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Vietnam: How to travel around? From Ho Chi Minh City to Sapa... | Travel (TV Genre)

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Vietnam: How to travel around? From Ho Chi Minh City to Sapa... | Travel (TV Genre) Here you can see the cities where we stopped (south to north) and the distance between each city.

1. Hồ Chí Minh (4-5 hours to Mũi Né)
2. Cần Thơ (Mekon Delta)
3. Mũi Né (4-5 hours to Đà Lạt)
4. Đà Lạt (3-4 hours to Nha Trang + 11 – 12 hours to Hội An)
5. Nha Trang: you shouldn’t stop here – touristy, expensive and nothing special.
6. Hội An (30 min to Danang + 3 hours to Huế)
7. Huế (4-5 hours to Phong Nha-Ke Bang)
8. Phong Nha-Ke Bang (7,5 hours to Tam Cốc)
9. Tam Cốc (3,5 hours to Hải Phòng + 2 hours to Cat Ba town)
10. Cat Ba (4-5 hours to Ha Noi)
11. Ha Noi (5 hours to Sa Pa by bus/8 hours by train)
12. Sa Pa


Transport all around Vietnam

Open bus ticket

We bought our open bus ticket in Ho Chi Minh City at TheSinhTourist office. We were really satisfied with this company. Drivers were nice and reliable most of the times . You can choose how many stops you want to do. You need to reconfirm each bus ride by calling or visiting the counter. Of course it is also possible to book single bus tickets but this way you pay more. Unfortunately the open bus ticket doesn’t include all stops. You won’t be able to reach places like Phong Nha-Ke Bang, Tam Cốc or Cat Ba. So we booked the open bus ticket from Hồ Chí Minh to Huế. All the other stops we made (8. to 12.) we reached by single bus rides or train. We paid 684.000 VND for the open bus ticket (26,50 €/$ 30).

By motorbike

We met many travellers who either bought a motorbike in Ha Noi or in Ho Chi Minh. It is for sure very beautiful and a unique experience but we considered it as too dangerous. One amazing part of Vietnam is impossible to visit if you don’t have a motorbike: the route between Hội An and Huế (called the Hải Vân Pass). An other option is to travel with Easy Riders: you have your own motorbike rider. There is even enough space to transport your backpack and they organize launch as accommodation.

By train

Travel around by train is very nice. But take care – never buy tickets online. Just go to the train station and buy the ticket at the counter. The website seat61.com gives some helpful advice how to buy train tickets and how to read a Vietnamese train ticket.
In Vietnam there are many people who try to sell you tickets for a much higher price.
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