Ha Noi Full Moon Bus
18 Hours Ride by SLEEPER BUS
Hoi An Full Moon Bus
Please moving to Departure Location 20 minutes early to check in !
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$ 25

Number of tickets

Total: 25
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Ha Noi to Hoi An By Sleeper Bus Departure 17.30pm

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

Departure Location: Queen Cafe Office ( 208 Tran Quang Khai Street – Ha Noi Old Quater )

Drop off Location: 105 Ton Duc Thang Street ( Hoi An City Center )

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

Ha Noi Airport landing please contact: WhatsApp / zalo / phone: +84 917 805 355 ( Mr. Michael )

Bus Ha Noi to Hoi An Itinerary

Ha Noi to Hoi An around 850km Route. There are 3 options how you can get to Hoi An City from Ha Noi: Flight Ha Noi to Da Nang then take a taxi Da Nang to Hoi An, Train fro Ha Noi to Da Nang and taxi to Hoi An( Hoi An no Airtport and Train Station ), Sleeper Bus. We highly recomend this Route by Sleeper Bus as Fast, Cheapest and Direct way. Fares start from 25$ for the 18 hours journey.

17:30: Bus start from Our office: Queen Cafe Office ( 208 Tran Quang Khai Street – Ha Noi Old Quater )

Bus will stop 1-2 times on the way ( in a Restaurant )

7:00 : Arrival: Hue City Center, Bus will stop in front of our office. Please take your luggage out to change the Bus ( Break time to change the Bus 1 hour )

12:00 : Arrival: Hoi An City Center, drop off

Ha Noi to Hoi An Bus time

Ha Noi to Hoi An: 17:20, 17:30 25$ / Pax
WhatsApp +84917805355
Depart from: 208, Tran Quang Khai Street, Ha Noi Old Quater Daily

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

Ha Noi

Founded over 1000 years ago, Vietnam’s capital city is rich in history, with the streets of its rambling Old Quarter dating back to the 14th century. Wandering these tree-lined lanes past crumbling colonial facades will transport you back in time. However, today’s Hanoi is about much more than the past. The ancient city is being invigorated with modern cafes, world-class restaurants, and cool art galleries. When the sun goes down, you have your pick of watering holes, from sophisticated rooftop bars to buzzing bia hơi.

Hoi An

Hoi An is a place where the bold march of progress peters into a leisurely amble. In this one-time trading port, the Thu Bon River meanders past crumbling shop houses and weathered pagodas, while sampans come and go from the old ferry quay. Outside the Old Town, two-lane roads slice through waving rice fields and emerge at a frothy coastline. Stay a couple of days, and Hoi An’s easygoing beauty and lantern-lit nights may leave you hopelessly beguiled.

Things to do in Hoi An City

Get lost in the Old Town

Merchants from China, Japan and later Europe settled in Hoi An from the 15th to 19th centuries, creating a unique architectural fusion. Bring your camera as you tread the Japanese Bridge, Tan Ky ancestral house, and Phuc Kien Assembly Hall.

Treat your taste buds

Dining in Hoi An is pure pleasure. Farms and fishing boats contribute just-picked vegetables, seafood, herbs and fruit to the markets daily. Three quintessential Hoi An dishes are Cao Lau, Hoanh Thanh, and white rose dumplings.

Cycle in the countryside

Sunrise in Hoi An is a prime time to grab your hat and hop on a bike. With any luck, you’ll find yourself in a sea of green, with water buffalo flicking their tails. In Cam Thanh and Tra Que, you’ll pass vegetable farms and frond-fringed ponds.

Hit the beach

An Bang Beach, just a 10-minute drive from the Ancient Town, promises seafood lunches, sandy stretches and cool waves. Bring your books, beach blankets, and bikinis; or board a boat to the pristine shores of the Cham Islands.

Marvel at My Son

My Son Sanctuary is a UNESCO Cultural Heritage Site 40 kilometres from Hoi An. Tucked into a valley near a shaded stream, these temples were built by the Cham people. The surviving structures date from the 7th to the 13th century.

Hoi An Weather

Expect rainy days and several storms from October to January. If you arrive at the start of the year, bring a few extra layers to stay warm. March to May are the best months to visit, but you can also see Hoi An from June to August if you don’t mind the heat.

Hoi An Transport

The international airport in Da Nang is a 50-minute drive from the Ancient Town. There are domestic flights from Vietnam’s major cities to Da Nang, as well as direct flights from regional hubs. Hoi An can also be reached by bus or shuttle vans from nearby destinations, such as Nha Trang, Da Nang or Hue. Walking and cycling is ideal for sightseeing in the Ancient Town and the countryside. Taxis and ride-hailing apps can also take you around. Ask your hotel about a private car for trips further afield.

From November 2021, Hoi An will open to an unlimited number of vaccinated tourists, who will be able to travel without quarantine requirements. Please check the current travel advisory for updates and application details.

Cancellation policy: Ha Noi Full Moon Bus - Hoi An Full Moon Bus

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

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