By train the journey from Bien Hoa to Nha Trang is scheduled to take from 6 to 9 hours depending upon which train you take as some are faster than others.
Train Times from Bien Hoa to Nha Trang
There are currently 8 direct train services a day from Bien Hoa to Nha Trang.
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- The fastest train from Bien Hoa to Nha Trang is Train #SE2 which departs from Bien Hoa at 21:54 and is scheduled to arrive 6 hours 14 minutes later at 04:08.
- The slowest train from Bien Hoa to Nha Trang is Train #SNT2 which is scheduled to complete the journey in 8 hours 58 minutes.
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About Travel to Nha Trang
Nha Trang Railway Station is located at the northern end of Nha Trang city. The area most popular with tourists is located to the south and this is where you find most of the hotels, bars and restaurants predominantly frequently by foreign tourists and to a lesser extent holiday makers from Ho Chi Minh City. The city’s main beach, Tran Phu Beach, runs 6 km through the city with the most popular part of the beach being the stretch in the centre of the city. Nha Trang Railway Station is, however, closer to the city’s three most exciting cultural attractions and for visitors wanting to tour the city’s main cultural attractions the railway station is very conveniently located.
In order of distance from Nha Trang Railway Station the three most interesting cultural attractions are:
- Long Son Pagoda (500 metres): This Buddhist temple was established at its current site in 1900. What makes it interesting are its Chinese influenced temple buildings, Buddha statues, the tallest of which is 24 metres high, and its very good vegetarian restaurant near the entrance. To reach the 24 metre high Buddha statue you need to climb 152 steps on a path takes visitors past hundreds of smaller and beautifully crafted statues of the Lord Buddha.
- Dam Market (1,400 metres): The souvenirs on sale at this market aren’t what makes it interesting but rather the main building that the stalls are located in. Dam Market was opened in 1974 at a time when Vietnam was heavily influenced by the Soviet Union. The ugly monstrosity of circular concrete built in the centre of the market is a fine example of Soviet era architecture, but in Vietnam rather than Russia.
- Po Nagar Temple (3,000 metres): This iconic temple, built in stages between the 8th and 17th centuries, is Nha Trang’s most impressive tourist attractions and also the best surviving example of the architecture of the Cham people who once ruled over Southern Vietnam. Po Nagar is generally considered to be a Hindu temple although the goddess to which the temple is dedicated, Yan Po Nagar, is not worshipped in mainstream Hinduism.