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Ba Na Hills

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Ba Na Hills

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TL 602 Hoa Ninh Hoa Vang, Da Nang Vietnam
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Hue to Hoi An or Hoi An to Hue sightseeing Son Tra Peninsula and Fishing Village
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Hue to Hoi An or Hoi An to Hue sightseeing Son Tra Peninsula and Fishing Village

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08:00AM Our driver will pick you up at your hotel in Hue and transferring to Hoi An. On the way from Hue to Hoi An we will free stop sightseeing at:<br><br>- Hue Fishing Village<br>- Lap An Lagoon/Oysters Farming Village <br>- Lang Co Bay<br>- Hai Van Pass<br>- Linh Ung Pagoda<br>- Marble Mountain<br><br>Then drop off you at your hotel in Hoi An.<br><br>- From Hue to Hoi An takes 6 to 7 hours including go sightseeing on the way. Your time is flexible and you will free stop to go sightseeing at each place how long if you want. <br><br>- If you want to transfer from Hoi An to Hue, the places are the same but in opposite order,
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Curious265314 wrote a review Oct 14
New York City, New York254 contributions
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Vietnam’s answer to Disneyland. When I first heard of this place I was very intrigued. An old French village nestled high in the mountains of central Vietnam meant to be a vacation spot for the French during French colonization of Vietnam. Then left abandoned until a few years ago when the Viets decided to take back what was theirs and make it a vacation spot for the locals. Considering Vietnam is mostly still a developing country, I was blown away by the details in this place. The way Disney gave main street America its magic, Ba Na Hills gives Vietnamese villages its magic. The actual park transports you back almost a medieval France while the surrounding landscape showcases beautiful Asian décor and lifestyles. Super touristy and pricey but take it for what it is and then appreciate the journey it’s been on to get here.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Fastjet58 wrote a review Oct 4
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam27 contributions11 helpful votes
Went to bana hills on oct 4 2020 They have reopened since covid but many of the attractions and restaurants are closed . But it was still worth the visit. Price currently is 750,000 VND about 32 USD . That gets you to the top on the cable car and the all you can eat buffet.There are not many attractions open but the slide down the mountain is and is a lot of fun , The food was pretty good but around two they start to close down so get there around noon . They had some really good dancers there and the place is massive so takes a while to see it all . Over all I enjoyed this watered down version of Bana hills because of covid but for sure will return when the world gets back to the old normal. Can only imagine how good it will be
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Dara-Khmer wrote a review Sep 2020
Melbourne, Australia3,795 contributions504 helpful votes
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Look, sure if you have been to Europe then its a little kitsch but the cable cars, the views and gardens made this a really surprising day. I think it's mainly for Vietnamese guests obviously and they all seemed to love it. So we followed their mood and had a great time
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Raymondale wrote a review Aug 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia708 contributions158 helpful votes
last year september,i planned to stay here for at least one night,but due to limited time,i finally chose to join a one day tour group organized by sinhtourist.Bana hills now managed by sunworld group.it is known by its french village, you can feel the French charms here,just like a little France.i visited golden bridge,french village,linh phong pagoda,Fantasy park, Le Jardin D’Amour Garden,Wine cellar.we had lunch at Le Louvre restaurant,it serves buffet,so many food to eat,tasty food,worth the money!i miss BaNa hills even now,will go and stay there next time,still many places not yet visited.recommended for those who visit Da Nang.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Thomas M wrote a review Aug 2020
Broomfield, Colorado139 contributions27 helpful votes
My wife and I stumbled upon this amusement park after finding photos online of a majestic-looking Golden Bridge that just drew us in. It turns out the giant stone hands of the imposing art sculpture are nothing more than cheap plaster and large crowds, but Ba Na Hill is far more intriguing in it's own right to make it worth a short visit none-the-less. The theme of the park, from what we could tell, was an odd mashup of various western cultures. We found Greek statues in the French gardens (😱), and brightly-colored Volkswagen Beetles and German beer houses selling shawarma and fish cakes. Pocahontas made an appearance, as did an African tribesman (the only black costumer in the bunch), and several scantily clad men and women in bedazzled leather. It was all tied together by Buddhist monuments, fairytale castles, knockoff Disney souvenirs, and a fall pumpkin festival. Not to mention the replica Vietnamese towns of Hội An and Huế that you can visit if an hour or two drive to the real thing is too tall an order. It was a strange experience overall, but that ultimately became part of the charm. When friends and family ask me about my trip to Vietnam, I never miss an opportunity to talk about the bizarre and eclectic remix of western culture that is Ba Na Hills.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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