The easiest way to travel by public transport from Mui Ne to Hoi An is to take a direct bus. Travel by train involves first getting to Binh Thuan Railway Station and then taking a bus or taxi to Hoi An after the train arrives in Da Nang.
Bus Times from Mui Ne to Hoi An
There are currently 2 direct bus services a day from Mui Ne to Hoi An available to book online.
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- By bus the journey from Mui Ne to Hoi An is scheduled to take 18 hours 00 minutes.
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Mui Ne Full Moon Party Tour Bus Stop
Full Moon Party Tour services from Mui Ne to Hoi An depart from 117 Nguyễn Đình Chiểu, Phường Hàm Tiến, Thành phố Phan Thiết, Bình Thuận, Vietnam.
Hoi An Full Moon Party Tour Bus Stop
Full Moon Party Tour services from Mui Ne to Hoi An terminate at Ng. 2 Lê Văn Hưu, Tân An, Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam2-16 Đ Phạm Ngũ Lão, Phường 1, Thành phố Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng, Vietnam.
About Travel to Hoi An
Hoi An is fairly large city with a population of 150,000 residents that is a very popular destination for holiday makers.
Tourist Attractions in Hoi An
Hoi An’s historic old quarter, often referred to as Hoi An Ancient Town, has been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and this is Hoi An’s principal tourist attraction. The coastal areas to the East of Hoi An Ancient Town are also very popular. Hoi An has a rapidly expanding range of seaside resorts, many of which are are in the luxury end of the market. Hoi An is not simply a destination for day trippers, and a growing number of visitors to Vietnam are choosing to base themselves in Hoi An for the duration of their holidays.
History of Hoi An
Hoi An has a long history as trading port. The city was the principal trading port of the Cham Empire from the 7th to 10th Centuries, and then enjoyed a second period of prosperity as a commercial centre from the 16th to 18th Centuries. Hoi An Ancient Town has retained many of the buildings from that second period and this part of the town looks much the same as did several hundred years ago. Of particular note are the Japanese style covered bridge constructed in the 16th Century and 4 very old family homes which have been opened to the public as museums.