The journey by train from Dong Hoi to Ninh Binh is scheduled to take from 8 to 10 hours depending upon which train service you take.
Train Times from Dong Hoi to Ninh Binh
- The fastest train service from Dong Hoi to Ninh Binh is Train #SE4 which departs from Dong Hoi at 21:15 and is scheduled to arrive in Ninh Binh 8 hours 24 minutes later at 05:39.
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- The slowest of the train services from Dong Hoi to Ninh Binh is Train #SE6 departing at 17:10 and arriving in Ninh Binh at 02:49, a journey time of 9 hours 39 minutes.
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Location of Dong Hoi Railway Station
Location of Ninh Binh Railway Station
About Travel to Ninh Binh
Ninh Binh City is, for most foreign visitors, little more than a transport hub for visiting the many attractions in Ninh Binh Province. There are lots of places of great beauty to visit in Ninh Binh Province and it’s very popular with both foreign and domestic tourists, indeed so popular that many visitors consider it overdeveloped which detracts from the charm of what the province has on offer. The main attraction for tourists to Ninh Binh Province is the Tràng An Scenic Landscape Complex. The Tràng An Scenic Landscape Complex is a 62 square kilometre national park that has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status. The park features a landscape of steep sided karst hills rising between flat rice fields with slow moving waterways meandering through the fields into caves running under the hills. Of particular note within the Tràng An Scenic Landscape Complex are the Tam Cốc Bích Động valley and Trang An Grottoes where visitors can take boat rides through partially submerged caves during the dry season. The Tràng An Scenic Landscape Complex was also used as a backdrop for filming Kong: Skull Island, and since the release of the film a popular excursion is to take a boat trip to various filming locations.
Ninh Binh Province also has some spectacular religious sites. The largest of these being Bai Dinh Pagoda, which is a temple complex covering an area of 700 hectares. There are multiple buildings at this Buddhist temple and over 500 intricate statues of the Lord Buddha. Also worth visiting is Phat Diem Cathedral, which is a late 19th Century Catholic cathedral constructed with a unique and visually impressive blend of European and Vietnamese architectural styles.