Recent Searches
Clear
Dragon Bridge (Cau Rong)
Dragon Bridge (Cau Rong)

Dragon Bridge (Cau Rong)

Free admission
Nguyen Van Linh, Phuoc Ninh, Son Tra, Da Nang

The basics

The Dragon Bridge is one of Da Nang’s architectural symbols and is therefore on the itinerary of most sightseeing tours. You’re likely to visit Dragon Bridge on night tours that focus on both street food and illuminated sights such as Lady Buddha and the Marble Mountains, and during day trips that give an overview of the city by stopping at top sights such as the Linh Ung Pagoda, Son Tra Mountain, and My Son Sanctuary.

Show all
DA NANG NIGHT LIFE Tour with MARBLE MOUNTAIN & LADY BUDDHA STATUE, DRAGON BRIDGE
DA NANG NIGHT LIFE Tour with MARBLE MOUNTAIN & LADY BUDDHA STATUE, DRAGON BRIDGE
star-4.5
$80.00 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Great Guide. Great Tour.
Our guide was well spoken with lost of life experiences with an open view. Content and timing was perfect. Totally Recommended. Thanks.
4Brierleys, Apr 2019

Recent reviews from experiences in Da Nang

star-5
Excellent day!
Paul, Mar 2020
Guided Fullday Tour :Golden Bridge,Dragon Bridge,Marble Mountain,Monkey Mountain
This is a very full day tour but well worth it. Our tour guide was friendly and very knowledgeable. The Golden Bridge and Marble Mountain are a must see! Would definitely recommend this tour.
star-5
The Key to Hoi An
ruthjmclennan, Feb 2020
Golden Bridge-Dragon Bridge-Marble Moutain-Monkey Mountain fromHoi An or Da Nang
Key our tour guide was IMMENSE. SO knowledgeable who truly made this tour and our day what it was! Would recommend!
star-5
Excellent tour and tour guide
kmaher2019, Sep 2019
Da Nang city Tour with Marble Mountain, Lady Buddha Statue, Dragon Bridge
We had a wonderful day looking around these sights. Our tour guide Andy was amazing. He was funny, knowledgeable friendly and helpful. He took photos of us and promptly sent them to us. We saw lots of monkeys at the Lady Buddha Statue. Definitely worth doing
We perform checks on reviews

Things to know before you go

  • On either side of the traffic lanes, there are two pedestrian walkways that allow you to cross the bridge on foot; the bridge is wheelchair and stroller accessible.
  • Along the waterfront adjacent to Dragon Bridge, you can see marble carvings of deities and animals.
  • On either side of the bridge, you’ll find an abundance of restaurants and bars, some of which feature terraces that overlook the landmark.
Show all

How to get there

As the shortest road link between the Da Nang International Airport and the bulk of Da Nang city, you’re likely to pass over this bridge when you arrive in or depart from Da Nang. To enjoy the best views from the bridge, travel across it on a motorbike taxi.

Show all


When to get there

On Saturday evenings and public holidays, the head of the Dragon Bridge spurts fire and water—it's an incredible sight that’s best viewed from either the water during a cruise or on the easter bank of the Han River, directly below the head.

Show all

Nightlife in Da Nang

Just like the Dragon Bridge, the city of Da Nang bursts into life at night. After the sun sets, begin your evening with either a dinner cruise on the Han River or a stroll along the waterfront promenade, which is lined with lively bars and restaurants. Then, drink in a cocktail and some sweeping city views from the Sky36 bar or ride to Sun Wheel for illuminated panoramas.

Show all
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
What are the nearest attractions to Dragon Bridge (Cau Rong)?
A:
Q:
What else should I know about attractions in Da Nang?
A:
As well as visiting the Dragon Bridge (Cau Rong), check out these trip ideas to make the most of your visit: