Train times & tickets – Hue to Hanoi

Hue is a popular stop over point on the train journey from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi. From Hue the remaining leg of the journey to Hanoi is a manageable 13 to 14 hours, depending upon which train you take. Few people attempt to travel the entire distance from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi in one go as the journey takes between 31 hours and 35 hours, again depending upon which train you take.

Train Times from Hue to Hanoi


  • The fastest train service from Hue to Hanoi is Train #SE2, departing at 16:35 and scheduled to arrive in Hanoi at 05:30, a journey time of 12 hours 55 minutes.
TrainHueHanoi
SE802:0915:54
SE605:0019:12
SE415:2504:48
SE216:3505:30

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About Hanoi


Hanoi is a large busy city slowly modernising as Vietnam has become increasingly more open to foreign influence and free trade. This is an interesting place to visit and a interesting time to visit. Culture and history mix seamlessly with a burgeoning of modernity it a city with a tireless energy of a young and energetic population. There are also lots of motorbikes and interesting smells, some less pleasant than others.

Temple of Literature in Hanoi
Temple of Literature in Hanoi

When you visit Hanoi here of some the things you may enjoy exploring, trying, seeing and tasting:

  • Eat Local Food: Hanoi is a great place to try Vietnamese food and Ha Noi has it own distinctive style of cooking. The most famous three dishes are pho (beef soup), bun cha (noodle soup with barbecued pork) and banh mi (baguette with pate and fried meat and vegetables).
  • Explore The Old Quarter: A warren of small streets in an area of roughly one square kilometre which in the past was surrounded on all four sides by defensive wall. This part of Hanoi is very busy and features all kinds of shops and buildings, some dating back hundreds of years.
  • Visit the Park: Hanoi residents spend a lot of time in their parks. Hoan Kiem Lake is the site of the most famous park in Hanoi, but others such as the park at Ho Tay (West Lake) are pleasant places to visit and watch the local fisherman.
  • Visit Ancient Buildings: The Temple of Literature, which dates back to 1,070 AD, is the most famous historical site in Hanoi, although the small Bach Ma Temple is thought to be the oldest in the City.
  • Go to The Museum: There are several worth visiting including the Ho Chi Minh Museum, the National Museum of Vietnamese History and the Museum of Ethnology.

Location of Hue Train Station


Location of Hanoi Train Station


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