There are two ways to travel direct from Dalat to Da Nang:
- Fly (1 hour 10 minutes)
- Travel by bus (16 hours)
Travel by bus is the budget option which is less than half the cost of flying.
Bus Times: Dalat to Da Nang
There is a single bus service a day from Dalat to Da Nang which can book online.
|13:00||05:00||$ 17.00||Hanh Cafe|
- Passengers on this service get a break of several hours in Nha Trang on route.
Buy Tickets to Da Nang
Use the Search Box below to buy your tickets from Dalat to Da Nang.
Dalat Hanh Cafe Bus Stop
Hanh Cafe bus services to Da Nang depart from the Dalat Hanh Cafe Bus Stop at 2/6 Nguyen Van Cu.
Da Nang Hanh Cafe Bus Stop
Hanh Cafe Bus services from Dalat terminate at 1133 Ngô Quyền, Sơn Trà, TP Đà Nẵng.
About Da Nang
Da Nang is large coastal city with a population over of over 1 million permanent residents, a vibrant economy and an atmosphere more relaxed than that of Ho Chi Minh City or Hanoi. Da Nang is not one of the top destinations for foreign visitors to Vietnam, but it is one of the most interesting. This is a city with great places to eat, long beaches and plenty of things to see do do either near the city centre or on day trip from the city centre. Da Nang is also a picturesque city with a wide river running through the centre. One of bridges over that river, the Dragon Bridge, is lit up at night and features fire and water shows at the weekend, which is a pleasant spectacle to see whilst enjoying a drink at one of the many riverside bars and restaurants.
Amongst the many attractions in or near Da Nang City are:
- Phap Lam Pagoda: Two storey temple in the city centre with beautiful gardens.
- My Khe Beach: 30 km of white sand beach good for sunbathing and surfing, with resorts and restaurants on the beach front.
- Marble Mountains: A cluster of 5 limestone mountains about south 9 km of Da Nang city centre. There are lots of temples and statues built on these mountains, which would take several days to explore if you wanted to walk up all 5 hills.
- My Son Sanctuary: Large cluster of religious buildings and statues, many dating back over a 1,000 years, built by the people of the Cham Empire. The sancutary is located in a forested area about 70 km to the west of Da Nang and is well worth visiting. The site was awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 1999.
- Son Tra Peninsula: Also known as ‘Monkey Mountain’, the peninsula is a large nature reserve on a spit of land in the north of the city. There is a trail around the peninsula which you can follow on a mountain bike or motorbike, with a large temples, some beaches and a rare species of monkey to see on the way.