Trains from Ha Tinh to Binh Thuan

By train the journey from Ha Tinh to Binh Thuan is scheduled to take from 23 to 26 hours depending upon which train service you use.

Train Times from Ha Tinh to Binh Thuan


There are currently 5 trains a day from Ha Tinh to Binh Thuan.

TrainHa TinhBinh Thuan
SE104:0903:06
SE1106:1107:26 + 1 day
SE713:4613:56 + 1 day
SE921:1022:28 + 1 day
SE523:3201:14 + 1 day
  • The fastest train service from Ha Tinh to Binh Thuan is Train #SE1 which departs from Ha Tinh at 04:09 and is scheduled to arrive in Binh Thuan 22 hours 57 minutes later at 03:06.

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Location of Ha Tinh Train Station


The closest mainline train station to Ha Tinh is Huong Pho Railway Station.

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Location of Binh Thuan Train Station


Google Map of Binh Thuan Railway Station

About Travel to Binh Thuan


Binh Thuan is a popular part of Southern Vietnam. The main attraction is the long stretch of coastline running eastward from the provincial capital Phan Thiet. The area has good facilities for tourists, some unique attractions, and a laid back atmosphere.

Phan Thiet City

The province’s mainline railway station, Binh Thuan Railway station, is located an inconvenient 12 km to the north of Phan Thiet City. Phan Thiet City is a travel hub for onward bus services in the province, it’s also a large city with around 300,000 residents and plenty of tourist friendly hotels and restaurants. Phan Thiet has it own beaches, but most visitors choose to stay close to one of the better beaches to the east of the city.

Po Shanu Cham Towers

Just to the east of Phan Thiet City is Binh Thuan’s most important cultural attraction, the Po Shanu Cham Towers. The Po Shanu Cham Towers were built in the 9th Century as part of a Hindu Temple by the Cham people, who once ruled most of Southern Vietnam. The Po Shanu Cham Towers are one of a small number of intact buildings in Vietnam constructed during the era of the Cham Kingdom.

People walking along Fairy Stream in Binh Thuan Province
People walking along Fairy Stream in Binh Thuan Province
Mui Ne

The term ‘Mui Ne’ is often to used to refer to the whole length of the coastline running 20 km east from Phan Thiet, however, Mui Ne is actually the name a small fishing village with a population of about 20,000. Mui Ne Village has a fishing harbour with an adjacent market, its own good beach and lots of coastal seafood restaurants. It’s an interesting and pleasant place to visit.

Ham Tien

Between Phan Thiet City and Mui Ne Village is Ham Tien. Ham Tien is one of the busiest tourist centres in Binh Thuan Province. Ham Tien is located on the 10 km long Rang Beach. At the certain times of the year it get very windy on Rang Beach making it one of the top spots in the world for wind surfing and kite surfing. Lots of water sports enthusiasts come to Ham Tien for this reason.

Sand Dunes

An unexpected attraction in Binh Thuan are its two clusters of large inland sand dunes. One of the clusters is the Red Dunes, which are located just to the north of Mui Ne Village. The other cluster, the White Dune, is located 27 km further north east along the coastal road from Mui Ne Village. Both sets of dunes cover a large area and popular activities include sledging down the sand dunes on plastic trays. The scenery in both areas is great, and there are a variety of plants, insects, animals, birds and reptiles to see living in the dunes.

Fairy Stream

Located 20 km easy by road from Phan Thiet City, Fairy Stream is a walking trail through a gorge. The total length of the walk is about 1.5 km from end to end. For most of the walk you will be ankle deep in water, and many visitors choose to walk it barefoot as the sand on the floor of the stream is soft. The gorge itself is composed largely of two types of sand, white and red, and the colours are very vivid.

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