Trip overview from DaNang Railway Station
To make trip planning super easy and fast, we created a step-by-step guide to find the best way to travel from DaNang Railway Station.
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How to get from DaNang Railway Station
We recommend to take the public bus to and from DaNang railway station. The bus stop is just a 5-minute walk from Da Nang Railway station and a 20-minute walk from Hoi An center.
Your options at a glance
|Public Bus||1 hour||20.000 VND (€0,80)||No online tickets|
|Taxi||45 min||250.000 VND (€9,50)||No online tickets|
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If you haven’t found your best transport option yet, no problem. This was just the intro. Below we share our step-by-step guide of how to get from DaNang Railway Station to Hoi An.
You can order a taxi with Go Travel Vietnam for 250.000 VND (€9,50) or hail one for 300.000 to 400.000 VND (€11-€15).
Public Bus from DaNang Railway Station
Duration: 1 hour
Costs: 20.000 VND (€0,80)
From the railway station, it’s a 10-minute walk to the public bus stop. Go straight when you walk out of the railway station and turn left when you stand in front of the pizza hut on the corner of the street (4-minute walk).
From here it’s a 500m walk (6 minutes) to the bus stop located at “155 Le Duan road”.
From this bus stop, you can catch the yellow public bus #1, running every 20 minutes from 5:30 till 17:50.
See here the exact route:
Đà Nẵng central bus station – Tôn Đức Thắng –Điện Biên Phủ –Hà Huy Tập – Hà Khê – Nguyễn Tất Thành – Ông Ích Khiêm – Lê Duẩn – Chi Lăng – Hùng Vương –Trần Phú – Trưng Nữ Vương – Núi Thành – Duy Tân – Cầu Trần Thị Lý – Ngũ Hành Sơn – Lê Văn Hiến – Trần Đại Nghĩa – Hội An bus station.
Yellow bus #1 is also the same bus that passes by the bus stop close to the airport. The bus ride takes around half an hour to Hoi An and only costs you 18.000 VND (€0,80). But don’t expect a high service level for this price.
Also, note that bus drivers often try to overcharge tourists. Just point politely to the correct prices on their official website and don’t let them fool you.
Taxi from DaNang Railway Station
Costs: 250.000 VND (€9,50)
When you want to go from Hoi An to DaNang railway station, you can also hail a taxi or book one in advance.
You can book a taxi with “Go Travel Vietnam’ for 250.000 VND (€9,50). Their office is located at “61A Phan Chau Trinh st” at the corner of Le Loi street in the Old Town of Hoi An. You can also contact them on their Facebook page.
Expect to pay around 300.000 to 400.000 VND (€11-€15) when you catch one from the railway station to Hoi An. You can find them outside of the railway station.
My favourite places to stay in Hoi An
You think you can only find good banana pancakes in Thailand? Wait till you get them for breakfast at HaLo HomeStay. This homestay has it all: The high-end standard of a hotel combined with the family feeling of a homestay. The owners serve a lovely breakfast and will do everything to get most out of your stay. You can explore Hoi An with their free bicycle rental and reach the Old Quarter or beach within 5 minutes.
Double rooms from: €11
When Halo Homestay is already fully booked, there are still several other great options to stay in Hoi An. Flame Flowers Homestay is one of them. Expect a very warm welcome from the owners. They will feel like family from the moment you meet them.
Double rooms from: €15
Looking for a more luxurious experience right next to the beach? This little villa is within walking distance from the beach and is a perfect place to stay when you want to escape from the busy city life. Chill at the beach, relax at the pool and have a great night of sleep in a comfy bed.
Double rooms from: €36
Things to do in Hoi An
The online activity platform Klook offers many tours in Hoi An at great prices. I used it now for a couple of times and had great experiences. And the prices are often even lower than when you book with a local travel agent!
And most important, by booking the activity in advance, you avoid the problem of fully booked tours.
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