Shared minivan services are the best way to travel Hoi An to Da Nang. They are cheaper than taking a private taxi and much faster and more convenient than taking a local bus.
Bus Times from Hoi An to Da Nang City
There are currently 3 services a day from Hoi An to Da Nang City available to book online.
|Hoi An||Da Nang||Cost||Company|
|07:00||08:00||$ 7||April Adventure|
|10:00||11:00||$ 7||April Adventure|
|16:00||17:00||$ 7||April Adventure|
Bus Times from Hoi An to Da Nang International Airport
There are currently 6 services a day from Hoi An to Da Nang International Airport available to book online.
|Hoi An||Da Nang Airport||Cost||Company|
|07:00||08:00||$ 6||Barri Ann Travel|
|07:00||08:10||$ 7||April Adventure|
|10:00||11:00||$ 6||Barri Ann Travel|
|10:00||11:10||$ 7||April Adventure|
|16:00||17:00||$ 6||Barri Ann Travel|
|16:00||17:10||$ 7||April Adventure|
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April Adventure Hoi An Bus Stop
April Adventure services from Hoi An to Da Nang City and Da Nang Airport depart from Phan Chu Trinh, Phường Minh An, Hội An, Quảng Nam 560000, Vietnam.
Barri Ann Travel Hoi An Bus Stop
Barri Ann Travel services from Hoi An to Da Nang Airport depart from Hoi An Express Office, 30 Trần Hưng Đạo, Phường Minh An, Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam.
April Adventure Da Nang City Bus Stop
April Adventure services from Hoi An to Da Nang City terminate at the Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture.
About Travel to Da Nang
Da Nang is large and vibrant city with over 1 million permanent residents. Unlike Nha Trang, Da Nang’s local economy isn’t dominated by tourism and the city, whilst accesible to both domestic and foreign tourists, has a different atmosphere to Nha Trang that will be appeal to independent travellers. What will also appeal to visitors in the wide rang of things to do and see in the city. Da Nang is modern coastal city which has some very attractive features. The Han River flows through the centre of the city, crossed by several impressive long bridges such as the Dragon Bridge, which is illuminated at night. Da Nang also has several beaches on the edge of the city centre, the largest of which is the 30 km long My Khe beach. By way of contrast, at the Northern eddge of the city the Son Tra Peninsula contains a large area of protected wilderness which is home to many wild animals, including the Red Shanked Douc. a rare species of monkey.
As well as the beaches, the buslting city centre and the Son Tra Peninsula, there are lots of interesting places to visit both in and near Da Nang that makes it worth staying at least few days in the city. Amongst the most popular of these attractions are:
- Ba Na Hills: The Ba Na Hills is a small resort town built by the French colonialists at an elevation of 1,500 metres above sea level in the early 20th Century. This small town is built to resemble a rural French village, and the cooler climate allows a wide range of flowers to be cultivated. A more recent addition to this town in the hills is the Golden Bridge, which is 150 metre long walkway between two hills suspended by giant hands.
- Marble Mountains: Just 11 km to the south of Da Nang city centre, the Marble Mountains is a cluster of 5 hills featuring caves and temples, which are accessible by staircases and paths. The Marble Mountains have been in use as a place of worship for hundreds of years and has been developed into a tourist attraction more recently.
- Phap Lam Pagoda: This city centre temple features a two storey high pagoda and large ornamental garden. Well worth visiting and easy to reach during a day out exploring the city centre.