Train travel from Dong Hoi to Nha Trang

To travel by train from Nhat Le beach and the Phong Nha caves to Nha Trang, you should first travel to Dong Hoi Railway Station and get one of the 5 daily fast trains that run from Dong Hoi to Nha Trang.


Train Times: Dong Hoi to Nha Trang


  • The fastest train service from Dong Hoi to Nha Trang is Train #SE1 which departs from Dong Hoi at 08:04 and is scheduled to arrive in Nha Trang 14 hours 22 minutes later at 22:26.
Train Dong Hoi Nha Trang
SE9 01:36 18:19
SE3 05:35 21:12
SE1 08:04 22:26
SE7 16:34 08:39
SE5 19:30 10:51

  • The slowest of the train services from Dong Hoi to Nha Trang is Train #SE9 departing at 01:36 and arriving in Nha Trang at 18:19, a journey time of 16 hours 43 minutes.

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Places to visit in Nha Trang


Nha Trang is a beach resort town popular with Vietnamese tourists and Russian families on package holidays. The main reason for its popularity is the 6 km stretch of white sand beach (Tran Phu Beach) which is located in the city centre. Nha Trang has a lively town centre, a pleasant atmosphere, and overall Nha Trang is great value for money. Children will also enjoy Vinpearl Land, which is an amusement park on an island connected to the mainland by a cable car. 

Po Nagar Temple in Nha Trang

Po Nagar Temple in Nha Trang

Beside the beach and the amusement park, Nha Trang also has three places of cultural importance which will appeal to independent travellers touring Vietnam:

  • Po Nagar Temple: Built in stages from 817 through to the 17th Century, Po Nagar Temple is probably the best surviving example of the architecture of the Cham civilisation which was the predominant ethnic group in the region from the 6th to 15th Century. Po Nagar is principally a Hindi temple although it also has statues and symbols relating to other religions, particularly Buddhism. 
  • Long Son Pagoda: Located very near Nha Trang Railway Station, Long Son Pagoda is a Buddhist temple with large Buddha statue on top of a hill, with stunning views over Nha Trang. There are lots of interesting statues on the hillside leading up to the temple, and a fantastic vegetarian restaurant run by the monks near to the main entrance to Long Son Pagoda.
  • Dam Market: Opened in 1974, Dam Market is located in and around several large concrete buildings, the architecture of which is similar to 1950s era Soviet buildings in Moscow. Clothes, food and other household items are sold at Dam Market. Dam Market is not a tourist market, but rather a confused grouping together of independent vendors in a single badly designed public space which is falling apart through neglect. 

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