By bus the journey from Hai Phong City to Da Nang is scheduled to take 14 hours 30 minutes. There are no direct train services from Hai Phong City to Da Nang, however, direct flights are often available.
Bus Times from Hai Phong City to Da Nang
There is currently a single direct service a day from Hai Phong City to Da Nang available to book online.
|Hai Phong||Da Nang||Ticket||Company|
|14:45||05:15||$ 18||Van Luc Tung|
- Vehicle Type: Van Luc Tung passengers from Hai Phong City to Hue travel in a sleeper bus which has semi reclined seats.
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Hai Phong Van Luc Tung Bus Stop
Van Luc Tung services from Hai Phong City to Da Nang depart from 52 So Dau, Hanoi street, So Dau, Hong Bang, Hai Phong.
Da Nang Van Luc Tung Bus Stop
Van Luc Tung Bus services to Hai Phong City to Da Nang terminate at Bến Xe Trung Tâm Đà Nẵng, Tôn Đức Thắng, Hoà Minh, Liên Chiểu, Đà Nẵng 550000, Vietnam.
About Travel to Da Nang
Da Nang is a large city with over 1 million permanent residents and lots to do and see. Da Nang is less popular as a destination for tourists than Nha Trang but many visitors will find Da Nang much more interesting than Nha Trang if they actually visited. Da Nang isn’t a town focused on tourism to the same extent as Nha Trang and the atmosphere is more vibrant as a consequence. Da Nang is also an excellent place to stay to visit the major attractions in the area, most famous of which is Hoi An, 30 km to the south of Da Nang. Also of major cultural significance are the My Son Sanctuary, which is a large Cham era temple complex established in the 4th Century located 1 hour by road to the west of Da Nang, and the Marble Mountains, located 11 km to the south of Da Nang.
Da Nang itself also has some places worth visiting. The most popular attractions in the city are its beaches, the most developed of which is the 30 km long My Khe beach. Also on the edge of the city, the Son Tra Peninsula attracts lots of visitors. The Son Tra Peninsula is wilderness area close to the city centre with trails suitable for motorbikes and mountain bikes, some scheduled beaches, rare wild monkeys, and a 69 metre tall statue of the Buddhist God of Mercy. More adventurous travellers will enjoy renting a motorbike to spend a day exploring the Son Tra Peninsula. In the evenings visitors can enjoy a wide range of restaurants and bars, and at 21:00 on the weekends watch the fire and water show at the Dragon Bridge.