By train the journey from Dong Hoi to Binh Thuan is scheduled to take from 19 to 24 hours depending upon which train service you use. Binh Thuan is the closest mainline railway station to Mui Ne.
Train Times from Dong Hoi to Binh Thuan
There are currently 5 trains a day from Dong Hoi to Binh Thuan.
|Train||Dong Hoi||Binh Thuan|
|SE11||03:14||03:27 + 1 day|
- The fastest train service from Dong Hoi to Binh Thuan is Train #SE1 which departs from Dong Hoi at 08:11 and is scheduled to arrive in Binh Thuan 18 hours 49 minutes later at 03:00 the next day.
- The slowest of the train services from Dong Hoi to Binh Thuan is Train #SE11 departing at 03:14 and arriving in Binh Thuan at 03:27 the next day, a journey time of 24 hours 13 minutes.
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Location of Dong Hoi Railway Station
Location of Binh Thuan Raiway Station
About travel to Mui Ne
Binh Thuan Railway Station is located 12 km by road from the provincial capital Phan Thiet. Phan Thiet is a relatively small city with around 300,000 permanent residents. Phan Thiet is not a major tourist destination, although there some beaches to the south of the city, and an interesting historical attraction, the Poshanu Cham Towers, located to the east of the city centre. Most domestic and foreign tourists who come to Phan Thiet are on route to or from the stretch of coastline running 20 km to the east of the city to the village of Mui Ne.
Mui Ne is a pleasant fishing village with around 25,000 permanent residents and a picturesque small port featuring lots of waterfront seafood restaurants. The name ‘Mui Ne’ is, however, also used to refer to whole of the coastal area running eastwards back towards to Phan Thiet. This part of the coast has fantastic beaches and it’s also very windy, making the area good for wind surfing and kite surfing at certain times of the year. The most popular part of the coast is the 10 km Rang Beach, and in particular the part of the beach around the village of Ham Tien. This area has a very developed tourist industry attracting water sports enthuisasts from all over the world and package tourists, particularly from Russia.