Hyatt Regency Danang Residences

With a population nearing one million, Danang is the 4th largest city in Vietnam, benefiting from rapid urbanization, compelling demographics and dynamic economic growth.

Furthermore, the combination of Da Nang’s wide array of recreational, natural, and cultural amenities have contributed to this area’s rise to become a top-tier leisure destination on par with Phuket and Bali. Given Da Nang’s dynamic offering tourists, both locally and internationally, are coming to explore all that Vietnam’s beautiful and charming Central Coast has to offer.

My Son sanctuary

My Son served as a place of worship for the Champa Kingdom during its rule in Vietnam over 500 years ago and reflects architectural influences from China, India and Cambodia. It is today considered Vietnam’s most significant archaeological site.

  My Son Sanctuary
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Hoi An

This charming UNESCO-World Heritage Site was once Vietnam’s most vibrant trading port, tracing back to the 15th century. With its historic buildings, relaxing river lifestyle and unique café scene, it is one of Vietnam’s most charming and attractive tourism destinations.

  Hoi An
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The Nam Hai

The first luxury resort built on Vietnam’s Central Coast. Developed by Indochina Land in 2006, the award winning property has gained a reputation as one of the top resorts in the world and is solidifying the Central Coast of Vietnam as a premiere leisure travel destination in Asia.

  The Nam Hai
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Marble Mountains

This cluster of limestone and marble hills known locally as the Marble Mountains provide a spectacular backdrop to the resort and are home to several Buddhist sanctuaries and cave entries. The mountains are within walking distance from the Hyatt Regency Danang Residences and are a must see for visitors.

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Cham Island

One of Central Vietnam’s best kept secrets, the Cham Islands can be seen from the beach. Comprised of seven islands in total, the area is host to some of Vietnam’s finest coral and marine life, making it an ideal diving and snorkeling destination.

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Hue

The Imperial City of Hue was Vietnam’s cultural and religious center under the Nguyen Dynasty until 1945. The city is famous for its architecture and monuments and boasts numerous attractions including a system of moats and fortresses, palaces, royal tombs, and pagodas that depict the lives and activities of all the kings of Nguyen royalty. Hue is widely considered the culinary capital of Vietnam, and tourists may enjoy countless local specialties in many of the city’s finest dining establishments. Just 3 hours from Danang, visitors typically visit Hue for short stays or for day trips to soak in ancient Vietnamese culture and history.

  Hue
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Bana Hills

Located about 40 minutes outside of Danang, Bana Hills is an entertainment area set atop a 5,000m hillside. One of the world’s longest cable cars takes you to the mountaintop where visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery, visit the newly completed Bana Hills Fantasy Park or just relax in one of the cafes and enjoy the spectacular views afforded by Danang’s dynamic geography.

   
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An Bang Beach

Located approximately 5km north of Hoi An, An Bang Beach is a stylish public beach featuring a number of local restaurants and hip beach clubs offering Mediterranean specialties. A great place to relax, this strip of beachside dining venues is one of the most popular areas for locals and expats alike.

   
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