Beautiful Images of Tran Phu Street


Tran Phu is one of the oldest and certainly one of the most interesting streets in Da Nang. The 2.5 km-long street runs from Dong Da Street in the north to Trung Vuong Street in the south, and it is currently one-way (southbound) for traffic.

The street boasts architectural masterpieces, both old and new, and beautiful old trees which are still full of vitality despite the city’s development over recent years. These trees not only provide shade to the road users and pedestrians, but they also contribute significantly to ensuring harmony between the landscape and architectural landmarks along the street.

Tran Phu Street starts at the intersection of Dong Da, 3 February and Bach Dang streets
The city’s former Department of Finance building features French-style architecture
Old trees along the street…
…provide shade to road users and pedestrians
The new Administrative Centre and the Novotel Danang Premier Han River are the most impressive high-rises on this street
The Han Market, one of the city’s major traditional markets and among its most-visited attractions for both domestic and foreign visitors
The Da Nang Cathedral, known to the locals as “Nha Tho Con Ga” (Rooster Cathedral), is located at 156 Tran Phu Street
A local woman taking free iced tea from a barrel put on the street’s pavement
The Le Do Cinema
Tran Phu Street ends……
…at its intersection with Bach Dang, 2 September, Trung Nu Vuong, Nguyen Van Linh and Le Dinh Duong streets