By train the journey from Tam Ky to Hanoi is scheduled to take from just under 19 hours to 21 hours depending upon which train you take. Some trains are faster than others.
Train Times from Tam Ky to Hanoi
There are 3 direct trains a day from Tam Ky to Hanoi.
- The fastest train is Train #SE4 departing from Tam Ky at 11:07 and scheduled to arrive 18 hours 43 minutes later at 05:50.
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Location of Tam Ky Railway Station
Location of Hanoi Railway Station
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About Travel to Hanoi
Hanoi is Vietnam’s second largest city, with a metropolitan population of around 4 million permanent residents, and also the most visited destination in Vietnam. According to the city’s tourism department, in 2019 Hanoi received 7.02 million foreign visitors. Another notable statistic the city’s tourism department reported was the daily spending by foreign tourists in Hanoi, estimated at the equivalent of $119.8 USD, was significant less than in other major South East Asian cities such as Bangkok ($173 USD) and Singapore ($286 USD). Everything from hotels to taxis, and particularly food and alcoholic drinks, is great value for money in Hanoi which is important to independent travellers looking to make their funds stretch across journeys of several months through this exciting region.
As well as being one of the world’s best value destinations, Hanoi also offers high quality accommodation, food and tourist attractions. Hanoi is a very old city. Some of the structures in the city are believed to be a 1,000 years old. The city centre has some great historical buildings such as the Bach Ma Temple, the Temple of Literature and the One Pillar Pagoda. In addition to these traditional Vietnamese buildings, the era of French Colonial Rule left behind some impressive European style buildings such as Hanoi Opera House and the Presidential Palace. The focal point for tourism in Hanoi is its picturesque Old Quarter with its narrow streets and grand French influenced town houses. The Old Quarter has a high concentration of hotels and restaurants focused on catering for foreign visitors, and plenty of smaller street stalls selling traditional Vietnamese foods and other products.