By train the journey from Bien Hoa to Ninh Binh is scheduled to take from 32 to 34 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Bien Hoa to Ninh Binh
There are currently 4 direct train services a day from Bien Hoa to Ninh Binh.
|Train||Bien Hoa||Ninh Binh|
|SE8||06:46||16:26 + 1 day|
|SE6||16:11||02:10 + 1 day|
|SE4||19:46||03:27 + 1 day|
|SE2||21:36||05:50 + 1 day|
- The fastest train from Bien Hoa to Ninh Binh is Train #SE4 which departs from Bien Hoa at 19:46 and is scheduled to arrive in Ninh Binh 31 hours 41 minutes later.
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Location of Bien Hoa Train Station
Location of Ninh Binh Train Station
About Travel to Ninh Binh
Ninh Binh Province is one of Vietnam’s most exciting tourist destinations and its well worth making the effort to travel there to stay a few days.
Tràng An Scenic Landscape Complex
Foremost amongst the attractions in the area is the Tràng An Scenic Landscape Complex, which has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status. This 62 square kilometre area of national park features steep karst hills rising from flat rice fields punctuated by slowly meandering rivers.
The area is often described as being a land based version of Ha Long Bay. Boat trips around the park are very popular. In particular wooden boat trips to partially submerged caves in the Tam Cốc Bích Động Valley are very popular. Also, large parts of the film Kong: Skull Island were filmed in the area and boat trips to see the filming locations have been popular ever since.
Bai Dinh Pagoda
The next most popular attraction in Ninh Binh Province is Bai Dinh Pagoda. Bai Dinh Pagoda is a temple complex in a mountainous location covering a site of over 7 square kilometres. Much of the temple complex has been built since 2003 near to a much older temple complex. The highlights of Bai Dinh Temple include a 22 metre tall bell tower, an enormous Chinese style prayer hall, a 13 storey pagoda and 500 intricately carved statues of the Lord Buddha. The configuration of the temple, which features a series of courtyards, is reminiscent of the Forbidden City in Beijing.