Flight times from Bangkok to Da Nang

Thai AirAsia, Vietnam Airlines, VietJet Air and Hahn Air Systems all operate direct flights from Bangkok to Da Nang.

Flight Schedule from Bangkok to Da Nang


Click on the Bangkok – Da Nang link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.

Don Mueang Airport - Da Nang ฿ 2,890–4,270 1h 40m
  •   Economy 05:05, 10:30, 16:40
Bangkok - Da Nang ฿ 3,790–11,251 1h 40m – 17h 45m
  •   Economy 08:15, 10:50, 15:50, 17:35, 19:35

Bangkok Airport


Flights to Da Nang depart from both Suvarnabhumi Airport, 999 หมู่ 1 Nong Prue, Amphoe Bang Phli, Chang Wat Samut Prakan 10540 and Don Mueang Airport, 222 Vibhavadi Rangsit Rd, Khwaeng Sanambin, Khet Don Mueang, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10210, Thailand.

Google Map of Suvarnabhumi Airport

Da Nang Airport


Flights from Bangkok to Da Nang arrive into Da Nang International Airport.

Google Map of Da Nang International Airport

Travel to Da Nang


Da Nang is a large coastal city in Central Vietnam with around 1 million permanent residents. As a holiday destination, Nha Trang and Binh Thuan have tended to be more popular with foreign visitors than Da Nang, however, this is beginning to change as Da Nang is steadily growing in its appeal to international travellers.

Da Nang City

Da Nang City is split into two parts by the Han River which flows through the centre of the city. The eastern half of the city, by the 30 km long My Khe Beach,  is where most holiday makers choose to stay in the city. As well as the beach, which is a good one, this part of the city has many hotels, restaurants and bars catering to a wide range of preferences.

The railway station, and the city’s main cultural attractions, are located in the western half of the city. There are beaches to the north of this part of Da Nang but they aren’t as good as My Khe Beach. Among two of the best attractions in the western part of the Da Nang are the Museum of Cham Sculpture and Da Nang Fine Art Museum. The Museum of Cham Sculpture has over 300 items on display created by the Cham civilisation around 1,000 years ago. The Fine Art Museum has an impressive collection of mostly modern art exploring issues important to Vietnamese people, such as the conflicts with French and American armed forces and the ethnic diversity of Vietnam.

Dragon Bridge in Da Nang
Dragon Bridge in Da Nang
Hoi An

30 km to the south of Da Nang, Hoi An Old Town is the most popular tourist attraction in the region. You can stay overnight in Hoi An but many visitors prefer to stay in Da Nang and take a day trip to Hoi An. Hoi An Old Town covers a relatively small area and half a day spent walking around, and visiting the small museums located within historic town houses, is generally long enough for most visitors.

Ba Na Hills

Another popular local attraction is Ba Na Hills, which is accessible via cable car. The lower station of the cable car service is located 23 km by road from Da Nang City. Ba Na Hills was created as a hill top retreat for French residents of Vietnam in the 1920s. This small town was designed to resemble a typical French village. More recently a new attraction, the Golden Bridge, has been built adjacent to the original town. The Golden Bridge is a 150 metre long viewing platform supported by concrete shaped to look like giant hands.

My Son Sanctuary

The My Son Sanctuary is a massive, but very dilapidated, temple complex constructed between the 4th and 14th Centuries. The My Son Sanctuary is located some distance from Da Nang (45 km) and attracts a relatively small number of visitors as a consequence. Nonetheless, this ancient temple is interesting and one of a limited number of historical sites related to the Cham civilisation which controlled large parts of South East Asia throughout the first millennium and the initial part of the second millennium.

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