Travel: Da Nang, Vietnam

Travel in Vietnam Da Nang.JPGDanang is one of Vietnam’s most exciting and vibrant cities. Boasting an international airport, long stretches of pristine beach and a number of cultural sites within driving distance, it’s little wonder why the city garners so much interest.

Nowadays, as well as being known as a city with a high quality of life, Danang has a great opportunity to leverage its budding entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Some highlights on the places to go in Da Nang, Vietnam;

Discover the beauty of the lush Vietnamese countryside and hop on an unforgettable cable car ride up to the scenic and fun-filled Ba Na Hills mountain resort.

Son Tra (Monkey) Mountain is a breath-taking national park in Da Nang that stands 693 metres above sea level.

You will be amazed to see the Feench Colonial in Ba Na Hills. It has one of the longest cable car in South East Asia – 5 KM.

Watch the video footage to see what’s happening there!

In case if you need some ideas on your itinerary there,

Day 1
Arrived at Da Nang Airport
Checked in Sunshine Hotel
Touring Hoi An Ancient City

Day 2
Touring Hoi An Acient City by bike
Checked out hotel and leave to Da Nang
Checked in at Gaston Hotel and rent bike
Monkey Mountain
Touring Da Nang through 4 bridges
– Han River Bridge – the country’s first swing bridge
– Thuan Phuoc bridge – the country’s longest cabled-stay bridge
– Dragon Bridge in Da Nang is the longest bridge
– Tien Son Bridge
Went to Sun World Da Nang Wonders
Helio Night Market

Day 3
To Ba Na Hill by Bike
Son Tra Mountain
Shopping galore at
– Han Market
– Con Market


Movie Review: Chasing The Dragon

Genre : Action Crime
Language : Cantonese
Director : Jason Kwan, Wong Jing
Casts : Donnie Yen, Andy Lau
Release date : 28 September 2017

Ho (Donnie Yen) slipped into Hong Kong from Mainland China in the 60s’. At that time, Hong Kong Police Force partnered with the triads under British colonial rule. Corruption was as rampant as ever. Chief Detective Lee Rock (Andy Lau) appreciated Ho’s exceptional fighting skills and guts, thus helped him escape further torture by British Police. Ho was grateful to Rock for his help. During one of the gang fights, in order to save Rock, he even sacrificed his right leg, hence becoming “Crippled Ho”. The two had since developed a close brotherly love. And Rock helped Ho to become the No.1 leader of the drug empire. Rock and Ho became extremely powerful and separately ruled the upper-world and the underworld of Hong Kong. However, at the same time, they checked and wrestled with each other secretly to ensure the balance of power between them. Until 1974, the establishment of ICAC forced Rock to have a premature retirement. However, Ho did not want to quit, and was determined to become the sole dictator of the drug empire…