Travel from Phong Nha to Hoi An

There are two ways to travel by public transport from Phong Nha to Hoi An. 1. Take a bus to Dong Hoi, then a train to Da Nang, and then a bus to Hoi An. 2. Take a direct bus to Hoi An.

Bus Times from Phong Nha to Hoi An

There are currently 12 bus services a day from Phong Nha to Hoi An available to book online.

Phong NhaHoi AnCostCompany
03:3011:30$ 17Grouptour
03:5512:55$ 15Techbus VN JSC
04:0012:00$ 17Grouptour
04:0012:00$ 12Queen Cafe Bus
04:0012:10$ 21Full Moon Party Tour
04:2014:10$ 19Grouptour
04:2014:10$ 15Grouptour
04:3014:20$ 19Grouptour
04:3014:20$ 15Grouptour
09:0015:00$ 18Full Moon Party Tour
19:0001:00$ 18Full Moon Party Tour

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Phong Nha Bus Stop

Grouptour bus services from Phong Nha to Hoi An depart from near Central Backpackers Hostel in Phong Nha.

Google Map of Central Backpackers Hostel in Phong Nha

Hoi An Bus Stop

Grouptour bus services from Phong Nha to Hoi An terminate at 125-123 Tôn Đức Thắng, Tân An, Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam.

Google Map of Hoi An Bus Stop for Phong Nha

About Travel to Hoi An

Hoi An is a massively popular tourist destination in Central Vietnam, 30 km to the South of the much larger city of Da Nang. Da Nang has the closest major railway station to Hoi An.

Hoi An Old Town

Hoi An’s Old Town area has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Old Town was, at two points in history, a major port and remnants of that history can found in the many old buildings in the area. From the 7th to 10th Centuries Hoi An was the main trading port of the Cham civilisation, and from the 16th to 18th Centuries Hoi An again became a major trading port attracting merchants from as far away as Europe.

Riverside houses in Hoi An
Riverside houses in Hoi An

In terms of things to do in Hoi An, the major attraction is the Old Town. You can walk around the Old Town for free although you need to pay to see a number of old buildings, museums, craft centres, temples and the famous Japanese Bridge, which is the most photographed part of the Hoi An.

Also very popular is the monthly Full Moon Festival which takes place near to and on the main canal in the Old Town. The most notable thing about Hoi An’s Full Moon Festival is the many illuminated paper lanterns fixed to boats and buildings.

Other Attractions in Hoi An

Beyond the Old Town, Hoi An has a good beach, An Bang Beach. The area between the Old Town and An Bang Beach is largely idyllic fields and small settlements and many visitors rent bicycles to travel to and from the beach. Hoi An is also known for it’s food. Hoi An is closely associated with two distinctive noodle dishes, cao lầu and mì quảng, as well as making (according to some) the best banh mi in Vietnam.

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