Sơn Trà is an urban district (quận) of Da Nang in the South Central Coast region of Vietnam. As of 2003 the district had a population of 112,196. The district covers an area of 60 km². The district is bounded by ocean to the north and east, the Hàn River to the west, and Ngũ Hành Sơn district to the south. Sơn Trà Mountain occupies a large portion of the district.
The district is divided into 7 wards (phường):
The district capital lies at An Hải Tây ward.
The vibrant Son Tra district attracts many people by Man Thai beach, famous for its promenades, where fishermen often use basket boats to harvest their catch of the day. On Son Tra Mountain, Ban Co Peak is shaded by green trees opening up to the city and sea, while Linh Ung Buddhist temple impresses with the massive statue of Buddha. Many diners are fascinated by the home-style eateries specializing in seafood, while others choose the roadside hawker stalls serving noodles and pancakes. Beer bars and jazz clubs by the beach buzz your feet to enjoy the trendy, modern atmosphere.