Ba Na Hills. Amuzement Park On Top Of A Mountain

Swim in one of the most beautiful beaches in the world

Da Nang is the city favored by the “Mother Nature” with beautiful beaches, poetic sceneries, blue sea and white sand stretches endlessly. My Khe Beach – one of the most charming beaches in the world by Forbes magazine – is nothing but the best place that you can spend your vacation at. Pham Van Dong Beach and Non Nuoc Beach are also the popular destinations.

If you want to try something different, let’s go to the less popular beaches as Chuoi Beach, Van Village Beach, Nam O Beach, and But Beach. These beaches also have poetic sceneries but more pristine. You can freely go camping at the beach, enjoy the delicious fresh seafood from the locals like the whole beach is yours. Let’s have a good time in Da Nang. Even though, remind yourself to protect the environment. So when you come back to Da Nang, you can have a good time again.

Hang Out at Sun World Ba Na Hills

By far one of the coolest things to do in Da Nang is heading out to the nearby Sun World Ba Na Hills for an epic adventure. Located on a mountaintop west of the city, this is a massive resort complex with tons to see and do.

Here you’ll find a replica French village, a variety of thrill rides, and a wax museum, among other things. This just might be the strangest theme park in the world, and that’s part of the allure!

For many, the highlight of visiting Sun World Ba Na Hills is the Golden Bridge. It features two giant stone hands that appear to be holding it up and makes for a very popular photo opp. 

Entrance tickets cost about $32 for adults and $25 for children and include the cable car plus all rides and games. You’ll have to pay extra to visit attractions like the wine cellar and the wax museum. Click here to get directions to Sun World Ba Na Hills, and click here to look at tours from Hoi An.

Описание парка Ba Na Hills БаНа Хиллс

В начале 20 века в 1920 году здесь начали строить французский курорт. Было построено около 200 роскошных вилл, а также магазины, рестораны, шикарные отели — все для отдыха французской аристократии. Канатной дороги в то время, конечно же, не было, поэтому на гору приходилось подниматься своими ногами. Но с началом вьетнамской войны в 40-е годы жизнь на горе приостановилась, а многочисленные бомбардировки почти полностью уничтожили этот красивый французский курорт.

Парк расположен на плоской горе, благодаря чему и была возможность построить все, что душе угодно. На вершине горы вы можете за 1 сутки ощутить 4 времени года: утром — весна, так как утром прохладно, днем — лето, солнце светит и становится жарко, вечером — осень, солнышко уходит и становится холодно, и ночью — зима, температура опускается и вы ощутите настоящий холод.

Trip to Ba Na hills

Until WWII the French were carried up the last 20km of rough mountain road by sedan chair, but now a 5km (the world’s longest) cable car system has really opened up access. Ba Na cable car – one of the most impressive ten cable car lines in over the world with 3 cable lines: Mo Stream – Ba Na, Debay – Morin, Toc Tien Waterfall – L’Indochine with total number of 201 cabinets and capacity of 3,000 passenger/hour.

Especially, Toc Tien Waterfall – L’Indochine cable car line brings distinctive experiences with the world longest single-rope cable car system (5,801m) and the cable car system with the world highest difference between departure station and arrival station (1,368m).

When is the best time to visit Ba Na Hills?

There’s not really best or worst time to visit Bana Hills, with travel possible all year round. If you desire to have great photos of Legendary Golden Bridge, April – August is your perfect time but be aware of thousands visitors. Sep – March is perfect for those seeking quiet atmosphere and empty Golden Bridge. And don’t forget to bring an umbrella or a waterproof jacket because in September and October because this period sees monsoon rains.

2.1 How to get there

Only 35 kilometers away from the city center of Da Nang, it’s fairly easy to get to Bana Hills. Vietnam Travel offers private day trip to Bana Hills so that you can enjoy your trip at the most comfortable. You will have private helpful knowledgeable English speaking tour guides & experienced drivers to accompany your group through the trip. Contact our experienced travel consultants for a smooth trip.

2.2 What to see

Sunworld Bana Hills is opened from 7am to 10pm every day. To discover the site, it takes several hours or a full day

• World record breaking cable car system
• Amusements: Fantasy Park, Da Cham Souvenir Shops, Crystal World, Fleuriste Flower Shop, Wax Museum, Funicular, Alpine coaster
• Amusements: Fantasy Park, Da Cham Souvenir Shops, Crystal World, Fleuriste Flower Shop, Wax Museum, Funicular, Alpine coaster
• Resorts Haven: Anpaz Spa & Beauty, Mercure Ba Na Hills French Village
• Spiritual Attractions: Stele Hall, Holy Mother Shrine, Rain Sheltering Teahouse, Linh Phong Zen Monastery, Linh Phong Stupa, Linh Tu Pagoda of the Holy Mountain Mother, Linh Ung Pagoda, Belfry
• Architectural and Cultural Attractions: Bar Debay- Wine Cellar, French Village, Le Jardin D’Amour Gardens, Golden Bridge
• Culinary: Beer Plaza, Debay Wine Cellar, Doumer Restaurant, Arapang Restaurant – Buffet

2.3 Ba Na Hills Events & Festivals

• The Flower festival from February 10th to September 3rd
• The Carnival festival from April to September
• The wine festival from May 5th to May 20th
• The beer festival from the first day of June to September 5th
• The Halloween festival during October
• The winter festival on Christmas

Where to stay in Ba Na Hills

Most of the tourists come to Ba Na only one day without overnight. The price of hotels in Ba Na is high, and it’s not fun at night at all. If you stay longer than 2 nights at the hotel on the top of Ba Na Hills, it’s not convenient to visit other sites in Da Nang and nearly, because you have to use a cable car up and down, it can take you longer time. Only travelers who want to enjoy a specific space or different feelings will stay overnight on Ba Na.

Photo: Mercure Bana Hills French Village

This is only a recommendation for tourists who will stay overnight in Ba Na Hills. Ba Na currently only operates a 4-star Mercure Hotel with 494 rooms, including the spa, gym, and indoor pool. The price per night here is from 2,000,000VND = 95USD. You should book a room in advance to avoid a room out. And, it is suggested that you need to keep your booking information of Mercure hotel and the cable car tickets to avoid buying them again.

Vietnamdrive recommends staying at the hotels and resorts in Da Nang city center or on the beaches, which is much better for eating, visiting Da Nang at night, or going shopping. You can check online booking rooms at Fusion Maia Resort, Pullman Danang Beach Resort, Intercontinental Hotel & Resort, or Vinpearl.

What to eat in Ba Na Hills

To spend time to explore Ba Na Hills, you have to eat at the tourist restaurants when you feel hungry or need more energy to continue your exploration. You can check these restaurants, including:

  1. Morin Restaurant for a-la-card menu
  2. Mercure Danang French Village Bana Hills for a la carte & buffet (from 260,000VND/guest)
  3. Arapang Restaurant (Buffet – 225,000VND/guest)
  4. La Lavende Restaurant (Buffet – 225,000VND/guest)
  5. Club Restaurant (Buffet – 225,000VND/guest)
  6. Beer Plaza Restaurant (Buffet – 225,000VND/guest)
  7. Le Louvre Restaurant (Buffet – 225,000VND/guest)

Note: Ba Na is not allowed to bring your food since October 2018.

An extra option is to save your lunch, then come back to Da Nang city to taste the local food if you visit Bana early. I am also a food lover; I try to eat the local cuisine at any destinations where I visit. My Quang (or Quang Noodle) is the right choice for lunch in Da Nang City. You can find this noodle at Tran Restaurant at 04 Le Duan Street or My Ni Restaurant (local style) at 310 Nui Thanh Street.

Sun World Da Nang Wonder (Asian Park)

Sun World Da Nang Wonder (Asian Park) is an amusement park in the heart of Da Nang City, located on the western bank of the Han River. Asia Park consists of three main areas: a modern outdoor amusement park, cultural park with symbolic miniature art and architecture of 10 Asian countries- Japan, Indonesia, Singapore, South Korea, India, Nepal, Thailand, Cambodia, China and Vietnam, and the Sun Wheel which is a magic door that opens up an Asian cultural entertainment space with modern works. Tickets include unlimited usage of 20 modern outdoor games and indoor play area with 64 slot games, soft play area, sun blaster, Sun Wheel and visiting the most unique architectural works.

Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday: 15:00 – 22:00, Sunday: 9:30 – 22:30

Entrance Fee: 300,000 VND per person

Food & Drink

There is plenty to eat and drink at Ba Na Hills but one thing they try and push you to go for is their buffets. There are several different buffet restaurants scattered around the park but most of the menus looked to be quite similar. If you want to take the buffet option, it can be cheaper booking it advance either separately or with your ticket.

If you don’t fancy a buffet or want to make your decision on the day, you’ll find plenty of other options around. There are hot dog stands, shwarma stands, barbecues, fast food places and sit down restaurants. It’s also best to check the opening times of the buffets and restaurants as many do close in the afternoon.

We got ourselves a hot dog and a shwarma and they were surprisingly good. Not great mind but better than we expected given what theme park food can usually be like. Getting food from the stands can also be cheaper than the buffet options.

Why Visit Sun World Ba Na Hills?

If you’ve been in Danang for a few days and need a change of scenery from the beaches and city life, Sun World Ba Na Hills resort is a great place to get some crisp, fresh air. Located in Danang’s mountains at an altitude of 1,487 meters (4,878 feet) above sea level, this place is surrounded by stunning greenery and trees that extend for miles.  

You’ll have the opportunity to ride one of the longest cable car rides, visit manicured gardens, explore the French Village and other European themed places, eat European and Vietnamese cuisine, stay overnight at the fancy Mercure Hotel, play games, and much more. The resort is expanding even more as there are construction areas for future hotels and attractions. If you have children, this place is a fun getaway for them as well. We’ll share more about the highlights of things to do here below. 

Wouldn’t you want to see this beautiful garden?

Best time to visit Ba Na Hills

The best time to travel to Ba Na Hills is from March to September. It’s sunny with a clear and green sky, which is good to explore the nature of the mountains and taking pictures.

However, March to August is hot (sometimes 35- 39 degree), and there are has a lot of tourists because this time is Vietnamese tourist seasons, many schools have long holidays during this time.

The time from September to February is not hot, if you do not like crowded people, you can choose to travel to Ba Na Hills during this time, but you should prepare for the rain and cloud at any time.

Ba Na Hills is one of the typical tourist areas in Vietnam where you can visit its beauty all year round, but you should choose a suitable time and conditions.

Ba Na Hills Hotel

Guests who want to spend the night atop the mountain can do so at the Mercure Ba Na Hills Resort Da Nang.

Mercure Da Nang French Village Ba Na Hills Hotel

The Mercure Ba Na Hills French Village hotel is a key feature of the French Village at the Ba Na Hills resort. In addition to the absolutely superb location, the top features of the Ba Na Hill Resort Hotel include a spa, swimming pool and an included breakfast. Get fellow travelers’ opinions; read the Mercure BaNa Hills French Village TripAdvisor reviews!  

Want to stay at the Da Nang Ba Na Hill Resort?! Check Rates and Availability for the Mercure Hotel Ba Na Hill for your trip!

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How to get to Ba Na Hills from Da Nang?

Da Nang is well-connected with other places in Vietnam with domestic flights, trains, and buses from Hanoi, Hue, Nha Trang, and Ho Chi Minh city.

It takes approximately 40 minutes to get from Da Nang to Ba Na Hills.

a) Private transfer from Da Nang to Ba Na Hills

  • From Da Nang Airport, you can book a private transfer to Ba Na Hills.
  • From Da Nang city, you can book a private transfer from Da Nang to Ba Na Hills.

Depending on the number of your group members, you can choose a car for three pax, five pax, or 12 pax.

The service includes:

  • One way transfer service to/from Da Nang city/ airport (approximately 1.5 hours)
  • Pick up service
  • Fuel fees
  • Highway Tolls
  • Insurance provided by the operator

Check private transfer options.

b) Ba Na Hills tours from Da Nang

You can also sign up for the Ba Na Hills Day trip from Da Nang. A day tour always includes a roundtrip hotel transfer within Da Nang city center.

Note: We recommend leaving all your belongings in your accommodation in Da Nang and visiting Ba Na Hills in the morning.

Buddhas and beaches

Where to next? We asked a local taxi driver, and he took us past My Khe (aka China Beach, where the first American combat troops landed in 1965) and along the coast of the Son Tra Peninsula, which fans out to Da Nang’s northeast. Our destination was the Lady Buddha at Linh Ung Pagoda. Measuring about 230 feet from head to lotus leaf base, she is Vietnam’s tallest Buddha and easily visible from across Da Nang. As we wandered the gardens, our four-year-old delighted in picking out the 21 smaller Buddha statues sprinkled throughout, each with a vivid facial expression and astride a fantastical animal.

Further along the Son Tra Peninsula, there’s a turnoff for the secluded InterContinental Danang. Southeast Asia’s most prolific architect Bill Bensley designed the resort in tiers, from the beach up into the forest, complete with a cable car. It also features La Maison 1888, Vietnam’s first restaurant run by a chef with a Michelin-star pedigree. It’s a refined French dining experience within a replica of a colonial mansion. (There are private rooms geared to families, but our daughters didn’t meet the minimum age of eight requirement.)

Tuck into classic bánh xèo (savory fried pancakes) at Da Nang’s no-frills Thiên Lý Danang-Style eatery.

Photo by Kate Appleton

As for Vietnamese food, we enjoyed the eclectic tasting menu at Nén, which champions local ingredients. Chef Summer Le is a Da Nang native, and the location in an upscale residential neighborhood, with a small garden in front, almost gives the impression of dining in someone’s home. We also appreciated the classic bánh xèo (savory fried pancakes) at no-frills Thiên Lý Danang-Style on the Han River’s western bank.

While crisscrossing Da Nang over five days, we often passed the famed white-sand beaches along its east coast. We spent a morning building castles and wading into the waves at the resort. The off-season wind made it choppy, and we counted only a handful of other beachgoers. Hong Kong friends later told us one of the pleasures of Da Nang beaches is that even in summer, they don’t get overcrowded.

We missed the Museum of Cham Sculpture, with its collection of altars, Ganeshes, and other Champa kingdom artifacts dating from the 5th to 15th centuries. It was our top rainy-day pick, but when we lucked out with clear skies, it was too tempting to hit the road.

UNESCO-protected Hoi An is a jewel box of a destination, set just 30 minutes south of Da Nang.

Photo by Kate Appleton

Go Museum Hopping

If you’re interested in learning a bit more about the history of the region, there are a few museums you can visit in town. Start off at the Da Nang Museum, which covers the history, culture, and people of the area. 

The Da Nang Museum is spread out across three floors. The first floor provides a good overview of Da Nang, the second has exhibits on the French and American invasions, and the third is all about the indigenous people of the region. It’s not the nicest museum in the world, but for a few bucks it’s worth a quick visit. 

Another interesting place to check out is the Zone 5 Military Museum. Here you’ll find an impressive collection of military equipment along with a replica of Ho Chi Minh’s home in Hanoi. There’s another section of the museum dedicated to Uncle Ho himself, which is full of random artifacts like a used toothbrush. Entrance to the museum costs about $3.

Finally, there’s the Museum of Cham Sculpture. This museum has been around for 100 years and has an impressive collection of terracotta and stonework. If you’re only going to hit one museum in Da Nang, make it this one. Tickets cost just $2 and it’s a great warm-up for the next item on our list of things to do in Danang.


We had an amazing day at Sunworld BaNa Hills, and were surprised just how much we enjoyed moving among the crowds of amusement park guests. However, if you’re on a tight budget, this may not be the day trip for you.

We ended up leaving BaNa hills with a camera full of photos, and a new perspective on Asian tourism. We felt like celebrities for a day, and won’t soon forget the feeling of being approached for selfies with so many strangers.

The cable car ride to the top gives an areal perspective on the geography of the surrounding area. It was so cool to see Da Nang laid out in front of us and the Son Tra peninsula jutting out into the sea. It’s not every day that you get the opportunity to ride the world’s longest cable car.

In order to have the best time read this post thoroughly, manage your expectations, and be ready to go with the flow and have a good time. The whole experience was highly entertaining.  If you’re a people watcher (and I’m betting you are) then you’re sure to love it.

Danang Beaches

Enjoying Danang Beach overlooking Son Tra with my daughter.

Danang is a proper beach city. High-rise hotels, next to the main road, which is next to a beach. It is the perfect place to catch a tan and spend a few lazy days pretending to read a book in sunlight that will blind you. We have a full article on all the best beaches in Vietnam.

  • The beaches around Da Nang can easily be reached in under a 20-minute drive on your motorbike from central Da Nang
  • Non Nuoc Beach. Clean, beautiful, and a great place to spend the day. You can hire all the usual beach fun here, like surf and stand-up paddleboards.
  • My Khe Beach. The place to go for people watching, seasonal surfing and all the action
  • Red Beach. The place to go to relax and escape the crowds. Pack a picnic, a book and enjoy the swimming. 

Top Tours and Activities to Do from Da Nang

Hoi An Day Tour from Da Nang

Hoi An Ancient Town is a popular tourist destination in Vietnam. It does not have a commercial airport and the nearest airport is in Da Nang. Hoi an is approximately 30 minutes away from Da Nang by car. If you stay in Da Nang, you might want to explore Hoi An on a day tour. You can explore the iconic landmarks of this UNESCO World Heritage Site and see a one of a kind combination of Vietnamese as well as Japanese and Chinese architecture. If you want a hassle-free experience, you can book a tour from Da Nang.

Hoi An, Vietnam
Hoi An

When in Hoi An, make sure you visit Faifo Coffee and proceed to the rooftop. It’s an instagrammable place, so get ready with your camera for your #travelgoals. Do not forget to order a cup of coconut coffee.

At the rooftop of Faifo Coffee in Hoi An with Hieu

Hue City Day Tour from Da Nang

Enjoy a Hue City day tour from Da Nang and experience and learn about Vietnam’s old capital. See the historical sights and explore the royal tombs and the Hue Citadel. You can also visit one of the country’s most famous monasteries, the Thien Mu Pagoda. Book this tour!

Hue, Vietnam | Photo by Falco/Pixabay

Visiting the Bana Hills Resort in Da Nang, Vietnam

I had booked a group tour to visit the Sun World Ba Na Hills the next morning. Usually I’m not a huge fan of tour groups, especially to big touristy places. But as a solo traveller, it was a lot cheaper than organising the trip myself and taking a taxi, and I figured that if 20,000 people visited every day I wasn’t exactly going to have the place to myself however I got there.

Inside the minibus on the way to the park, our guide gave a series of lengthy and seemingly important speeches in Vietnamese, which she’d then supplement with a 1-sentence summary in English for my benefit.
“The Bana Hills are so high up that the weather is different there,” she said. “When it’s sunny in Da Nang, it could be misty and rainy on the top of the mountain.”“And when it’s rainy in Da Nang?” I asked, nodding at the gloomy sky outside the minibus windows.
She turned back to the group and began another lecture in Vietnamese.

I slumped down in the minibus and watched little splatters of rain start to plop against the windscreen. The idea of seeing the Bana Hills in the rain, and all my photos of the charming mountaintop village being grey and washed out, made me feel as if it was all a waste. I thought of all the things I could have spent the extortionate day trip price on instead, such as spending a night eating birds’ nests in the Mandarin Oriental or buying Cambodia.

Then the minibus pulled up here, and I knew everything was going to be alright.

Yes, the ticket booth is a giant fake Chinese imperial city from the days of yore.

We started the 17-minute cable car ride ascent in the mist, climbing over trees and into the hills. Almost instantly, the mist enclosed us. I knew we were soaring over incredible mountain scenery, but we were deep in bright white cloud, so thick that we couldn’t even see the cable cars passing us in the opposite direction until they suddenly appeared swooping next to us, and were gone. Our cable car lurched and plunged in the mist, and sometimes we’d pass one of the supporting pillars with a grinding rattle and everyone would freak out. It was eerie, surreal, and to be honest a pretty awesome experience. There was nothing you could take a photo of — we were in the sky surrounded by white mist, nothing to see, basically exactly how tv shows depict meetings with God when people are in comas. I put my camera down and laughed.

The view from the Ba Na Hills cable car

I discovered that some of the people in my tour group were a super nice Australian family who were in Vietnam for a wedding. When the cable cars arrived at the first stop, they adopted me for the trip, and kept checking I was ok and trying not to lose me.


Getting to Ba Na Hills from Da Nang was our first task. The resort is only accessible by cable car from the base of the mountain. There are several ways to get yourself to the cable car station.

private driver / taxi / grab

We hired a local driver who agreed to take us out and back for 800,000vnd. Our other option was to take a taxi, or book a grab. Grab quoted us a price of 500,000vnd for one direction, so we felt pretty comfortable with the driver’s quoted price. You can also hire a private car through our viator page.

by motorbike

This is your cheapest option for transport to/from BaNa Hills. You can usually rent a bike for about 150,000vnd/day. The drive out to BaNa hills takes about 45 minutes. Once you get outside the city, the streets widen and become less crowded, the terrain changes from an urban landscape to rolling hills, and the air freshens. Use google to navigate to the “Ba Na Cable Car Service Parking Lot.” If you just search for Ba Na Hills, google will direct you to the top of the mountain, that’s not the right way. We decided that riding a motorbike home after a full day of fun, would be not so fun, and tiring, hence the car.

Ba Na Hills

Ba Na Hills is an entertaining complex, located in Hoa Ninh, Hoa Vang District, which is 40 km southwest of Da Nang City. The hill is 1,489 m above sea level, so the climate here is cool all year round. The average temperature in the summer is about 18 degrees Celsius and you can even experience all four seasons in a day.

Ba Na Hills is designed as an entertaining complex for all ages. You need to take the cable car up to the top of Ba Na Mountain. When visiting Ba Na, you get a chance to enjoy the vast space on the mountain with lots of gardens. There is Linh Ung Pagoda, ancient wine cellar, indoor amusement park named Fantasy Park with all interesting entertainment games and other attractions. One of the main highlights here is the Golden Bridge held by giant hands in the middle of the clouds. French Village is a perfect spot for photo lover. Here you can find 3 food courts serving European and Asian cuisines, souvenir stalls with a variety of products and even stay overnight at Mercure Danang French Village Bana Hills. When coming to Ba Na Hills, you will surely have unforgettable experiences and memories as if you were in Europe.

You should buy Ba Na Hills tickets online to avoid waiting in line and enjoy discounts. The ticket includes a round-trip by the cable car, sightseeing, 9 flower gardens, Debay Wine Cellar, about 105 games and free slide in Fantasy Park.

Opening Hours: Daily 7:00 – 22:00

Ticket Prices for visiting Ba Na Hills 2020:

  • Adult: 750,000 VND per person
  • Child (1-1.4 m height): 600,000 VND per person

Wax Museum ticket: 100,000 VND per person

Con Market

Con Market is the largest market in Da Nang City and central Vietnam, located opposite to Big C Supermarket and Parkson mall. It’s often said that Con Market in Da Nang is a foodie heaven. You can find lots of groceries and cheap souvenirs there for bringing back home. Nowadays tourists are coming to Con Market not only for shopping but also to experience the life of local people.

Opening Hours: 6:00 – 18:00, daily

Cham Islands (Cu Lao Cham)

Cham Islands is one of the most famous attractions in Da Nang. Cham Islands is a group of 8 small islands with the peaceful beauty of nature, which has been recognized by UNESCO as the World Biosphere Reserve. With green forests, wide beaches, diverse ecosystem and wonderful atmosphere, these islands are ideal for swimming, sunbathing, camping, snorkeling and enjoying seafood. Cham Islands not only offer beautiful beaches, there are also other interesting places for tourist to visit such as Tan Hiep Market, Hai Tibet Pagoda, Museum of the Sea, and ancient wells.

You can take a day trip to the beautiful Cham Islands and get a chance to see spectacular rare marine life with Cham Islands Day Tour.

Ba Na Hills Cable car

No matter which transport you arrive, there is only one way to go up to visit the amusement park and that is with the famous cable car; the worlds longest single-wire cable car.

There are no fewer than 12 cable car stations, of which 3 are ground stations that take you to the top, each to a different part of Ba Na Hills. The three ground stations are Hoi An Station (05), Suoi Mo Station (08) and Toc Tien Station (09). There are 5 different cable lines that help you get to certain parts of the park. Both Hoi An station and Toc Tien station have an intermediate station before going to the top and Soui Mo Station going directly to the top. This may sound complicated, but the only reason there are multiple cable car routes is because the attractions are on two different levels.

Check out the below, so everything becomes clear.

Tip: Before you go up, it can be useful to see where you want to start, so that you can take the right cable car. For example, the best way to visit the famous golden bridge is via ground cable car station Hoi An.

About Sun World Ba Na Hills

Opening Times: 7am to 10pm every day

The Ba Na Hills theme park sits high up in the mountains outside of the city of Da Nang. Ba Na Hills is run by Sun World who have several theme parks all over Vietnam. The park’s main attraction is its replica French Village complete with its own cathedral. Aside from the architecture, Ba Na Hills has a world record-breaking cable car network and a huge indoor amusement arcade called ‘Fantasy Park’.

Although the park is open all day, every day, it’s best to avoid weekends and local public holidays. Ba Na Hills is very popular with the Vietnamese so you can find thousands upon thousands of visitors on these days. It’s also best to arrive as close to 7am as you can. It gets busy later in the morning so arriving early is your best chance to experience the Golden Bridge and amusements in relative peace.

Ba Na Hills Admission fee and Ticket types

How much is the ticket at Ba Na Hills?

The Ba Na Hills ticket price includes the entry ticket and cable cars for both ways to and from the park. 

The ticket price is 750,000 VND per adult and 600,000 VND per child. However, discounts are available by purchasing in advance with Klook.

Book Ba Na Hills tickets.

a) At the ticket booths

You can buy Ba Na Hills tickets at the ticket booths at the entrance to the park.

There are some disadvantages to this, though:

  1. There are often long lines at the counters
  2. You’ll have to pay full price

So I recommend purchasing tickets in advance!

b) Online via Klook

The best way to purchase Ba Na Hills tickets in advance is via Klook. 

I’ve used this website many times, and it’s always been quick and easy. 

Here are why you should buy Ba Na Hills tickets online

  • Skipping the line: You don’t need to wait in a long line to purchase tickets. After buying a ticket via Klook, you can show your voucher at a Klook desk to get your park ticket fast and easily!
  • Not paying at full price: You will receive discounts while booking tickets online via Klook.
  • Easy cancellation: You will receive full refunds for cancelations made at least 48 hours before the visit date.
  • Option for Buffet: You can enjoy the tasty dishes at a buffet restaurant with a small additional payment. Currently, you can choose between Vietnamese, Japanese, or Korean buffets. 
  • Ba Na Hills tour: If you’re interested in taking a tour, you can also sign-up for the Ba Na Hills tour from Klook. Continue reading for a review of the tour. 

Book Ba Na Hills tickets.

Here is the list of Klook’s offerings:

  • Ba Na Hills Admission ticket
  • Lunch Buffet Voucher
  • Ba Na Hills day tour including lunch buffet (with Golden Bridge)
  • Transfer from Da Nang to Ba Na Hills

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