Thursday, March 14, 2019

Hoi An Travelogue (Day 3) - Bana Hills

Our itinerary today is Bana Hills, one of the much anticipated places to visit in our 7D6N trip this time round due to the ongoing popularity of the Golden Bridge.

Bana Hills is one of the most exciting project for Vietnam as they attract tourism a lot more than any other places in Vietnam, apart from Halong Bay.

From French Village to Le Garden, Bana Hills poses a stunning top of the hills complexes and architectures that took plenty of wow factors.

We booked a private car from Klook which stop us at the parking lot, which we then had to take a short shuttle to the entrance given how big the place is.

The entrance of the Bana Hills is a spectacular castle which boasts many open spaces inside which we have to walk to get to the cable car.

The cable car itself took us more than 12 minutes to get us right to the top, which visitors get to see the amazing landscape as we swept past them.

The first stop once we get to the top is to ride the funicular which brings us to the Le Garden Flower.

The place was swamped with visitors who tried to take all sorts of photograph because it is just simply too pretty not to take with it.

After walking around Le Garden for about an hour or so, we proceeded to the French Village to grab our lunch at the Beer Place.

The buffet was awesome because there were plenty of choices and the place is so huge it can fit easily a thousand people inside.

After our sumptuous lunch, we walked around the French Village, taking opportunistic photographs at certain strategic places because of their similarities to a European landscape.

We left the best for the last as we walked through the famous Golden Bridge Hand to sum up our day at Bana Hills.

Bana Hills is a great place to run down the day and we would encourage anyone with family to visit them when you're around Danang.

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