Ho Chi Minh to Da Nang @ train, flight Feb 25, 2017

29 trips (THB 773 — 5,774)

From Ho Chi Minh Airport to Da Nang by flight

#VJ620
VietJet Air
05:50
Ho Chi Minh Airport
07:05
Da Nang Airport
1h 15m
WC aircon steward
฿ 2,141
× 2 = ฿ 4,282
  available
#VJ622
VietJet Air
06:30
Ho Chi Minh Airport
07:45
Da Nang Airport
1h 15m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,964
× 2 = ฿ 3,928
  available
#VJ628
VietJet Air
08:40
Ho Chi Minh Airport
09:55
Da Nang Airport
1h 15m
WC aircon steward
฿ 3,005
× 2 = ฿ 6,010
  available
#VJ630
VietJet Air
10:00
Ho Chi Minh Airport
11:15
Da Nang Airport
1h 15m
WC aircon steward
฿ 4,788
× 2 = ฿ 9,576
  available
#VJ636
VietJet Air
12:00
Ho Chi Minh Airport
13:15
Da Nang Airport
1h 15m
WC aircon steward
฿ 4,788
× 2 = ฿ 9,576
  available
#VJ640
VietJet Air
16:35
Ho Chi Minh Airport
17:50
Da Nang Airport
1h 15m
WC aircon steward
฿ 5,774
× 2 = ฿ 11,548
  available
#VJ642
VietJet Air
17:35
Ho Chi Minh Airport
18:50
Da Nang Airport
1h 15m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,964
× 2 = ฿ 3,928
  available
#VJ644
VietJet Air
17:50
Ho Chi Minh Airport
19:05
Da Nang Airport
1h 15m
WC aircon steward
฿ 2,396
× 2 = ฿ 4,792
  available
#VJ652
VietJet Air
20:00
Ho Chi Minh Airport
21:15
Da Nang Airport
1h 15m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,788
× 2 = ฿ 3,576
  available
#VJ650
VietJet Air
20:50
Ho Chi Minh Airport
22:05
Da Nang Airport
1h 15m
WC aircon steward
฿ 2,396
× 2 = ฿ 4,792
  available
#VJ654
VietJet Air
21:15
Ho Chi Minh Airport
22:30
Da Nang Airport
1h 15m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,434
× 2 = ฿ 2,868
  available

From Ho Chi Minh City to Da Nang by train

#SE8
Vietnam Railways
06:00
Ho Chi Minh City
23:00
Danang, Da Nang
17h
food WC aircon steward
฿ 1,087
× 2 = ฿ 2,174
  available
#SE8
Vietnam Railways
06:00
Ho Chi Minh City
23:00
Danang, Da Nang
17h
food WC aircon steward
฿ 840
× 2 = ฿ 1,680
  available
#SE8
Vietnam Railways
06:00
Ho Chi Minh City
23:00
Danang, Da Nang
17h
food WC aircon steward
฿ 1,190
× 2 = ฿ 2,380
  available
#SE6
Vietnam Railways
09:00
Ho Chi Minh City
03:05
Danang, Da Nang
18h 5m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 1,051
× 2 = ฿ 2,102
  available
#SE6
Vietnam Railways
09:00
Ho Chi Minh City
03:05
Danang, Da Nang
18h 5m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 1,150
× 2 = ฿ 2,300
  available
#SE6
Vietnam Railways
09:00
Ho Chi Minh City
03:05
Danang, Da Nang
18h 5m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 813
× 2 = ฿ 1,626
  available
#SE22
Vietnam Railways
11:55
Ho Chi Minh City
06:15
Danang, Da Nang
18h 20m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 1,135
× 2 = ฿ 2,270
  available
#SE22
Vietnam Railways
11:55
Ho Chi Minh City
06:15
Danang, Da Nang
18h 20m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 1,018
× 2 = ฿ 2,036
  available
#SE22
Vietnam Railways
11:55
Ho Chi Minh City
06:15
Danang, Da Nang
18h 20m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 782
× 2 = ฿ 1,564
  available
#TN2
Vietnam Railways
13:10
Ho Chi Minh City
08:35
Danang, Da Nang
19h 25m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 1,008
× 2 = ฿ 2,016
  available
#TN2
Vietnam Railways
13:10
Ho Chi Minh City
08:35
Danang, Da Nang
19h 25m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 773
× 2 = ฿ 1,546
  available
#TN2
Vietnam Railways
13:10
Ho Chi Minh City
08:35
Danang, Da Nang
19h 25m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 1,112
× 2 = ฿ 2,224
  available
#SE2
Vietnam Railways
19:30
Ho Chi Minh City
12:50
Danang, Da Nang
17h 20m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 840
× 2 = ฿ 1,680
  available
#SE2
Vietnam Railways
19:30
Ho Chi Minh City
12:50
Danang, Da Nang
17h 20m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 1,193
× 2 = ฿ 2,386
  available
#SE2
Vietnam Railways
19:30
Ho Chi Minh City
12:50
Danang, Da Nang
17h 20m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 1,327
× 2 = ฿ 2,654
  available
#SE4
Vietnam Railways
22:00
Ho Chi Minh City
14:15
Danang, Da Nang
16h 15m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 1,207
× 2 = ฿ 2,414
  available
#SE4
Vietnam Railways
22:00
Ho Chi Minh City
14:15
Danang, Da Nang
16h 15m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 1,341
× 2 = ฿ 2,682
  available
#SE4
Vietnam Railways
22:00
Ho Chi Minh City
14:15
Danang, Da Nang
16h 15m
food WC aircon steward
฿ 2,047
× 2 = ฿ 4,094
  available

Passenger reviews out of total 604 passengers traveled with us on this route

At 12Go our operators offer three types of service:

Cheap, Fast, Good - but you can usually pick only two of them!
Cheap & Fast won’t be Good. (e.g. buses from/to Khao San Road, local buses or 3rd class trains)
Cheap & Good won’t be Fast. (e.g. VIP trains in Thailand)
Fast & Good won’t be Cheap. (e.g. private limousine services, or VIP24 buses vs Express buses)

Make your choice! Please remember that though we are closely monitoring services, we are still an agency marketplace - meaning we focus on ticketing service and route availability / coverage rather than on factual seat recline angle you got today ^_^

★★★☆☆ Feb 10, 2017 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Beds hard, toilets very dirty, no toilet paper. Food and drinks often available. Hot water available if you like to make your own coffee (3 in 1 packets are very convenient, just bring your own mugs).
★★★☆☆ Jan 31, 2017 (train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Interesting experience. The train left on time at 10.00 pm and managed to sleep until bout 7 a.m. With two interruptions for the 3 and 5 a.m stops. Recommend you turn off the speaker if neither of the stops are yours. Ear plugs and eye pads assisted. Pleasant scenery along the route, although the window was misty due to condensation in the double glazing. Food and drinks readily available, but a station hawker managed to get on board and sold me coffee and rolls, but at inflated prices. Will put that one down to experience. Looking forward to the next trip from Danang to Hanoi.
★★★★☆ Jan 29, 2017 (train #SE14 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
The trip was just fine. Everything was on time, but the quality is quite far from what I would call 1st class sleeper - still, a good choice for the longer journey.
★★★★★ Jan 28, 2017 (avia Economy, VietJet Air) :
Smooth, awesome friendly and efficient...only charged an exorbitant ripoff price cause its NEW YEARS!??
★★★☆☆ Jan 18, 2017 (train #SE4 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways)
★★★★☆ Jan 18, 2017 (train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Good, fun trip! Bit crowded in our compartment, not the best night's sleep, but a fun way to travel overall!
★★★★☆ Jan 16, 2017 (train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
The cabin is really good, with a nice size bed, but unfortunately you can't chose who is going to be in the other bunks.
★☆☆☆☆ Jan 8, 2017 (train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Ended up flying instead after spending the first 45 minutes waiting for the train to leave and finding no less than 10 cockroaches crawling on the already dirty beds.
★★★☆☆ Jan 7, 2017 (train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
A pleasurable (although long) sleeper journey. The announcements were a bit scarce, we didn't know we were going to stop half way through for 20 mins otherwise we would have bought lunch/coffee, but there was a trolley service in the morning so we were able to buy drinks. The only negative comment is that the beds were not changed between passengers so we probably slept in other peoples sheets. A bit grim.
★★★☆☆ Jan 5, 2017 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Booking process easy. Trip ok- you get what you pay for. Soft sleeper comfortable enough for overnight journey. Interesting to look at the countryside. Wouldn't eat train food- take your own- bread, cheese, fruit ,snacks.
★★★☆☆ Dec 29, 2016 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways)
★☆☆☆☆ Dec 28, 2016 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
It was pretty terrible. The soft VIP cabin was extremely dated as compared to the pictures online. They do not launder the blankets as seen when a passenger left our cabin and the blanket was simply refolded for the next passenger. We did not see any insects which was a plus. The beds are extremely uncomfortable and no English is spoken to announce stops as we have seen elsewhere. The train itself rocks dangerously and I was very worried about the safety of the train. The toilets were awful, bathroom filthy and smelly, and no toilet paper was provided. I was also very upset that they allow people to smoke even though the cabins themselves say No Smoking. I was woken up all night long from the strong smell of cigarettes entering the cabin from the passageway. They do come around fairly often to offer snacks and drinks that you can buy and we were given free bottles of water upon arrival. The train was so unsanitary however that we did not get any of the coffee or tea for fear of where the water had come from. We took a 15 hr bus ride on the Mekong Express from Cambodia to Vietnam and the conditions were far superior from that experience. I would not recommend this train and instead would just fly next time which would have been cheaper ($37), cleaner, and faster.
★★★☆☆ Dec 28, 2016 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Booked tickets very easy and any queries were answered quickly. Using the train is an experience, unfortunately if you are doing long distances it is not always the most economical choice which is a shame as it is generally a good experience.
★★☆☆☆ Dec 24, 2016 (train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Online process was good. We had our train time swapped as the company said the other was booked. Was out in first class but wasn't The best train we have been on. We had 5-6 people in our 4 birth room and people trying to sit on our beds which was very annoying
★★★★☆ Dec 24, 2016 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Generally clean except for the local cockroaches (not surprising though, they are everywhere in Asia! And it's all part of the experience anyways ????) also toilets not that great but are they ever on trains? Staff were great, friendly and funny, locals on the train too were really nice. The train journey has lighten our spirits as we did not have the best time in Saigon unfortunately. Wish we could continue the rest of our journey north via the sleeper train.
★☆☆☆☆ Dec 24, 2016 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Journey on SE2 from HCMC to Danang was a very poor experience overall. Compartment was dirty and we saw mice and cockroaches during the journey. We took care to secure our valuables but I left my shoes on the compartment floor while I slept and they were gone in the morning. Train staff all had very limited English and there was very little choice of food available to buy.
★★★☆☆ Dec 24, 2016 (train #TN2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Simple. Mostly comfortable. Gets you to where you want to go (mostly on time).
★★★☆☆ Dec 19, 2016 (train #TN2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Efficient staff. It served it's purpose. No English spoken, but we arrived OK and the staff were smartly dressed.
★★★☆☆ Dec 19, 2016 (train #SE8 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
1st Class Sleeper is pretty basic. Worth it for the views. Easy to work out what is going on in stations and on board. Only some announcements in English.
★★★★☆ Dec 19, 2016 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Boarded in Saigon, the first stop on the stretch. Clean sheets, nice cabin. Trains looked and felt more aged than we had expected based on pictures online, but entirely OK. Friendly staff on this stretch. Good food, plenty of opportunities to buy both food and drink. This does seem to be a game of chance though, on our next stretch food was scarce, expensive and not that good. Would recommend for anyone wanting to see Vietnam in a somewhat different way.
★★★★☆ Nov 30, 2016 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Booking was easy and the documents recognised by station staff and conductor who were all very helpful. Train was available for boarding at HCMC a good half hour before departure. There is a shop at the station for snacks and drinks. We booked 2 seats and were allocated an upper and lower birth on the same side of the carriage. The beds were hard but it was fine for one night. You get a pillow and blanket, which is fine for the lower birth, you need the quilt if you are on the upper birth as it is so much closer to the air conditioning. The cabin had power sockets, WiFi would be a good addition. They come around with food and drink, basic but OK. A guard follows the servers to act as interpreter. There was a water dispenser in each carriage. Toilets were , I think, squat type which had been converted to western style units, so there is little room, if indeed you can get in at all.. There was also no toilet paper , this was the worst part of the train. On the plus side for me, you can smoke in the area where carriages meet.
★★★☆☆ Oct 16, 2016 (train #TN2 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways) :
Staff could be more friendly at Saigon train station. Found them very dismissive.
★★★☆☆ Oct 7, 2016 (train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Easy to book online and quick confirmation after this. Clean sheet and pillowcase but nothing on the blanket. Average cleanliness as a few bugs around, soon disappeared or easy to squash. Only one plug for whole cabin and no wifi for 16 hours making it difficult to arrange transport at our destination. Prices charged for snacks and drinks were different to those stated in the onboard menu.... Staff speak little to no English. Have had better in other countries but it could have been a lot worse. Definitely worth a trip for the experience just don't expect vip like the name suggests.
★★★☆☆ Oct 6, 2016 (train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
We were sleeping at the last cabin where it seem to be a storeroom. There were stuff underneath our beds and occupying spaces which are supposed to be for passengers. The cabin is also not very clean, we saw cockroaches.
★★★☆☆ Sep 23, 2016 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Plenty of room for each person although the beds were not that comfortable. The sheets were clean and there was a pillow and plenty of storage for everyone's bags. The toilets didn't have any toilet roll or soap so make sure you bring your own especially as they aren't the cleanest. The train was on time and the staff were happy to answer any questions.
★★★★☆ Sep 22, 2016 (train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways)
★★★☆☆ Sep 15, 2016 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Just an OK trip. Nothing wrong with the ticketing though. Have decided I am not a fan of sleepers.
★★★☆☆ Sep 10, 2016 (train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Easy to book online. Soft sleeper was fine but what is considered soft in Vietnam is still VERY firm!! Sheet clean but pillow cases were not.. Noticed during our 16 hour trip when those sharing our cabin got off a couple of stops before us only the sheet was removed before the next travellers came in. Overall reasonably clean & pleasant experience..toilets cleaned regularly. Basic adequate food on board. Great way to travel the long distances & see the countryside. Would do this again but make sure you book inadvancd to get the `soft` bunks and the bottom ones preferably as you wont see much of the views from the top ones in the daylight hours. Toilets were regularly freshened up & paper was refilled but occasionally empty so take your own back up toilet paper & disinfectant wipes for anything that might need `freshening up`. Never flush these down toilets in Vietnam as the plumbing will not cope!
★★★★☆ Sep 3, 2016 (train #SE2 Class II Sleeper AC, Vietnam Railways) :
Beds are very small, I'm barely 5'11 and couldn't lie down straight
★★★☆☆ Aug 18, 2016 (train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
The trip was fine. Bed was harder than expected, and air con was out of control cold, but we survived the trip.
★★★★☆ Aug 11, 2016 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Booking was easy anday straight forward. The cabin was luxury in comparison to overnight trains we have taken elsewhere. It was a little grubby in comparison to Western standards but for travelling in East Asia it was a good standard. We were delighted that there was hot and cold drinking water on board and the prices on the catering cart were very reasonable. My only small criticism was that I found the restaurant cabin a bit intimidating and it was difficult to order food due to the languge barriers. But if you take plenty of snack and are quick to hail the cart when it passes this isn't a problem.
★★★★★ Aug 6, 2016 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways)
★★★★☆ Aug 3, 2016 (train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Good simple transportation. On line booking was seamless. Train was as clean as you will find in Vietnam for a similar price and met expectations. Service was friendly - English/Vietnamese language barrier was minimal. Just make sure to bring personal toilet paper and wipes to spot clean anything you are uncomfortable with. I would recommend.
★★★★★ Jul 24, 2016 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Train grubby and basic but met lovely folk -friendly and helpful. Would suggest you bring some food and drink and 'be up' for the journey. Beautiful countryside to keep you engaged. Booking tickets was very easy.
★★★★★ Jul 20, 2016 (train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways) :
Train was on time, room was adequate. Staff was helpful. They allowed my daughter to relocate to my same cabin.

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Where do you book tickets Ho Chi Minh - Da Nang? How long is the Ho Chi Minh - Da Nang route? It takes on average 11h 28m by flight, train, depending on operator and vehicle. The route is going over a distance of 613 km. Having 29 departures to Da Nang, 12go gives a choice of 2 operators for Ho Chi Minh - Da Nang route. Earliest departure goes at 05:50, while the latest is 22:00 local Vietnam time.

Operators serving the route Ho Chi Minh - Da Nang are VietJet Air, Vietnam Railways. Cheap ticket for Ho Chi Minh - Da Nang by train is ฿ 773 (US $ 22.07) by Vietnam Railways (19h 25m), while most expensive fare and presumably best would be ฿ 5,774 (US $ 164.83) by VietJet Air which takes 1h 15m on schedule. Some operators provide snacks, others stop at a foodcourt on the road (some also include it in the ticket price).

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News @ Da Nang

10 February 2017

The national tourism authority in Vietnam says plans are afoot to promote Hai Phong and its environs as a leading destination. The Administration of Tourism Bureau says it will use Hai Phong as the spearhead of a campaign to enhance the profile of the region to domestic and international visitors.

19 January 2017

A Vietnamese development company has proposed the construction of a cable-car connection to the country’s busiest airport. A spokesperson for Vu Huy Thang explained that cable cars would enable passengers to avoid getting stuck in the almost gridlock traffic conditions in the streets leading to Ho Chi Minh City’s Tan Son Nhat Airport.

20 December 2016

Council officers in Hue have revealed details of a plan which will see one of the Vietnamese city’s best-known streets transformed into a museum quarter. The street in question is Le Loi and if all the proposals get the green light there could be six or more museums along its length.