There are two ways to travel overland from Nha Trang to Hoi An. You can take a train to Da Nang and then a local bus to Hoi An, or you can take a direct bus service. Taking a direct bus is much quicker than travelling by train via Da Nang.
Bus Times from Nha Trang to Hoi An
There is a single bus service a day from Nha Trang to Hoi An which you can book online.
|Nha Trang||Hoi An||Cost||Company|
|08:00||13:00||$ 6.90||Sinh Tourist|
- The Sinh Tourist company uses a semi-sleeper bus on this route with reclining seats and toilet.
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Nha Trang Sinh Bus Stop
Bus services to Hoi An depart from the Nha Trang Sinh Bus Stop at 130 Hung Vuong Street.
Mui Ne Sinh Bus Stop
Bus services from Nha Trang to Hoi An terminate at the Sinh Tourist Hoi An Office, 646 Hai Bà Trưng, Phường Minh An, Hội An, Quảng Nam 550000, Vietnam.
About Hoi An
Hoi An is best known for its historic Old Town which has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Hoi An has existed since the 1st Century AD, growing in size during the 7th to 10th Centuries as the main port for the then dominant Cham civilisation, and again during the 16th to 18th Centuries when Hoi An became a very important international trading port. Most of the major sights in the Old Town date back to that last period which attracted large number of foreign settlers. The most famous attraction in Hoi An is its Japanese Bridge which was built by Japanese settlers in the early 1600s. There is a fee of 120,000 VND to enter into museums and other historic buildings in the Old Town, but it is entirely free to wander around. Hoi An’s New Town is not particularly attractive and most visitors choose to stay in or near the Old Town and eat out there and drink in bars in the lantern lit streets of the Old Town in the evening. The Old Town has lots of shops aimed at tourists and the prices for food, drink and everything else reflect the area’s popularity.
There other reasons to come to Hoi An than to visit the Old Town. the food in Hoi An is very good, with one particular establishment, the Madam Phuong bread shop, credited with serving the best banh mi (Vietnamese sandwich) in Vietnam. Hoi an also has a good beach, An Bang Beach, notable for its seafood restaurants and high class hotels. Also worth visiting is the My Son Sanctuary, which is a temple complex built by the Cham civilisation about 40 km outside Hoi Ai. The temples in the My Son Sanctuary were constructed between the 7th and 10th Centuries.