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Set on the East Sea, Danang is Vietnam’s third-largest city. Located in the Ngu Hanh Son District, the Sheraton Grand Danang Resort is directly on Vietnam’s breathtaking central coastline, where crystal-clear water laps against a sandy beach adorned with rows of palm trees. Both the Danang Train Station and Da Nang International Airport (DAD) can be reached by car in 20 minutes.

Step out onto our gorgeous stretch of Non Nuoc Beach. Play beach volleyball, surf, swim in the clear blue sea, or just soak up some sun. Play a round of golf on Danang Golf Club, which is just a few minutes by foot from our resort. Situated in a French colonial-style building, the small but unique Museum of Cham Sculpture contains the world’s largest collection of Cham artifacts, which date back to the 7th through the 15th centuries. Less than a five-minute drive from our resort, the Marble Mountains are a top attraction named after the five elements: metal, wood, water, fire, and earth. In addition to enjoying scenic views, adventure seekers can explore this mountain cluster’s limestone caves and unusual Buddhist grottos. Admire stunning sea views and the impressive 67-meter Guanyin statue at the Buddhist Linh Ung Temple.

Visit the nearby UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Dating back more than 2,000 years, Hoi An Ancient Town is filled with many lovely wooden houses, historic buildings, assembly halls, and museums. Previously the capital of Vietnam, Hue’s Imperial City boasts a fascinating walled fortress and palace. The Hindu complex My Son in Duy Xuyên District is also worth visiting. Son Tra Peninsula is known for its forest surrounded by pristine beaches, and stunning bridges span the Han River.

Shop at Vincom Plaza, Indochina Riverside Towers, and Parkson, or browse Han Market and Con Market for local handicrafts and souvenirs. After a fun day of activities, sample some delightful Vietnamese cuisine—including fresh local seafood, noodle soup, and prawn pancakes—or take a food tour around town to enjoy an assortment of Danang’s delicious street food.