Newmoon Hotel

28 Tran Quy Cap, Hanoi, 84, Vietnam
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Excellent
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Average
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  • Solo66
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Forum Posts

Train fares between Hanoi-Haiphong

by vepakko

Hi there,

it's quite easy to find all sorts of information on Vietnam train fares and timetables, but really this one is quite difficult to find:

Anyone know much it costs to travel with train from Hanoi to Haiphong? I found some timetables but just cant find prices.

Also if you know if there are price differences between "fast" and "slow" trains between Hanoi and Haiphong it would be nice.

Thanks!

Re: Train fares between Hanoi-Haiphong

by eGecko

Hi vepakko,
You are right, it is not easy to find a timetable of local train routes, like Hanoi-Haiphong. The official website of Vietnam Train Company has been down. Here is the information of Hanoi-Haiphong train timetable (and other routes too).
http://www.vietnamopentour.com/Transport/train_timetable1.htm
Unfortunately, it seems that there are no "fast" train for that route. And the local train routes in VN are very slow and uncomfortable. The alternative way is to take a bus. Hope you have good time there.
(please note that the link above is not an ad, I just searched and found from the google).

Re: Train fares between Hanoi-Haiphong

by KOOLJ

I think you can contact a bus company like Sinh Cafe in Hanoi to book a seat from Hanoi to Hai Phong. Just 2 & 1/2 hour drive.

Cheers,

KoolJ

Travel Tips for Hanoi

Drive Steady @ Streets, Main Roads and Highway

by woosoowei

If you have to drive, make sure you drive steady, constant speed and keep an eye on unexpected (though may be norm for local) objects on the street.

Saw a cow having lunch at highway, after toll plaza lol

Explore the villages (IV)

by King_Golo

If you choose to follow the main road for a longer time, you will soon find signs that advertise furniture of any kind. Turn to the left and you'll come to the furniture village. This village is devoted to wood processing. Almost every household seems to do nothing but carving, engraving, planing, hammering... This village produces everything from an ordinary table to a beautifully engraved queen-size bed. You may also purchase a two meters high buddha statue. Unfortunately, any one of these items is impossible to transport home.

Weekend Shopping in Hanoi

by bpacker about Hang Dao to Dong Xuan Street, Old Quarters

Come every Sunday, the main road in the Old Quarters are closed to traffic at night and it becomes a giant shopping street! Even if you don't buy anything, it is a quite a treat to watch the locals shopping at night. Look out for Chinese Brush Paintings and Vietnamese Silk Bags. Don't be a sucker and pay more than USD20 for these items

Taxi cost in Hanoi

by richmondaldien

taxis are not really expensive as the hotel officer told me when i them. to get arround to the little hanoi from horizon hotel to buy craft and gift.

its only cost you 30.000 VND or about 2 USD.
and the car is well maintained, clean and the driver can understand survival english.

there are several taxi companies. each of them has a different costing. the above cost is the highest.

so... i would recommend to use taxis in hanoi rather than bicycles since they could not understand even a survival english language.

Try the stinky sauce

by dragonfr7 about Cha Ca La Vong

This place is famous enough that most people have heard of it by now, since it's probably the only place in the Old Quarters that serves the "Cha Ca" dish (grilled fish). But I noticed that the last time I was there, when we sat down, they served us the dish with the standard Vietnamese "nuoc mam." Traditionally, the dish is eaten with an odiferous shrimp paste sauce that non-locals would probably have to ask for. It's called "mam tom" and you can't miss it by the smell :-) If you're willing, ask for it and try it the way locals do!

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