Banks & ATM Locator

Banks and ATM Finder

Find the nearest bank or ATM in Danang using the banks and ATM finder below

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Nearest Bank

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Credit and Debit Cards

Credit and debit cards are increasingly being accepted such as Visa, Master Card and JCB, and businesses usually add 3% commission. However, it should be remembered that Vietnam is on the whole still a cash-based economy.

Traveller’s Cheques
Traveler’s cheques can only be exchanged at authorised banks so it’s advisable to either bring some Vietnamese Dong from your home country or use an ATM. You can cash traveler’s cheques at any SacomBank for a 2% fee (225 Ong Ich Khiem, 349 Phan Chu Trinh, So 171 Đong Da)

Currency Exchange
US dollars are widely accepted however vendors prefer them to be clean and crisp. The downside to paying in USD is that the vendor chooses the exchange rate and rounds up to the nearest dollar so it becomes more expensive.

It is advisable to change your money at the airport or banks which offer competitive rates and free Wi-Fi to check the exchange rates. Street exchangers should be avoided as this is likely to be a scam.

Western Union
Western Union system cooperates with most banks in Da Nang. If you want to receive money from Western Union, go to any large bank during 8am – 11am and 1:30pm – 4:30pm Monday to Friday. However, it is impossible to send money out of Vietnam while on a tourist visa.