By train the journey from Vinh to Ninh Binh is scheduled to take from 4 to 5 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Vinh to Ninh Binh
- The fastest train service from Vinh to Ninh Binh is Train #SE8 which departs from Vinh at 03:23 and is scheduled to arrive in Ninh Binh 3 hours 44 minutes later at 16:27.
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About Travel to Ninh Binh
Ninh Binh Province has three major attractions, all of which are located outside Ninh City which holds little of interest for most visitors although it is the main public transport hub for travel to and from the province.
Tràng An Scenic Landscape Complex
The most visited of these three attractions is the Tràng An Scenic Landscape Complex. The Tràng An Scenic Landscape Complex is a 62 square kilometre area where steep sided limestone hills rise from an otherwise flat landscape of rice fields punctuated by meandering rivers. These hills are riddled with caves, many of which can be visited in wooden tour boats. The most popular boat tour is along the Ngo River in the Tam Cốc Bích Động Valley. Visitors can also have a similar experience, with fewer crowds, in the Trang An Grottoes. Also of interest in the Tràng An Scenic Landscape Complex is Bich Dong Pagoda, which is 15th Century Buddhist temple that you need to walk up lots of steps to get to.
Bai Ding Pagoda
The second most popular attraction in Ninh Binh is the massive Bai Ding Pagoda located within a 700 hectares site within mountainous terrain. Bai Ding Pagoda has numerous Chinese style temple buildings, including a palatial prayer hall and 13 storey pagoda, as well as 500 intricately carved statues of the Lord Buddha.
Phat Diem Cathedral
The third most popular attraction in the province is Phat Diem Cathedral. Phat Diem Cathedral is a striking and unique Catholic cathedral constructed in the 19th Century. What makes Phat Diem Cathedral unique and striking is the blend of European and Vietnam architecture. It’s quite unlike any other major church in South East Asia.