Dieu Tri Railway Station is the closest mainline train station to Quy Nhon. By train the journey from Dieu Tri to Da Nang is scheduled to take from 5 to 6 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Quy Nhon to Da Nang
There are currently 5 trains a day from Dieu Tri (Quy Nhon) to Da Nang available to book online.
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- The fastest train service from Quy Nhon (Dieu Tri) to Da Nang is Train #SE2 which departs from Dieu Tri at 08:20 and is scheduled to arrive in Da Nang 5 hours 14 minutes later at 13:34.
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Location of Dieu Tri Railway Station (Quy Nhon)
Location of Da Nang Railway Station
About Travel to Da Nang
Often overlooked as a holiday destination, Da Nang in Central Vietnam is vibrant coastal city and an excellent base for visiting some of the most interesting attractions in Vietnam. Da Nang itself is a large industrialised city with over a million residents, most of whom are employed in activities unrelated to tourism. Nonetheless, Da Nang is a city of enormous natural beauty. The Han River runs through the city with several majestic bridges crosing over this wide inland waterway. Da Nang also has lots of beaches both in the city and nearby, foremost of which is the 30 km My Khe beach. Moreover, Da Nang has it’s own ‘jungle within a city’ in the Son tra Peninsula just to the north of the city centre where visit follow forest trails and spot wild monkeys.
There are also four signifciant point of interest within easy travelling distance of Da Nang which can be visited on day trips:
- Marble Mountains: The Marble Mountains are a cluster of 5 hills. On 4 of these hills are temples and caves which can be reached by following trains and staircases. The Marble Mountains are located 11 km to the south of Da Nang city centre on the road which goes to Hoi An.
- Ba Na Hills: Ba Na Hills was created during the period of French colonial rule, and served a similar purpose to the hill stations of the British Empire. Located at 1,500 metres above sea level, Ba Na Hills features a recreation of a rural French town complete with ornamental flower gardens and French restaurants. A more recent addition to this early 20th Century themed holiday resort is the 150 metre long Golden Bridge supported by two giant hands.
- Hoi An: The old town area of Hoi An is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Hoi An was important port during the 7th to 10th Centuries, and again during the 16th to 18th Centuries. Hoi An features many historic buildings the most famous of which is a Japanese style covered bridge.
- My Son Sancturary: The My Son Sanctuary is a mssive important historic site located 50 km to the west of Da Nang. The My Son Sanctuary was during the 4th to 11th Centuries a large temple complex used by the people of the Cham civilisation who ruled over Southern Vietnam during that period.