There are two ways to travel by public transport from Da Nang to Dalat: by bus or by plane. Travel by bus is about half the price of a flight.
Bus Times: Da Nang to Dalat
There is a single daily direct bus services a day from Da Nang to Dalat which you can book online.
|15:30||06:30||$ 19||Thanh Thuy Da Lat|
- By bus it takes 15 hours 00 minutes to travel from Da Nang to Dalat.
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Dalat Thanh Thuy Da Lat Bus Stop
Thanh Thuy Da Lat services to Dalat depart from 106 – Nguyễn Tri Phương, Thanh Khê, Đà Nẵng.
Da Nang Thanh Thuy Da Lat Bus Stop
Thanh Thuy Da Lat services Da Nang to Dalat terminate at 281 Nguyên Tử Lực, Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng.
About Travel to Dalat
Established by the French colonial government in 1907 with the construction of a hotel, Dalat has grown into city with over 400,000 permanent residents, and nearly 2 million tourists, mostly Vietnamese, coming in any normal year. Dalat is unique in a number of good ways. First and foremost of these special qualities is the climate. Dalat is located at 1,500 metres above sea level and this makes it much cooler than low lying parts of Vietnam. The French established a resort in Dalat for much the same reasons as the British colonial government established hill stations in India, namely to escape the heat of the summer and to construct a settlement that looked more like their home country. The cooler climate allows vegetables like cabbage and cauliflower to be grown along side a booming industry growing flowers. The scenery around Dalat is mountainous, with lakes and forests. Hill trekking and mountain biking are popular in Dalat as there is plenty to see and the cooler climate makes it much more pleasant to exercise outside.
There are some notable examples of French style architecture in Dalat. The town’s railway station, serving a 7 km steam railway line, is magnificent, closely resembling Normandy’s Trouville-Deauville Station. Also magnificent are the three Art Deco style villas which were the summer palaces of the last Emperor of Vietnam. For visitors not wishing to exert themselves hiking or mountain biking we recommend taking the cable car services from Dalat to visit the hill top temples of Truc Lam Zen and Thien Vien Truc Lam. The journey to both temples takes visitors over vast pine forests. Be sure to finish your day in Vietnam’s alpine style resort with a bottle of red wine to wash down steak and fries in one of Dalat’s many French style restaurants.