Qui Nhon, also sometimes written as Quy Nhon, is an up and coming beach resort destination, which is not on the Reunification Line. To travel from Ho Chi Minh City (also known as Saigon) to Qui Nhon by train you need to first travel to Dieu Tri Railway Station. From Dieu Tri there is a branch line which runs to Qui Nhon. By train it takes a further 25 minutes to travel the 15 km from Dieu Tri Railway Station to Quy Nhon.
Train Times from Ho Chi Minh City to Dieu Tri
There are 5 direct train services a day from Ho Chi Minh City to Dieu Tri available to book online.
- The fastest train is Train #SE2 departing from Ho Chi Minh City at 21:55 and scheduled to arrive in Dieu Tri 10 hours 32 minutes later.
- The slowest train is Train #SE22 which is scheduled to complete the journey in 12 hours 32 minutes.
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Location of Saigon Train Station
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Location of Dieu Tri Railway Station
About Travel to Qui Nhon
The easiest way to get from Dieu Tri train station to Qui Nhon is to walk to the main road by the train station and take bus T22 which terminates in Qui Nhon town centre. Bus services from Dieu Tri to Qui Nohn are more frequent than train services.
Qui Nhon’s main attraction is its excellent public beach which is still relatively underdeveloped and kept very clean by the municipal authorities. This beach does not attract a lot of tourists and tends only to become busy in the early evenings when the locals take advantage of the cooler weather to spend time on the wide promenade which runs along the coastline. The restaurants in Qui Nhon are cheap and focus on Vietnamese cuisine, rather than the international cuisine you find in more developed resort such as Nha Trang. Near to Qui Nhon is the laid back village of Bai Xep which has an excellent beach and very cheap beach bungalows of the type which which common in South East Asia 20 years, but have now virtually disappeared making way for more expensive accommodation. From Qui Nhon you can also visit the Banh It Cham towers easily as a day trip. The Banh It Cham towers are remnants of the Cham people who inhabited much of Vietnam before they were displaced by the Viet people who migrated from China into what is now Vietnam.