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Da Lat vers Hoi An

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Hoi An en un coup d'œil

Haute saison

Feb - April
Météo actuelle
Les endroits à ne pas manquer
Japanese covered bridge
Devise locale
Bon à savoir
When seeking a mix between old-world quietness and free-spiritedness, come to Hoi An. Hoi An is special because cars are almost prohibited from entering the center. It used to be a major port city but “time stopped” in the 18th century due to environmental changes. Through the city cuts the Thu Bon river; it’s recommended to take a boat ride at sunset here. After exploring the streets, visit the Ginger Spa for Vietnamese herbal treatment. Cloned clothes are a very cool thing to take advantage of from the skilled tailors that work between the marigold-colored, French colonial structures.

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Top reviews

Good sleeping-bus
Amazing from Hoi An to Dalat. In the first hours you can sleep, in the last hours you can enjoy the amazing view, in the morning. The bus is like all the others, normal. Price is a little bit expensive. Arrived earlier. About 1h.
Solid and cheap
Overall we arrived in time. The bus departure was 1 hour delayed and we had to transfer once at 5am. The following bus came 2h later. Anyway we arrived on time and the staff was open for questions and caring for the passengers.
The trip was alright
The trip was alright
Not great but not bad
Finding the bus station firstly wasn’t too bad as we got a taxi however it is in a pretty strange place. Checking in was very easy. This service we thought was for getting people from one place to another in the sleeper bus. However most of the bus storage and seats were taken up with boxes that they were transporting from one place to the next. The driver showed us to our beds and seemed ok at the time. After reading lots of negative reviews, we were expecting the worst but so far so good! The beds on the bus were small. I am 5’4” and I just about fit. In the 15 hour bus journey, we had 1 main stop around 3-4 hours in. But don’t worry, if you need a wee, you can tell the bus driver to stop and you can do your business at the side of the road (as many people did, weird)!! From there, the reviews of rude bus drivers started!! I understand that there’s a massive language barrier however they I don’t feel it’s acceptable for them to ignore and dismiss you when you ask them a question. When I was approving the drop off point (I was fast asleep) they woke me up by punching me on my shoulder several times. If you’re not a morning person, you will definitely get irritated by this, because I did!! I asked if we had approached Hoi An and he replied ‘taxi’, took the bags off the bus and drove off! I’m assuming this meant I needed to get a taxi at 3:30am in the middle of nowhere. Thankfully there were 2 taxi drivers around the corner so I jumped in one of them to get to my hostel. Overall the journey wasn’t that bad however it could definitely be improved