Ba Na Hills is one of the newest and most exciting projects in Vietnam. It’s a mountaintop resort complex that looks like a medieval castle, but inside these stone walls are modern accommodations, world class restaurants and a Fantasy Park full of exciting rides. Here are the top things to see and do and Ba Na Hills. Let’s exploce Top Things To See and Do at Ba Na Hills, Vietnam below.
Top Things To See and Do at Ba Na Hills, Vietnam
Ride the cable cars
The cable car in Ba Na Hills was completed in 2013 with 1 line and it has been built new line until now and it holds several Guinness World Records, including the longest gap between stations and the greatest change in elevation. You will see the views of Danang city and the coast in the distance, and the fresh jungle. It is lucky if you catch the Red shanked douc in the tree. Doucs are, like all monkeys, social animals. They live in groups with an average size of 4 to 15, but groups of up to 50 have been recorded in Bana hills. A group usually consists of one or more males and approximately two females per male.
Scrolling through the Golden bridge
The cable car takes us around 20 minutes from parking to the top of the mountain. When you reach the top of the mountains, you’ll be greeted with the site of the giant colossal hands holding up the infamous Golden Bridge. Ever wondered that how is it feels like to stroll through the hands of God? Yes, now you will, thanks to Golden Bridge in Bana hills, the bridge is 150m long walking bridge nestled in Morin Station, 1.400 meters above the sea level.
The giant hands, that appear to be emerging from the hillside, standing in the Golden bridge you have looked over Da Nang city and the awe inspiring views of the mountain landscape. When the clouds the entire mountaintop, the illusion is even more complete. It looks like what you see in Disney’s film. Located 60 minutes driving from Danang city centre, or 90 mins driving from Hoi An, the Golden Bridge (Cầu Vàng) offer a truly sublime experience that makes your trip become well worth. If you want to visit this site, you have to buy a ticket (700.000 vnd ~ 30 USD) and get the cable car to the mountaintop.
The Drop Tower
Go from stunning beauty to cavernous terror in the blink if an eye at the Drop Tower, the wildest ride at Ba Na Hills. At the top, riders can look out the glass dome and see as far as the clouds will allow.
Then, without warning, you’re dropped 29 metres (95 feet) into a cave based on two Jules Verne novels: Journey to the Centre of the Earth (1864) and Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1870).
Visiting the wax museum
This museum as creepy as its interesting. Have you ever wondered what your idol or the most famous people stand here and look like up close. Yes, in the Ba Na Hills Wax Museum, you get to see some statue is the same the real person from hair, the hight, clothe. And don’t forget to selfie with them.
Riding the pipe mountain coaster
Save the rides in the Fantasy Park for later and head to the Alpine Coaster first while it’s still daytime. The cars can drive up to 35 km/h, it is crazy when passing the hill but you don’t worry, the car control by its own braking system so we can go as slow or fast as we want.
Having lunch at the world class Restaurant
They offer a variety of restaurants with extensive menus and catering services, along with different serving selections set menu, barbecue, fast food, etc. The needs and tastes of each visitor are met. Most of the restaurants can be found in the French village quarter, Fantasy Park. Eating and drinking are a grave art of life, a motto we adhere to fully and completely.
Don’t forget to stop in KavKaz Vista Restaurant, this is a Russian cultural space. The restaurant is designed like an ancient castle. The KavKaz Vista restaurant is famous with a flavor of Russian grilled dishes, tasted with Vodka.