By train the journey from Bien Hoa to Da Nang is scheduled to take from 16 to 18 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train Times: Bien Hoa to Da Nang
There are 4 direct train services a day from Bien Hoa to Da Nang.
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- The fastest train from Bien Hoa to Da Nang is Train #SE4 which departs from Bien Hoa at 20:12 and is scheduled to arrive 16 hours 19 minutes later at 12:31.
- The slowest train from Bien Hoa to Da Nang is Train #SE22 which is scheduled to complete the journey in 18 hours 07 minutes.
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About Travel to Da Nang
Da Nang isn’t as popular a tourist destination as Nha Tang, but it is a larger city, with more points of interest, and a better beach. Da Nang is Vietnam’s fifth largest city with a population of other 1 million people. The city centre is very modern with good hotels, restaurants and a vibrant nightlife. Some effort has been put in to trying to make Da Nang more popular as a tourist destination. In particular one of the bridges across the Han River, the Dragon Bridge, has been designed to look like a dragon is crossing over the river. At the weekend, every weekend, at 21:00 exactly flames and water come out of the head of the dragon in a popular display that people line the riverbank to see.
The main beach in Da Nang, My Khe Beach, is 30 km long and lined with hotels, bars and restaurants. My Khe beach is a commercial beach but it is also a very good one that visitors will enjoy. Another peculiarity of Da Nang is that the city has its own jungle in the form of the Son Tra Peninsular which is just to the north of Da Nang city centre. There are bike trails across the Son Tra peninsular, secluded beaches, an impressive temple and a native rare species of monkey. The major historical attraction in the area is the My Son Sanctuary, which is located 47 km by road from Da Nang. The My Son Sanctuary is a 4th Century temple complex built by the Cham civilisation that has recently attained UNESCO World Heritage site status.