By train the journey from Tam Ky to Hue is scheduled to take from 4 hours to over 5 hours depending upon which train you take and any delays.
Train Times from Tam Ky to Hue
There are 5 direct trains a day from Tam Ky to Hue.
- The fastest train is Train #SE2 departing from Tam Ky at 12:25 and scheduled to arrive 4 hours 03 minutes later at 16:28.
- The slowest train is Train #SE30 which departs at 08:38 is scheduled to arrive in Hue 5 hours 20 minutes later at 13:58.
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Location of Tam Ky Railway Station
Location of Hue Railway Station
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About Travel to Hue
From Hue Railway Station it’s an easy 2 km walk along the Perfume River to the top end of the Hung Vuong Road around which most of the hotels, bars and restaurants popular with foreign tourists are located. Alternatively if walking is an issue there are normally of plenty taxis which wait outside the station whenever a train arrives to take you to your hotel. We recommend staying for two full days in Hue, which means three nights in a hotel or perhaps two nights in a hotel and a third night on an overnight train to your next destination. The reason you need two full days in Hue is that there is a lot there worth seeing. The main attraction is the massive Imperial Citadel on the northern bank of the Perfume River. This vast former royal palace was the centre of power for the last Imperial Dynasty of Vietnam from 1804 to 1945. A lot of what was originally in this 10 square kilometre walled city was destroyed in 1968 during the Battle of Hue. However, enough of the original buildings survived to form a good starting point for a painstaking decades long reconstruction project which has recreated enough of the original palace to hold the interest of visitors for several hours. A trip to the Imperial Citadel should also be combined with a walk around some of the surrounding streets, such as Bach Dang Street, which feature centuries old buildings and temples incongruously side by side with shops, homes and restaurants.
For your second full day in Hue we recommend that you procure the services of taxi or motorbike taxi to take you the notable sites on the edges of the city. Hue has some fascinated and highly elaborated Imperial Tombs, amongst the best of which is the Tomb of Emperor Khai Dinh, located 7 km to the south of the city centre. The other major attraction in Hue is the Pagoda of the Celestial Lady, known locally as Thien Mu. This seven storey pagoda is picturesquely located on the banks of the Perfume River. The pagoda is linked to a number of significant legends and important events in Vietnamese history and it is worth spending some time exploring the grounds of the pagoda to read the information signs and see the museum style displays.