The journey by train from Vinh to Nha Trang is scheduled to take 18 to 20 hours depending upon which train which you take. For a more pleasant journey consider taking one of the trains that departs after midday and book a 1st Class sleeper berth so that you can get some sleep and arrive the following day in the morning or early afternoon.
Train Times from Vinh to Nha Trang
The fastest train service from Vinh to Nha Trang is Train #SE1 departing from Vinh at 03:50 and scheduled to arrive in Nha Trang 18 hours 31 minutes later at 22:21.
The slowest of the train services from Vinh to Nha Trang is Train #SE9 departing at 20:46 which is scheduled to complete the journey in 22 hours 09 minutes.
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Nha Trang is a coastal city with around 400,000 permanent resident located towards the south of Vietnam’s central region. Nha Trang is a popular beach resort with Vietnamese tourists and European visitors, particularly Russian holiday makers who came direct to the city by charter flights during the holiday season. The main draw for visitors to Nha Trang is the 6 km Tran Phu Beach which is located right on the city centre. Because of the popularity of the city with tourists there is no shortage of bars, restaurants and hotels which cater to the needs of foreign visitors and family groups. Away from the very centre of the city, which is where most of the tourists stay, you can find some very good value hotels not far from the sea.
Nha Trang town centre
As well as the beach, and the amusement park on an island near near the beach, Nha Trang has some major cultural attractions which will appeal to independent travellers touring Vietnam:
Po Nagar Temple: Established in the 8th Century, Po Nagar Temple is perhaps the best remaining example of architecture from the Cham civilisation which ruled much of South East Asia from the 6th to 15th Centuries. Po Nagar is very well preserved and a good reason to visit Nha Trang in its own right even if the tourist oriented town does not appeal to you.
Dam Market: Located in the city centre, Dam Market is housed within a Soviet style concrete buildings dating back to the early period of unified Vietnam’s history. From a cultural and historical perspective it’s one of the most interesting markets to visit in South East Asia.
Long Son Pagoda: Located near the train station, Long Son Pagoda features a large hill top statue and great views over the city and coastline. The rest of the temple is interesting also with a variety of buildings and statues on the site, and a fantastic vegetarian restaurant near the main entrance which is run by the monks at the temple.