Trains from Tuy Hoa to Da Nang

The journey by train from Tuy Hoa to Da Nang is scheduled to take from 7 to 10 hours depending upon which train service you take.

Train Times from Tuy Hoa to Da Nang


There are currently 6 trains a day from Tuy Hoa to Da Nang.

TrainTuy HoaDa Nang
SE602:3310:26
SE404:3411:59
SE1205:0014:54
SE206:2213:17
SE816:1000:32
SE2222:0105:55
  • The fastest train service between Tuy Hoa and Da Nang is Train #SE2 departing at 06:22 and arriving in Da Nang 6 hours 55 minutes later at 13:17.
  • The slowest train service between Tuy Hoa and Da Nang is Train #SE12 departing at 05:00 and scheduled to arrive in Da Nang 9 hours 54 minutes later at 14:54.

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Location of Da Nang Railway Station


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About Travel to Da Nang


With over 1 million permanent residents Da Nang is a large city, and an important industrial centre. Da Nang is also a place which tourists are increasingly visiting and using as a base for visiting attractions in the surrounding area. Da Nang is not as popular a destination as Nha Trang, which is best known for its beach and theme park on an island, or Hue, which has an extraordinary range of historic buildings within and around its Imperial Citadel. Da Nang also has a great beach, My Khe Beach which is 30 km, but not so many points of interest within the city centre itself compared to Hue, or indeed Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City. Nonetheless, Da Nang is a vibrant and beautiful city with the wide Ha River running through the centre and featuring a series of magnificent bridges.

Fishermen on the beach in Da Nang
Fishermen on the beach in Da Nang

Form Da Nang city centre it’s an easy day trip to visit some of the most interesting and historical important attractions in Central Vietnam. Foremost amongst these is the old quarter of Hoi An, located 30 km to the south of Da Nang. Hoi An was an important trading port in the 7th to 10th Centuries and then again during the 16th to 18th Centuries, and has a notable range of well preserved old buildings. Visitors can stay overnight in Hoi An, although there are advantages to staying in Da Nang, which offers better value for money and has better transport links.

Other nearby paces of interest include: the My Son Sanctuary, 47 km by road from Da Nang; Ba Na Hills, 37 km by road from Da Nang; the Son Tra Peninsula, which is a protected area at the northern edge of the city; and the Marble Mountains, just 11 km to the south of Da Nang. The My Son Sanctuary is the most important of these attractions and the hardest one to reach. You need to take a long bus journey and then a taxi if you want to travel by public transport. A better option is to arrange a taxi or a tour. The My Son Sanctuary features 14 clusters of buildings spread over a 1.42 square kilometre site. The My Son Sanctuary was one of the most important religious centres of the Cham civilisation, constructed over a long period from the 4th to 14th Centuries. Although less well preserved the buildings in the Angkor Archaeological Park and Bagan in Myanmar, the My Son Sanctuary is a temple complex on a large scale which has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage site status.

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