By train the journey from Quang Ngai to Hanoi is scheduled to take from 19 to 21 hours depending upon which train you take. Sleeper berths are available to book online.
Train Times from Quang Ngai to Hanoi
There are currently 4 trains a day from Quang Ngai to Hanoi.
- The fastest train service from Quang Ngai to Hanoi is Train #SE2 which departs from Quang Ngai at 11:07 and is scheduled to arrive in Hanoi 18 hours 38 minutes later at 05:45.
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Location of Quang Ngai Railway Station
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About Travel to Hanoi
Hanoi is a tourist friendly city, particularly the Hoan Kiem district of the city, better known as simply the ‘The Old Quarter’.
Hanoi Old Quarter
The Old Quarter of Hanoi is full of hotels, restaurants and guesthouses that cater specifically to foreign visitors and for the larger part represent excellent value for money. Amongst the tightly grouped terrace houses of Old Quarter are notable tourist attractions including the Bach Ma Temple, which is reputedly the oldest temple in the city, the impressive St Joseph’s Cathedral, and the large Hoan Kiem Lake which features a temple on an island. The narrow streets of the Old Quarter are at their liveliest once a month when the full moon is celebrated with a street party that takes place on the roads of the Old Quarter, which are pedestrianised for the evening. Food vendors and temporary beer bars set up on the roads during the monthly full moon party attracting large number of tourists and locals alike.
Ba Dinh Square
Beyond the Old Quarter, the other part of Hanoi which is very popular with tourists is Ba Dinh Square. Around the outside of this large public space are many of Hanoi’s most iconic buildings including the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, the Presidential Palace, the Vietnam Parliament Building and the One Pillar Pagoda.
Temple of Literature
Also worth visiting is the Temple of Literature, which is located between the Old Quarter and Ba Dinh Square. The Temple of Literature was the main higher education facility in Vietnam for the royal family and senior government officials between 1,076 and 1,779. Amongst the interesting features of the Temple of Literature are are the 116 large standing stones bearing the names of everyone who graduated from the temple between 1442 and 1779.