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Ba Na Hills Wax Museum POST COVID19 Visit
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First Visit back Post Covid19. Its the 14th May 2020, and we decided to visit Ba Na Hills. Needless to know, that the actual park was practical closed. Even though they sell entry to this park. Its very misinformed. Even the website is not up to date. But still it was a fun day out.
Checkout our other video on the whole of Ba Na Hills Visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knhlMAHZj_Y
The wax museum of Sun World Ba Na Hills is the first of its kind in Vietnam, displaying fantastic wax figures of various celebrities worldwide from different areas, such as cinema stars, music stars, sport legends and politicians… Each statue is a sophisticated artwork of wax crafted by Italian craftsmen.
Hop on Ba Na Hills Cable car to enjoy the scenery
Visitors can only get to Ba Na Hills via cable cars. Ba Na Hills cable car system is one of the most impressive ten cable car lines on earth. The system holds many records including the longest gap, heaviest cable and greatest change in elevation.
With three lines of cable cars of total 25 kilometers in length, the longest ride takes you about 20 minutes to get to the mountaintop. The lines departing from Da Nang are:
Dream Spring Station – Ba Na Station
Taking this shortest line, you can visit Linh Ung Pagoda with the giant Buddha statue and take a funicular to Le Jardin D’Amour – a lovely French garden. After that, take the Debay – Morin cable car to Chua mountaintop to visit resort complex and Fantasy Park.
Toc Tien Station – L’Indochine Station
This is the line that holds several world records: longest one-wire sling, greatest elevation between station, longest unpatched wire and heaviest cable roll in the world. The ride takes you around 20 minutes and travel over the beautiful Toc Tien waterfall.
The one line departing from Hoi An Station:
Hoi An Station – Marseille Station
From Hoi An Station, the cable car ride will take you to Marseille Station which is located just next to the famous Golden Bridge. From this station, you must take a funicular to the garden Le Jardin D’Armour and Linh Ung Pagoda. To visit the mountaintop, take another cable car at Bordeaux Station.
You might think the cable car fee is too expensive but actually, it’s inclusive many activities you can enjoy on Ba Na Hills and the scenery during the ride is absolutely worth every of your penny. Especially, from the cabin, you can admire the beautiful panoramic view of mountains and sea.
Walk on the legendary Golden Bridge
Golden Bridge, connecting the Marseille Station to Le Jardin Station, was famous even before its opening in 2018. And when it’s officially opened, the bridge has created a worldwide phenomenon and become as the most beautiful landscape on earth according to Time magazine.
Why does Golden Bridge attract so much attention from tourists all over the world? The most obvious reason is its staggering appearance – a delicate gilded bridge being lifted by a giant stone hands covered in moss, with view overlooking to Da Nang city.
It’s safe to say that Golden Bridge is the most instagrammable man-made construction in Vietnam right now. For the most gorgeous pictures, come to visit Ba Na Hills in summertime!
Lost in the French Village in middle of Vietnam
The French village in Ba Na Hills is a miniature Europe with medieval French architecture beautifully designed on every of its corner and alley.
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