Trains from Ninh Hoa to Hue

The journey by train from Ninh Hoa to Hue is scheduled to take from 12 to 13 hours depending upon which train service you use.

Train Times from Ninh Hoa to Hue


There are currently 2 trains a day from Ninh Hoa to Hue.

TrainNinh HoaHue
SE600:5813:44
SE814:3003:27
  • The fastest train service between Ninh Hoa and Hue is Train #SE6 departing at 00:58 and arriving in Hue 12 hours 46 minutes later at 13:44.
  • The slowest train service between Ninh Hoa and Hue is Train #SE8 departing at 14:30 and scheduled to arrive in Hue 12 hours 57 minutes later at 03:27.

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About Travel to Hue


Hue is one of Vietnam’s best tourist destinations in terms of both facilities for visitors and interesting places to visit. There is a siginificant cluster of hotels, restaurants and bars catering to foreign visitors 2 km to the north east of Hue Railway Station near the southern end of the magnificent Troung Tien Bridge. For those travellers with a light bag we recommend walking into the city centre from the railway station as the route follows the south bank of the Perfume River along a wide pedestrian walkway.

One of many gates at the Imperial Citadel in Hue
One of many gates at the Imperial Citadel in Hue

Hue was the capital city of Vietnam’s last Imperial Dynasty from 1802 to 1945. The city centre is dominated by a massive Imperial Citdael which is located on the northern bank of the Perfume River. The citadel covers an area of around 10 square kilometres and is open to visitors every day from 08:00 to 17:30. We recommend an overnight stay in Hue to allow an early visit to the citadel before tour groups start arriving. The streets immediately around the walls of the citadel are also worth exploring as they contain lots of very old buildings which haven’t been turned into museums or advertised as tourist attractions. Bach Dang Street, in particular, is somewhere we suggest visiting.

Other than the Imperial Citadel, and historic city centre, visitors should also visit the Pagoda of the Celestial Lady, located 4 km to the west of Hue Railway Station, and see some of the Imperial Tombs constructed on the edge of the city. The best of these tombs is the Tomb of the Emperor Khai Dinh which is built in levels ascending a hillside located 7 km by road to the south of Hue Railway Station.

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