Located at an altitude of 1487 meters, Ba Na Hills was founded in the 1920s by French colonists and is accessible by cable car. Due to its altitude, the temperature here is comfortably cool all year round. Ba Na cable car is the longest (over 5km) and highest cable car in the world, offering fantastic views of the surrounding area.
At the top of Ba Na hills is a park featuring a replica of a European castle, and a spectacular underground amusement park carved into the mountain, featuring many types of rides. Also nearby is the Linh Ung Pagoda, featuring a 27-meter tall white Buddha statue overlooking the clouds and mist of Ba Na Hills, visible for miles around.
Visitors can enjoy all four seasons in just one day at the top of the hills: The mountainous climate creates spring in the morning, summer at noon, autumn in the evening and winter at night. The sky is unusually clear at these high altitudes, providing visitors clear views of Da Nang City and Son Tra Peninsula year round.
The height of the Ba Na cable car makes the ride a truly amazing trip over the mountainous jungle.
France is famous for the works of Victor Hugo, the beautiful color throughout the pictures of Leonardo Da Vinci, the sound of love song. Vietnam has currently been “touch” France right on the homeland so as to fall in the charm of the ancient houses in the center of France village at Ba Na Hills.
French Village is designed the European style by the French master architect. It features the roof adjacent spiers lying on the blue sky that was thought as lost in the fairy world.
French Village is organized in accordance with the model of an ancient village in France – the countries characterized for romantic architecture with churches, fountains, squares, pedestrian street corners, resulting in many travelers guests wandering that they was walking within Europe. You could also see the sunset rippling on the walls of ancient dark.
Moreover, guests have an opportunity to admire the beauty of the cathedral characterized the Gothique architecture.