We will try to give you some more information through some Vietnam Travel News & Video before visit Vietnam.
DA NANG – The Indochina Rail Tourist Service Company plans to restore the operation of steam trains travelling between the central city of Da Nang and Hue to serve tourists.
5 Stars Train Ho Chi Minh – Thap Cham – Nha Trang – Stretch out in style and enjoy the comfortable seats and clean toilets on the nine-hour journey.
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Starting from November, train stations in Hanoi, the central city of Da Nang, and Ho Chi Minh City will feature automatic ticket gates in a bid to increase service quality of the Vietnam Railways.
Top things to know – Train travel is still a very safe mode of transportation and untired. However, you should to know some points when deciding to choose a train as a transportation:
There are some train stations you can go by train Hanoi to Hai Phong:
Hoi An (In City) is ancient town best preserved in Vietnam with the unique Cau Pagoda, old features, peace, tranquility, and simple people. The town is home to a unique architecture heritage: a complex of ancient houses kept intact affter hundreds of years. The architectural, historical and cultural values hidden in these ancient houses have made
A Glimpse of Sapa Lao Cai is mountainous border province in the North western part of Vietnam. 296km away from Hanoi by railway and 345km by road. It borders on Ha Giang to the east, on Son La and Lai Chau to the west, on Yen Bai to the south and on Yunnan, China to
The north-south train passes Thua Thien-Hue Province’s Lang Co Bay (this routes is train Hue to Da Nang or Da Nang to Hue) in central Vietnam. Photo by VnExpress Hot breakfast, black coffee and a chance to watch Vietnam’s beauty unfold right outside your window. It won’t be the most convenient or comfy train ride