It is quicker and cheaper to take a direct bus from from Dalat to Hoi An rather than travelling indirect via Hue or Da Nang. You can also fly from Dalat to Da Nang and then travel 29 km by road to Hoi An, but flying to Da Nang is around 10 times more expensive than taking a bus from Dalat direct to Hoi An.
Bus Times from Dalat to Hoi An
There is a single bus service a day from Dalat to Hoi An which you can book online.
|13:00||04:00||$ 14.00||Hanh Cafe|
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Dalat Hanh Cafe Bus Stop
Hanh Cafe bus services from Dalat to Hoi An depart from Dalat Hanh Cafe Bus Stop at 2/6 Nguyen Van Cu.
Hoi An Hanh Cafe Bus Stop
Hanh Cafe Bus services from Dalat to Hoi An terminate at Hoi An Hanh Cafe, 12 Nguyễn Tất Thành, Phường Cẩm Phổ, tp. Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam.
About Hoi An
Hoi An is a town just south of Da Nang with a population of about 120,000. Hoi An is very popular with tourists largely because of the historic town centre, much of which you need to pay a 120,000 VND to enter. If you want to stay in the old part of the town in Hoi An not only do you need to be relatively expensive prices for small rooms, you also need to pay the entrance fee for each day you stay. Staying outside the historical part of town is a cheaper and has the advantage of putting some distance from you and the large tour groups who turn up every day around 16:00 and depart at 20:00. As well as the ancient quarter of the town the surrounding area is one of outstanding natural beauty with rice fields, beaches, picturesque villages and islands near the coast. Hoi An is also considered the best place in Vietnam for tailor made suits, dresses and shoes, and Hoi An culinary centre with many unique local dishes.
Hoi An’s old town area was established as a major trading port in the 15th Century, and buildings from this period through to the 17th Century can be found all over the historic quarter. Hoi An is unusual in that foreigners were permitted to set up homes and businesses in the busy trading port area which was visited by merchant ships from allover Asia and Europe. Hoi An has a Chinese Village, a Japanese Village and a Dutch Village, and is one of the only places you can all these different types of architecture in the same place and in amongst Vietnamese architecture of the same period. This diversity of well preserved buildings is one of the reasons why the historic town centre zone of Hoi An was granted UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 1999.