Khai Dinh ordered a tomb that had heavy French elements within its design. Unlike to his predecessors’, Khai Dinh’s tomb is built like a monument – built mainly of concrete, preceded by a wrought-iron triple gate; inside, guests will find a riotous battle between Eastern and Western design elements, colorfully decorated with pieces of broken glass and porcelain.
Khai Dinh Tomb
Driving 9km south of Danang city center on the famous beachfront boulevard Truong Sa, travelers can find one of the most popular attractions of the region, the Marble mountains. It is a group of five marble and limestone mountains, named after the five elements of the ancient oriental philosophy: metal, wood, water, fire and earth.
My Khe Beach
My Khe is long well-known for its beauty among many locals and international tourists and now its fame has been confirmed by the American leading economic magazine Forbes: the 900m long beach is claimed as one of the six most attractive beaches on the planet.
My Son Holy Land
Champa culture had great influences on Vietnam’s cultural values of significance. The former capital of the Champa Kingdom from 4th to 15th century was My Son Sanctuary (My Son Holy Land) in Quang Nam province, central Vietnam.