Discover the rich and fascinating history of Vietnam with this one-day tour from Da Nang. In the morning, you'll get picked up at your hotel in the city center, then immediately proceed to the first stop of the tour: Hoi An Ancient Town. Travel back in time as you explore the various landmarks in the area, such as the 400-year old Japanese Covered Bridge and a selection of centuries-old houses that follow different architectural styles like Chinese, Japanese, French, and European. You'll also get to meet the locals as you visit a local silk factory and showroom, as well as the shop of an expert tailor, where you'll get to learn how silk cocoons are transformed into thread. You'll then visit the fascinating My Son Holy Land and the ruined temples, before you make drop by the last stop of the day, Cham Museum. Prepared to be mesmerized as you watch Cham's Traditional Apsara Dancing show, before you get dropped off back at your hotel in the city.
Check out Cham Islands in this exciting day tour! Tour its 8 small islands and learn how it became part of the Cu Lao Cham Marine Park, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. This tourist spot favorite is known for its beautiful granite islands and stunning cerulean seas. Start the tour with a pick up from your hotel, which will then take you to Cua Dai Quay. From there, climb aboard a speedboat and enjoy cruising along Cham Islands' natural attractions. Visit Au Thuyen, Hai Tang Pagoda, and Ong Temple with your English-speaking guide. Next, visit Huong Beach for a dip in the cool sea. See the rich marine life below and get to encounter abundant coral reefs up close. For the last part of your tour, lounge by Ong Beach and spend your free time sunbathing, swimming, or snorkeling. Spend the remaining hour munching on delicious seafood and local delights. End the tour with a ride back to your hotel.
The bus was huge with the word KLOOK written on it, just so we won't miss it. The driver was friendly and we left the meeting place on time (8:30 AM). There weren't any other passengers so we got the entire bus all by ourselves. It was a smooth ride, with aircondition and pleasing music. Overall, it was great compared to the one we took from Ba Na Hills going back to Da Nang area. Just a tip: if somebody from Klook calls you for a change of schedule, do not agree. You already paid for the service for convenience so they must ensure that they deliver the service as part of the deal.
Ba Na Hills is a great day out. There are theme park rides, cable carts with lovely views and plenty of restaurants to choose from. Views from the top are lovely and the golden bridge is spectacular. Definitely worth the entrance fee, you spend the full day. The drive from Da Nang is easy on a scooter and it’s through some nice scenery.
Buying these tickets is a no-brainer for me. Cheaper and faster and super convenient. Not even need to redeem first at the counter - just scan your QR code at the entrance to the cable car. Ba Na Hills is a must if you are in Da Nang. If you are keen in taking portraits, there are lots of spots that won't disappoint you. I was impressed by the flowers in the park. You will be too!!
This place was off the hook. It far surpassed any preconceived idea I had of it. It really was an amazing place to see. A mind blower really. Definitely recommend going on a sunny day. The gondola ride was spectacular. The park is way up to the top of of a mountain. It was much higher than I expected it to be. There's no question about it go see it. You won't be disappointed. Guaranteed unless you are one spoiled brat who hates everything fun. You get way more worth than the money you spend. Best day in Da Nang and I'll remember it for the rest of my life. Also just a side note that there is food everywhere up there but it is pricey.
Booked this on Klook because I found it slightly cheaper than buying it on the spot (due to currency exchange rates). This became our favourite tourist attraction throughout our vacation in Da Nang for its photogenic spots and cool temperature.
The whole place isn't extremely big, so you should be able to cover most attractions in five to six hours. Go in the morning so that you have ample time to have fun, especially in Fantasy Park (though some arcade machines did not function when I went). If time permits, try to stay until 5 p.m. where the French Village gets lit up for a quite romantic ambience.
Cable cars stop operating at 10 p.m., so make sure you make your way down before that.
Ba Na hills is not far away from Da Nang city, about 40mins grab taxi drive. Fortunately that day was soooo sunny and shinny, i was planning a cool day but however i was tanned that day haha! The golden hands bridge was full of ppl, but really amazing view. The food is not that good though. Be sure to bring a water bottle and sunglasses with you.
And i bought the ticket on klook, it’s convenient. You just show the ticket to the staff, they will show you the way to take the cable car. Don’t need to wait in queue in front the ticket office anymore.