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Video guide: Hanoi to Saigon by train Hanoi to Lao Cai & Sapa - times, fares, tickets Hanoi to Haiphong - for Cat Ba Island Hanoi to Halong Bay Hoi An - how to reach this UNESCO-listed town Phan Thiet & Mui Ne - the train to the beach Useful country information - currency, visas etc. Hanoi - Nanning, Guilin, Beijing by train Hanoi - Hong Kong by train Hanoi - Kunming by train Hanoi - Vientiane by bus, for train to Bangkok Saigon - Phnom Penh - Bangkok by bus train Europe to Vietnam overland by Trans-Siberian Railway Vietnam's air-conditioned trains are safe, comfortable & inexpensive, the ideal way for independent travellers to get around and see Vietnam at ground level.

The train journeys are a genuine Vietnamese experience in themselves, an integral part of your visit to Vietnam. Inexperienced travellers sometimes think they'll save time by using internal flights - in fact, an overnight train ride from Hanoi to Hu or Danang actually saves time compared to flying, because the train leaves Hanoi city centre in the evening and arrives in Hu city centre next morning, but it's more than this, the train journey is a genuine Vietnamese experience, flying is a wasted opportunity. Air-conditioned trains with sleepers and on-board catering link Hanoi, Hu, Danang, Nha Trang, and Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City).

The train runs along the South China Sea, snaking from cliff to jungle-covered cliff past beaches and islands, then heads through the lush green mountains via the Hai Van Pass to reach Danang.

In Vietnamese it's Đo Vn meaning 'Ocean Cloud Pass', and I can't think of a better name.

SPT1/2, PT3/4: Air-con soft seats, also has various sleepers.

Livitrans & Violette private tourist sleeping-cars, Hanoi-Hu-Danang: Trains SE1 & SE2 have a couple of tourist sleeping-cars attached between Hanoi, Hue & Danang, run by private companies Livitrans and Violette Trains,.

Trains SE1 & SE2 also convey privately-run Livitrans & Violette Trains tourist sleepers between Hanoi, Hue and Danang, see the Livitrans & Violette section below.

SE5, SE6: air-conditioned hard sleepers, air-conditioned soft seats, air-conditioned hard seats, ordinary hard seats.

Since the end of the Vietnamese war, the official the name for the conurbation as a whole has been Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC).

The trains resumed on 31 December 1976, unifying the country once more.

You too can easily travel the length of Vietnam using the reunification railway, a travel experience in its own right.

Livitrans & Violette tickets are bookable at 12Go.

Asia - look for the Livitrans or Violette logos rather than VR logo in the search results.

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