The journey by train from Tuy Hoa to Hanoi is scheduled to take from 23 to 27 hours depending upon which train service you take.
Train Times from Tuy Hoa to Hanoi
There are currently 4 trains a day from Tuy Hoa to Hanoi.
|SE6||02:33||04:17 + 1 day|
|SE4||04:34||05:00 + 1 day|
|SE8||16:10||19:12 + 1 day|
- The fastest train service between Tuy Hoa and Hanoi is Train #SE2 departing at 06:22 and arriving in Hanoi 23 hours 18 minutes later at 05:40.
- The slowest train service between Tuy Hoa and Hanoi is Train #SE8 departing at 16:10 and scheduled to arrive in Hanoi 27 hours 02 minutes later at 19:12.
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Location of Tuy Hoa Railway Station
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About Travel to Hanoi
Hanoi is a large bustling city with around 5 million permanent residents. The city is divided into 12 districts, the most of popular of these with foreign tourists is Hoan Kiem Distirct, which is also referred to as the Old Quarter. Hoan Kiem is a densely populated area with narrow streets and lots of old buildings, unlike the newer parts of the city which have wider roads laid out in a pre-planned grid like configuration. Hoan Kiem itself has several notable tourists attractions such as Hoan Kiem Lake, the Bach Ma Temple, reputedly the temple in the oldest city, and St Joseph’s Cathedral. However, the popularity of the Old Quarter as place to stay whilst in the city is principally due to the combination of great hotels, bars and restaurants based in the area. The Old Quarter is lively at night, particularly during the monthly full moon party when the streets are pedestrianised, and visitors and locals alike stay up late in the night eating and drinking on the street.
A short distance to the north of Hoan Kiem is Ba Dinh Square, which features also features a number of landmark buildings including the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, One Pillar Pagoda, Vietnam Parliament Building and Presidential Palace. Also well worth visiting is the Temple of Literature, which is located on route from Hoan Kiem to Ba Dinh Square. The Temple of Literature was the main educational facility for members of the royal family and senior government officials from 1076 to 1779, and famously features large standing stones with the names of successful graduates engraved into them.