of Muslim travelers, offering them a seamless and enriching travel experience in Da Nang and its surrounding regions.

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The Travel Guide encompasses a wide range of features that will undoubtedly enhance the travel experience for Muslim visitors to Da Nang. Key components include:

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eHalal Group Da Nang is a prominent real estate company specializing in providing Muslim-friendly properties in Da Nang. Our mission is to cater to the specific needs and preferences of the Muslim community by offering a wide range of halal-certified residential and commercial properties, including houses, condos, and factories. With our commitment to excellence, client satisfaction, and adherence to Islamic principles, eHalal Group has established itself as a trusted name in the real estate industry in Da Nang.

At eHalal Group, we understand the importance of meeting the unique requirements of Muslim individuals and families seeking properties that align with their cultural and religious trainings. Our extensive portfolio of Muslim-friendly properties in Da Nang ensures that clients have access to a diverse selection of options tailored to their needs. Whether it's a luxurious villa, a modern condominium, or a fully equipped factory, our team is dedicated to assisting clients in finding their ideal property.

For those seeking a comfortable and modern living space, our condos are an excellent choice. Starting at US$ 350,000 and these condominium units offer contemporary designs, state-of-the-art facilities, and convenient locations within Da Nang. Each condo is thoughtfully designed to incorporate halal-friendly features and amenities, ensuring a seamless integration of Islamic values into everyday living.

If you are looking for a more spacious option, our houses are perfect for you. Starting at US$ 650,000, our houses provide ample living space, privacy, and a range of customizable features to meet your specific requirements. These houses are located in well-established neighborhoods in Da Nang, offering a harmonious balance between modern living and Islamic values.

For those seeking luxury and exclusivity, our luxury villas in Da Nang are the epitome of sophistication and elegance. Starting at US$ 1.5 million and these villas offer a lavish lifestyle with private amenities, breathtaking views, and meticulous attention to detail. Each luxury villa is meticulously designed to provide a serene and halal environment, allowing you to enjoy the finest living experience while adhering to your Islamic principles. For further details please email us at info@ehalal.io

Masjids in Da Nang

Unfortunately, there is still no mosque in Danang or Hoi An due to its small population of local Muslims.

Muslim Friendly hotels in Da Nang

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Stay safe as a Muslim in Da Nang

In general, you'll find that Da Nang is a safer and far more laid back city compared to hectic Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City. As the number of tourists rises, of course, things begin to change. That doesn't mean you'll have to walk down the street clutching your bag like you would in bigger cities. Still, it pays to observe some rules of thumb to avoid unnecessary hassles:

  • Avoid wearing ostentatious jewellery or clothing that flaunts your (comparatively) rich lifestyle.
  • Carry cash and copies of important papers in a thin wallet rather than in a large purse.
  • It's safe to leave a rented motorbike outside during the day, but be sure to bring it inside during the night.

Cope in Da Nang

All the same and the local residents are friendly/curious enough to always be willing to help you, even when there is no common language.


  • Da Nang Women's - The Women's Hospital has a very good reputation in Da Nang for its quality of service, especially for prenatal care.
  • Family Medical Practice - Family Medical Practice is a national group with clinics in Hanoi,Ho Chi Minh City, and Da Nang. Costs are higher than at regular Vietnamese hospitals, but the care is good, and trusted by expats; the resident doctors are expats themselves.
  • Hoan My Hospital - Established around ten years ago, many expats in Da Nang find Hoan My to be a good approximation of a good hospital, with many doctors and nursing staff having been trained in America, Europe, Australia, and elsewhere.

News & References Da Nang

Explore more Halal friendly Destinations from Da Nang

  • Hoi An - see Hoi An - Get In - By bus section for more information

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