Hue Gold Hotel

28 Ba Trieu Street, Hue, Vietnam
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Transportation from Danang Port to Hue

by Teener60

Am looking for cheapest and hopefully fastest method to travel from Danang Port (Tien Sa Terminal) to Hue. We only have 10 hours after arriving at the port. Also, what are must sees for that short period of time? Thank you!

Re: Transportation from Danang Port to Hue

by DSwede

The fastest is not the cheapest.
The fastest would be to hire a private driver/taxi. You should be able to negotiate this (use a large hotel to help if needed) for about $40 US

The cheapest would be to take a scooter taxi to the bus terminal (just north of airport). From there you can take either buses or mini-vans to Hue. Cost for this is just a couple dollars.

If you have 10 hours, depending on when you arrive, you must put aside ~4 hours for transit to Hue if you take cheap option. 6 hours in DaNang would let you see Monkey Mountain and have a good meal.

Use the travel guides for help on what to do/see in DaNang. My pages as well as others can be found:
http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Asia/Vietnam/Tinh_Da_Nang/Da_Nang-1483622/TravelGuide-Da_Nang.html

Re: Transportation from Danang Port to Hue

by petert51

Hi, Have you considered going to Hoi An instead of Hue. It is closer (about 20-30min taxi ride) with plenty to see and clothes to buy plus great restaurants and a great beach. You will also be able to visit Marble Mountain at Danang.
Regards Peter

Re: Transportation from Danang Port to Hue

by daawgon

I agree with Peter, Hoi An would give you far more of everything without a great deal of driving. You could shop, go to the beach, ride bikes and eat at some rather awesome restaurants (did I mention shopping as well). There are historical sites and pagodas right in Hoi An Town as well and a rather interesting central marketplace.

see reidontravel.com

Travel Tips for Hue

Munchies for the train trip

by betska

It is not advisable from a health point of view to buy food on the train from Hue to Hanoi. Whatever they were serving didn't look too flash. It looked like some kind of deep fried cat or dog. Maybe it was chicken. Only the locals were buying. (That is, the ones that didn't bring their own food & portable stoves with them)

Walking down Le Loi to the station to buy our tickets, on the left-hand side (the other side of the road to the river) we came across an interesting supermarket underneath either a hotel or office block.

It was called "Greenmart". It sold all kinds of things, we picked up biscuits (like oreos & jatz), cheese, chocolates, drinks etc to keep us going on the train.

DMZ Tours

by 34N118W

Those interested in the war can take a tour of the DMZ, which was the temporary border created at the Geneva Convention of 1954 between Ho Chi Minh and the French, dividing North and South Vietnam at the 17th parallel. Some of the most intense fighting during the war with the Americans occured around the DMZ. Famous battle sites such as Khe Sanh, Quang Tri, and the 'Rockpile' are typically included in tours of the DMZ. You can sign up for a tour at one of the tour companies in central Hue.

CAO DAI TEMPLE

by mtncorg

Rising somewhat incongruously along the north side of the massive Celadon Palace Hotel is the newest Cao Dai temple. Outside of temples erected in the US, this is the northernmost Cao Dai temple to be erected. I am not sure what kind of following the religion has this far north from its roots in Tay Ninh on the northern edge of the Mekong Delta next to Cambodia, but I do know that the temple in nearby Da Nang is the second largest Cao Dai church.

Disturbing relic from the 60s

by dinhyen

At Thien Mu Pagoda, a battered green sedan sits in a garage. This may seem strange to those who don't know its shocking history. In the 1960s, Vietnamese Buddhists contended that they were persecuted by the regime of then-president Ngo Dinh Diem, who was a Catholic. In protest, on June 13, 1963, the monk Thich Quang Duc took this car to a busy intersection in Saigon. There, he set himself on fire while remaining seated in a lotus position. The event understandably caused an uproar in Vietnam.

Lac Thien Restaurant

by SirRichard

This popular local restaurant (close to another local restaurant called Lac Thanh) is run by deaf waiters.
There is a lively bar in the basement ground, full of locals drinking and playing cards and so...
If you ask for a table, they take you upstairs, to a very simple but charming room with a terrace. On the way up, pay attention to the kitchen, a real antique...
I asked for some typical Hue dishes. First, shrimp pancakes. Then, rolling tortillas made of rice paper with meat, salad and some sauces... a "make it yourself" dish. And a Tiger beer, of course!
Simple and delicious. Price: 2 USD.

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