Ba Na Hills is a famous resort, culinary and entertainment complex in Da Nang. There are many interesting things here, including the French village of Ba Na Hills . Coming to this place, you will be able to see firsthand the ancient roofs, magnificent castles with European style. Let’s take a walk around this romantic French village with Danang Private Car‘s!
Introduction to the French village of Ba Na Hills
Bana Hills French Village, also known as French Village, is located in the Ba Na Hills tourist complex (Hoa Ninh commune, Hoa Vang district). It is about 25km from the center of Da Nang city.
Ba Na Hills French Village was built with inspiration from the missionary journey of Pigneau De Behaine – the first Frenchman to set foot on the top of Ba Na mountain.
On the land with an area of 45,300m2, the architects have “transformed” this place into a resort with a system of hotels, shopping malls, restaurants, cafes, etc. Especially, the 32 buildings are all brought with them. typical features of French architecture.
Because it is located on a high altitude, the air here is always cool, there will even be dew in the early morning. Therefore, it is inadvertently creating the beauty of the French village.
Ba Na Hills French Village is really the perfect choice for anyone who is interested in discovering ancient European architecture and wants to enjoy high-class and quality services.
Guide to move to the French village of Ba Na Hill
To get to Ba Na Hills, you can travel by bus, private car, taxi or motorbike. Then, from the foot of Ba Na mountain, you continue to move by cable car to the top of Ba Na Hills, to the Morin station area to arrive at the French village of Ba Na Hills.
Opening hours and fares to enter the French village in BaNa Hills
- Ba Na Hills tourist area is open from 8:00 to 22:00 (this is also the opening time of Ba Na Hills French village).
- Family Entertainment Center (FEC) operates every day, 7:00 am – 5:00 pm.
- Lunch buffet is open every day from 11h00 to 14h30
Ticket price to visit the French village in Ba Na Hills
To visit the French village on Ba Na Hills, you will need to buy a Ba Na Hills ticket . In which, the ticket includes: entrance ticket, Ba Na cable car ticket, French village, Golden bridge, Mountain train ticket price and free most of the games in Fantasy Park amusement park, …
|Adults and children over 1.4m tall||VND 850,000|
|Children from 1m to 1m4 . tall||VND 700,000|
|Children under 1m tall||Free|
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What is attractive about taking a stroll around the French Village at Ba Na Hills?
Visitors coming to the French Village in Ba Na Hills will be enchanted by a romantic atmosphere. There are a total of 7 different color-themed areas here, creating a familiar French ambiance right in the heart of Vietnam. During your visit, you will have the opportunity to explore and admire the following remarkable structures:
Dome Square and Fountain.
When visiting the French Village, one must certainly set foot in Dome Square and the fountain. It is located in the center of the village and serves as the focal point for special festivals and events organized by the tourist area.
Here, you’ll immerse yourself in a lively and vibrant atmosphere, with performances by dancers from around the world. They don extravagant costumes and dance, delighting visitors. You can take photos with them and check-in at the fountain area, which attracts many tourists.
St. Denis Cathedral in the French Village.
Next, visitors shouldn’t miss St. Denis Cathedral – a miniature replica of the St. Denis Cathedral in France. The structure vividly reproduces Gothic architecture with intricate external details, exuding an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere. The special feature of this cathedral lies in its beautifully colored stained glass windows, vaulted ceilings, and weathered stone walls, all impeccably recreated.
Upon entering the cathedral, you’ll be amazed by the sharp pinnacle structure at the top, delicate carved columns, and spacious interior. This cathedral has become a photography paradise. Whether inside or outside, simply find a few angles to stand in, and you’ll capture elegant and striking photos.
Chateau De Chenonceau Castle.
Chateau De Chenonceau, or simply Chenonceau Castle, is one of the representations of Celtic culture. The castle appears ancient yet regal and grand. From the castle’s windows, visitors can see the bustling square, creating a sensation of being a princess from a legend or lost in the Hogwarts castle – a legendary film.
Stopping by the Brittany Village, you’ll undoubtedly experience the fascinating culture of the Celtic nation. This area is known for being the oldest town, famous for its sweet and enticing Crepe pastries and a unique type of brewed beer. The Brittany town in Ba Na Hills’ French Village is distinctly represented with its steep-roofed houses, spacious courtyards, thick walls, and these details create a European-like atmosphere.
Apremont sur Allier Village.
Apremont sur Allier is also a model that captures the essence of the French countryside. Legend has it that Pigneau abandoned his role as a missionary because he was captivated by the pristine beauty of this village, choosing to become a pure farmer. And the imagery of this village was once again recreated by him at Ba Na.
True to its rustic nature, stepping into Apremont sur Allier brings a sense of tranquility and simplicity in its design. The unique style blends harmoniously with the gentle melody around, providing a sense of relaxation and serenity.
Conques Aveyron Village.
In contrast to Apremont sur Allier and Brittany Village, Conques Aveyron is known as the most primitive medieval village in France. Exploring this area, you will sense the simplicity in the village’s design as well as an extremely peaceful atmosphere. It can be said that the architects displayed great skill in vividly recreating this village’s appearance, resembling the shape of a seashell.
When visiting the French Village at Ba Na Hills, in addition to the churches, squares, towns, and rural villages that strongly bear the mark of French architecture, you must also mention the system of 4-5 star hotels, shopping centers, and amusement areas that meet the accommodation and entertainment needs of both local and international tourists.
Interesting experiences in the French village on Ba Na Hills
Walking around Ba Na Hills French Village, visitors will not only admire the unique French architecture but also participate in entertainment activities, cuisine and buy souvenirs.
Admire classical French architecture
You don’t have to go to Europe far away when you can admire a real corner of France in Ba Na Hills. You will see squares, churches, hotels, houses with characteristic pointed roofs, arched windows, monolithic bricks with beige, brown tones, …
The work is divided into 7 areas, simulating a square, a romantic town of France, but also magnificent and palatial. This is the ancient and luxurious Chenonceau Castle, the majestic St Denis Cathedral or the peaceful and simple village of Conques Aveyron, etc. All recreate a fairy-tale painting in the heart of Da Nang city.
Check in to live virtual like in Europe
With such unique architectural works, it is a waste to ignore the check-in photos. Just standing and posing, anywhere will become an extreme virtual living background, no different from the West.
Especially, when the night falls, you seem to be lost in a fairy tale world with haughty castles hidden in the fanciful golden light.
Join exciting festivals
Not only immersed in the majestic, splendid and magnificent architectural space, coming to Ba Na Hills French village, you will also be immersed in vibrant festivals throughout the year.
From April to September, there will be Carnival with colorful costumes and exciting music. Then from June to September, you will be immersed in drunkenness again with the beer festival B’estival – a famous German festival. There will be millions of liters of beer and special performances. Then there is the Halloween carnival, the Christmas festival, …
Enjoy delicious cuisine around the world
Ba Na Hills French Village has many luxury restaurants, eateries, and cafes. For example, Brasserie restaurant serving Italian dishes, French-style Le Jardin restaurant, La Crique restaurant serving Spanish-style dishes and cocktails, etc. There are also Vietnamese and Russian restaurants,…
The restaurants and cafes are beautifully designed, in harmony with the ancient common space of the French village of Ba Na Hills. In addition, there is a super view. Don’t forget to take a few photos to remember!
The tourist attractions near the French Village at Ba Na Hills.
Fantasy Park Bana Hills Amusement Park.
Located very close to the French Village is Fantasy Park – the world’s first mountain amusement park, and also the largest indoor amusement park in Vietnam (21,000 m2). Here, there are a total of 105 incredibly exciting games, especially suitable for both adults and children. Visitors can challenge themselves with thrilling games such as the century carousel, free fall tower, mountain climbing adventure, exploring haunted dungeons, and many games for children like miniature explorers’ house, bumper cars, firefighter station, etc.
The cable car station is located at the top of Bana Mountain.
On the journey to explore Ba Na Hills’ French Village, do not miss the cable car station located at the top of Ba Na Mountain, which holds two world records: the longest single-wire cable car route in the world (5,770 m) with a cable length of 5,770 m, and the cable car route with the greatest difference in elevation between the upper and lower stations in the world (1,290 m). If you experience this cable car route, you will have the opportunity to admire the panoramic view of the tourist area, enjoy the characteristic climate… truly fascinating moments.
If you take another cable car ride, visitors will have the chance to explore more attractions such as: Ba Na Flower Garden, Golden Bridge, Linh Ung Pagoda, Bell Tower, Debay Wine Cellar, mountain-climbing train, and more.
Notes when visiting the French village of Ba Na Hills
- Prepare appropriate, comfortable clothing. Wear a shirt, hat, and glasses to protect yourself from the sun
- If you stay overnight, you need to prepare warm clothes
- Phone, camera, power bank.
- You are not allowed to bring food and drinks to Ba Na.
How To Get From Danang To Bana Hills
Accounting for more than 40% of the total number of tourists traveling to Da Nang, Ba Na Hills is the region’s leading tourism and festival destination. So how to go to Ba Na from Da Nang? Find out with Sun World in the article below!
In addition to the above means, large groups of tourists can rent a tourist car according to the tour in Da Nang to move to Ba Na. Tourist cars have types from 4 to 45 seats for visitors to comfortably choose the right vehicle.
The rental price for this route ranges from VND 400,000 to VND 2,200,000 including petrol, driver costs, tolls and parking fees and passenger insurance, excluding VAT.
|Sedan(Max 3 Pax – 2 Baggages)||MINIVAN(Max 4 Pax – 3 Baggages)||VAN(Max 8 Pax – 6 Baggages)|
|Inclusion||Private Car with driver can speak basic English, Petrol, Road tolls, Parking fee.|
|Exclusion||Meals, Guide, Entrance fee, Personal fee.|
Ancient and Romantic, these are the impressions that travelers are left with upon visiting the French Village in Ba Na Hills. It’s a place that not only allows you to immerse yourself in the ambiance of France but also offers the opportunity to comfortably indulge in “Instagrammable” moments and partake in various enjoyable activities. Therefore, if you have the chance to visit Da Nang, don’t miss out on this “enchanted paradise” – mark this location on your itinerary!