Travel from Dalat to Quy Nhon

By bus the journey from Dalat to Quy Nhon is scheduled to take from 7 to 8 hours depending upon which bus service you take.

Bus Times from Dalat to Quy Nhon


There are currently 10 bus services a day from Dalat to Quy Nhon available to book online.

DalatQuy NhonCostCompany
15:0022:00$ 13Thanh Thuy Da Lat
16:0000:30$ 16Thanh Thuy Da Lat
17:0000:00$ 17Techbus
17:1000:40$ 16An Phu Travel
17:1500:45$ 16An Phu Travel
17:1500:15$ 17Techbus
17:2000:20$ 17Techbus
17:2500:55$ 16An Phu Travel
17:3001:00$ 16An Phu Travel
17:3000:30$ 17Techbus

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Dalat Bus Stop


Most bus services from Dalat to Quy Nhon depart from Dalat An Phu Bus Station, 26 Đ Phạm Ngũ Lão, Phường 1, Thành phố Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng 670000, Vietnam.

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Quy Nhon Bus Stop


Most bus services from Dalat to Quy Nhon terminate at Quy Nhon An Phu Bus Station, 3 Võ Liệu, Ghềnh Ráng, Thành phố Qui Nhơn, Bình Định, Vietnam.

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About Travel to Quy Nhon


Quy Nhon is a great place to visit on holiday. This coastal city of around half a million people is close to several good beaches, and some interesting historical sites, and has lots of hotels and a diverse local cuisine. Very few foreign visitors, however, make it to Quy Nhon compared to other coastal destinations in Vietnam such Mui Ne, Nah Trang and Hoi An. Quy Nhon is though very popular with Vietnamese tourists.

Travel to Quy Nhon

Quy Nhon is slightly more difficult for international visitors to reach than beach resorts such as Nha Trang. Quy Nhon does have a local airport, Phu Cat Airport, which is a manageable 35 km from Quy Nohn City, however, Phu Cat Airport only has internal flights. Quy Nhon is 210 km from Nha Trang, and 322 km from Da Nang.

Even from other locations in South East Asia, such as Bangkok, it’s a long journey that may take more than a day to reach Quy Nhon. For travellers on flights from Europe and Russia, the journey on arrival at an international airport to Quy Nhon will take several hours and that’s much too long if you spent 10 or more hours on a plane already. For these reasons, Quy Nhon doesn’t really attract foreign holidaymakers coming to Vietnam on short breaks.

Quy Nhon is best known for it's beautiful beaches
Quy Nhon is best known for it’s beautiful beaches
Beaches in Quy Nhon

The beaches in and around Quy Nhon are among the best in Vietnam, as is the snorkelling around islands close to the coast. Quy Nhon City has a magnificent 4 km long white sand beach with a gentle curve. The very best beaches, however, are located some distance from Quy Nhon City.

The best beach in the area is Bai Xep Beach, about 10 km to the south of Quy Nhon City. Bai Xep Beach is slightly less than a kilometre long. The area behind the beach is very pleasant. There are lots of fruit trees. There are also lots of hotels and restaurants. Bai Xep Beach is a smaller and more resort-like place to stay than Quy Nhon City itself.

More remote, but very beautiful, is Ky Co Beach 25 km by road to the north of Quy Nhon City. Ky Co Beach is just under 600 metres long and behind the beach is a resort and a small number of restaurants. The big attractions of Ky Co Beach are the very clear blue coastal waters and the views of the rugged coastline.

Historical Attractions in Quy Nhon

There are two excellent Cham temple sites near Quy Nhon. The best of these sites is the Banh It Towers, located 18 km to the north west of Quy Nhon City. The Banh It Towers consists of 4 large Cham style towers positioned on a hilltop. The towers are believed to have been constructed in the 12th Century. The towers are each slightly different in design and feature detailed carvings.

The second Cham site in the area is Thap Doi, or the Twin Towers, located only 3 km to the north of Quy Nhon City. One of the towers is 20 metres tall and the other 18 metres tall. The towers are thought to have been built either at the end of the 12th Century or the start of the 13th Century.

Originally there were three towers at Thap Doi, but one collapsed in the 19th Century. Significant restoration work has been undertake to stabilise the other two towers, however, some of the carvings on the exterior have still fallen off and the towers have a dilapidated charm. They are old and they look old.

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