Transportation in Vietnam

All information on transportation in Vietnam show you the way to travel in Vietnam, how to manage with Vietnam transportation which surely makes your travels and stays here easier like local residents.

Transport in Bac Giang

Bac Giang is 51 kilometres from Ha Noi. It can be reached by road or rail. Transport - Rail Transport - Road The Bac Giang Bus Station

Cyclo in Ho Chi Minh city

You can hail a cyclo along major thoroughfares almost any time of the day or night. In HCMC, many of the drivers are former South Vietnamese army soldiers and quite a few know at least basic English, while others are quite fluent. Each driver has a story of war, 're-education', persecution and...

Bus in Ho Chi Minh city

Intercity buses depart from and arrive at a variety of stations around HCMC. Cholon bus station (Add: Le Quang Sung str.) is the most convenient place to get buses to My Tho and other Mekong Delta towns. It's one street north of the sprawling Binh Tay Market. Less convenient than Cholon, Mien Tay...

Train in Nha Trang

Hotel and travellers cafes all book train tickets, and it's worth paying the small commission to use these booking services. The Nha Trang train station (tel: 822 113; Add: opposite 26 Thai Nguyen street, ticket office from 7am to 2pm) is overlooked by the nearby cathedral. Nha Trang is well...

Bus in Nha Trang

Express and regular buses depart from Mien Dong bus station in HCMC to Nha Trang. The express bus trip takes 11 to 12 hours and costs around US$7. Lien Tinh bus station (tel: 822 192; Add: 23 thang 10 street) is Nha Trang's main intercity bus terminal, and is 500m west of the train station. The...

To/From the airport in Nha Trang

The airport is on the southern side of town and is so close to many of the hotels that you can actually walk. Cyclos can get you to the airport for about US$1. They're good for around town, but limit your cyclo riding to the daytime. Nha Trang Taxi (tel: 824 000) and Khanh Hoa Taxi (tel: 810...

Xe Lam in Ho Chi Minh city

Tiny three - wheeled vehicles, xe lam (other - wise known as Lambrettas) connect the various bus stations. There is a useful xe lam stop on the northwest corner of Pham Ngu Lao street and Nguyen Thai Hoc street, where you can catch a ride to the Mien Tay bus station for the Mekong Delta.  

Train in Hanoi

The main Hanoi train station (Ga Hang Co; Tel: 825 3949; Add: 120 Le Duan street; ticket office 7.30am-12.30pm & 1.30-7.30pm) is at the western end of Pho Tran Hung Dao; trains from here go to destinations south, Foreigners can buy tickets for southbound trains at counter 2, where the staff...

Bus in Hanoi

There are 31 public bus lines in Hanoi. Figuring out exactly where the buses go can be a challenge, and service on some of the lines is infrequent. Still, when it comes to economy, only walking is cheaper. Bus fares are typical 3000d or so, depending on the route. A long - awaited city bus-route...

To/ From the Airport in Hanoi

Hanoi's Noi Bai International Airport is about 35km north of the city and the journey takes from 45 minutes to an hour. The airport freeway is one of the most modern roads in Vietnam, although you'll see oxen herded by farmers dressed in rags crossing it. The freeway suddenly terminates in the...