Hoi an to da nang


The best way to lớn get from Danang to Hoi An is by road. Most travellers will stay in Hoi An, the picture-perfect UNESCO Heritage-listed town but will arrive in Danang by air or rail. This is because Hoi An has neither a railway station nor an airport, but don’t worry, it isn’t far and below I’ll cover the quickest, cheapest, most luxurious, budge,t & comfortable ways to lớn get between Danang & Hoi An.

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Danang to lớn Hoi An

We made the short đoạn phim below using our real & frequent experiences of travelling between Danang và Hoi An. We further explain your transport options and how khổng lồ organise them further down the page. We were in Hoi An as a family & would make this trip often, with kids, it’s not hard lớn bởi and we felt safe taking the bus between Danag và Hoi An. Likewise taxis on this route were comfortable and felt safe, but cost more.

You could, of course, find a motorbike và driver, a scooter taxi to lớn take you from Danang khổng lồ Hoi An. As there were four of us this was impractical và dangerous. If you’re looking for further information on Hoi An we have guides to lớn Hoi An with kids, Hoi An Food & Restaurants, and Hoi An Markets. We were also living in Hoi An during the floods, we can tell you all about Hoi An during flooding.

Most holidaymakers or backpackers heading khổng lồ Hoi An will have khổng lồ arrive sầu via Danang, either from the airport or train station. This post aims to make that journey easier for you. Getting to lớn Danang from Saigon ( Ho Chi Minh) is easy, there is a sleeper train or, obviously, you could fly. We have sầu a full post on this journey too.

Private Transfers From Danang (City, Airport or Railway Station) khổng lồ Hoi An

This is a typical oto used for private transfers between Danang and Hoi An.

Both the quickest and most luxurious way khổng lồ travel between Danang and Hoi An is a private transfer. This gives you total control in both time & vehicle type. Whether you’re a group of 4 or alone, you can tailor your journey to suit you. Want a fancy car? Simple pay a little extra and specify what you want. Transfers can be booked & paid in advance so that you can be met as you step out of the airport or railway station and delivered straight to your khách sạn. No worrying about finding a xe taxi, local money or explaining the destination address.

Private transfers are the most expensive sầu way but give sầu peace of mind and mean that your holiday gets off to lớn the best possible start. I’d recommover private transfers if this is your first time in a destination and your time is limited.

You can also use private transfers to lớn explore further field such as up lớn Hue via Hai Van Pass and the DMZ. Finding a great trustworthy hire oto và driver can make the difference between a great or bad holiday. To find a private transport book here.

Public Taxis Danang- Hoi An (và Cost)

The very visible bright yellow FaiFoo taxis are based up in Danang but bởi drive sầu all over the region.

In most Asian destinations you’ll be tripping over taxis. This is true in both Danang International Airport và Danang Railway Station. All taxis are metered và you’ll need lớn make sure that the drivers use their meters.

If they refuse just leave & get another taxi. I’ve not had a taxi refuse to use their meter in nearly 6 months, but it can happen, particularly on public holidays lượt thích Tet.

There are 3 main xe taxi companies in the region và prices are very similar as are their standards.

Mai Linc taxi company has green taxis and the drivers normally wear a white and green jacket.Faifoo taxis are yellow with Faifoo written down the side of each vehicle. VinaSun is another big company that operates across Danang và Hoi An & uses White cars with red & green arrows in a circle as their biệu tượng công ty.

The price from Danang Airport is between 350,000 Dong- 450,000 Dong ($15-$20US) depending on where your hotel is located. It is a similar price from Danang Railway Station although it will depover on the time of day and traffic as you’ll need to drive sầu through Danang first until you get to the coast road or inlvà highway.

Mai Linch Taxi company has a heavy presence in Hoi An và in Danang. They are practically

The benefit of taking a taxi is you can show up and jump in the first one and go. Especially if you’re not sure of when you’ll arrive & don’t lượt thích making prearranged plans.

The downside is that it can be more expensive sầu than organising a car before you arrive và you’ll need local currency to pay for the journey. Keep your wits about you especially if you have just arrived in the country. Taxis the world over have sầu been known khổng lồ drive the ‘long’ way to the destination so make sure they think you know exactly where you are và where your destination is. A mobile phone with maps open on your lap is great for this.

Public Bus Between Danang và Hoi An

One of the recognisable yellow buses that operate in Danang và down to Hoi An. Cheap & cheerful but certainly not luxury và harder with luggage.

The pubic bus from Danang to lớn Hoi An is route 1 & departs và arrives 1 blochồng over from the railway station. The buses are small and if you have a lot of luggage it could be problematic. With a small bag, it is OK. On leaving the railway station just walk straight out & along the road leading directly away from the station. At the first phối of lights, there is a T junction. The bus runs along this road first road.

The signs are written in Vietnamese but are easy enough to lớn read & the number 1 is large and on the front of the bus. It will drive sầu through Danang đô thị and then take the inlvà road down to Hoi An Bus Station. Travel time is approximately 45 minutes lớn an hour depending on traffic and the cost is 30,000 Dong ($1.25US). If your bag takes a seat up you’ll be expected lớn pay for that as well.

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Hoi An Bus Station is located 2 km to the centre of the old town although there are plenty of taxis here to take you to lớn a khách sạn or destination of your choice. It’s certainly walkable.

From Danang International Airport there isn’t a bus directly to lớn Hoi An. You could catch the bus that goes past the airport (it doesn’t enter the airport complex) and change buses or walk approximately 1 km inkhổng lồ town và piông chồng up the bus from there. Alternatively, you could catch a xe taxi to lớn the bus stop. Unless you’re really trying to lớn save as much as possible I wouldn’t catch a bus from the airport as the hassle isn’t worth the saved money. If there are 4 people the two buses or bus/xe taxi won’t save sầu you at all.

Uber or Grab Taxis in Central Vietnam

Uber và Grab are operational in both Danang và Hoi An. You should have no trouble finding either in both the airport và the railway station. Just make sure you have the app loaded onto your phone. You’ll also need data if the airport WiFi isn’t working.

Grab is the bigger company and slightly cheaper. Based in Singapore it allows taxis to lớn use Grab as well as the normal taxis service. This means your Grab could be a normal xe taxi that is ‘moonlighting’ legally as a private service.

They also have sầu motorbike Grab if you’re alone and this is significantly cheaper. I’ve seen numerous backpackers with bags on their baông xã take this service. Grab should provide a helmet for the pillion passenger but be warned the unique of helmets in Vietnam giới isn’t up lớn international standards. Accidents on the road here are 3-4 times that of Europe, especially on two wheels.

I’ve sầu not had much luck using Grab and prefer Uber where I find the cars are of a higher standard. Uber has also started using motorxe đạp pickups alongside its Uber X and Uber SUV for larger families or luggage. I haven’t used UberBike yet so I can’t comment on their service but imagine that it is similar khổng lồ Grab. All xe đạp riders need a helmet by law so I imagine they provide this lượt thích Grab.

The price is very dependent on the time of day và dem&. This is how Uber and Grab operate across the globe và while I noticed that during New Year there was no price surge (Vietnamese don’t celebrate NYE) during Tet it was either massively inflated or just unavailable.

As an example, the fares from Danang Airport to lớn Hoi An at 1400 hours were 165,000 Dong ($7.50 US) for an Uber Bike và 350,000 Dong ($14 US) for an Uber X. The SUV was about $2 US more.

Shuttle Transfers khổng lồ Hoi An from Danang

Shuttle buses are perfect for larger groups who don’t mind sharing. While not as frequent và not direct, the cost reflects this. Shuttle buses will normally only stop a few times to lớn pick up and drop off other passengers in Hoi An. Unfortunately with the increase in private hire companies this option is becoming less common as it is often cheaper khổng lồ just book a whole minibus for your group. To book shuttle buses and private buses click here.

This is a typical shuttle bus that runs between Danang & Hoi An in both directions. You can also hire it out solely for your tiệc nhỏ if you have large numbers.

This option isn’t readily available from Danang Railway Station at present and I doubt it will return anytime soon.

With so many options getting from Danang to Hoi An at multiple price points it really is as easy or hard as you make it. I’ve sầu done all of the above sầu during my 6 months in Hoi An, from both the airport and railway station & enjoyed them all. Take your pichồng and enjoy the ride.

If you’re time short và want to lớn fly from Ho Chi Minc city you can kiểm tra out options here. It isn’t as nice as the train but it is much quicker. Just note that you’ll need lớn get from Danang International Airport down to lớn Hoi An as there isn’t an airport in Hoi An. See the above sầu for your options.

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