InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort Da Nang
While most tourists neglect Vietnam's third-largest city in favor of nearby Hué and Hoi An, Danang has considerable charm in its own right. The economic powerhouse of central Vietnam, it combines the buzz of a bigger city with beautiful beaches and great restaurants. A lot of money has recently been poured into tree-lined boulevards, bridges and beachside resorts.
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... Sơn (Mỹ Sơn means beautiful mountains). This UNESCO world heritage site is home to several Hindu temples that were constructed between the 4th and the 14th century. At one time, the site encompassed over 70 temples but many of these temples were destroyed as a result of bombings during the Vietnam war in 1969. I wandered around and inside these ruins for a couple of hours wondering what life might of been ...
... t understand the money one minute handing over dollars next millions of Dong! Fiye very helpful made sure we were checked in ok, directed us to security, started to worry a tad when he started holding my arm! What's that all about? However he proclaimed we are now good friends, so next time We are in Hanoi we are going for a "Bia Hoi" street beer, then round to his place for food. Flight to Danang uneventful little bumpy ...
... they would never have gone up. They thought it odd that we requested a different lifejacket because only one strap did up. They replaced it with one that had two working straps! It was loads of fun.
Dinner was at Miss Li's, a little place recommended to us by some fellow Aussies. Owned by a local family it sells traditional Vietnamese food.
The journey from Hue to Danang is truly spectacular. The train winds its way down the coast, lush green mountains on one side, bright turquoise ocean and white sandy beaches on the other. The Hai Van Pass is now well-known thanks to the Top Gear Vietnam Special a few years ago and there were adverts all over Hue for the Top Gear motorbike tour through the Pass. The train journey, however, gives me ample opportunity to really appreciate what a beautiful country Vietnam is.
... times on the way, the cable car seemed to have stopped in earnest when we were about halfway up. I looked down and couldn't see my starting point. I looked up and didn't see the destination. I couldn't make out any other people in the other cars. There was no way of communicating with anyone. And I had only half a bottle of water left. The lightning struck the lightning rod on the tower only a few meters away. A deafening bang followed. And again. And again. I am not ...