Trains from Nam Dinh to Nha Trang

By train the journey from Nam Dinh to Nha Trang is scheduled to take from 24 to 28 hours depending upon which train you take, as some trains are faster than others.

Train Times from Nam Dinh to Nha Trang

There are currently 6 train services a day from Nam Dinh to Nha Trang.

TrainNam DinhNha Trang
SE707:5109:46 + 1 day
SE914:4617:48 + 1 day
SE517:1120:05 + 1 day
SE320:5921:32 + 1 day
SE122:3522:35 + 1 day
SE1123:0102:32 + 1 day
  • The fastest train service from Nam Dinh to Nha Trang is Train #SE1 which departs from Nam Dinh at 22:35 and is scheduled to arrive in Nha Trang 24 hours 00 minutes later on the following day at 22:35.

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Location of Nha Trang Train Station

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About Travel to Nha Trang

With slightly over 500,000 permanent residents Nha Trang is relatively small city in comparison to other urban centres in Vietnam, it is however very lively because of the large number of holiday makers it attracts during the tourist season.

Tran Phu Beach

The major appeal of Nha Trang, for the majority of visitors, is the 6 km long Tran Phu beach that run through the centre of the city. This white sand beach is lined with lively restaurants and bars which are busy both day and night. The centre of the city, where the majority of the hotels catering to foreign visitors are located, has a good range of restaurants serving both Vietnamese and International cuisine. In short, Nha Trang is a classic beach resort town with good amenities.

Po Nagar Temple in Nha Trang
Po Nagar Temple in Nha Trang
Po Nagar Temple

What Nha Trang is less well known for is its cultural attractions. The principal of these being Po Nagar Temple, which is one of Vietnam’s most interesting historical sites. Po Nagar Temple was built by people of the Cham civilisation in phases between the 9th and 17th Centuries. The Cham ruled large parts of South East asia, including Southern Vietnam, at the height of their power in the 10th and 11th Centuries before being displaced by the ascendant Viet and Khmer civilisations.

Po Nagar Temple is often referred to as the best surviving example of Cham architecture. The temple complex is remarkably well preserved given its age. It also occupies a scenic location overlooking the mouth of the Cai River. If Nha Trang’s charms as a busy tourist destination aren’t appealing to you then you should definitely considering visiting, even if just briefly, to see Po Nagar Temple.

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