The train journey from Nam Dinh to Hanoi takes less than 2 hours and there are 4 different trains which you can book online for the journey, departing from very early in the morning until the last train of the day in the late afternoon.
Train Times from Nam Dinh to Hanoi
- The fastest train service from Nam Dinh to Hanoi is Train #SE2 which departs from Nam Dinh at 03:53 and is scheduled to arrive in Hanoi 1 hour 37 minutes later at 05:30.
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Location of Nam Dinh Train Station
Location of Hanoi Train Station
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Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Hanoi
The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is located a short distance to the north west of Hanoi’s Old Quarter on Ba Dinh Square and near to other notable Hanoi landmarks such as the Vietnam Parliament, the Presidential Palace and the One Pillar Pagoda. The mausoleum is open to visit from 07:30 to 10:30 on Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays and from 07:30 to 11:00 at the weekends. Admission is free but visitors must cover their legs and shoulders, and not talk or take photographs inside the tomb.
The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum was completed in 1975, 6 years after the death of Ho Chi Minh. The tomb is modelled on Lenin’s tomb in Moscow and body of Ho Chi Minh, which is displayed in a glass cabinet inside the tomb, is sent to Russia every year for the same preservation work that keeps Lenin’s body in a condition where it can still be displayed. Even if you you can’t get inside the tomb it is worth visiting Ba Dinh Square to see the building from the outside as it’s a grand and unusual structure which is 41.2 metres wide and 21.6 metres tall. The mausoleum is constructed out of grey granite with thick columns supporting the roof on all sides. The building has more than a passing resemblance to the Parthenon in Athens and looks like a tomb fit for a king or emperor. Ho Chi Minh himself, however, left instructions for his body to be cremated and his ashes scattered across Vietnam in keeping with beliefs about foregoing personal wealth.