Getting to MERCI HOTEL & HOMESTAY is simple, as we are only 2 minutes from the airport, 5 minutes from the train station, and 15 minutes from the bus station. Once you’re here, there is no limit to what you can do.
We are located right in the thick of all the action. We know you’re excited to explore all of the magic Da Nang city has to offer, so that’s why we give you the tools to do so.
You are welcome to rent one of our bicycles to explore this vibrant city and beyond. Around the hotel, you will get to try all of the classic street food Vietnam is famous for. Da Nang City has its own special style of food, and you don’t have to go far to experience it.
Outside of the immediate neighborhood, you just have to cross the famous Dragon Bridge to make your way over to the beautiful beaches to take a dip and enjoy some sun. Go up just a little further, and you are already taking a deep breath of the crisp, fresh mountain air.
We are passionate about our beautiful city, and we love sharing all of our advice and secrets about where to go and what to do with our guests, just like family.
Để tới KHÁCH SẠN VÀ HOMESTAY MERCI rất đơn giản, chúng tôi chỉ cách sân bay 2 phút, cách nhà ga xe lửa 5 phút, cách trạm xe buýt 15 phút. Một khi bạn đã ở đây, không có gì là bạn không thể làm.
Tọa lạc ngay tại khu vực nhộn nhịp với nhiều hoạt động nhất, chúng tôi biết rằng bạn sẽ thật phấn khích khi được khám phá một Đà Nẵng đầy sức hấp dẫn lôi cuốn, đó là lí do tại sao chúng tôi luôn sẵn sàng trang bị phương tiện đi lại cho bạn.
Bạn cứ việc thuê một trong những chiếc xe đạp ở đây để đi khám phá thành phố sôi nổi này và những nơi xa hơn nữa. Xung quanh khách sạn, bạn sẽ có dịp thử những món ăn đường phố nổi tiếng của Việt Nam. Đà Nẵng có những đặc sản rất riêng và bạn hoàn toàn không phải đi xa để trải nghiệm điều đó.
Ra khỏi khu vực đông dân cư, chỉ cần băng qua cầu Rồng nổi tiếng và đi thẳng đến những bờ biển xinh đẹp tuyệt vời, đắm mình vào làn nước mát và tận hưởng ánh mặt trời. Từ đó đi ra xa thêm một chút bạn đã có thể hít thở bầu không khí gần núi tươi mát và thoáng đãng.
Chúng tôi rất mê đắm thành phố của mình, và chúng tôi thật lòng muốn chia sẻ, tư vấn, và bật mí cho quí khách những nơi để đi và những điều phải làm khi ở đây.
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Da Nang International Airport (IATA: DAD, ICAO: VVDN) (Vietnamese: Sân bay Quốc tế Đà Nẵng) is located in Da Nang, the largest city in central Vietnam. It is the third international airport in the country, besides Noi Bai International Airport (Hanoi) and Tan Son Nhat International Airport (Ho Chi Minh City), and is an important gateway to access central Vietnam.
In addition to its civil aviation, the runway is shared with the Vietnamese People's Air Force (VPAF, the Không Quân Nhân Dân Việt Nam), although military activities are now extremely limited. The airport served 5 million passengers in 2014, around six years sooner than expected. An expansion of the new terminal is currently considered to increase its capacity to 10 million passengers per annum by 2020. This airport handled 6,722,587 passengers in 2015, an increase of 34.7% compared with that of 2014.
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. The station, advertised as "the Da Lat of Danang province" by local tourism authorities, was founded in 1919 by French colonists. Linh Ung Pagoda is situated near the station, with a cable car nearby to carry tourists to and from the resort. The Ba Na Cable Car, opened on 29 March 2013, holds the world record for longest non-stop single track cable car at 5801 metres in length.
The Hải Vân Pass (Vietnamese: Đèo Hải Vân, IPA: [ɗɛ̂w ha᷉ːj vən], "ocean cloud pass"), is an approximately 21 km long mountain pass on National Route 1A in Vietnam. It traverses a spur of the larger Annamite Range that juts into the South China Sea, on the border of Đà Nẵng and Thừa Thiên–Huế Province, near Bạch Mã National Park. Its name refers to the mists that rise from the sea, reducing visibility. Historically, the pass was a physical division between the kingdoms of Champa and Đại Việt.
The twisting road on the pass has long been a challenge for drivers traveling between the cities of Huế and Đà Nẵng. Since the completion of Hải Vân Tunnel, traffic flow and safety have improved. Be a careful and mindful driver when attempting for the pass.
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 dating from the 15th to the 19th century, its buildings and street plan reflecting a unique blend of influences, indigenous and foreign. Prominent in the city's old town, is its covered "Japanese Bridge," dating to the 16th-17th century.
Huế (Vietnamese: [hwě]) is a city in central Vietnam that was the seat of Nguyen Dynasty emperors and the national capital from 1802–1945. A major attraction is its vast, 19th-century Citadel, surrounded by a moat and thick stone walls. It encompasses the Imperial City, with palaces and shrines; the Forbidden Purple City, once the emperor's home; and a replica of the Royal Theater.
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Sơn Trà Mountain (Vietnamese: Núi Sơn Trà), known to American soldiers during the Vietnam War as Monkey Mountain, is a mountain located on Sơn Trà Peninsula, in Sơn Trà district, Đà Nẵng, Vietnam, overlooking the Bay of Đà Nẵng and the East Sea. Đà Nẵng Port's Tiên Sa Terminal is located at the base of the mountain's western face, as is nearby Tiên Sa Beach. A military base (now little used) is also located on the mountain.
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