French Village & Golden Bridge

Day Tour - from £92

Departs from Hoi An / Danang

A quite unique day tour to a re-imagined 19th Century cobblestoned French Village, the distinctly modern Golden Bridge, held aloft by two giant hands, and the peak of the Ba Na Hills on one of the world’s longest cable cars.

Your Tour Includes:

  • Time to explore the French Village
  • Walking across the Golden Bridge
  • Cable car ride to the peak of the Ba Na Hills
  • Park entrance and return hotel transfers

Your Day Tour

You would be excused for thinking that you are in the Dordogne, when you arrive at cobbled streets of the recently redeveloped French Village in the Ba Na Hills.

Once an iconic retreat during the French colonial era, the settlement fell into disrepair for many years before securing new investment and quickly re-establishing itself as a ‘must visit’ destination on Vietnam’s Central Coast.

You’ll have time to explore the re-imaged 19th Century town, including the Bell Tower, Debay wine tunnel, Le Jardin D ’Amour flower garden and Nghinh Phong Tower, before being transported back to modern Vietnam, as you enjoy a walk over the eye-catching Golden Bridge on the edge of the village. Completed in 2018, the 150 metre long structure is suspended in the air by two giant stone hands and offers superb views over the Vietnamese countryside.

The panorama only gets better however, as you then ride on one of the world’s longest cable cars, over 5 km to the 1,487 metre peak of the Ba Na Hills.

A possibly surreal, but certainly unforgettable day!

Pick up from: Hoi An or Danang hotels

Departure time: 08:00

Duration: 8 hours

Day Tour - from £92

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