Travel from Da Nang to Hoi An

You can travel from Da Nang to Hoi An by taxi or public bus, however, a better option is to take a shared minivan service. Shared minivan services to Hoi An depart from both Da Nang City and Da Nang International Airport.

Bus Times from Da Nang City to Hoi An


There are currently 4 services a day from Da Nang City to Hoi An available to book online.

Da NangHoi AnCostCompany
11:0011:45$ 8Dong Hanh Limousine
15:0015:45$ 8Dong Hanh Limousine
17:3018:15$ 8Dong Hanh Limousine
19:0019:45$ 8Dong Hanh Limousine

  • Dong Hanh Limousine uses an 11 seat minivan on this route.

Bus Times from Da Nang International Airport to Hoi An


There are currently 3 services a day from Da Nang International Airport to Hoi An available to book online.

Da Nang AirportHoi AnCostCompany
08:3009:30$ 6Barri Ann Travel
11:3012:30$ 6Barri Ann Travel
17:3018:30$ 6Barri Ann Travel

  • Barri Ann Travel uses a 9 seat minivan on this route.

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Da Nang City Bus Stop


Dong Hanh Limousine services from Da Nang to Hoi An depart from Nguyễn Phước Lan, Hoà Xuân, Cẩm Lệ, Đà Nẵng, Vietnam.

Google Map of Da Nang Dong Hanh Limousine bus stop

Hoi An Bus Stop


Dong Hanh Limousine services from Da Nang to Hoi An terminate at Hoi An Post Office, 06 Trần Hưng Đạo, Sơn Phong, Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam.

Google Map of Hoi An

About Travel to Hoi An


Hoi An, located 30 km to the south of Da Nang City, is a massively popular tourist destination for both Vietnamese and foreign tourists. The main attraction in Hoi An is its UNESCO recognised Old Town area which dates back to the 1st Century AD. During the 7th to 10th Centuries Hoi An was major trading port for the Cham civilisation, which at the time ruled over much of South Vietnam and Cambodia. Most of the historical buildings which remain intact, however, date back to a later period from the 16th to 18th Centuries when Hoi An re-emerged as an important trading point several hundred years after the decline of the Cham Empire. During this period Hoi An attracted lots of foreign businessmen who were, for a period, allowed settled in and around Hoi An. Remnants of Japanese, Chinese and Dutch villages are amongst the 21 designated historical buildings which you need to pay a fee to visit. Most of Hoi An Old Town is, however, free of charge to visit.

Lanterns at night time in Hoi An
Lanterns at night time in Hoi An

The majority of visitors to Hoi An come on day trips, mostly between 16:00 and 20:00, to see the sights and then see the lanterns lit up at night. You can, however, stay overnight in the Old Town, as well as in the less attractive New Town area of Hoi An. Hoi An’s Old Town area has a bohemian feel to it and there are plenty of foreign visitors who stay in the city for extended periods enjoying the food and nightlife, both of which are very good. Hoi An also has a good beach, An Bang Beach, and some wonderful rural areas just outside the city centre which can be explored easily by bicycle. Hoi An is a place where you can enjoy several relaxed weeks, although the prices of hotels and restaurants tends to be above the average for Vietnam.

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