Wonderful Danang

and surrounding areas, stuff to do and experience around Iris Hotel Danang

Daily tour available

Han Market

119 Tran Phu street, 1.4 km and 5 minutes form IRIS Hotel,

The most important trading point of Da Nang City, Han market is popular among local and tourist alike. Located at the grand intersection of Tran Phu Street, Bach Dang Street, Hung Vuong Street and Tran Hung Dao Street, this famous market holds a very important position in the history of the city.


Con Market

294 Ong Ich Khiem street, 350m from IRIS Hotel, 2 minutes by car or motorbike

The market was first established in the 1940s on a hillock at the centre of the city. At that time, it was a perfect trading venue for the many traders from the city and the rural districts of Dai Loc, Que Son and Thang Binh in Quang Nam Province. The traders sold their locally-grown agricultural products, mainly fresh vegetables and poultry

BigC Supermarket

255 Hung Vuong street, 450m from IRIS Hotel, 5 minutes by car or motorbike

In 1998, we opened the 1st hypermarket in Vietnam, located in Dong Nai province. Since then, our commitment stay the same: provide Vietnamese product at the lowest price. In April 2016, Big C Vietnam joined Central Group Thailand, one of the leading retailers in the South Asia region.


Hàn River bridge

1.50 km from IRIS Hotel, 5 minutes by car or motorbike

Hàn River bridge is a bridge in Da Nang, Vietnam. Da Nang lies on the west side of the Hàn River and the beaches are to the east.
In the middle of the night, traffic is stopped from crossing the Song Han Bridge and it swings on its axis to allow shipping traffic to pass along the river. The Song Han Bridge in Danang is a cable-stayed bridge that is lit up brightly at night. The area around the bridge is the location of Da Nang's cultural center.

The Dragon Bridge

2 km from IRIS Hotel, 5 minutes by car, 10 minutes by motorbike

Dragon Bridge in Da Nang is the longest bridge in Vietnam, offering a dazzling display of lights, fire, and water that no first-time visitor to Da Nang should miss out on. Measuring at 666 metres in length, it is located in Da Nang City and constructed in the shape of a golden dragon.


Tran Thi Ly Bridge

3.5 km from IRIS Hotel, 7 minutes by car, 10 minutes by motorbike

Da Nang’s Tran Thi Ly Bridge is the fifth bridge up the Han River, about 1 km south of the Rong (Dragon) Bridge. The construction of the 1,709 billion VND bridge began in April 2009, and it was officially opened to traffic on 29 March 2013.
With its suspension cables, the bridge forms an upside-down capital “Y” and is intended to look like sails facing towards the East Sea. The bridge has emerged as a must-see feature of Da Nang and an ideal place for visitors who like taking souvenir photos during their stay in the city.

Museum of Cham Sculpture

2 at 2/9 street, 2 km from IRIS Hotel, 5 minutes by car, 10 minutes by motorbike

The Museum of Cham Sculpture is a museum located in Hải Châu District, Đà Nẵng, central Vietnam, near the Han River.
The establishment of a Cham sculpture museum in Da Nang was first proposed in 1902 by the Department of Archaeology of EFEO. Henri Parmentier, a prominent archaeologist of the department, made great contributions to the campaign for its construction. Reportedly founded in 1915 as the Musée Henri Parmentier, its first building opened in 1919 and was designed by two French architects, M. Deleval and M. Auclair, who were inspired by Parmentier to use some traditional Cham elements in the composition.


My Khe Beach

4.3 km from IRIS Hotel, 10 minutes by car, 15 minutes by motorbike

The Mother Nature has endowed Da Nang dynamic city with the unique and stunning beauty of My Khe beach Da Nang. In 2005, the prestigious American business magazine – Forbes named My Khe beach as “one of the most attractive beaches on the planet” title.


6.5 km from IRIS Hotel, 8 minutes by car, 15 minutes by motorbike

Asia Park Danang is a combination of unique features, novelty of entertainment models in the world with special features of East Asia. Spreading on an area of 868,694 m2 on the west bank of the Han River.

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Son Tra Peninsula

8.0 km from IRIS Hotel, 10 minutes by car, 15 minutes by motorbike

Unlike other coastal areas in Da Nang, the Son Tra peninsula has benefited by a conservation order which has kept big resorts at bay. This means it remains a scenic escape from the rapidly growing urban area of Da Nang city

Linh Ung Pagoda

11 km from IRIS Hotel, 15 minutes by car, 20 minutes by motorbike

Linh Ung pagoda is the largest pagoda of scale and artistic architecture. It is so famous for the huge statue of Lady Buddha – 67m high. Considered as the largest pagoda by its scale and artistic architecture in Danang city, Linh Ung pagoda with the highest statue of Lady Buddha (actually Lady Bodhisattva) in Vietnam created a wonderful place where visitors can free their mind by enjoying boundless ocean, beautiful and lively coastal road.

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Marble Mountain

11 km from IRIS Hotel, 15 minutes by car, 20 minutes by motorbike

Da Nang Marble Mountain is one of the most popular natural attractions in Hoi An, Da Nang. Even it is not really high, the exotic beauty of Marble Mountain is quite impressive. Kim Son (mountain of metal), Moc Son (Mountain of Wood), Thuy Son (Mountain of Water), Hoa Son (Mountain of Fire), and Tho Son (Mountain of Earth). Marble Mountains have attractive sights such as Da Chong tunnel, Ba Tho Cave, Hades Cave, Huyen Khong Cave, Linh Ung Pagoda, Vong Giang ...

Ba Na hill

15 km from IRIS Hotel, 20 minutes by car, 30 minutes by motorbike

Bà Nà Hill Station (or Bà Nà Hills) is a hill station and resort located in the Trường Sơn Mountains west of the city of Da Nang, in central Vietnam, Bà Nà Hill at an altitude of 1,487m, Sun World Ba Na Hills are considered as “One temperate place in the tropical forest” because the climate is cool all the year round and you can enjoy four seasons within a single day.


Hoi An Ancient town

30 km from IRIS Hotel, 40 minutes by car, 50 minutes by motorbike

Hoi An Ancient town is located in Viet Nam's central Quang Nam Province, on the north bank near the mouth of the Thu Bon River. Hội An formerly known as Fai-Fo or Faifoo, is a city with a population of approximately 120,000 in Vietnam's Quảng Nam Province and noted since 1999 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Old Town Hội An, the city's historic district, is recognized as an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port

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