Dragon Bridge is the longest bridge in Vietnam — shaped in a golden dragon that offers a dazzling display of lights, fire, and water that no visitor should miss.`
The Dragon Bridge is a 666 metre bridge that is located in Da Nang. It traverses the Han River and provides direct access to My Khe Beach and Non Nuoc Beach. Aside from being a popular sight for travel photographers because of its breathtaking views, it’s also a significant landmark in the city. Officially opened in 2013, it commemorates the 38th anniversary of the city’s liberation. Plus, locals believe (dating back to the Ly Dynasty) that it’s shape, the dragon, is a significant symbol of power, nobility, and good fortune.
The Dragon Bridge is located in the Da Nang city centre.
Opening Days and Hours
You can visit and view the bridge any time of the day, any day of the week.
Entry Fee and Bookings
There are no entrance fees to access the bridge.
How to Get There
Fly directly to Da Nang via JetStar, Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Express, and Vietnam Airlines.
From the airport, grab a taxi or Uber to reach the city centre and the Dragon Bridge.
- Backpackers/solo travelers
- Group of friends
Time to Spend
The average time spent on this attraction is 1 to 2 hours.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
You can opt to view the bridge at night to see it illuminated with colourful LED lights. However, it also tends to get packed with tourists during this time.
You can also opt to view the Dragon Bridge from a number of popular restaurants and cafes. Options include Phuong Kieu Kieu, Bookscha, Banh Xeo Ba Duong, the Garden House, and Sky View Lounge.
- Phap Lam Pagoda
- Dana Dragon
- Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture
Accommodations near the Dragon Bridge include Do Hai Hotel, Nam Lam Hotel, One Opera Danang Hotel, and White Snow Hotel Danang. Prices range from USD 17 to USD 60 per night.