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How to visit Ba Na hills in a day

How to visit Ba Na hills in a day

If you travel to Da Nang, Ba Na is a place you must definitely visit at least once. But you are not sure how to travel to Ba Na by yourself? So today, we will share with you the latest Ba Na Hill travel experience so that you can be fully prepared before you go!.

Best time to visit to Ba Na
April to August is the most beautiful time to travel to Ba Na. Around this time, Ba Na is very crowded with tourists to visit and the weather is also favorable for sightseeing. The special thing is that in one day Ba Na has up to 4 temperature changes, the weather is like 4 seasons in a year in the North. Early in the morning in Ba Na, you will be able to go on a spring trip, at noon, Ba Na will be sunny like summer, around 3 - 6 pm Ba Na will retreat in the autumn sky and at night Ba Na will bring the cold of winter - cheap tours to Vietnam.
Ba Na hills Da Nang

How to get there?
Motorbike: Motorbike is the cheapest means of traveling to Ba Na. You can easily rent a motorbike in Da Nang for about 100,000 VND - 150,000 VND/day. As for the way from Da Nang city center to Ba Na Hill, you just need a map. The distance from the city center to Ba Na is only about 45km, it takes more than an hour to arrive.

Bus: Every day at around 8:45 a.m., there is a bus to Ba Na with a fare of 70,000 VND / person returning. The last return time is 6pm, so you should consider if you want to go home during the day. To catch this bus, you go to 72 Nguyen Chi Thanh, Hai Chau District, Da Nang. You should contact to book tickets in advance via phone number 0935 66 6571 in case you come but run out of tickets and have to wait for the next trip.

Taxi: There are many taxi companies to choose from, you will easily catch a taxi to Ba Na near where you stay or you can ask your hotel staff to call one. If you are traveling with your family or in a group, a taxi is an appropriate means of transport because you have the initiative in time as well as relax freely during the drive - private tour to Vietnam.

Entrance fees to Ba Na Hills 2022
Ba Na hills cable car
Ba Na hills cable car
For international visitors and people not from Danang:
Adults and children from 1m4 and above: VND 850,000
Children from 1m to 1m34 tall: VND 700,000
Children under 1m: Free

For Danang people:
Adults and children from 1m4 and above: VND 550,000
Children from 1m to 1m4 tall: 450,000 VND
Children under 1m: Free

Note: The ticket is only valid for the day, so if you buy it and don't go right away, the ticket will not be used the next day. If you go to Da Nang, you will need to bring your identity card or birth certificate to get a discount. When riding the cable car, you are not allowed to smoke in the cabin, do not litter or eat in the cabin, do not arbitrarily open the cabin door or lean out - Vietnam mountain tours.

If someone asking you to buy a cable car ticket, do not buy from him because it may have expired. If you buy an expired ticket, the security guard won't let you in, so go to Ba Na Hill's ticket office to buy it!

Sleeping in Ba Na Hills
If you want to spend the night in Ba Na, you can choose Mercure Bana Hills French Village hotel for you to spend the night. The hotel has a 4-star standard with a lot of resort services for you such as spa, sauna, steam bath, gym, games, massage and has an indoor swimming pool, hot tub for you to relax.

The rooms have windows overlooking the French Village - an architectural work that simulates the French villages of the 19th century. Many rooms can admire the panoramic view of the vast Ba Na mountain space. Room rates range from 42 - 90 USD/night.

In addition, there are a few more hotels for you to choose from such as Debay, Morin, Hoang Lan villa, Hoa Rung hotel, L'Indochine hotel, short Vietnam trip.

Entertainment places in Ba Na Hills
Entertainment places in Ba Na Hills
Mo Stream - Toc Tien Waterfall
When taking the Ba Na Cable Car to go up Vong Nguyet Hill, tourists can look down and see Mo stream flowing below. In the summer, Mo stream becomes very crowded with tourists because it has a 9-storey Toc Tien waterfall that looks like the hair of a very beautiful fairy. Mo Stream also makes Ba Na more beautiful with the overlapping mountains and streams and alternating waterfalls.

Before taking the cable car to the mountain, you can go to Mo stream to have fun and admire the scenery of Toc Tien waterfall first. You should bring clothes to bathe because Mo stream water is very clear and cool. If you do not want to take a bath, you can come back here when you have finished the trip, but you should return a little early because the evening in Ba Na is quite cold, not suitable for bathing in streams.

Linh Ung Pagoda
Linh Ung Pagoda
Linh Ung Pagoda is a famous tourist destination in Ba Na. This is a spiritual destination for everyone who believes in Buddhism. Although it was just inaugurated in 2004, Linh Ung Pagoda still has the traditional architecture of the Vietnamese people. In particular, the temple also has the presence of the 27m high statue of the Buddha Shakyamuni that can be seen from afar, making Linh Ung Pagoda more majestic.

Bar Debay Wine Cellar
The Wine Cellar is a place where visitors can see firsthand the tools and wine bottles that were built by the French in 1923. Currently, the cellar only displays symbolic items, but there is no wine in the wine bottles in this cellar. If you want to enjoy a delicious glass of French wine, go all the way and you will see a wine bar with a lot of precious wines for you to choose from.

Ba Na Hills French Village
Ba Na Hills French Village
French Village at Sun World Ba Na Hills recreates a classic and romantic France with a combination of unique architectural works: squares, churches, towns, villages, hotels,... Visitors feel like going back in time, experiencing the delicate and poetic living space of one of the oldest countries in the world.

Le Jardin D’Amour
This is a beautiful photography spot in Ba Na for photography enthusiasts. With a complex of areas such as Suoi Mo garden, Eden garden, Mysterious garden, Uyen Uong garden, Meditation garden, Mythical garden, Memory garden, Sacred garden, Vineyard and Promise square, surely you will have a lot of fun coming here.

Golden Bridge
Golden Bridge
Newly opened in June 2018, this golden bridge can be said to be a highlight in Ba Na Hill with a length of nearly 150m, supported by giant hands that help you easily move from foothill or French village to Le Jardin D'Amour flower garden (Thien Thai garden). The meaning of this bridge is that the mountain god is helping people to easily reach Thien Thai garden instead of having to cross the forest or wade streams. Those of you who like to take pictures will definitely love this attractive destination.

Wax Statue Museum
Sun World Ba Na Hills is the first wax exhibition area in Vietnam, with impressive wax replicas of many famous figures in the world in fields such as cinema, music, and music, sports, politicians, etc. Each statue is a sophisticated work of art made by Italian artisans.

Eating in Ba Na Hills
Visitors are not allowed to bring food into Ba Na Hill so as to ensure the hygiene of this place. However do not worry too much about eating here, because in Ba Na Hill there are many different restaurants for you to choose from, including buffet and a la carte.

Eating buffet at Ba Na Hills: Most tourists choose this form of eating. Ba Na Hill buffet is very diverse, with more than 70 different Asian - European dishes, priced from 180,000 - 300,000 VND / person. Some famous buffet restaurants include: Lavande, Arapang, Morin, Beer Plaza, Hoa Lan, etc.

Eat by order : the cost of food will be calculated according to the price you order, and this way is suitable for families with small children. However, it is generally quite expensive, so please check the price carefully before ordering. Some famous restaurants: Caucasus Baku Restaurant, Brasserie Restaurant, Fast food in Fantasy Park (B1 FEC)…

Suggestions for Ba Na Hills tour 1 day
Ba Na Hill has so many places to play, so what is the schedule to go out to explore this place? Below is my suggested itinerary:

8:00 - 8:30: Move to the station to take the cable car (remember to buy tickets online in advance because the queue time to buy tickets is quite long).
8:30 - 8:40: Take the cable car to Marseille station
9am - 9:45am: Visit and take photos at the Golden Bridge
9:45 - 10:20: Visit and take photos at Le Jardin flower garden
10:25 -10:50: Take the mountain train to D'Amour station, visit the flower garden, wine cellar, Linh Ung pagoda
11h - 11h10: Depart from Debay - Morin Station to move to the French Village
11h25 - 13h: Visit French Village, have lunch at restaurants here.
13h - 16h: Join games at Fantasy amusement park, Wax museum…
16h-16h15: Move to L'indochine Station, take the cable car to Toc Tien Waterfall Station to finish the journey.

Some notes when traveling to Ba Na Hills
- Bring a jacket if you want to spend the night in Ba Na Hill because Ba Na is quite cold at night
- Bring sunscreen, hat, hat because noon here is as hot as summer
- Book a hotel room in Ba Na in advance if you decide to spend the night here
- Pay attention to general hygiene and dispose of garbage in the right place
- Buy Ba Na Hill cable car tickets online to avoid waiting in line to buy tickets when coming to Ba Na
- Ba Na cable car ticket is only used during the day, you pay attention to ensure the time to use the ticket.

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