The journey by train from Ninh Hoa to Hanoi is scheduled to take from 27 to 30 hours depending upon which train service you use.
Train Times from Ninh Hoa to Hanoi
There are currently 2 trains a day from Ninh Hoa to Hanoi.
|SE6||00:58||04:17 +1 day|
|SE8||14:30||19:12 +1 day|
- The fastest train service from Ninh Hoa to Hanoi is Train #SE6 departing at 00:58 and arriving in Hanoi 27 hours 19 minutes later at 04:17 the following day.
- The slowest train service from Ninh Hoa to Hanoi is Train #SE8 departing at 14:30 and scheduled to arrive in Hanoi 29 hours 42 minutes later at 19:12.
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Location of Ninh Hoa Railway Station
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About Travel to Hanoi
The most popular area of Hanoi for foreign visitors is Hoan Kiem, also known as the Old Quarter. The Old Quarter is a cluster of narrow streets located about 2 km walking distance to the North East of Hanoi Railway Station. This part of Hanoi is full of hotels, restaurants and bars which cater primarily to foreign visitors, and the location of a monthly full moon street party. As well as armospheric streets and good facilities, the Old Quarter has 3 significant tourist attractions:
- Hoan Kiem Lake: This city centre lake is associated with several important legends and plays an important part in Vietnamese folklore. The lake has two small islands. Ngoc Son Temple is located on the larger of these two islands and is accessible via the distinctive red coloured Huc Bridge. The iconic Turtle Tower, which is not open to visitors, is located on the smaller island.
- Bach Ma Temple: Believed to have been established at the beginning of the 11th Century at the same time as the founding of the city of Hanoi, the Bach Ma Temple is often referred to as the oldest temple in Hanoi. The Bach Ma Temple is dedicated to both Taoist deities and gods of Vietnamese folk religion. Precisely who the small statues in many of the shrines represent is a matter of ongoing debate.
- St Joseph’s Cathedral: Completed in 1886, St Joseph’s Cathedral is the oldest church in Hanoi. Built by the French colonial government this impressive cathedral share some architectural features with the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris.
To the East of Hoan Kiem around Ba Dinh Square is another cluster of Hanoi’s more famous buildings including:
- The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
- The Presidential Palace
- The Vietnamese parliament building
- The One Pillar Pagoda
It’s a 2.5 km walk from the Old Quarter to Ba Dinh Square. On the way you pass by the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long which is also worth visiting.