Hai Van - The Spectacular Pass Connecting Danang and Hue
Today, Hai Van Pass is a climate barrier between the South and the North. The South owns tropical area influenced by South Asian monsoon climate with 2 different seasons: dry and rainy season. The North is situated inside the sub-temperate climate. Walking on Highway No.1, you will feel the caressed cool breeze as well as enjoy the amazing scenery along the road to one of the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam.
The cellar of Hai Van, where the train starts to go from Danang to Hue
From Da Nang, visitors go along to National Highway No. 1 then cross Nam O River to reach a same name village where is famous for manufacturing delicious sauce throughout the country. Starting from here, the road is slope up like white yarn wrapped on green mountainside until up to the peak, you will see the panoramic view of bay and city below appeared suddenly, so nice to stupor. Far away, the white sand ribbon of Non Nuoc beach spreads to the horizon, beyond the tottery rocks of Ngu Hanh Son.
One of the most spectacular and dangerous bend in the Pass.
Don Nhat witnessed many uprisings of Vietnam people during a struggle against the French colonialists’ domination. After that, this bunker was transferred to the hands of the US. Vietnam People's Army had once used this bunker to fire into Da Nang.
Though you are at temporary stop point or the final point of the journey, Lang Co always is a great destination in your route through Hai Van Pass. Crossing Hai Van Pass, travelers will move on to flat delta-roads. It’s time for them to comfortably contemplate immense rice fields and peaceful villages gripped on the road to Hue city.
Wonderful Lang Co Bay when you see from the high level of Hai Van Pass
Things to pay attention when crossing Hai Van Pass
+ The most appropriate time to cross Hai Van Pass: You should be present on the top of the pass at dawn or dusk to be able to enjoy the most beautiful scenery as well as own the most beautiful, deepest photos possible.
+ On the way to pass the Hai Van Pass, remember to buy a few cups of coffee and go to the top of the pass to sip, this is definitely an extremely interesting and unique experience.
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