By bus the journey from Dak Lak to Da Nang is scheduled to take 12 hours. Travellers on this route also have the option of flying direct from Buon Ma Thuot in Dak Lak to Da Nang.
Bus Times from Dak Lak to Da Nang
There is currently 1 direct bus service a day from Dak Lak to Da Nang available to book online.
|Dak Lak||Da Nang||Cost||Company|
|17:45||05:45||$15 USD||Cao Nguyen|
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Dak Lak Cao Nguyen Bus Stop
Cao Nguyen bus services from Dak Lak to Da Nang depart from Bến xe liên tỉnh Đăk Lăk in Buon Ma Thuot.
Da Nang Cao Nguyen Bus Stop
Cao Nguyen bus services from Dak Lak to Da Nang terminate at Da Nang Central Bus Station.
About Travel to Da Nang
Da Nang, although less popular as a holiday destination than Nha Trang, is a beautiful and vibrant city with plenty of interesting places to visit nearby. There are two particularly striking features of Da Nang. The first is the wide Han River which flows through the centre of the city. There are four major road bridges across the river connecting the two sides of the city, all of which are illuminated at night and important features of the city’s skyline. The other striking feature of Da Nang is it’s coastal location and 30 km long My Khe Beach, the top end of which is part of the city centre.
Da Nang is also close to several significant tourist attractions and an excellent place to stay as base for exploring this part of Central Vietnam. The most visited nearby attraction is the old quarter of Hoi An, 30 km to the south of Da Nang city centre. Hoi An was a major trading port during the era of the Cham civilisation, most signficantly from the 7th to 10th Centuries, and then again during the 16th to 18th Centuries. Similarly to Ayutthaya in Thailand, which at the time was another of Asia’s most important trading centres, Hoi An attracted large number of foreign settlers and the old quarter of Hoi An has some well preserved structures built by foreign settlers, including a Japanese style covered bridge.
Also worth visiting is Ba Na Hills, 23 km by road to the west of Da Nang city centre. Ba Na Hills was established in 1919 as a holiday retreat by the French colonial government. This development is located at 1,500 metres above sea level and therefore provides a coller climate than lowland part of Vietnam. What the French built was a recreation of a rural French village. In more recent times this French style village has been turned into a theme park and other attractions added, including the 150 metre long Golden Bridge.
A third major attraction is the My Son Sanctuary, which is 45 km to the south-east of Da Nang. The My Son Sanctuary is a large temple complex in use between the 4th and 14th Centuries as an important religious centre for the people Cham cilivisation, which ruled over much of South East Asia until they were displaced by the Khmer Empire in Cambodia and the Viet people in Vietnam.