Each of the four seasons appears within a single day in Ba Na: spring in the morning, summer at noon, autumn in the afternoon and winter at night. One particular characteristic is that the clouds are at the mid-height of the mountain, so the peaks are always clear. Ba Na also possesses very beautiful forests with green pine hills.
The Marble Mountains are famous for traditional stone engraving activities. In Dong Hai Village close to Thuy Son, 600 families chisel stone producing statues, jewelry, and art work. Stone from the Marble Mountains has been exported to many countries.
My Son Holyland has proved its unique value throughout obtaining the title of “The World’s Heritage Site” given by UNESCO. Indeed, My Son Sanctuary can be considered not only as an imperial city during the Cham Dynasty but also as the most important Holy Land of the Champa Kingdom from the late 4th to the 15th centuries, since it reflects an exceptional example of unique cultural interchange, which owed its spiritual and architectural origins to the Indian Hinduism introduced into Southeast Asia and developing gradually on the coast of Vietnam.
The Non Nuoc Fine Arts Village has a three or four-hundred-year history. This is affirmed by some steles which still remain at some ancient pagodas in the Quang Nam Province. Currently, there is a temple of the "Marble Fine Arts Founders" at the well-known spot of the Five Marble Mountains, and many ancestor anniversary activities take place largely in this village on the sixth day of the first lunar month every year.
Son Tra is a special gift of the god to Danang. It can be seen from every places of the city. With its sea-oriented appearance, Son Tra acts as a giant screen protecting Danang from storms and cyclones coming from the sea.