Train travel from Dong Hoi to Da Nang

By train it takes around 6 to 7 seven hours to travel by train from Dong Hoi to Da Nang depending upon which train you take and delays. 5 out of the 6 train services on this route travel during the day or early evening so this is a trip you may want to do in a 2nd Class A/C seat rather than in a sleeper berth so you can enjoy the views on route.


Train Times to Da Nang


  • The fastest train service from Dong Hoi to Da Nang is Train #SE1, which departs from Dong Hoi at 07:57 and is scheduled to arrive in Da Nang 5 hours 45 minutes later at 13:42.
Train No. Depart Dong Hoi Arrive Da Nang
SE9 01:34 08:02
SE3 05:35 11:23
SE19 06:26 12:25
SE1 07:57 13:42
SE7 16:23 22:42
SE5 19:30 01:16

  • The slowest of the train services from Dong Hoi to Da Nang is Train #SE9 which is scheduled to complete the journey in 6 hours 28 minutes.

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Location of Dong Hoi Station


Dong Hoi Railway Station is located 7.7 km by road from Nhat Le.


Location of Da Nang Station


Da Nang Railway Station is located 2.7 km by road from the Dragon Bridge.


Dragon Bridge in Da Nang


Dragon Bridge, or Cau Rong, is a 666 metre long bridge over the Han River in Da Nang, connecting the city centre with the Son Tra Peninsula and My Khe Beach. What makes this bridge special is that the bridge is shaped like a dragon, with the body of the dragon illuminated at night by LED lights. On Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays the mouth of the dragon breathes fire and water in a show that starts at 21:00 and lasts 5 minutes. The spectacle is a major tourist attraction and people line the river side and sit at riverside bars and restaurants to see it.

Dragon Bridge in Da Nang

Dragon Bridge in Da Nang

The Dragon Bridge was opened on the 29th March 2013 to commemorate the day that American and South Vietnamese forces were forced out of the city of Da Nang by the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army. The project was initiated by former Vietnamese Premier Nguyen Tan Dung and funded by the central government at a reported cost of $88 million USD.

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