13.00
Da Nang Full Moon Bus
2,5 Hours Ride by LIMOSINE BUS
15.30
Hue Full Moon Bus
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Da Nang to Hue by Limosine Bus Departure 13.00pm

Tour Operator: Ninh Binh FootPrint TravelPayPal Account: trantan1988@gmail.com   What Aaap: +84917805355

Departure Location: 255 Le Thach Street, Da Nang City Center ( Quang Dung Office )

Drop off Location: 20 Duong Van An Street, Xuan Phu, Hue City

Ninh Binh FootPrint Travel – the operator tourism services with budget price, youthful style for true value

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Bus Da Nang to Hue Itinerary

Da Nang City to Hue City Center around 120km Route. Traveling by bus from Da Nang City to Hue is the most convenient and budget-friendly option. It takes around 2-3 hours and costs between VND 200,000 and 300,000. Several bus companies operate on this route. Taking a bus allows you to conveniently explore the beautiful route from Da Nang to Hue.

13:00: Bus start from Our office: 255 Le Thach Street, Da Nang City Center ( Quang Dung Office )

Bus will stop on the way ( in a Restaurant )

15:30: Arrival: Hue City Center , drop off

Da Nang to Hue Bus time

Da Nang to Hue: 1 hour/time, Limosine Bus 12$ / Pax
WhatsApp +84917805355
Depart from: Da Nang City Center Daily

Baggage: No specific regulation, but it is recommended that luggage not exceed 20kg + 1 carry-on bag /person

Hue City

Hue is a city chock-full of stories. The Kings of the Nguyen Dynasty built their feudal capital along Hue’s fertile riverbanks and atop its forested hills, but their imperial legacy is just one of many reasons to visit. Hue’s refined cuisine is the stuff of legend, and its leafy streets are lined with mossy pagodas, art déco mansions, and eye-popping markets. Through the whole scene flows the Perfume River, setting a languid pace the rest of the city is happy to follow

Things to do in Hue

See Imperial Vietnam

Get acquainted with Vietnam’s last royal dynastic family by exploring what survives of their 143-year reign. Roam the palaces, pavilions and theatres of the Hue Citadel and make time to visit the tombs of emperors Tu Duc, Minh Mang and Khai Dinh.

Eat like a king

You’re never far from a world-class meal in Hue. Nose around the flapping-fresh produce at Dong Ba Market for a teaser, then whet your appetite with Hue’s much-loved snacks, such as Banh Khoai and Banh Beo.

Explore the city’s Buddhist roots

Hue’s serene atmosphere is most penetrating in its pagodas and monasteries. See the iconic seven-tiered tower of Thien Mụ Pagoda, then pay a visit to Tu Hieu Monastery, where Thich Nhat Hanh spent his days as a novice monk.

Cycle in the rice paddies  

Hue’s photogenic streets and lush countryside are a wonderland for casual cyclists. The ride to the tile-roofed Thanh Toan Bridge is one of Hue’s most captivating, winding past vegetable farms, footbridges, and flocks of ducks.

Revisit colonial history   

Travellers with an eye for architecture will enjoy seeing what remains of French influence in Hue. Stroll down Le Loi to encounter the art déco lines of La Residence Hotel, and the stately crimson buildings of Quoc Hoc High School

Thing to do in Da Nang

Enjoy the beach

Be sure to set the alarm clock early at least once on your stay. Along the shore, fishermen sell the day’s catch, football and volleyball matches spring up all around, and people jog, stroll or simply relax on the sand.

See the Son Tra Peninsula

The Son Tra Peninsula strikes out into the ocean, its densely forested hillsides are home to the endangered red-shanked douc langur — one of the world’s most striking primates. Grab some binoculars, hire a motorbike, and head out for a day of wildlife spotting.

Learn about Cham culture

The Cham people once ruled much of Central Vietnam, and ruins of their temples have been excavated around Da Nang. The superb Cham Museum of Sculpture houses the largest collection of Cham sculpture in the world.

Dine on street food

Da Nang is a dream destination for foodies, with scores of seafront eateries and street food stalls. Mi Quang — a dish of rice noodles, pork, shrimp, quail eggs, peanuts and fresh herbs — is must-try delight.

Explore Marble Mountains

Marble Mountains is a collection of five outcrops topped with atmospheric pagodas, only 15 minutes from the city. Set out in the early morning to take a serene walk up stone steps, explore hidden caves, and admire ancient shrines.

Cancellation policy: Da Nang Full Moon Bus - Hue Full Moon Bus

REFUND 75% excluding fee (more than 48 hours before departure)

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