In this article, we want to take you through the top architecture symbols in Da Nang recent years

Tien Son Sports Center

Tien Son Sport Palace was built on an area of more than 94.000m2 in Phan Dang Luu, of which 10,482 m2 is used to build the stadium. The overall design works include a basement and four storeys are arranged in line with the performance of the work. Each floor has its own function and is arranged to facilitate the organization and implementation of the program. To facilitate the travel of spectators as well as the technicians and organizers, works are arranged 7 stairways, 2 elevators, emergency exits and aisles dedicated to people with disabilities. All works are constructed with the technical requirements to ensure accuracy is almost absolute in order to meet organizational needs of the tournament with the facilities and means of modern techniques.

Danang Exhibition Fair Center

Da Nang International Exhibition Fair Center is one of the key works of Da Nang city, with large-scale investment, design and equipment of modern civilization, has the advantages of wide space plane , favorable geographical position. Fair Centre – Exhibition of Da Nang is a convenient place for companies, businesses and foreign galleries, advertising, product introduction, looking for link partners venture investors, seeking developing new technologies for production and market expansion.

Danang Administrative Center

Located at the Tran Phu – Ly Tu Trong intersection beside the Han River, the Da Nang Administrative Center Building is considered to be a landmark of the city. With substantial capital investment, the inclusion of advanced technology in construction, modern designs and smart operation systems, this project marks a new beginning in a public service city. The building constitutes a 23,318 m2 area. The main building is 166,8m in height, rising to 34 storeys.  There are 2 basements and a four-floor podium marked by a cylindrical tower. The total floor area is 65,234 m2.

Inspired by a lighthouse design, the podium depicts a stylized image of a boat combined with an inflated sail. The Administrative Center portrays this symbolism of the Lấy ý aspiration of a young, dynamic city spreading its wings towards globalization. In placing administrative agents in the building and applying an up-to-date management system, the City People Council and the City People’s Committee expect public service to better serve the needs of its clientele.

“Nơm” Bistro – The Giant Fish Trap 

Considered as a giant “Nơm”- 12 metres tall facing the Han river, “Nơm” Bistro is creative and unique architecture in Danang. Located in the classy villas of Green Island, “Nơm” Bistro is designed in traditional style combined with modern space, open garden to welcome sunshine and natural wind, contemplate the beauty of Han River and Tran Thi Ly Bridge. When you come to “Nơm” Bistro, you will experience a comfortable and pleasant atmosphere to enjoy the Vietnamese cuisine that is created by chef with more than 20 years of the experience in 5 star restaurants.

With 200 seats with various space options on the waterfront, outdoor, bar, indoor, VIP area, Nơm is a perfect choice for you to organize parties or company meetings.

Dragon Bridge 

The Dragon Bridge (Vietnamese: Cầu Rồng) is a bridge over the River Hàn at Da Nang, Vietnam.
Construction of the bridge began on 19 July 2009 (the same day as the inauguration of the nearby Thuận Phước Bridge) when the former Prime Minister of Vietnam Nguyen Tan Dung and many high-ranking government officials attended the groundbreaking ceremony.

Dragon Bridge is 666m long, 37.5m wide and has six lanes for traffic. It opened to traffic on March 29, 2013, at a cost of nearly VND 1.5 trillion dong (US$88m). The bridge was designed by the US-based Ammann & Whitney Consulting Engineers with Louis Berger Group. Construction was undertaken by Company No. 508, an affiliate of Civil Construction Engineering Corporation No.5, and Bridge Company No. 75.

Main span was completed on October 26, 2012. The bridge was opened to traffic on March 29, 2013, the 38th anniversary of the liberation of Da Nang City.

This modern bridge crosses the Han River at the Le Dinh Duong/Bach Dang traffic circle, providing the shortest road link from the Da Nang International Airport to other main roads in Da Nang city, and a more direct route to My Khe Beach and Non Nuoc Beach on the eastern edge of the city. The bridge was designed and built in the shape of a dragon and to breathe fire and water each Saturday and Sunday night at 9PM.