How do I get from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi?
Travel by plane (direct flights) from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) takes about 2 hours. Travel by train from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) takes about 32-37 hours. Travel by tourist bus from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) takes about 38-45 hours.
How much is a bus in Vietnam?
The air-conditioned buses run between HCMC and Hanoi (and other routes) and passengers can hop on and hop off the bus at any major city along the route. Prices are reasonable. Depending on the operator and exact route, HCMC to Hanoi is US$35 to US$70, while HCMC to Hue is around US$25.
What are the main forms of transport in downtown Hanoi?
There are many ways to get around in Hanoi, the jigsaws and narrow streets of Hanoi..
- Moped (scooter) As anyone who comes to Hanoi can probably see, the majority of Hanoi’s traffic is made up of scooters. …
- Motorcycle Taxis (Xe Om)
- Bus. …
- Grab Motorbike. …
- Cyclo. …
How do you commute in Vietnam?
The main transportation of Vietnam – you can use airplane, train, bus/van, ferry, boat, taxi and motorbike. The good thing is the price, and mostly it is very cheap (for a ticket/ride). Therefore, you don’t need to worry about spending too much money on travels between different places in Vietnam.
How much money do you need per day in Vietnam?
For a more comfortable backpacker experience in Vietnam, it’s best to budget around $50 per day. This way, you’ll have more money to spend on things like food, drinks, activities and hotel rooms. For a comfortable mid-range experience in Vietnam, it’s best to budget $60 to $100 per day for your entire costs.
Is it worth visiting Ho Chi Minh City?
Absolutely it’s worth to see Ho Chi Minh city – one of the biggest and craziest cities in Vietnam beside Hanoi if you want to compare. Things to do : City Tour, Cu Chi tunnel, and Mekong Delta.