By train the journey from Hanoi to Binh Thuan is scheduled to take from 28 to 35 hours depending upon which train service you take.
Train Times from Hanoi to Binh Thuan
There are currently 6 trains a day from Hanoi to Binh Thuan.
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|16:49 + 1 day
|15:08 + 1 day
|00:23 + 1 day
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|02:42 + 1 day
- The fastest train service from Hanoi to Binh Thuan is Train #SE1 which departs from Hanoi at 22:15 and is scheduled to arrive in Binh Thuan 28 hours 27 minutes later at 02:42.
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Location of Binh Thuan Train Station
About Travel to Binh Thuan
Binh Thuan Railway Station is inconveniently located 12 km by road inland from Phan Thiet, which is the largest city in Binh Thuan Province. For onward travel from Binh Thuan Railway Station you need to travel to Phan Thiet town for local public transport connections. Travel by taxi from Binh Thuan Railway Station to Phan Thiet is the simplest option, however, there are very cheap local bus services available for those travellers looking to save money.
Phan Thiet is a sizeable city with other 300,000 permanent residents and a good range of amenities such as hotels, shops and restaurants. There is a beach on the Southern edge of the city but it’s not as good as the beaches to the East of Phan Thiet, and for this reason not so many holiday makers choose to spend more than a single night in Phan Thiet, and many simply pass through without stopping. One thing worth stopping in Phan Thiet for is to visit the 9th Century 9th Century Cham Towers in the North Eastern part of the city.
The major attraction in Binh Thuan Province is the 20 km stretch of coastline that runs East from Phan Thiet to the small fishing village of Mui Ne. This stretch of coastline has several beaches, and the coastal road to Mui Ne, Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, is lined with bars, restaurants and hotels. The most popular area is section of the 10 km long Rang Beach near the village of Ham Tien.
The whole stretch of coastline is often referred to Mui Ne, not just the village at the far end of this popular tourist area. The reason for the popularity of this part of Vietnam is the beaches themselves, which are amongst the most beautiful in Vietnam. They are also some of the most windy beaches in Vietnam, and the area is renowned for being one of the best places in Asia for wind surfing and kite surfing. Kite surfing enthusiasts in particular turn up every year in large numbers during the kite surfing season and many local businesses are focused on catering for people who come to take part in water sport activities. There are also plenty of kite surfing schools with courses for beginners and equipment to rent.