How to get FROM HANOI TO HUE (Thua Thien)?

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Hue is well-known for it is famous historical monuments and attractions.


Hue is very good stopover in central Vietnam.


Lots of historical monuments, beaches and intersting landscape. Hue in central Vietnam (Thừa Thiên-Huế province) is connected to the imperial Nguyễn Dynasty, based in Hue, who ruled from 1802 to 1945, when the Emperor Bao Dai abdicated in favor of Ho Chi Minh’s revolutionary government.  Hue is visited by lots of travelers from all the world.

The best option
how to get from Hanoi to Hue is a using of flight. But for low-cost travelers is the best way to use a train from Hanoi (or bus). You can use a sleeper train and take a rest. It is not problem to find an accommodation in Hue and surrounding.


1. TRAIN from Hanoi to Hue
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– interesting experience is train Vietnam
– the journey takes around 14 hours
– the night trains are comfortable, you can buy food and snack
– see the Vietnam railway map
– there are 6 trains every day of Vietnam Railways from Hanoi
– one-way ticket costs from around 450 000 – 800 000 viet.dongs (Soft seat or bed)
– train station in Hanoi – Hanoi Railway Station (120 Le Duan)
– train station in Hue – Huế Railway Station (Nguyen Tri Phường Street)
icon-angle-double-rightbuy e-tickets online on Baolau or 12go.asia, online payment from abroad is without any problem


2. FLIGHTS from Hanoi to Hue icon-plane


– there are 5 flights every day from Hanoi to Hue
– Vietnam Airlines or VietJet Air
– flight time is only 1 hour
– flight costs from 850 000 – 2 500 000 viet.dongs
icon-angle-double-rightyou can buy flight tickets on Baolau


3. BUS from Hanoi to Hue
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– yes, also buses run from Hanoi to Hue
– the journey takes around 14 hours
– ticket price – between 300 000 – 450 000 viet.dongs
– various companies – The Sinh Tourist, Hoang Long, Camel Travel…
– The Sinh Tourist is well-known and reliable company
icon-angle-double-rightbuy e-tickets online on Baolau or 12go.asia
– you will receive your e-ticket by email, ready to print or carry in your mobile phone or tablet and present at the ticket counter of the station before boarding the bus

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Trains in Vietnam are renovated, new and clean. Soft seats and 4-berth cabin (photo: Baolau)


Buy e-tickets for trains or buses in Vietnam online on Baolau.


What is Baolau?


– a company specializing in train tickets mainly for Vietnam (also a tickets for Cambodia and Laos)
certified company from Singapore – no cheaters and scammers
– you can buy also a tickets of well-known bus companies (Mai Linh, Hoang Long, TheSinh Tourist…)
– flights of Vietnamese Airlines as well as flights to neighboring countries + tickets for the ferries in Vietnam
– the price of tickets depends on the official price of transport company or airlines
– you will see the final price before making the payment transaction
– you can use online train ticket in your mobile phone in Vietnam (I recommend to print a ticket)
– read any other information about ticket before ordering
– read also frequently asked questions on Baolau

What is 12go.asia?


a specialist for tickets mainly in Thailand (new – also tickets for Vietnam)
– you can not select a seat in a train
you can not use an online ticket in Thailand, you have to print it
– you can use an online ticket in Vietnam
– if you order an train ticket at these companies for tourist trains in Vietnam (Orient Express, Sapaly, Chapa …), you must pick it up at the station
– information about 12go.asia read in article about transportation in Vietnam

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Royal Palace in Hue

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Hue – historical center of the town.

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Tam Giang lagoon in Hue.

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Tam Giang lagoon in Hue.

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