Binh Thuan is the nearest train station on the mainline (running from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City) to Mui Ne. By train it takes 3 to 4 hours to travel from Binh Thuan to Ho Chi Minh City depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Binh Thuan to Ho Chi Minh City
There are 7 direct trains a day from Binh Thuan to Ho Chi Minh City.
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- The fastest train is Train #SE5 departing from Binh Thuan at 02:37 and scheduled to arrive 3 hours 08 minutes later at 05:45.
- The slowest train is Train #SE9 which departs at 22:32 is scheduled to arrive the next day in Ho Chi Minh City 4 hours 15 minutes later at 02:47.
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Location of Binh Thuan Station
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About Tao Dan Park in Ho Chi Minh City
Tao Dan Park is the largest green space in Ho Chi Minh City centre covering an area of over 100,000 square metres. The park first came into existence in 1812 when King Gia Long set aside part of what was to become Tao Dan Park as recreational area. The park was further developed under French rule and formally named for the first time as the Jardin de Ville. After the French lost control of the city in 1954 the name was changed to Tao Dan Park.
Tan Dan Park is a popular leisure area for local people, open every day from 07:00 to 22:00. People come to the park to exercise (there is free to use gym equipment and jogging tracks), play games and simply to hang out in a cool green space. Older people gather in the mornings at the coffee shops in the park with caged songbirds. The keeping of songbirds is cages is a popular hobby for the older generation in Vietnam and the park is the place where enthusiasts in the city come to show each other their birds and discuss bird keeping. The park also has a sculpture garden, a replica of Po Nagar temple, and a temple to the Hung Kings who ruled Vietnam from 2879 BC to 258 BC. For foreign visitors a trip to Tao Dan Park is an interesting cultural experience and a pleasant escape from the hot and frenetic city centre.