By train the journey from Nam Dinh to Da Nang is scheduled to take from 13 to 17 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Nam Dinh to Da Nang
There are currently 8 train services a day from Nam Dinh to Da Nang.
- The fastest train service from Nam Dinh to Da Nang is Train #SE1 which departs from Nam Dinh at 23:49 and is scheduled to arrive in Da Nang 13 hours 08 minutes later at 12:57.
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About Travel to Da Nang
Da Nang is a large city with over 1 million permanent residents which is far less popular with foreign tourists than Nha Trang. Da Nang has lots of points of interest in and near the city, as well as fantastic beaches, however, the city is generally considered less accessible to foreign visitors than Nha Trang and tourism is not Da Nang’s primary industry.
Places to Visit in Da Nang
The main attraction for tourists in Da Nang city centre is My Khe Beach, which is 30 km long and lined with bars, restaurants and hotels. Slightly to the north of the city centre is the Son Tra Peninsula which is a large protected area with a forest, beaches and an interesting temple. The Han River, which runs through the city centre, is crossed by several dramatic bridges including the Thuan Phuoc Bridge and the illuminated Dragon Bridge.
Day Trips from Da Nang
Da Nang is also an excellent base for visiting a number of major nearby attractions:
- My Son Sanctuary (47 km from Da Nang): The My Son Sanctuary is a temple complex constructed between the 4th and 14th Centuries by people of the Cham civilisation. The ruins are located in 14 clusters across a site measuring 1.42 square kilometres.
- Hoi An (30 km from Da Nang): Hoi An is an ancient port town with many points of interest.
- Ba Na Hills (37 km from Da Nang): The centre point of this attraction is a recreation of a rural French town opened as a tourist attraction by the French colonialists in 1919. Ba Na Hills also features 9 connected gardens and a 150 metre long curved pedestrian bridge held up by giant hands connecting two hill tops.