By train the journey from Bong Son to Da Nang is scheduled to take from 4 to 5 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Bong Son to Da Nang
There are currently 3 train services a day from Bong Son to Da Nang available to book online.
- The fastest train service from Bong Son to Da Nang is Train #SE8 which departs from Bong Son at 20:17 and is scheduled to arrive in Da Nang 4 hours 19 minutes later at 00:36.
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About Travel to Da Nang
Da Nang is a large vibrant coastal city which is an excellent base for visiting several of Vietnam’s top tourist attractions. Da Nang is less popular than Nha Trang as a tourist destination in it’s own right, but it does have great facilities for tourists and location close to some significant places which can’t be reached by train, particularly Hoi An.
Attractions in Da Nang City
Da Nang is city dominated by two features: the river running through the centre and the long stretch of sandy coastline to the East of the city centre.
There are several magnificent bridges crossing the Han River to connect the Western and Eastern halves of the city, and the riverside itself has been developed into a tourist attraction. The best known of these bridges is the Dragon Bridge which is lit up at night. The river is also busy with boats of all kinds.
The main beach, My Khe Beach, is 30 km long and lined with hotels, bars and restaurants. It’s close to the city centre and an excellent place to stay for a few nights whilst exploring the local area.
Hoi An’s Old Town area is the major attraction in the area. Hoi An doesn’t have its own train station, however, it’s only 30 km from Da Nang Railway Station, making Da Nang the best transit point between Hoi An and the Vietnamese railway network.
Ba Na Hills
Ba Na Hills was established by the French in the early 20th Century as a holiday retreat. A French style village with gardens was constructed there to take advantage of the cooler temperatures of the location, which is 1,500 metres above sea level. Ba Na Hills has recently become internationally well known after the construction of the 150 metre long hill top Golden Bridge.
The bottom station of the cable car service up to Ba Na Hills is located 23 km by road from Da Nang city centre.
My Son Sanctuary
Located 45 km to the South East of Da Nang, the My Son Sanctuary is a temple complex constructed between the 4th and 14th Centuries by the people of the Cham civilisation, which once ruled over much of Southern and Central Vietnam. The My Son Sanctuary is an historically important site, but sadly not as well preserved as some of the other major temple complexes in South East such as Bagan in Myanmar or the Angkor Archaeological Park in Cambodia.