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.

Railway Stations in Phu Tho

1. Viet Tri station Add.: Ben Got ward, Viet Tri city, Phu Tho province Tel.: (84-210) 862 530 2. Phu Duc station Add.: Van Co ward, Viet Tri city, Phu Tho province Tel.: (84-210) 848 081 3. Tien Kien station Add.: Tien Kien commune, Lam Thao district, Phu Tho province Tel.:...

Getting there and away in Thai Nguyen

Thai Nguyen is accessible by road, rail and river way. National Highway 3 stretches 85 km from the south to north of the province. From Thai Nguyen, National Highway 1B runs to Lang Son, National Highway leads to Bac Giang, and National Highway 24 goes to the provinces of Thai Nguyen and Tuyen Quang...

Transportation in Dien Bien city

1. Airport system:   Dien Bien Phu Airport Add: Street 5, Thanh Binh Ward, Dien Bien Phu City, Dien Bien Province. Tel: 023.827473 Daily flights: 1-3 Vietnam Airline Sale Agent Add: Street 5, Thanh Binh Ward, Dien Bien Phu City, Dien Bien Province. Tel: 023.825536   2. Dien...

Getting around Lang Son

There are plenty of Xe Om (motorbike taxis) around the post office and the market. On Tran Dang Ninh street you will see mini-buses looking for passengers who are heading to the border at Dong Dang.

Transport in Cao Bang

Cao Bang is accessible by road being 272 kilometres from Ha Noi, 85 kilometres from Ban Gioc Waterfall. There are direct buses from Ha Noi, Thai Nguyen and Lang Son

Transport in Lang Son

Lang Son city, the capital, is some 20 kilometres from the actual border point -  Huu Nghi Border Gate - is 3 kilometres from Dong Dang! Motorcycles (xe om) will willing take you over this last three kilometres. Ha Noi is 154 kilometres to the south. Lang Son is accessible to both road...

Taxi in Ho Chi Minh city

Metered taxis cruise the streets, but it's often  easier to phone  for one . Several companies in HCMC offer metered taxis and charge almost exactly the same rates. The flagfall is around 14,000d for the first kilometre. Most rides in the city centre cost less than 30,000d. The...

To/From the airport in Ho Chi Minh city

Tan Son Nhat Airport was one of the three busiest in the world in the late 1960s. The runways are still lined with lichen-covered, mortar-proof aircraft-retaining walls, hangars and other military structures. You must reconfirm all reservations for flights out of the country. Nearly all domestic...

Car and motorbike in Nha Trang

Road distances from Nha Trang are: 205 km to Buon Ma Thuot, 541 km to Danang, 448 km to HCMC, 104km to Phan Rang, 424 km to Pleiku, 412 km to Quang Ngai and 238 km to Quy Nhon. A series of roughly parallel roads heads inland from near Nha Trang, linking Vietnam's deltas and coastal regions with...