By train it takes from 2 to 3 hours to travel 94 km from Hue to Da Nang. This is a relatively short journey for which one of the cheaper 2nd Class A/C seats offers enough comfort for travellers more used to trains in Western Europe, Malaysia or North America.
Train Times from Hue to Da Nang
There are currently 8 train services a day from Hue to Da Nang.
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Location of Hue Train Station
Read more about Hue Railway Station.
Location of Da Nang Train Station
Da Nang Train Station is located 2.7 km from the Dragon Bridge.
About DHC Marina in Da Nang
DHC Marina is a riverside area in between the famous Dragon Bridge and the Love Bridge.
Attractions at DHC Marina
The marina has cafes, restaurants and a concrete structure which resembles a cruise ship permanently moored and accessible by a bridge. The ‘cruise ship’ has a restaurant, bar, seating area and clean toilet facilities. The centre piece of the DHC Marina is a platform over the river which features a large white statue of a fish transforming into a dragon. After 7 pm at night a fountain sprays water from the mouth of the dragon part of the statue which is lit up with multi-coloured lights.
Views of Dragon Bridge
The big draw for visitors to come to the DHC Marina, however, is not the marina itself it is the views across to the nearby Dragon Bridge. The Dragon Bridge is 666 metres long and has a dragon shape incorporated into the middle section of the structure of the bridge. This dragon is illuminated with LED lights every night, and from 21:00 on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays, fire or water comes out of the mouth of the dragon.
The bridge was completed in 2013 and since then it has become the most iconic attraction in Da Nang, and the DHC Marina is probably the best place to be to get a night time view of the bridge. It gets very busy at weekends with foreign and domestic tourists, and a sizeable proportion of the city’s residents.