Ba Na Hills

Ba Na Hills, Da Nang: Address, Phone Number, Ba Na Hills Reviews: 4/5

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Melanie_Yeoh
Semenyih, Malaysia1,010 contributions
Family
I bought combo tickets via Klook, very affordable and ticket collection was a breeze. We can enter at 1pm and buffet dinner was included in it. Once we entered Sunworld before the cable car entrance, we already took tonnes of photos, every corner was photo worthy. We got on the cable car, slowly enjoying the scenery and cool breeze. We went into the Fantasy Park, played for an hour or two. When we came out, we felt like having an ice cream in the chilly weather, and we did. Then we started exploring the whole place, went to the cathedral, tea house, checked out all the restaurant options and the nice European architectured hotels, again took tonnes of photos.

In the evening, we took the cable car half way down to try out the funicular ride. We enjoyed the gardens filled with colourful flowers and foliage. Photo taking is a must. There were also a temple or two under renovation and expansion.

Just before sunset, we headed to the famous Golden Bridge to take even more nicer photos. The colours in the sky looked like a painting, perfect for an Instagram post. The cement hands holding the golden bridge were massive. Try to find the best angle to capture the hands, bridge and sunset sky all in one.

We then headed back up to dine at the Beer Plaza. There were people singing live while we enjoyed our buffet dinner. The buffet was considered alright, selection of food was not bad, taste average but you can eat all you want, that's good enough.

Take note, right after sunset, the cable cars will only operate every hour. If you missed the 7pm cable car down, you will have to wait til 8pm for the next one down. Or you can choose to stay overnight in one of their hotels. We missed ours, so we hanged around for an hour. Meanwhile, we enjoyed the lit up night view of the architectures. It could be cold at night, make sure you have your jacket with you.

To get to Ba Na Hills, you do need to hire a car or taxi. To leave, you need a car too. If you have extra time, I do recommend to stay overnight uphill, explore the place slowly as there are lots to see. The weather is also a plus, Vietnam can be really hot, but here, you get to enjoy the cooling air a bit.
Written January 15, 2020
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Hammy59
Singapore, Singapore168 contributions
Its basically a theme park in the mountains but we had a great day. I would go midweek to avoid weekend crowds and go early for the coolest time. The ticket seems expensive but you can spend the full day there and really get value for money but trying out all the rides and watching the shows. There are some lovely gardens as well. The cable car is also quite a experience since its one of the worlds longest and rather quick
Written March 5, 2020
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R K L
Seattle, WA2,301 contributions
The total experience was actually terrible, but because it was partly our fault for not checking into the "attraction" in more detail before going all the way out there from Da Nang, we are being fair and rating it "Average." Basically, Ba Na Hills was simply an amusement park...and not a great one at that. Our bad, but we were expecting a stunning, natural attraction. We paid the $30+ USD per person entry fee and made the best of a bad situation. At least we got lots of steps walking through some of the gardens and even paid for over-priced wine in their "ancient" wine cellar. What a disappointment and wasted afternoon.
Written June 12, 2020
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Donna M
Sydney, Australia13 contributions
Couples
The photos you see are as good as you get. It’s very pricey to get there - at least au$100 per adult. The hands bridge is so busy even at 9am so would recommend being the first people up there at 730am. Getting a driver is about $43 pp, ticket to the hills is ~$50pp, lunch is expensive and average and if you add in coffee and a souvenir.
There is a lot of temples and gardens up on the mountain. A lot of it is under construction. A lot of the statues are fibreglass not stone. The French village is a massive tourist attraction and super busy with a food courts and shops and music pumping in the street.
You could go without visiting Da Nang and the Hills it’s very expensive for what it is but ok if you want to have a look. The best part is the cable ride up and down.
Written January 9, 2020
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Cathie M
Phnom Penh, Cambodia279 contributions
Friends
A friend and I visited BaNa Hills for the first time this week and want to return to spend the night at the hilltop Mercure Hotel, once it reopens. With the pandemic, there aren’t many visitors and most shops and restaurants remain closed, but there was a good crowd during Têt, and there were many happy families with children.
We bought the ticket combo that included the cable car rides and buffet lunch. Well worth it. The aerial tramway is first-class and gives riders an expansive view of hills and forest. The buffet lunch was a good decision because there was a large selection and ample food. I recommend going to lunch at 12:30 or later because it is too busy at noon. We had a beer at an outdoor cafe while waiting for the crowd to go down.
My favorite part of BaNa Hills is the French Village. It is quaint and there was an outdoor dance performance near the fountains. Flowers were gorgeous and plentiful.
Written February 23, 2021
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David L
33 contributions
Friends
Sadly, quite a let down. The Golden Hand Bridge and Cable car ride make it justifiable to spend the 750,000d per person but the whole trip certainly
Isn’t worth it. There is a lot of construction that takes away from the beautiful Mountain View, and the large amount of rude tourists don’t help either. The arcade was free but lackluster, and the lunch options are abysmal. We chose the Beer Hall (255,000d for a buffet) but we chose wrong. The only edible things were the fruit, juice, and a handful of the small desserts. Overall a waste of time and money if it weren’t for the pictures.
Written February 7, 2020
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k8ith m
Cheshire, UK872 contributions
Friends
Not quite sure how to review this location I have mixed opinions.

The cable car! If you hate them this is not a trip for you the first section of the cable car from the base to the golden hands bridge, wine cellar, flower gardens is 20 minutes long which when the fog is so thick is rather eery as you can't see a thing up the mountain. The second leg is around 5 minutes up to the French village.

The Golden hands bridge is not a big as some media makes out but none the less a fantastic piece of art / architecture. Unfortunatly for us the fog was that thick there was no view to be seen unlucky for us.

The gardens are beautiful and full of colour and sculptures to meander through would be lovely in the sunshine.

The wine cellar is a tad odd but the wine is tasty (at a cost).

On the 2nd stage of the mountain you wi find the French village a reconstruction of French style buildings and architecture. There is lots of restaurants and cafes which again the sun would be a beautiful place to sit and enjoy the location. On this level there is also multiple pagodas and a temples up many steps (wheelchair access or anybody who struggles walking this isn't really the activity for you unfortunatly).

The strangest part to this whole place is fantasy land a strange 3 floor vukdong with unlocked and locked amusement arcade games and some rides for the kids but it really doesn't fit with the rest of the mountain activities but hey I guess it will keep the kids happy when they are moaning about how much you made them walk.

The overall attraction is quite rundown in areas I know we weren't in peak season but so much was closed and under refurbishment it was quite dissapointing.

Overall a good thing to visit when in Da Nang but I'd try and make sure you go in decent weather otherwise you lose all the views which are the main focal point.

Written March 6, 2020
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Max Hustle
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Solo
Easy to get from Da nang by motorbike. The ride is nothing special but only at close to the end. I was not asked money for parking.

Place itself is..well I've never been to Disneyland but this is as close as I've gotten I would guess.
You need to buy a pretty steep 750k VND ticket to enter the theme park in the mountains which you'll get to by the way of +5km long cable car (or series of them) which will give you really nice views over the landscape.
Once at the stop.. You'll find a french style village/replica mini city with Notre dame and the whole works as well as gardens, pagodas, teahouses and temples.
Underneath the french village is something of a fun park mostly for kids and younger folks..3 stories of it.. Containing rides as well as arcade style stuff.
Everywhere at the top there is food and drinks with inflated prices so snack up beforehand if you're stingy like that.

Golden bridge is fairly crowded with people posing and waiting for their time to get the perfect pic. Might want to come really early to avoid dodging selfie sticks. At the bottom take the cable car from "Hoi An station" and you'll get to the bridge.

All in all the park is fairly impressive considering the location. Also what makes it special is the mist that rises in the mountains occasionally + the magnificent views from different parts of the park.

You can easily kill 4-6hrs on this trip and longer if you want to drinks and dine properly. Seems to be popular with families with kids.
Written January 16, 2020
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Nitin Tulsian
Noida, India115 contributions
Family
I have rated it 2 stars as I have been to Universal Studios in Singapore in 2017 otherwise I would have rated 3 stars. Rating it 2 stars only because of the cable car ride.

They increased the fare from 1st June 2022 by 150k dong but many attractions were closed. The paper map we got in the cable car was different to the map on the walls when we reached the ba na hills so it was all very confusing. Staff are very courteous and they greet all the time which is very nice but majority of them could not understand or speak English. Those who could to some extent did not know about the attractions so we were on our own when we reached.

5D shows and 360 shows were sub standard and waste of time. Many gaming consoles were not working at all. Rides are those that you can definitely get anywhere in your local amusement park for which you don't need to go so far.

One can take hundreds of photographs with the lovely background if that's what you enjoy the most but nothing more than that.

Better to skip this if you have been to Universal Studios.
Written June 2, 2022
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luckywestperth
perth43 contributions
We went up to Ba na Hills a week ago, this place is hard to describe, a reproduction French town as a reproduction goes it its extremely well done, on top of a underground theme park.
we were luck to have a fantastic clear day for the cable car ride.
We were a little confused on buying our tickets, went to the hotel for a price and then found a small travel service prices around the same. We thought being a small travel service we would have a private car or small tour group, but I'm pretty sure that most of these company sell on tickets to bigger tour companies. Our tour had around 30 people in a small bus but the trip is not long from Danang. We included Buffet it was ok, but on reflection we would have hired a private car and bought just our tickets, as there is plenty of good food and drink options. Beautiful gardens with plently to see and do, had so much fun at the theme park. If in Hoi an or Da nang I would recommend going. Cant say what is would be like if its was busy It was quiet due to corona virus which was a bonus.
Written February 19, 2020
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