The resort is 55 kilometres from the airport, or about an hour by resort private car or the airport shuttle.
Points of interest
My Son Sanctuary
Explore the Champa civilisation which dates between the 4th and 12th centuries. Admire the sculptural masterpieces of Champa culture at the My Son Sanctuary.
Danang is a dynamic and growing city with a panoramic riverfront. With many beautiful beaches, it is also close to several UNESCO heritage sites.
A visit to Han Market is a must to experience a typical Vietnamese marketplace. This 28,000 sqm bi-level behemoth sells everything from dried fruits to designer knockoffs.
Hoi An Ancient Town
Hoi An Ancient Town is one of the most charming and well-preserved port towns of South East Asia. With a history dating back to the 17th century, the town is home to a variety of traditional handicrafts, quaint streets and villages.
Imperial Capital of Hue
Visit Hue, the imperial capital of Vietnam, dated from the 19th century. Discover the most famous sites of this amazing and bustling ancient city.
Visit the ancient capital of Vietnam and the famous Citadel with temples, harems and grand palaces of the Nguyen Dynasty. Also discover the tomb of Emperor Kha Dinh, an architectural marvel with an incredibly unique style.
Danang Museum of Cham Sculpture
Located in the centre of the city, the Cham Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of artifacts from the ancient Cham civilisation.
The Marble Mountains are famous limestone formations protruding from the Non Nuoc beach just outside Danang. The Cham people originally lived in the caves throughout the mountains. Today, the surrounding area is home to local artisans who produce artworks and sculptures.