The journey by train from Tuy Hoa to Nha Trang is scheduled to take from 2 hours to 2 hours 25 minutes depending upon which train service you take.
Train Times from Tuy Hoa to Nha Trang
There are currently 5 trains a day from Tuy Hoa to Nha Trang.
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- The fastest train service between Tuy Hoa and Nha Trang is Train #SE1 departing at 20:45 and arriving in Nha Trang 2 hours 00 minutes later at 22:45.
- The slowest train service between Tuy Hoa and Nha Trang is Train #SE21 departing at 16:25 and scheduled to arrive in Nha Trang 2 hours 25 minutes later at 18:50.
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About Travel to Nha Trang
Nha Trang is Vietnam’s most popular beach resort destination, attracting both Vietnam tourists in large numbers as well as foreign tourists, including package holiday makers. Nha Trang has a very developed tourist infrastructure, including an amusement park on an island connected to the mainland by a cable. Vinpearl Land also features hotels and a golf course. The other major attraction in Nha Trang is the 6 km long Tran Phu Beach. Nha Trang city centre is spread out along the beach front, with a number of restaurants, bars and hotels backing directly on to the beach. These beach front establishment are very popular with visitors both during the day and at night. Nha Trang is a lively city with a holiday atmosphere, and relatively little visible evidence of any other industries than tourism being carried out.
Nha Trang’s major cultural attractions are all located in the northern party of the city, closer to the train station than the more southern parts of Nha Trang which are most popular with foreign visitors. Hotels in this northern part of Nha Trang are also cheaper. The three main cultural attractions are Po Nagar temple, Long Son Pagoda and Dam Market. Po Nagar temple was built from the 7th to 12th Centuries by the people of Cham civilisation. Po Nagar temple is well preserved and one of the most important historical sites in Vietnam. Long Son Pagoda is a Buddhist temple with a large hill top statue of the Lond Buddha, and it’s within easy walking distance of the train station. Dam Market is a more modern creation, built in concrete in an architectural style closely associated with Soviet-era Russia.