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Be famed as a political, economic and cultural capital of Vietnam, Hanoi has featured and continued to expand the large transportation network to all provinces and cities in the country in order to give the best transfer services for both local and international people. The variety of popular transports to get in, around or out from Hanoi to other nearby areas are named such as rickshaw, bike, motorbike, bus, taxi, coach, airplane, train or ship/boat. Though being newbie or not, for the beautiful land, choose the best transport to keep the most memorable moments in your Hanoi tour.

  • Renting bike in Hanoi

    Hanoi Bike Rental

    No dust, no refuel cost in combination with strength training – cycling around town perhaps has become the pleasure of many people when visiting Hanoi. Leisurely streets sightseeing and relax […]

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  • Car rental services in Hanoi

    Hanoi Car Rental

    For your trips in Hanoi, it would be more interesting if you can drive by yourself and visit any places that you wish to admire the natural sceneries or discover […]

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  • Vietjet Air Hanoi - Saigon

    Travel from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh

    From the North to the South of Vietnam, visitors can have a chance to explore the unique beauty and distinctive characteristics of each region. From the cultural and political center […]

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  • Hanoi Elevated Railway is capable of operating 13 trains with carrier frequency of every two minutes with a maximum speed of 80 kilometres per hour

    Hanoi Elevated Railway (SkyTrain)

    Started in 2011 with a total investment of 868 million USD, 300 million USD more than initial estimates, the Hanoi elevated railway project is expected to be completed by the […]

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  • Hanoi Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)

    Hanoi Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)

    Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is one of three components of the public transport project in Hanoi which started in 2013. With a total investment of nearly $55 million funding from […]

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  • Bus No.86 Hanoi - Noi Bai

    Hanoi Bus Routes to Noi Bai Airport

    Hanoi Railway Station open at 5:10 and closes at 22:30
    Noi Bai International Airport opens at 6:30 and closes at 23:30…

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  • Train Schedules from Hanoi to Sapa

    Train Schedules from Hanoi to Sapa

    The following is some interesting suggestions which may be helpful for you to have a comfortable trip to Sapa. There are 2 options for you to choose from…

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  • Bai Chay bridge

    Getting Halong, Quang Ninh from Hanoi

    The distance from the capital of Hanoi to Quang Ninh can be divided into many routess depending on your destinations…

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  • Getting Sapa from Hanoi

    Getting Sapa from Hanoi

    If you are backpackers and yearn for admiring majestic mountains, you can choose the 3rd route to go to Sa Pa through Lai Chau with a length of 420 km…

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  • Highway No.5

    Getting Hai Phong from Hanoi

    The distance between Hanoi and Hai Phong ranges from 100 to123 km depend on which route you travel…

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  • Thung Khe Pass

    Getting Mai Chau, Hoa Binh from Hanoi

    The distance from the capital Hanoi to Mai Chau – Hoa Binh has total travel time of 3hs for cars and 4hs for motorcycless…

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  • Trang An complex landscape

    Getting Ninh Binh from Hanoi

    If you go by car, you can choose to take the route Cau Gie – Ninh Binh from Phap Van in south of Hanoi. The distance is only 80km in length and about 1 hour drive…

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  • Lung Cu flag Tower

    Getting Ha Giang from Hanoi

    The distance from Hanoi capital to Ha Giang has the total length of about 280km and there are 2 possible routes to choose…

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  • Getting Lang Son from Hanoi

    Getting Lang Son from Hanoi

    This route is quite easy to follow and has the total length of about 180km. From Hanoi, start your journey from Thanh Tri bridge and then go straight…

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  • Ban Gioc Waterfall

    Getting Cao Bang from Hanoi

    The first route (for automotive only) is approximately 240km. From the inner city of Hanoi, follow the ring road No.3 to get to Thanh Tri bridge and then continue the journey towards Hanoi – Thai Nguyen route…

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  • Moc Chau Highland

    Getting Son La from Hanoi

    From Hanoi city, you commence your journey from Ha Dong District, go along Nguyen Trai street, and then drive along Highway N.6 via Hoa Binh. Son La Province is reached after you go through Hoa Binh province.

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  • Dien Bien Phu Victory Monument

    Getting Dien Bien from Hanoi

    The first route is about 365km long. From the inner city, get started from Ha Dong District, and run along Highway No 6 through 2 provinces of Hoa Binh, Son La.

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  • Tran Temple

    Getting Nam Dinh from Hanoi

    The distance from Hanoi to Nam Dinh province, specifically Nam Dinh city is about 86km in length. The total transferring time is about 1 and a haft hour for cars and 2 hours for motorcycles.

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  • Pu Luong Nature Reserve

    Getting Thanh Hoa from Hanoi

    The distance from the capital of Hanoi to Thanh Hoa has a total length of about 150km and there are 2 possible routes to choose.

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