What to do in Ba Na Hills aside from the Golden Bridge

04/09/2019   1.038  4/5 trong 1 rates 
What to do in Ba Na Hills aside from the Golden Bridge
In the mountains above Da Nang, there hides a mystical world of castles, amusement park rides and pagodas. Aside from the famous Golden Bridge, the Ba Na Hills mountain resort is a wonderful mix of surreal fun and classic beauty - the perfect place for you and your family to escape the heat.

  • The longest cable car gap in the world

    The longest cable car gap in the worldThe longest cable car gap in the world

    The cable car ride up to the Ba Na Hills is an amazing experience. The gap stretches 5,801 meters (19,042 feet) and elevates 1,368 meters (4,488 feet), both of which are world records. But don’t worry, the system was built to European standards, with equipment imported from Germany, Switzerland and Sweden.

  • Le Jardin D’Amour

    Le Jardin D’AmourLe Jardin D’Amour

    These French style gardens feature a colorful variety of tropical flowers. The gardens aren’t very big, but they are an interesting scene to take in — reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland (1865). To complete the French experience, head to the Ancient Wine Cellar nearby.

  • Giant Buddha Statue

    Giant Buddha StatueGiant Buddha Statue

    At 27 meters (89 feet), this concrete statue of the founder of Buddhism makes for some beautiful photographs. You can also visit the Linh Ung Pagoda to ask for blessings before you head into the fantasy park and subject yourself to some hair-raising rides.

  • Mercure Bana Hills French Village

    Mercure Bana Hills French VillageMercure Bana Hills French Village

    Here’s your chance to stay in a 4-star castle resort at the top of a Vietnamese mountain. The resort complex has 494 rooms styled like old French villas, complete with antiques and artwork, and the restaurants also serve French cuisine, with imported wines and cheeses. After you’ve finished strolling around the cobblestone streets, gazing at the lights of Danang far below, enjoy a few nightcaps at one of the medieval bars.

  • Fantasy Park

    Fantasy ParkFantasy Park

    The Fantasy Park is 21,000 square meters of indoor fun and games for the whole family. The theme is based on two novels by Jules Verne: Journey to the Centre of the Earth (1864) and Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1870). There are familiar carnival rides, like a carousal and a big spinner, but also some oddities, such as a Jurassic Park area and even a wax museum.

    Gamers will feel right at home in the giant arcade area, while thrill seekers can get their adrenaline rush on the 29-meter (95 feet) tower drop. And if the tower drop in the Fantasy Park isn’t enough of a rush for you, then give the alpine coaster a try.

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