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Ninh Binh to Da Nang

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2 ways to get from Ninh Binh to Da Nang

Taking a Bus from Ninh Binh to Da NangDuration: 12h 30m
Know before you go

Travel options are limited between Ninh Binh to Da Nang but bus travel serves as an economical possibility. This is a lengthy journey so bring food with you to pass time. This bus comes equipped with aircon, blankets, and reclining seats. When at the station, seek the white and blue Camel travel bus.

  • Pros
    • Makes bathroom stops
    • Overnight accommodation replacement
    • Clean and comfortable vehicle
    • Flexible luggage allowance
  • Cons
    • Long journey
    • Shared bus: possibly noisy and crowded
    • Unstable WiFi connection
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Taking a Train from Ninh Binh to Da NangDuration: 14h
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The train between Ninh Binh to Da Nang is a representation of modern Vietnam. It’s very clean, and you get a bed to sleep on for the long journey. The cabin comes with water and snacks, aircon, WiFi, charger sockets. Make sure to arrive to station with enough of a time window.

  • Pros
    • Bathrooms on board
    • Flexible luggage allowance
    • Partially refundable
    • Time advantage
    • Easy access to socialization with locals and travelers alike
  • Cons
    • No rest stops
    • Shared cabin - little privacy
    • Printed ticket required
    • Expensive option
    • No personal pick ups, drop offs
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About the ride from Ninh Binh to Da Nang

After a few days spent in Ninh Binh, the paradise for nature lovers, it’s time to continue your journey through Vietnam. The next stop on your list is a real treat for beach bums and history buffs! Da Nang is located on the South China Sea and the mouth of the Hum River, making it one of the most important trade cities in this area.

When traveling the 670 kilometer (416 mile) distance between Ninh Binh and Da Nang, you have two options. You can travel on a bus, or you can take the train. Depending on the operator you choose, and the type of transportation, the journey will last between 11 and 15 hours. When it comes to train journeys, you can choose between standard and luxury tickets. For those who are traveling on a budget, there are many affordable sleeper tickets available, for both the bus and the train.

Da Nang has a tropical monsoon climate, with mild temperatures throughout the entire year. However, the best time to visit Da Nang is from February to May, because the rainfall levels are at their lowest during this time.

 

What to see when traveling from Ninh Binh to Da Nang

What you’re able to see outside of your window when traveling from Ninh Binh to Da Nang depends on what time you’re departing. If you’re traveling on a bus, all departure times are in the evening, so you’ll mostly be riding across Vietnam during the night. Use this time to catch up on your sleep, so that you have plenty of energy for roaming around Da Nang tomorrow. The same goes for sleeper trains.

However, for those who are traveling on a train, there are also daytime tickets available. If you choose one of these, you’re in for a real treat! The train will glide through the lush green nature of Vietnam, so have your camera ready. There will be many sights you’ll want to remember!

Those who traveled on a sleeper bus or a train will arrive in Da Nang before noon. As soon as you step foot in Da Nang, you can go on to explore the vibrant city streets, or go for a swim in one of the city’s famous beaches, such as My Khe Beach or Non Nuoc Beach.

If you traveled on a daytime train, you’ll arrive in the evening or later in the night. From here, you can go on to grab a quick bite of the local tasty street food, and head to your accommodation to get some well-deserved rest.

Da Nang is one of the largest cities in Vietnam, and is rich with history, culture, and the beautiful nature around the city. One of the most popular attractions in the entire country, the giant hands holding the Golden Bridge, is located right outside of Da Nang.

How to get from Ninh Binh to Da Nang

Taking a bus 

Traveling between Ninh Binh and Da Nang on a bus is a breeze thanks to a number of sleeper bus options available. All buses leave in the evening, travel during the entire night, and arrive in Da Nang before noon. Depending on which operator you choose, your journey will last between 12 and 15 hours. 

All buses are well equipped with reclining seats, toilets on board, and A/C. Some buses might also provide free WiFi, blankets, and snacks. The drivers will make frequent stops during your journey for toilet and food.

Taking a train 

If you want to travel on a train from Ninh Binh to Da Nang, you’ll have a chance to experience a unique way of traveling across Vietnam. You can choose between daytime and sleeper trains, as well as between Standard and Luxury tickets. All trains are equipped with toilets, A/C, and a bar or trolley where you can purchase drinks and snacks.

If you choose a luxury option, you’ll receive first-class service. Drinks and snacks are included in the price of the ticket. You’ll also get a blanket, WiFi, and a place to charge your phone. You’ll be traveling in a shared cabin for 4 people, but you’ll have a comfy bed where you can catch up on your sleep.

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