Sun World Ba Na Hills has something for absolutely everyone! Whether you’re a large family looking for fun for all ages or a posh young couple who loves fine dining, Ba Na Hills has it all.
With dozens of restaurants ranging from food carts to fine dining with stunning views, everyone’s palate will be pleased. For those looking to embrace their spirituality, the trek to the shrine and all the way up to the pagoda of the Holy Mother Mountain will put your soul at ease.
Thrill seekers will love the rides, history buffs will love the historical recreations and architecture, and kids will love Fantasy Park and Crystal World. Best of all, the park has a 4-star hotel on-site to make the most of your stay in Ba Na Hills. Park features include:
- Park Attractions
- Spiritual Attractions
- Architectural and Cultural Attractions
- Culinary Attractions
Funicular – Experience the beauty of this location on the fast funicular! It takes just a minute and a half to take you to several of the park’s major attractions, but the views will stay with you for a lifetime.
Alpine Coaster – High altitude thrills await on this impressive coaster.
Cable Car Network – Ranked as one of CNN’s 10 most impressive cable car infrastructures worldwide, it is a must see attraction at Sun World Ba Na Hills. It has five different routes and a carrying capacity of 6,500 passengers per hour.
Fantasy Park – It’s Jules Verne meets Jurassic Park! Inspired by “Journey to the Center of the Earth” and “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea,” this theme park offers tons of family-friendly thrills.
Da Cham Souvenir Shops – With 20 stores throughout Sun World Ba Na Hills, there’s sure to be a gift for everyone on your list.
Crystal World – Engage your senses in the magic of over five tons of kaleidoscopic quartz.
Fleuriste Flower Shop – Stop by this picturesque shop to take in the colors and fragrances of flowers from around the world.
Wax Museum – Come to the first wax museum in Vietnam to see stars from movies, sports, politics, and music, all done by the finest Italian craftsmen.
Anpaz Spa and Beauty – Tired from a long day at Sun World Ba Na Hills? Stop by this relaxing spa for a foot massage so you are ready for a fun-filled day tomorrow!
Belfry – Ascend to the sacred peak of Ba Na to admire the one-ton, bronze bell modeled after Buddhist architecture. No matter where you go in the park, the bell’s soothing tone permeates the air.
Stele Hall – Stele Hall hosts a tall stele that records the finest scenes of Ba Na. The Linh Tu Pagoda, enchanting belfry, and imposing nine-story Linh Phong Stupa contribute to a rare spiritual atmosphere at Sun World Ba Na Hills.
Holy Mother Shrine – As legend has it, far back in history the local people were plagued with dangers. They made sacrifices to their “Holy Mother” and prayed to her for peace and stability. Throughout the centuries, local legends of the Mother persisted, and a shrine was erected in 1931. Throughout hard times and good, war and peace, the shrine remained utterly unscathed. Both locals and pilgrims alike paid respect to the Mother and it remains, to this day, a place of interest for people to pray for good luck and fortune.
Rain Sheltering Teahouse – Enjoy a relaxing tea ceremony in this zen furnished house. Located in the French Village, look out over the boundless primordial forests. Thanks to the sublime combination of architecture, relaxing tea ceremony, music, and idyllic natural scenery, you are sure to leave with a greater sense of inner peace.
Linh Phong Zen Monastery – Linh Phong Zen Monastery (also known as the Northern Pagoda) is a quintessential recreation of Buddhist architecture and totally constructed out of Erythrophleum fordii timber. In its compound resides statues of the Buddha, great halls, gardens, and 18 Alahats standing in two left and right rows.
Linh Phong Stupa – This nine-story structure is specifically designed for meditation. Dozens of white marble figures of Sakyamuni Buddha face the four directions on the word are guarded by the Four Great Heavenly Generals. Four bronze bells are hung at each of the four corners on every story to symbolize the sacred echoes of a religious landmark.
Linh Tu Pagoda of the Holy Mountain Mother – Meeting at the convergence of heaven and the earth, yin and yang, Linh Tu Pagoda of the Holy Mountain Mother is dedicated to the Holy Mountain Mother who grants patronage to Ba Na. In addition to climbing the highest point of Danang (1,487m), pilgrims are said to be drenched in inner peace and rid themselves of worldly greed and fear.
Linh Ung Pagoda – Nestled in a sacred and tranquil location, this pagoda is located 1,500m above sea level. Just before you reach the pagoda, be sure to marvel at the majestic three-needle pine, an endangered species in Vietnam. Alongside Linh Ung Pagoda of the Marble Mountains and Linh Ung Pagoda on But Beach of Son Tra Peninsula, these three pagodas form a triangle that protects and surrounds Danang City.
French Village – The French Village is a unique cluster of French history’s classical and romantic eras. Feel as if you’ve jumped in a time machine to visit France’s sophistication and elegant life at the town square, cathedral town, village, and inn.
Le Jardin D’Amour Gardens – Also called ‘The Garden of Love,’ this space features nine different gardens based on nine amusing stories. Each garden has its own distinct architecture, but they all fit together in harmony.
Golden Bridge – Voted by TIME magazine as one of the “Top 10 best destinations of the world 2018” and admired by The Guardian as “The world’s most impressive pedestrians’ bridge”, this is a must see destination. The bridge rests on two enormous stone hands that seem to be lifting it toward the heavens. Take in the surrounding scenery from 1,414m while you travel between the French Village, Le Jardin D’Amour, and the foot of the Holy Mother Mountain.
Debay Wine Cellar – Old Debay Wine Cellar was a peculiar hallmark constructed by French colonists that involved a deep tunnel through Ba Na Mountain in 1923. The wine cellar runs 100m deep and is always kept at an ideal temperature between 16 and 20 degrees celsius. Travelers are allowed to catch a glimpse of the past in this quintessentially French wine cellar.
Brasserie Restaurant – A cozy and relaxing restaurant, Brasserie specializes in signature Italian delicacies, including pizza, pasta, or spaghetti and best-loved Korean barbecue dishes!
Beer Plaza – Restaurant in the shape of a giant beer barrel! The top portion of the ‘barrel’ is wholly lined with windows to take in the gorgeous views of the French Village.
Doumer Restaurant – A romantic and private spot to enjoy the Le Jardin D’Amour gardens with an elegant meal.
Arapang Restaurant – Buffet – Large buffet covering everything from salads to cakes to traditional Vietnamese cuisine.
KavKaz Vista Restaurant – A Russian culinary experience with a glamorous interior.
Kavkaz Baku Restaurant – An open and airy restaurant in which you can enjoy the festival-like atmosphere.
Kavkaz Restaurant – An outdoor barbeque restaurant with authentic Russian chefs.
Le Louvre Restaurant – A Chinese buffet restaurant with dishes prepared by authentic Chinese chefs.
La Lavande Restaurant – Not your typical buffet restaurant! An elegant local with exquisite dishes from around the world.
La Crique&Café Postal Restaurant – Designed to resemble an art gallery, this is the place for a refined dining experience.
Morin Restaurant – A high-class experience with spectacular views of the mountains and surrounding city.
Mercure Ba Na Hills – Located in the French Village and Governed by Accor Hotels, a 4-star hospitality chain, this hotel has all the beauty and charm of 19th century France. With 494 suites and elegant furnishings, you are sure to have a comfortable stay. In addition to all the other perks of being located in the French Village section of the park, there is also a spa, gym, indoor pool, bar, and retail kiosks.
All these amenities, paired with the breathtaking mountain views, will make you want to return again and again. This park has so much to do and see, so why not stay right in the middle? Staying here makes for a convenient and very luxurious choice!
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Address: An Son Village, Hoa Ninh Commune, Hoa Vang Dist., Danang, Vietnam
Address: Tuyến cáp treo lên Bà Nà Hills, Hoà Ninh, Hòa Vang, Đà Nẵng, Vietnam
Phone: + 84 (0) 905 766 777
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 7am to 10pm