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155 Tran Phu Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang, Vietnam
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land transpo from HCMC to hoi an

by blueberrytoddy

hello!hope soemeone can help me out.im a solo female traveller on a tight budget.im planning to do a 2 day-1 night stay in HCMC then travel by bus or train to hoi an or hue.
1. what's the latest time i cld catch the bus or train?
2. how long is the trip?any idea on how much?
3. since i wanna arrange the tour/s on my own (cuz i think its cheaper that way), wld it be easy to do it on a same day arrival?
4. after hoi an or hue, i wanna go to halong bay-is it close by?
sorry for the bazillion questions!any advice wld be deeply and greatly appreciated

Re: land transpo from HCMC to hoi an

by GlobeTrekr

Take a look at this website for detailed help with the train:


You have to take the train from HCMC (Saigon) to Da Nang. Then from Da Nang take a cab ride (about 25 minutes and $12-15 USD) to Hoi An. Land travel in Vietnam is very easy and reliable.

Ha Long Bay is NOT close to Hoi An. Its in the northeast portion of the country. Ha Long Bay is about 3 hours from Hanoi on car (private transportation).

Re: land transpo from HCMC to hoi an

by DSwede

There are buses that run almost constantly, as there are trains too. Many offer overnight sleeper options. HCMC to Da Nang is a long way, you'll spend more than a day traveling by land.
Da Nang is about half way on the overall route then to Hanoi/Halong Bay.
Hue is north of Da Nang by ~3 hours.

Travel Tips for Da Nang

Cham Museum

by Blatherwick

If you only see one place in Danang, this is it. This Museum was built in 1915 and it is the premier collection of Champa sculpture in the world. The museum, which was designed by two French architects, Delaval and Auclair, imitates many well-known features of Champa towers and temples. The museum was extended in 1935 in order to be able to display artifacts excavated at Tra Kieu which was capital of the Champa kingdom until about the year 1000 AD.

The Champa Museum now has nearly 2000 large and small sculptures. Of these, 288 are on display inside the museum, 187 objects in the garden and more than 1.200 objects are reserved in the storehouse. Most of the sculptures in the museum are original and mainly of three kinds of materials, including sandstone, terracotta and bronze. The majority of these sculptures from the 12th to the 15th century are made of sandstone with different art styles.

The price of admission to the museum is 20,000 dong


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