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The bridge is a reflection of Vietnamese beliefs and culture. In this part of the world, dragons bring rain, essential for agriculture, but they are also symbols of prosperity, the power of the nation, the universe, existence and growth. The size and even the number of lanes also play an important role. Number 6 is considered a lucky number in Vietnamese culture. The dragon is 666 meters long, 66 meters high and has 6 lanes for cars and motorcycles. At night, the bridge is even more beautiful because it is illuminated by 2,500 LEDs which change color every minute. Every weekend, there is a show from 9 p.m. The Yellow dragon on the bridge breathes fire as well as water under changing colors.
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Vietnam Da Nang2 Dragon Bridge
Da Nang is the third largest city in Vietnam by urban population. It lies on the coast of the South China Sea at
the mouth of the Han River, and is one of Vietnam's most important port cities, known as Tourane (or Turon)
during French colonial rule. Da Nang's population is estimated to reach one million inhabitants by 2014
The city is surrounded by mountains to the west, and the South China Sea to the east
a direct route
to both Non
Nuoc and My
Khe Beach. It’s
the longest in
all of Vietnam.
looks like a
by the US-
Cong vien Dieu khac Song Han riverside promenade
back to the Ly
dragon is a
Up until the mid 16th Century Da Nang was a small port
town deployed for ship repairs for its bustling neighbour, Hoi
An. Da Nang then prospered as a bustling port city, the
central region’s largest commercial port, and there was an
influx of European lead investment. The devastation of the
American War in 1969 halted this development. Production
was limited and emergence of extreme poverty and urban
Following the devastation of
the war Da Nang evolved,
with the construction of large
bridges connecting the city
across the Han River.
The bridges of Da Nang not
only contributed to this
industrial development but
also enabled the city to
establish itself as a world-
renowned tourist hub.
Many people travel to Da
Nang to view the bridges
scattered over seven
kilometres around the city
The span of Dragon
Bridge is best viewed at
night when it’s lit up in
bright yellows, blues,
and reds, weaving
across the Han River.
This ancient symbol of
power spits fire and
water from its mouth
on weekend evenings.
The impressive show is
best viewed from one of
the many riverside bars
spouts out of
head twice a
The Dragon Bridge Fire Show attracts huge crowds every Saturday and Sunday, with the imperious golden
dragon erupting with fire from 9.p.m with an impressive light show to match. So if you want to get close,
arrive around 15 to 30 minutes early.
drive across the
the show is
just before the
9:00 pm show
The tourism sector is a vital
component of Da Nang's economy.
It is within 100 km (62 mi) of
several UNESCO World Heritage
Sites, including the Imperial City of
Hue, the Old Town of Hoi An, and
the My Son ruins
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Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu
Sound Hello Vietnam Violin Artist JMI KO
Hue and Hoi An are two of the most famous tourist cities in Vietnam. As they are close to each other, it is
convenient to visit both. In addition, Hai Van Pass – one of the most majestic passes in Vietnam, which connect
Northern and Southern Vietnam, is on the way from Hue to Hoi An, and Da Nang, the third largest city in
Vietnam, offers the country's best pristine beaches, hills, mountains, museums and more