ABOUT DA NANG
Da Nang, formerly called Tourane during the French colonial rule was amongst the major port cities in Vietnam during the 19th century. The city is situated on the South Central Coast of Vietnam.
The central Vietnam region is rich in history. The region is where the ancient Kingdom of Champa ruled from 192 through 1832. The Chams’ heritage is much visible to this date by way of the many towers spread across the region, the most renowned being that of My Son.
NGU HANH SON
Ngu Hanh Son or “five elements mountains” is a cluster of five marble and limestone hills in Ngu Hanh Son ward, south of Da Nang City. The five “mountains” are named after the five elements of metal (Kim), water (Thuy), wood (Moc), fire (Hoa) and earth (Tho). The area is famous for stone sculptures and the main roadis a fascinating display of gigantic stone sculptures of various sizes and shapes.
Pulchra Resort Da Nang rests on 10 hectares of beachfront land on the Ngu Hanh Son district of Da Nang in the south Central Coast region of Vietnam. This sanctuary is 13 km from the Da Nang International airport. There are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the region (and their distance from Pulchra Resort Da Nang): The ancient town of Hoi An (17 km), the Imperial City of Hue (120 km) and My Son ruins (70 km).
Da Nang has a tropical monsoon climate with short dry season, mostly hot and humid as it is located north of the equator. The warm season is from May to September. The cold season is from November to February. Rainy season is from late September through December. On average, Da Nang gets drenched with as much sun as rain. Temperature is pleasant ranging from 25° to 35° during the day year round
Vietnam uses the ICT (Indochina Time) time zone and is 7 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC +7 hours).
The official legal tender is the Vietnamese Dong /ˈdɒŋ/ (VND). The U.S. Dollar, Euro, Pound and various major currencies are easy to exchange in banks. There is a law in effect prohibitting transaction other than in Dong