By bus the journey from Quy Nhon to Dalat is scheduled to take 3 hours 35 minutes to 8 hours 30 minutes. There are no direct flights from Phu Cat Airport, 30 km from Quy Nhon, to Dalat.
Bus Times from Quy Nhon to Dalat
There are currently 2 services a day from Quy Nhon to Dalat available to book online.
|00:00||03:35||$ 17||Sleeper||Techbus VN JSC|
|21:00||05:30||$ 13||Sleeper||Thanh Thuy Da Lat|
|22:30||06:00||$ 15||Sleeper||Thanh Thuy Da Lat|
|23:45||03:20||$ 17||Sleeper||Techbus VN JSC|
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Quy Nhon Bus Stop
Thanh Thuy Da Lat services from Quy Nhon to Dalat depart from Trần Quang Diệu.
Dalat Bus Stop
Thanh Thuy Da Lat services from Quy Nhon to Dalat terminate at 186 Đường Bùi Thị Xuân, Phường 2, Thành phố Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng, Vietnam.
About Travel to Dalat
Located in a mountainous area at 1,500 metres above sea level, Dalat is Vietnam’s most popular alpine like resort town.
French Style Hill Station
Dalat, aslo written as Da Lat, was established by French colonialists in 1907 as a cool climate retreat for the hotter summar months, in a similar way to the hill stations of the British Empire in India and the Malay peninsular. The town that the French built has distinctly French architectural influences, particularly the now out of use train station which was modelled on the pretty train station at Trouville-Deauville in Normandy.
Tourism in Dalat
Dalat is very popular amongst Vietnamese tourists, particularly people on their honeymoon, and they make up the majority of the visitors to Dalat. Hotels and restaurants in Dalat are good value for money, and entrance fees to the attractions are reasonable. Slightly less reasonable are the fees charged for transport to attractions outside the town itself, such as Elephant and Pongour Waterfall, particularly for solo travellers and couples.
Places to Visit in Dalat
Dalat itself has plenty to keep visitors entertained for several days. The hilly surrounding countryside, which contains large pine forests and many lakes, is very beautiful and reason enough to want to come to Dalat. There are also some interesting buildings, formal gardens and a cable car worth visiting:
- Thien Vien Truc Lam Monastery and Linh Phuoc Pagoda: These two hill top temples are accessible by taking a cable car from Dalat town. The views on route of pine forests and lakes are spectacular.
- Xuan Huong lake: This town centre lake is picturesque, and at the north western end of the lake there is a series of flower gardens grouped around a teak mansion.
- Dalat Market: Local produce is sold at this market, including the cooler climate vegatable and fruits, such as strawberries, which do not grow in the hotter climate of low land Vietnam.
- Emperor’s Summer Homes: The last Emperor of Vietnam built several Europeans style villas in Dalat and was a frequent visitor in the summer months.