- Marble mountain a popular place for spiritual retreat and pilgrimage, is composed of several pagodas Buddhist, remnants of the Champa civilization and caves inside the mountains, natural caves formed by erosion, water and the passage of time.
- Hai Van Pass From Hoi An to Hue, you shouldnt miss taking over Hai Van Pass, located along the Hai Van mountain side, between Thua Thien-Hue and Da Nang city. It is the highest and the most beautiful pass in Vietnam (about 500 meters above sea level), and it is the final mountain belonging to Truong Son. In the top of the Pass, the trail of ancestors still remains, picture perfect panoramic view.
- Lang Co beach, Oyster farming village Seen from above, Lang Co beach is a picture of beautiful pristine body of water surrounded by mountains, tropical jungles, and the boundless blue sea, absorbing thousands of tourists. For those who are fond of sea entertainment, this is actually a good choice thanks to the sloping sea, fine and clean sand, great moderate waves and games of swimming, diving, sailing or more simply, relaxation.
Lang Co makes a great impression on travelers with its stunning views of the encircling mountains and the quiet and tranquil ambiance. Lang Co Beach is the destination for those who want to get away from the crowd and who want to have a private holiday.
When touring around Lang Co, do not forget to enjoy various kinds of seafood such as shrimp, lobster, sea shrimp, crab, butterfish, mackerel, and oysters. Not far from the beach, there is Chan May scenery and Lang Co fishing village which is worth exploring as well.
- The Elephant Springs make for an excellent break in your journey between Hue and Da Nang or vice versa. Packed out with Vietnamese during the weekend, the drive into the springs takes you through the vibrant jungle. The springs are a series of small waterfalls, ponds and remain in pristine condition.
NOTE: Extra charge: 10$ more for visiting The Elephant Springs.
- My Son Sanctuary, known as the Kingdom of Cham, is a cluster of abandoned and partially ruined Hindu temples constructed between the 4th and the 14th century AD. The temples are in a valley roughly two kilometers wide that is surrounded by two mountain ranges, are dedicated to the worship the god Shiva, known under various local names. My Son is perhaps the longest inhabited archaeological site in Indochina, but a large majority of its architecture was destroyed during the Vietnam War.
My Son temple complex is regarded one of the foremost Hindu temple complexes in Southeast Asia and is the foremost heritage site of this nature in Vietnam.