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To travel to Da Nang from Manila, Philippines, you can choose the budget airlines Cebu Pacific Airlines for 3 times a week. So, they just opened direct flight connecting Manila and beautiful city of Da Nang, Vietnam creating a good condition for Filipinos who want to come to visit Da Nang city and Central Vietnam.

The airline they use is Boeing A320 NEO with capacity of 188 seats and they fly often 3 times a weeks on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.


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Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son)

One of the top notch in Da Nang city, Marble Mountains is a group of five hills made of marble and limestone, each with a different elemental name: Water, Wood, Fire, Metal and Earth. In addition to seeing pagodas and exploring caverns, you can take in expansive views of the city and coast of Non Nuoc Beach and some resorts along the coast lines.

Upon reaching here, you not only sightseeing some of the well-known Buddsit temples but have a chance to admire the beauty of the cave as well as knowing the history of the place where Viet Con used one of the caves for hiding.

Moreover, Marble Mountains is also well – known for its marble carving village so you can admire the talent of skilled workers and take for yourself some of the best pictures.

My Khe Beach

Listed as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, My Khe Beach Da Nang is a truly relaxing place where you can lay down on the beach for hours, listening to the sound of the sea while capturing some of the best pictures of this famous beach, not only in Da Nang but the whole central Vietnam.

Dragon Bridge:

Dragon is known as one of Vietnam’s four mythical animals. Hence, Dragon Bridge was built in 2013 to meet the wish of Da Nang people to prosper more in the future.

The Dragon Bridge, a famous bridge that crosses the Han River, is especially beautiful at night when it is lit up and the dragon’s head appears to be breathing fire and water on the weekends. Therefore, Dragon Bridge must be one of the must see in your Da Nang Travel Package from Manila for Filipinos.

Golden Bridge Ba Na Hills:

One of the places that you can not miss when traveling to beautiful Da Nang city. This is a mountain resort and hill station with the Golden Bridge supported by enormous stone hands becoming the symbol of Ba Na Hills. In addition, Ba Na Hills also include lovely gardens, an indoor Theme Park, and a French village and lots of entertainment that you will never forget.

Son Tra Peninsula (Monkey Mountain):

Deserved as a green lung of Da Nang city, Son Tra Peninsula is home to Douc Langurs listing in the Red Book of Vietnam. This is a verdant natural reserve, with the tallest Lady Buddha monument in Vietnam that gazes over the city. Together with some fancy Buddist temples, Son Tra Peninsula is worth coming for any Philippines travelers.

Museum of Cham Sculpture:

Located in the downtown of Da Nang, Cham Sculpture Museum is home to a vast collection of Cham artifacts and sculptures, providing insight into the ancient Cham civilization when the central Vietnam land belonged to the Cham Dynasty and when they Cham people practiced the Hinduism in Vietnam. Upon coming here, you will know much more about the Cham culture.

Hai Van Pass

The border between Da Nang and Hue is separated by the picturesque Hai Van Pass. The pass, which is well-known for its gorgeous views of the South East Sea and verdant surroundings, provides an exciting ride with twisting roads and expansive vistas. It has a significant history in the Vietnam war and today, it is considered as one of the most beautiful coastal roads for any tourists because of its breathtaking beauty and scenery.


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Day 1: Da Nang Arrival

To begin our Da Nang Travel Package from Manila, the guide and driver from Premium Travel Vietnam will come to Da Nang International Airport and meet you up and then transfer to the hotel. Overnight in Da Nang.

Day 2: Ba Na Hills Golden Bridge Full Day

As the sun rises, Manila to Da Nang Tour Package will continue with an hour transfer by private car to one of the amazing places in this city – Ba Na Hills. Thus, Ba Na Hills is known as a small Disney Land in this city and it can feature 4 different seasons in one day and it is a second Sapa or Dalat of Vietnam thanks to its pleasant weather all year round.

In the morning, meet you up at the hotel and we then begin fascinating day trip from Da Nang to the charming hill station of Ba Na Hills. Hence, we will take a leisurely drive to begin your adventure while taking in the breathtaking scenery. Once we arrive in Ba Na Hills, we then take the cable car to get to Golden Bridge. On the way, you can enjoy a lush green jungle forest of Ba Na Hills.

Reaching Golden Hands Bridge, take a stroll across this famed Bridge with giant Hands overlooking the lush forest of Ba Na Mountains. Grab some pictures for your own before we move to sightseeing Le Jardin D’Amour Flower Garden, following with a short walk to Linh Ung Pagoda where you find a tranquil scenery.

Continue the trip with cable car up to the French town. Thus, we then explore the French Village, an enchanting replica of a European town, adorned with charming architecture and vibrant gardens. Moving on with a visit to Fantasy Theme Park with lots of indoor entertainment before we enjoy our lunch in a local restaurant.

After that, our tour guide will escort you to the Lunar Castle and have a panorama of Ba Na Hills when we reach the peak at 1,487 meters high from sea level.

We then end the day with cable car back to the parking area. From here, our drive then takes you back to the hotel.

Day 3: My Son Sanctuary – Basket Boat Tour – Hoi An City Tour

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The third day in our Da Nang Tour Package from Manila starts off the a leisure transfer to the western part of Quang Nam province where we will visit the former holy land of the Champa people – My Son Sanctuary.

My Son Sanctuary which is around 60 km from Hoi An town in Vietnam, is an ancient archaeological site with historical and cultural significance when the Kingdom of Champa had many culture exchanges between the nations such as Dai Viet, Khmer and Indian. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on December 4th, 1999, My Son Holy Land served as a religious and political center for the Champa Kingdom from the 4th to the 13th centuries.

Upon arrival in My Son, we then stroll around the complex that comprises a series of Hindu temples dedicated to various deities, showcasing impressive architectural and artistic achievements. The red-brick towers, adorned with intricate carvings and sculptures, reflect the influence of Indian civilization on the Champa Kingdom.

Thus, My Son owns the remnants of a once-thriving civilization amidst the lush surroundings, making it a must-visit destination for history enthusiasts and those seeking a glimpse into Vietnam’s past.

After that, we then head back our trip to Hoi An where you can enjoy some lunch in a local restaurant. Continue the tour is to head to Cam Thanh Village where you can enjoy Basket Bamboo Boat Tour in a Nipa Palm Forest of this region. Therefore, you’ll learn how to paddle the boat and how to run it.

Besides, you can witness some fishing activities of the local fishermen and watch basket boat spinning performance by the locals. Next, we then transfer you by private car to Hoi An city center.

Here, you will have a leisurely walking tour around Hoi An Ancient town – another UNESCO Heritage Site of Vietnam. During this short walk, you then pay a visit to a Chinese Temple, an Old Merchant House, Hoi An Central Market as well as Japanese Bridge that becomes Hoi An’s unofficial symbol.

End the day trip with transfer back to the hotel.

Day 4: Hue Day Trip from Hoi An

Hue was the capital of Vietnam under Nguyen Dynasty marking the last feudalism in Vietnam from 1802 until 1945. Thus, Hue is now popular with history enthusiasts and for those who want to come and know the history of the city, the marvelous royal architectures and the unique cuisine of this peaceful city in Vietnam. Therefore, Da Nang Travel Package from Manila will lead you to Hue for a day trip to get much more the city, the culture and the people.

So, kick off our day trip with approximately 3 hours drive to Hue Ancient Capital via Hai Van Pass. Thus, Hai Van Pass borders Da Nang to the South and Hue to the North, is a breathtaking mountain road offering stunning panoramic views of the South East Sea and lush landscapes. The pass is renowned for its serpentine twists and turns and it is a popular route for motorbike enthusiasts and provides a memorable journey through Vietnam’s picturesque central coast.

Make a stop at Lang Co town where you can have perspective view of Lang Co Beach and you can grab some pretty pictures. Moving on the tour is to pass by Lap An Lagoon (Oyster Farm) with beautiful setting scenery of Hai Van Pass mountain.

We then keep driving along the countryside of Vietnam until we get to Hue city. On arrival, we then sightseeing Hue Imperial City with 3 walled cities: Hue Citadel, Hue Imperial and Forbidden city built by 2 first Emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty. Hence, we wander off around and see some remnants of the Nguyen’s royal palaces, temples and residences reminding you of the former glorious time of this dynasty.

Have some lunch in a local garden restaurant with truly Hue’s authentic culinary before we are heading our trip to Thien Mu Pagoda. Located on a small hill having a great view of the Perfume river, Thien Mu Pagoda was ever the spot for the Nguyen Kings to write poems and it is served as a main religious center for Hue people who follow Buddism.

Next, we visit a Buddist monastery and see the monk’s living place before we keep moving our journey to take a walk around the magnificent tomb built by the 12th Emperor of the Nguyen regime: Khai Dinh Tomb.

The magnificent royal monument of the Khai Dinh monument was constructed for Emperor Khai Dinh in 1931. The tomb, which combines French, Chinese, and Vietnamese architectural elements, is a singular example of the blending of traditional and colonial styles and features elaborate mosaics and decoration and was the last one built in the Nguyen time.

End the day is to transfer you back to the hotel.

Day 5: Da Nang Departure flight

In the morning, have some free time at the hotel and then our driver and the guide will escort to the airport for your departure flight. Eventually, our Da Nang Tour Package from Manila will come to the end here.


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For the best experience for your holiday in Da Nang, you can various options for your accommodation from luxury ones to an affordable ones.

5 – star hotels

Intercontinental Da Nang resort:

a luxury resort located on the Son Tra Peninsula offering the best views of the ocean with high class services.

Premier Village Danang Resort

Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa

Pullman Danang Beach Resort

Sheraton Grand Danang Resort & Convention Center

4 – star hotels

Golden Lotus Grand Hotel Da Nang

Muong Thanh Luxury Da Nang Hotel

Stella Maris Beach Danang

 Monarque Hotel

Belle Maison Parosand Danang

3 – star hotels

Chi House Danang Hotel & Apartment

Hadana Boutique Hotel

Sanouva Danang Hotel

Jolia Hotel Da Nang Beach

Minh House


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Bun Cha Ca in Da Nang (Fish Cake Noodle Soup):

A delectable noodle soup featuring fish cake slices, vermicelli noodles, and a flavorful broth made from fish bones and turmeric. Topped with fresh herbs and condiments, this local specialty captures the essence of central Vietnamese cuisine, offering a delightful culinary experience in the coastal city.

Nem Lụi (Lemongrass Pork Skewer):

Grilled pork skewers often wrapped in rice paper with herbs and dipped in peanut sauce.

Banh Trang Cuon Thit Heo (Steamed Pork rolled with rice paper):

Rice paper rolls filled with grilled pork, fresh herbs, and vermicelli noodles. These refreshing and savory rolls are typically served with a dipping sauce, offering a delicious and light culinary delight that reflects the vibrant flavors of Vietnamese cuisine in Da Nang.

Bún Thịt Nướng (Grilled Pork Noodles)

Grilled pork served over vermicelli noodles, accompanied by peanuts, herbs, and fish sauce.

Cao Lau (Pork Noodles)

Cao Lau is a distinctive Vietnamese noodle dish associated with Hoi An, but you can also find it in Da Nang. The dish features flat, yellow noodles, slices of pork, greens, and croutons. What sets Cao Lau apart is its unique noodles, which are made with water from specific ancient Cham wells, giving them a distinct taste and texture. The dish is typically topped with bean sprouts, fresh herbs, and sometimes crispy pork skin, providing a harmonious blend of flavors and textures. Cao Lau is a local specialty that reflects the culinary heritage of the region.

Banh Xeo (Pancake)

Crispy Vietnamese pancakes filled with shrimp, pork, bean sprouts, and fresh greens.

Gỏi Cuốn (Spring Rolls)

Fresh spring rolls filled with shrimp, herbs, vermicelli noodles, and sometimes pork.

Lau Hai San (Seafood Hot Pot)

A flavorful broth is brought to a simmer at the center of the dining table. A variety of fresh seafood, such as shrimp, squid, fish, clams, and crab, is then added to the hotpot along with an assortment of vegetables like mushrooms, Napa cabbage, and herbs.


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Dry Season (Late February to August):

March to August: This period is generally considered the best time to visit Da Nang. The weather is warm and dry, with temperatures ranging from 25°C to 35°C (77°F to 95°F). This is ideal for outdoor activities and beach visits.

Rainy Season (September to early February):

September to November: These months can still be a good time to visit, but there may be occasional rainfall because of the storms coming from East Sea and sometimes East wind can cause the region to rain in many days so it leads to some flooding in some low land areas. The temperatures are relatively cooler during this period.

Mid October to February:  this is monsoon season, with chances of monsoon rain. Travel to Hue or Ba Na Hills in Da Nang should carry umbrella and rain coats or cold jackets as it can be cold.


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Travel Insurance:

Purchase travel insurance that covers medical emergencies, trip cancellations, and other unforeseen events.

Currency Exchange:

To buy something in Da Nang or in Vietnam as souvenirs for you or your family, it’s better to exchange some Filipinos Pesos into Vietnam Dong (VND) before travel to Da Nang. In addition, you can do some money exchange at Da Nang International Airport on arrival or get assistance from your local guide in your tour package as he/she knows some better places where you can have good rate when exchange.


If you are a business man and need to get 24/7 connectivity, the first thing to do is to buy a local sim card that is available at the Da Nang airport. With this sim card, you can have 5 GB per day  and can use it in 7 days.

Choose the time to travel:

Da Nang or central Vietnam is pretty busy near Chinese New Year or during this biggest holiday for local people. Therefore, you need to choose the time in order to avoid the crowd. If you prefer the nice beaches with warm weather, March to July will be appropriate for you.

Look for the travel agent for the tour package

If you prefer one of the best travel agencies in Da Nang city, you can have them helped you arrange everything you need from accommodation, transportation, tour guide, flight tickets, restaurants. So, let’s choose Premium Travel Vietnam. This is one of the leading tour companies/travel agents in Da Nang city and can make sure you will have the best holiday experience in Da Nang with best services.


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In addition to some places that we already mentioned above, you can think of some other tourist attractions around Da Nang city:

Hoi An Ancient town

Hoi An, a charming town in central Vietnam, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its well-preserved architecture, historic atmosphere, and vibrant cultural scene. With narrow winding streets are adorned with colorful lanterns, creating a magical ambiance, especially during the famous Full Moon Lantern Festival. Besides, Hoi An Town is renowned for its tailor shops, offering custom-made clothing, and its diverse culinary scene. Visitors can explore traditional markets, and with fresh produce and handicrafts, tourist from Manila can purchase some items here. Coming to this tour, it provides you with a tranquil escape, and enjoy some of the local food such as Cao Lau, “Quang” Noodles, Chicken Rice, Rice Pancake…

My Son Holy Land

Located roughly 50 km from Da Nang city center and around 60 km south west of Hoi An. The UNESCO World Heritage Site My Son Holy Land, in central Vietnam, is well-known for the remnants of an ancient Cham temple. The complex was the Champa Kingdom’s religious hub, dating back to the fourth century. Encircled by dense vegetation, the location displays finely carved sandstone temples honoring Hindu gods, most famously Shiva. My Son is still an important archeological and cultural site that provides a window into Vietnam’s spiritual and historical past, despite the damage caused during the war. My Son Sanctuary offer insights into Cham architecture, religious activities, and the continuing preservation efforts.

Hue Ancient Capital

Border with Da Nang city to the south and it takes approximately 2.5 hours to get there, Hue, Vietnam’s former imperial capital, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site celebrated for its rich history and imperial architecture. Nestled along the Perfume River, the city was the seat of the Nguyen Dynasty from 1802 to 1945. Hue Ancient Capital is known for The Imperial City, a walled fortress within Hue, adorned with majestic palaces, gates, and the iconic Purple Forbidden City as well as Hue’s royal tombs, pagodas, temples and lots of scenic landscapes. The city of Hue is a cultural treasure, reflecting Vietnam’s imperial past and providing a profound experience of its regal heritage through its well-preserved monuments and traditional charm.

Cham Island

For beach lovers from Manila Philippines, Cham Island is a lovely archipelago off the central coast of Vietnam. It is known as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and is home to bright coral reefs, immaculate beaches, and dense woodlands. The islands, which are reachable from Hoi An by boat, provide a peaceful haven with crystal-clear seas perfect for diving and snorkeling. Cham Island is home to a wide variety of aquatic life and coral species and is rich in marine biodiversity. Discover the island’s cultural legacy, savor fresh seafood, and stroll through historic fishing villages. For those looking for a tranquil getaway and an underwater experience, Cham Island is a perfect destination because of its natural beauty and cultural significance.

Cam Thanh Coconut Village

Hoi An’s Cam Thanh Coconut Village, which is close to Hoi An, is a charming place known for its verdant coconut palm orchards and traditional way of life. This former fishing village is well-known for their unusual basket boats made of bamboo. Amidst mangrove woods, tourists can enjoy picturesque boat excursions through slender canals and enjoy the basket boat ride together with seeing traditional fishing and crab trapping on the river. Therefore, Cam Thanh Coconut Village provides a tranquil haven for any travelers.

Thanh Ha Pottery Village

Hoi An’s Thanh Ha Pottery Village is a historic area known for its handcrafted ceramics and is situated close to Hoi An. The village, which dates back more than 500 years, has maintained its artisanal methods and produces exquisite ceramics. Using age-old techniques, talented artists shape clay into a variety of forms, such as lanterns and vases. In addition to seeing workshops, visitors may watch the process of manufacturing pottery and even participate in it. This is another choice for you traveling from Philippines.

Tra Que Vegetables Village

Another village nestling close to Hoi An in Vietnam is Tra Que Vegetable Village. It is a distinctive farming hamlet renowned for its fresh and organic vegetable and herb cultivation. Produce of superior quality is produced in the village because to its rich soil and centuries-old traditional farming practices. Coming here, visitors can get hands-on experience planting and harvesting crops. With its verdant fields and tranquil lush scenery of organic herbs, Tra Que Village offers you a look into Vietnamese rural life and sustainable farming methods.


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Tour cost:

To know the best tour quote from Philippines to Da Nang Vietnam, please contact Premium Travel Vietnam through email: for more details.




–       Private car with air con

–       English – speaking tour guide

–       Cold water and wet tissues

–       Hotels

–       Meals



–       Tipping for guide and driver

–       Travel insurance

–       Other personal expenses

–       Beverages and soft drinks

–       Others not mentioned in the itinerary


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Question (Q): What is included in the Da Nang tour package from Manila?

Answer (A): The package typically includes round-trip airfare, accommodation, airport transfers, guided tours, and some meals. It’s important to check with Premium Travel Vietnam for more assistance.

Q: How many days should be for Da Nang tour from Manila?

A: The duration of the tour may vary, but it is often around 4 to 6 days. The actual length will depend on the itinerary and any optional extensions that you request.

Q: What is the best time to visit Da Nang from Manila?

A: The best time to visit Da Nang is from February to May when the weather is mild and the skies are clear. You can travel to Da Nang from September to November but travel concerns will be as this is the rainy season.

Q: What type of clothing should I pack for the trip?

A: Pack light and breathable clothing, as Da Nang has a tropical climate. Don’t forget essentials like rain coats and cold jackets if you travel here between Mid – October till February.

Q: Can I customize my Da Nang tour itinerary?

A: Definitely. We may offer flexible packages that allow you to customize certain aspects of your itinerary. Confirm this with Premium Travel Vietnam beforehand.

Q: What currency is used in Da Nang, and can I use credit cards?

A: The official currency is the Vietnamese Dong (VND). While credit cards are accepted in larger establishments, it’s advisable to carry some cash for smaller shops and local markets.


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