1. Citron Restaurant
+ Address:Bãi Bắc, bán đảo Sơn Trà, Đà Nẵng
+ Price: 700.000 – 2.000.000 VND
Located in the world-class InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula system, this restaurant has luxurious, modern style and international five-star quality, and it is not difficult to understand. All dishes are carefully processed and beautifully decorated on the plate with exquisite fancy patterns, showing the passion of the chefs. From Vietnamese to Asian cuisine, European cuisine is carefully prepared using the freshest ingredients. When dining at the Citron restaurant, you will taste the wonderful combination of the world cuisine.


2. Waterfront Danang Restaurant & Bar
+ Address: 150 Bạch Đằng, Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng
+ Price: 200.000 – 900.000 VND
If you want to find the ideal dating place, wedding anniversary, and fireworks at the Danang International Fireworks Festival, then the sincere suggestion is to go to Waterfront Danang Restaurant & Bar. The restaurant is located on the most beautiful Bach Dang street in Da Nang, next to the romantic Han River, so it is a good place for you to enjoy the city lights while enjoying the water spray from the Long Bridge and making fire while enjoying dinner.

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3. Le Bambino
+ Address: 122/11 Quang Trung, Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng
+ Price: 600.000 – 1.200.000 VND
Le Bambino is one of the best French cuisine restaurants in Da Nang. The warm space and brilliant candles make the atmosphere full of romance and luxury. The restaurant has a wide pool and small dining table. You will be amazed when dining at this restaurant, because at the time the restaurant didn't feel noisy, French elegance seemed to perfectly show how to eat. Before the main course is served, you can enjoy appetizing while listening to the melodious music. Try grilled steak and foie gras here, as they certainly won't disappoint you. Foie gras is cooked so that the steak melts in the mouth when it touches the lips.

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4. La Maison 1888
+ Address: InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, Bãi Bắc, Bán đảo Sơn Trà, Đà Nẵng
+ Price: 200.000 – 2.000.000 VND
Maison also belongs to the InterContinental Danang La Maison system, but La Maison's impression of diners is completely different from Citron restaurant. (Retro style. This restaurant has been selected by CNN as the top ten best new restaurants in the world. It is a beautifully decorated French castle. This restaurant is based on authenticity by a world-renowned architect Ancient story and architectural design of an old French house.


5. The Rachel Restaurant & Bar DaNang
+ Address: 166-168 Bạch Đằng, Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng
+ Price: 100.000 – 700.000 VND
Although The Rachel Restaurant & Bar is small compared to other restaurants, it is popular with many tourists because it is located on Bach Dang, the most beautiful street in Da Nang. From outside to the bar, the yellow light system is ubiquitous, and on the sidewalk on the first floor are wine display cases of world-renowned brands. The restaurant serves a variety of Asian and European delicacies prepared by chefs from Danang's famous resorts. On one side is a lounge bar called Blue Bar that serves wine, cocktails or smoothies.


6. The Temptation Restaurant
+ Address: 125 Hồ Nghinh, An Hải Bắc, Sơn Trà, Đà Nẵng
+ Price: 100.000 – 700.000 VND
The Temptation Restaurant is located near My Khe Beach, a 15-minute walk. You can spend an afternoon at the beach and wait for the sunset to the restaurant. Chandeliers hanging on both sides of the interior sparkle, immersing the space in romance and sweetness. Each table has 4 chairs under a large umbrella for small groups or couples to date. You will feel the cool wind blowing over your hair, and the flowers planted on the porch exude a floral fragrance.


7. Memory Lounge
+Address: Số 7 Bạch Đằng, Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng
+Price:200.000 – 400.000 VND
Memory Lounge is the only floating restaurant in Da Nang, strategically located next to the Han River Swing Bridge. The unique leaf shape design is impressive, and the restaurant lights seem to float on a poetic river like a leaf. Memory Lounge is designed with excellent glass so the best images of the Han River, Swing Bridge and Da Nang Street can be captured anywhere in the restaurant.


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Ride a motorbike ewill help you explore around the biggest lake in Hanoi. It will be a lot of fun to drive around relaxingly, enjoy the fresh air, stop to take some fantastic, unique, special, colorful sunset pictures, and go across the red river through the oldest bridge in Hanoi with French architecture, and visit the oldest pagoda in Hanoi.

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2. Travel around 36 Ancient streets by cyclo
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3. Drink beer at Ta Hien Beer Street
Ta Hien is a small street lying in famous Old Quarter of Hanoi, near Hoan Kiem Lake. The street just stretch 200 meters, but it is one of the most crowded streets in Old Quarter particularly and in Hanoi generally. Ta Hien has the most specific features of both old Hanoi and modern Hanoi. It is named “international crossroad”, drawing many foreign visitors and also Hanoi people. Summer in Hanoi is quite hot and dam. And that is the reason why people choose cool beer as a preferable drinking. In the afternoon, hundreds foreign travelers and Vietnamese people gather in this small street and enjoy a cup of iced beer after a hard-working day. They just sit on a small-sized plastic chair, hold their beer mug, order some snack foods and chat with their friends. Other foreigners would like to sit in corner of the street and watch the daily life as well as the very charming clutter of Hanoi.


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5. Take pictures in Long Bien Bridge

Once you visit Hanoi, try once for a walk on Long Bien Bridge. You will sense a peaceful space, a bit old and majestic scenes that are very different from the bustling life that you see in the centre of Hanoi. For more than a century, Long Bien bridge across the Hong River is not only a witness to the great history of Hanoi people, but also a quaint corner that is familiar among the bustling center of Hanoi. So, as a great replacement for the old railway selfie spot, Long Bien has started to welcome more and more visitors both in the country and from foreign countries and become a much more popular destination for youngsters than it used to be.


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9. Visit Imperial Citadel of Thang Long
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