Last update: 16:29 | 28/08/2017
The Hai Van Pass lies between Thua Thien-Hue province and Da Nang city in central Vietnam. It is around 20 kilometres in length and around 496 metres above sea level.
Hai Van Pass has become one of the most challenging roads for drivers.
The Hai Van Quan (Hai Van Gate), built by the Nguyen Dynasty in 1826 to protect the Hue Citadel and safeguard Da Nang beaches, has become a favourite tourism destination.
A turtle-shaped mountain viewed from the Hai Van Pass
A tourist is taking photo of Da Nang city from the watch-tower on the peak of Hai Van Pass