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Di Tích Bà Nà

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  • Day67

    Sightseeing-Taxi von Hoi An nach Hue

    March 6 in Vietnam ⋅ ☁️ 24 °C

    Eine Sightseeing-Taxi-Tour, eine großartige Möglichkeit mit unserem Gepäck von A nach B zu reisen und unterwegs an allen Sehenswürdigkeiten auf dem Weg zu stoppen.🚖

    Stopp 1: Marble Mountains.⛰️
    Hierbei handelt es sich um 5 Berge, die wie aus dem Nichts kompakt in die Höhe ragen.
    Jeder der Berge ist nach einem Element benannt, besteht aus Höhlen und Tunneln und beherbergt Buddha-Statuen.
    Einen der Berge haben wir heute auch erklommen, dabei viel geschwitzt und uns gut bewegt. Es hat sich aber gelohnt. Die kleinen Höhlen waren fantastisch anzusehen und auf einem der Aussichtshügel, die etwas Klettern erfordern, ist uns beim Abstieg ein Affe entgegen gekommen.
    Bei ihm sah der Aufstieg deutlich einfacher aus.🐒

    Station 2: Golden Bridge in den Ba Na Hills🏞️
    Mit einer fast 6km langen Seilbahn ging es am Mittag hinauf in die Ba Na Hills.
    Wir schwebten über riesige Wälder, gigantische Klippen, faszinierenden Wasserfällen hoch hinaus bis wir außer Wolken kaum noch etwas sahen.
    Hier oben befindet sich die Golden Bridge.
    Auch wenn sie keine tiefere Bedeutung hat, sie schaut einfach beeindruckend aus!
    Außer auf diese Brücke laden die Ba Na Hills dazu ein, in großen Blumengärten und einem nachgebauten Frankreich spazieren zu gehen.🌷

    Über den Hai Van Pass, der heute nichts außer einer Wolkenfront frei gab, ging es weiter zu Station 3: dem Lang Co Beach.🏖️
    Hierbei handelt es sich tatsächlich um eine kleine Location im Meer, die rein darauf ausgelegt ist, dass Menschen Fotos mit Schaukeln, Hängematten und Co. im Meer machen können.
    Bei schönem Wetter sicher eine nette Sache. 📸

    Weiter geht's nach Hue!🌃
    Nach einer angenehmen und ruhigen Überfahrt (das haben wir auf unserer Reise nicht oft an Land erlebt) sind wir gut an unserem nächsten Urlaubsort angekommen.
    Diesen gilt es morgen zu erkunden.🔍

    Bis dahin wünschen wir allen zu Hause noch einen schönen Tag und bleibt gesund 🍀👌
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  • Day104

    Ba Na Hills Resort

    May 29, 2016 in Vietnam ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    The drive to this place was incredible purely for the unexpectedness of the scenery but the end result was definitely the suprise of the day. We were following a map which just showed walking trails and viewpoints and so as we crested the hill closing in on our destination we saw a huge wall that looked as though it had been taken out of medieval China but brand new with a car park full of cars, coaches and bikes next to it. We drove down and discovered it was a holiday park resort thing but that it was seemingly catered to Chinese people who wanted to experience Vietnam all in one place without travelling Vietnam as it had architecture, temples, activities & events from across the country and its history. All of it premeditated and designed. Bit of a shame really, we couldn't get in to the viewpoints or walks without paying so we just rode off again enjoying the spectacular view all around us.Read more

  • Day4

    Ba Na Hills Disneyland Vietnamese style

    April 11, 2017 in Vietnam ⋅ ☀️ 31 °C

    Today we are off to Ba Na, a french village in the Ba Na Hills. Built by the french during their occupation to relieve them of the heat of vietnam as it is situated at 1487 metres.

    Interesting drive up with Quang providing some rather novel answers to our questions. Graeme asked about a large dam with a very large dam wall, asking what it was for. Quang's reply was, 'just a lake'.

    We asked why there were concrete stairs built up the cuttings along the roadway which were all concreted, to which h replied 'so that people can plant trees at the top"

    Both answers were crap. The dam is a major dam which Graeme later saw a doco about on tv, and the stairs were actual a water runoff from the concreted drain at the top of the cuttings. the stairs slow the water down as it runs off.........

    We also noticed that the driver, Hero, who could speak little english, kept hitting Quang in the side of the leg whenever we asked something. Quang was always on his phone and didnt seem interested in our questions.

    After a somewhat pathetic tour of the basics of Ba Na, 2 cable car rides, and a short cable train, Quang took us to lunch and ate lunch with us, not talking once. After lunch he walked us to our hotel and then left telling us he would meet us at the base of the hotel cable car in the morning, not at the hotel front desk??? Still no sign of my $20us refund......

    day will begin with departure for Ba Na. Ba Na is 1487 meters above sea level and known as
    the second Da Lat or Sapa of Viet Nam. Here, you can feel 4 seasons within a day; not many places can
    make this claim making it a must see on the tourist circuit. Upon arrival, you may be greeted by monkeys
    and beautiful panoramic views. Enjoy the stunning views of the the beautiful landscape while taking a
    ride to the top of Ba Na mountain in one of the longest cable cars in the world, then hop on the Hiking
    train to continue travelling in comfort. The Hiking Train transport tourists to several popular destinations
    including Linh Ung pagoda, Le Jardin garden and an ancient villa complex. We will visit Linh Ung
    pagoda, Tinh Tam garden, Nghinh Phong peak, Vong Nguyet hill, etc. We will then have lunch and
    go on a trail to the peak where you can view the sights of Da Nang city and the surrounding mountains.
    The night will finish with dinner and overnight in Ba

    While the cable car ride was interesting, the whole Ba Na Hills theme park was a little weird. Hotel was very average, and the food was well below expected. Certainly NOT a 4 star hotel. The only good thing was a coffee and cake in one of the shops.
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