Hanoi to Lao Cai by train

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From Hanoi to Sapa by train

06:10
HNO Hanoi
15:46
LCA Sapa Lao Cai
9h 36m
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21:35
HNO Hanoi
05:30
LCA Sapa Lao Cai
7h 55m
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21:35
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05:30
LCA Sapa Lao Cai
7h 55m
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05:30
LCA Sapa Lao Cai
7h 55m
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21:35
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05:30
LCA Sapa Lao Cai
7h 55m
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05:30
LCA Sapa Lao Cai
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LCA Sapa Lao Cai
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21:35
HNO Hanoi
05:30
LCA Sapa Lao Cai
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HNO Hanoi
06:05
LCA Sapa Lao Cai
8h 5m
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06:05
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From Hanoi to Sapa by train+taxi joint ticket

#SP1
21:35
HNO Hanoi
05:30
LCA Sapa Lao Cai
7h 55m
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This connection is managed by the operating company. You will be transfered between the trips.
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Lao Cai, Sapa
Time
Sapa
1h
Total duration
3h 25m
21:35
HNO Hanoi
05:30
LCA Sapa Lao Cai
7h 55m
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This connection is managed by the operating company. You will be transfered between the trips.
Any
Lao Cai, Sapa
Time
Sapa
1h
Total duration
3h 25m
22:00
HNO Hanoi
06:05
LCA Sapa Lao Cai
8h 5m
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This connection is managed by the operating company. You will be transfered between the trips.
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Lao Cai, Sapa
Time
Sapa
1h
Total duration
3h

How to get to Sapa from Hanoi

Why Go to Sapa

Sapa is the favorite destination in Vietnam for those interested in trekking, homestays and the culture of Vietnam’s ethnic minorities. Established as a French hill station in the 1920’s, Sapa boasts incredible views of steep valleys lined with terraced rice paddies and on a clear day one can see the country’s highest peak - Fansipan. There are numerous trekking tours based out of Sapa with many including homestays at the local ethnic groups. Travelers can also visit the colorful Bac Ha market and browse the beautiful embroidered goods of the tribes from the surrounding hills that converge here on the weekends. Don’t forget to bring a good jacket as during the winter months this is one of the coldest places in Vietnam and recently has even been known to experience snowfall.

From Hanoi to Sapa

There is currently no airport in the region so travelers make the journey from Hanoi to Sapa via train or bus. It has long been one of the most popular overnight trains in the country with a number of more luxurious private train cars offering travelers varying degrees of comfort and relaxation on the night train. The train comes to a stop at Lao Cai station, about 35km from Sapa Town and there is no shortage of transportation options to transfer between the two.

From Hanoi to Sapa by Train

Hanoi to Sapa is the most popular and unique train route in Vietnam as it is serviced not only by Vietnam National Railways but also by more than a half dozen private train operators of varying degrees of comfort. Some are simply a cleaner, calmer and more relaxing way to spend the night traveling from Hanoi to Sapa while others are surprisingly luxurious and offer amenities you would not expect to find in a developing country. The level of comfort is reflected in their prices and most travelers say that the cost is certainly worth arriving in Sapa relaxed, well-rested and ready to explore the countryside. Vietnam railways has soft berths with 4 beds per cabin for USD$19. Prices on the private railways vary from $33.75 for VIP Sleeper cabins with 4 berths to $86.85 for VIP Sleeper cabins with 2 berths. All private trains will provide you snacks, drinks and a much softer bed to sleep in. They will also have wine, beer and meals available for purchase which are of a higher quality than the standard Vietnam Railways fare. The most luxurious for traveling from Hanoi to Sapa is Victoria Express which has a private lounge at the Hanoi railway station and their train cars include a bar, dinning room and library.

Trains from Hanoi to Sapa depart from the Tran Quy Cap street entrance to the Hanoi railway station, it should be noted that this is not the main entrance on Le Duan street. Passengers with the private railways to Sapa will need to exchange their vouchers for actual tickets at the respective company offices which open 1-2 hours before departure. Your voucher will give directions to the office which will be either in the Hanoi train station or across the street nearby. The majority of your fellow passengers will also be exchanging tickets and staff members at the station or other ticket booths should be able to point you in the right direction. English language skills may be very basic so remember to speak slowly, smile often and you will find the proper counter.

Departure times for the night train from Hanoi to Sapa are 9:40 and 10:00pm. All private train cars are attached to normal Vietnam National Railways trains and run on the same schedule which gives them arrival times of 5:35 and 6:20am respectively. There is a third train from Hanoi to Sapa that departs at 6:10am and arrives at 3:45pm. This train offers only a few dozen soft seats and the rest are hard wooden bench style seats which are quite uncomfortable for journeys of any length.

The train station is in the town of Lao Cai, about one hour outside of Sapa. Options for this transfer to Sapa include taxi, public shuttle and private charter. Shortly before arrival a woman will walk through the train offering to sell you tickets for the public shuttle to Sapa. Prices will vary widely from under $5 to more than $15. We can never advise to buy a ticket before actually seeing the vehicle for this sort of thing but there have not been many reports of scams at Lao Cai station. Should you choose this mode of transport be prepared for the shuttle to be overcrowded and driving to be a little too fast for the very winding roads. Another option is the regular taxi, be ready to share this with as many passengers as can fit for between $20-$30. The easiest way is to hire a private charter van or car to Sapa which can be arranged for at around $35-$50 depending on the number of passengers

From Hanoi to Sapa by Bus

A number of bus companies operate bus services from Hanoi to Sapa. Most will either depart or offer to pick you up from the Old Quarter and around Hoan Kiem Lake and will drop you off in Sapa Town but exact locations will vary. The trip should last about 6 hours, departing in either early morning or late night. There are no bathrooms on the busses but most will make one quick rest stop during the trip from Hanoi to Sapa.

From Dien Bien Phu to Sapa by Bus

Going from Dien Bien Phu to Sapa there are several small companies offering minivan and bus services. The journey to Sapa on the winding and less than perfect road lasts about 10 hours and should cost under $10. Enquire at your hotel for booking.

Where to Stay in Sapa

Your choices for lodging in Sapa can generally be split into two categories - hotels and homestays. Hotels range between cheap affairs aimed at budget local tourists for around $5 per night to luxury hotel and spas that can cost hundreds of dollars. Sapa itself is quite small with only a few main roads so there is really no ‘good’ or ‘bad’ area to stay. New hotels are popping up every year and these are usually the ones which can be counted on to have fully functioning amenities.

Homestays in Sapa and the surrounding communities are popular among travelers looking for a more unique experience. Some feel like real family homes while many more closely resemble a youth hostel in which you sleep on a thin mat on the floor and go without luxuries such as heat and running water. Usually locally cooked meals are included with the homestay but you should ask ahead if you want truly authentic food otherwise you will end up with toast and eggs for breakfast.

Things to Do in Sapa

Trekking around the trails around Sapa can be a great way to experience both the scenery and culture. You should hire a guide through your hotel and many trekking tours in Sapa include a one night homestay. Most guides are local women and don’t be surprised when you struggle to keep up as you traverse the slippery paths. Your guide may be sporting homemade flip flops, but sturdy footwear is recommended. More serious hikers may want to try to climb up to the peak of Fansipan - Vietnam’s tallest mountain. A guide is required for this and authorities control entrance to the route.

Independent travellers may want to rent a bike and explore the towns and trails near Sapa on their own. Motorcycles can be rented from your hotel and the tourist information center in the middle of Sapa has good maps. Many towns have pay stations where you can park your bike and head off on the local trails. During the high season you certainly won’t be alone and there will be plenty of people around to guide you should you need directions.

On Sundays, the nearby Bac Ha market has a great selection of local arts and crafts as ethnic groups from the surrounding area converge for the day. The most colorful group is known as the Flower H’moung who get their name from the many layers of colorful clothing they wear. The market is best known for traditional embroidery which makes for a great souvenir.

Other activities include cooking classes to learn local H’moung dishes, tours to the nearby waterfall known as Heaven’s Gate and paddle boating around Sapa lake. Tourism is the main focus of Sapa so you will have no problem arranging any activity from even the most basic guesthouse or cafe and you may even be surprised by the level of English spoken by most people as it is much higher than average for the country.

Onward Travel from Sapa

Trains from Sapa to Hanoi depart from Lao Cai station at 8:35 and 9:10pm and will cost the same. For those wishing to travel to Laos you may arrange for a minivan or bus to first take you to Dien Bien Phu (10 hours) and then onward to Laos. We would recommend taking the morning bus from Sapa to Dien Bien Phu, enjoying an evening in there and then continuing on in the morning. This may be preferable to taking an overnight bus from Sapa as the road is not very good and you will not get much sleep. Tickets for the entire journey should be purchased jointly at your guesthouse and please remember to get a receipt.

Passenger reviews out of total 5,322 passengers who traveled with us on this route.

At 12Go our operators offer three types of service:

Cheap, Fast, Good - but you can usually pick only two of them!
Cheap & Fast won’t be Good. (e.g. buses from/to Khao San Road, local buses or 3rd class trains)
Cheap & Good won’t be Fast. (e.g. VIP trains in Thailand)
Fast & Good won’t be Cheap. (e.g. private limousine services, or VIP24 buses vs Express buses)

Make your choice! Please remember that while we are closely monitoring the services, we are still an agency marketplace. That means we focus on ticketing services and route availability & coverage rather than on the factual seat reclining angle you will get on the bus today.

Apr 23, 2018
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
The coaches on the trains to SAPA are quite similar (and the noise is the same for everybody), so we bought tickets on the Vietnam Railways coaches which can only be purchased outside Vietnam through a travel agency. Booking and payment through 12go.asia went extremely went. No hassle with vouchers, we got straight on to the correct train to Lao Cai. Train ride was a bit bumpy but we managed to get some sleep thanks to the earplugs and tape to cut-off the airco.
Apr 20, 2018
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper 4x, Sapaly Express
★★★☆☆
We had the VIP 4 beds cabine. The train is like trekking in Sapa, funny, noisy, old, no good functioning airco, adventures. Exactly what you should expect for the money you pay.
Apr 17, 2018
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper 4x, King Express
★★☆☆☆
We entered the train and a slightly agressive lady said private cabin? Pay! And we had to say a few times no. Do that wasn’t a good beginning of the trip. Same with drinks. They only wanted to sell it to us not to the vietnamees travellers that later came in our cabin.
Apr 16, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Pumpkin Express
★★★★☆
Ticketing very efficient and journey was on time. But mattress far too firm for me
Apr 9, 2018
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper 4x, Sapaly Express
★★★★☆
The train ride was as expected after reading all about it. Luckily we had good people sharing the cabin with us.
Apr 6, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Pumpkin Express
★★★☆☆
The bed was REALLY hard. We couldn’t opt for a hard or softbed, because there wouldnt be any hard beds- but this was basically a wooden plank. However, train was perfectly in time and even provided water and snacks and there was electricity on board.
Mar 30, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Livitrans Express
★★★★★
A little confusing at the station (note: 'Gate 6' as printed on voucher just means 'Platform 6' for example). We were approached by a Livitrans staff member in waiting area to show voucher and receive tickets as there is no desk or counter to do this. Once aboard, everything was fantastic. Cabin included water & fruit. Bedding was clean. A service trolley came around selling drinks & snacks shortly after departure and we were able to preorder coffee for the morning, half an hour before arrival.
Mar 30, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Pumpkin Express
★★★★★
1st class rocks!!
Mar 29, 2018
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
Comfortable mattress, but no air conditioning and the train was very hot
Mar 20, 2018
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Good, on time and comfy. No Wi-Fi though but I guess that’s expected.
Mar 17, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Pumpkin Express
★★★★★
Room was good. We booked a private room for 2. The top bunks were folded up. The lamp was broken. The mattresses were super firm but at least we had electrical outlets. The facilities were good for what it was. This was so much better than Oriental Express. We booked a private room with OE. OE had not electrical outlets and the bunks where bolted down so we couldnt fold them up.
Mar 14, 2018
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Everything worked well. Not greatest comfort but fine for the night
Mar 14, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Orient Express
★★☆☆☆
We ordered a 2 bed room, but we get 4 bed room for 2 persons. We ordered soft sleeping beds but we get hard sleeping beds. Very bad. Toilet stinks. In the beginning the airco was very cold. Later it was better. To expensive
Mar 11, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
No elevator, very hard with heavy bags. I slept comfortably, even though the "soft" bed was really really hard, the train's rocking motion, I think. Worse part was the bathroom, ewww, stinky! Beware of people, even those in uniform, they sold me a bus ticket for 45,000 vnd, but lead me to a grey van. They told us Sapa tour was part of it, then later said not. Go out of the station & book the large buses on your own
Mar 9, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Pumpkin Express
★★★☆☆
This is for pumpkin train - The train beds are comfortable and toilet was fairly clean. Just the unstable wooden noise from the dividers when the train moves. We also had a bad experience when boarding the train as we do not have the tickets (we pre booked and only have the voucher which we tot is sufficient) and are confused with which platform and train to board. There was a guy approaching us offering help to find us the train. And when he got us the tickets he brought us to the cabin and he immediately asked us for tips, indicated how much he wants which was very intimidating. He wouldn't leave until you give him the amount he wants. Just be careful when you board the train and get your tickets.
Mar 4, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
The train left on time, the mattresses were hard as a rock and very short bunk beds. The toilet was smelly and dirty. The staff were really nice though.
Feb 24, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Orient Express
★★★★★
Perfect trip. No problems.
Feb 24, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Livitrans Express
★★★★☆
Mijn vrouw en ik, samen met twee Vietnamezen en hun klein kind, sliepen heel de nacht rustig door. Voor ons was een een prima rit.
Feb 8, 2018
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper 4x, King Express
★★★★☆
To many people trying to sell stuff
Feb 6, 2018
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
The hotel was amazing, we enjoyed it there. Receptionist was helpful and nice. She helped us with transportation to Ha Giang. Thank you :-)
Feb 5, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Orient Express
★★★☆☆
The trip was comfortable, the bed was very hard.
Jan 30, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
The train tickets I bought through 12Go Asia made our trip went smoothly without any hiccups. It was a comfort journey through out the way.
Jan 20, 2018
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
Trip booking went as planned from 12go. Tickets were sent within the hour via email. We chose the Vietnam Railways option, soft beds. There is no difference from the more expensive companies, other than getting bottled water, a coffee from the cart and a hand wipe for double the price. You may be in a cabin for more expensive guests, so don't be surprised if you don't get any complimentary items. Train and cabins are old, clean and basic. Train left and arrived on time. Toilet facilities could be improved. Would recommend 12go for booking this journey. Was charged in Thai Bhat.
Jan 17, 2018
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper 4x, Violette Express Train
★★★☆☆
The printed ticket adviced us to go straight to the coach and show the ticket to the ticket-taker. The railway personnel at the gate would not let us on to the platform because we did not have an 'official' ticket with a bar code. They adviced us to get the official ticket...unfortunately Violette has no office st the station, so we didn't know what to do. Thanks to Kings Express train personnel - they called to the the Violette person and told us that he/she was coming and we woukd have to wait. Finally we did get in, but after too much drama. The train csbin was nothing like in pictures, but we manage to get to Sapa. Violette personnel should be at the gate at the same as railway personnel. Would save nerves... I'm not going to recommend Violette Express train to anyone who is going to Sapa for the first time. It's too confusing.
Jan 16, 2018
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Beds were comfortable enough. Was able to turn off the lights, so it was really good for sleep. The restroom had an interesting smell. The free tea was tasty!
Jan 14, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Quite ok
Jan 12, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Orient Express
★★★★☆
It would be great to have the ticket include the bus to Sapa - I ended up having to wait an hour because the driver insisted on waiting until the van was full. I would have happily paid in advance to have it included!
Jan 9, 2018
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Pumpkin Express
★★★★★
Train car was clean, comfy beds, warm blankets
Dec 29, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Pumpkin Express
★★★★★
Comfortable and easy
Dec 13, 2017
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
The train left and arrived on time. The beds are basic but enough to get a few hours sleep. Charge point for phone which is good. Would recommend trying to get a lower bunk. Need to improve bathroom areas.
Dec 3, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
I travelled with a family of 5 with advanced booking. However, the ticketing counter was dismissive when I requested that the 6 carriage (not cabins) separation between me and the rest of my family be modified. We boarded early and I stayed with my family till about 5 min before departure to head to my assigned bed 6 carriages away and to my horror, someone was already there because the carriage master assumed I am not turning up and allowed some else to switch beds. Took a while to get them to get my bed back in order. This is not my first travel on Vietnam railways but this trip was most diasapointing.
Nov 17, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Great train, easy electronic tickets, and nice experience.
Nov 2, 2017
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper, King Express
★★★★★
Perfect way to get to Sapa! The bed was comfortable (for a sleeper on a train, of course) and the ride went smoothly.
Oct 29, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Livitrans Express
★★☆☆☆
Need thicker mattress. Better snacks and free coffee should have been included. Very grumpy carriage lady!
Oct 27, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Livitrans Express
★★★☆☆
It was absolutely freezing all night long: that combined with the very rough train ride made sleeping fairly difficult. Take a lot of warm clothing and a hat! Very thin mattress so hard bed. It was an on time departure and arrival. Also, my voucher said that I was to pick up the ticket at the actual carriage on the train, but in fact I had to ask around - a man was just walking round the waiting room looking for people on his list: fairly hit and miss, but I did get the ticket. Also I had asked for a lower berth and said that I would not want a ticket if that was not available, but my ticket was an upper berth. Luckily I was able to change it as I was there early. But be careful - there are no ladders to the top berths so they require considerable agility.
Oct 15, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Fanxipan
★★☆☆☆
Comfy and clean bed, but super annoying drinks cart sellers!! Also some guys (im not whether they are trains staff) talked very loud for a few hours in front of our sleeping coach!!!! I could barely sleep before 1.30 am. However, when it came to a situation that we had to be transferred by buses for 1/2-1 hours, the trains staff managed smoothly...very well organized.
Oct 15, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Orient Express
★★★☆☆
Facilities were good but extremely noisy train and very bumpy ride. Hardly got any sleep.
Oct 9, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Pumpkin Express
★★★☆☆
火车睡铺整体是不错,但火车的一切都需付费,这点不够透明化
Oct 3, 2017
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Excellent value for money. The train left on time and arrived early:) it was a bit wobbly at first (felt like being on a boat), but I was able to fall asleep soon enough. The trains are more spacious than expected. I recommend the upper berth.
Sep 30, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Orient Express
★★★★☆
Excellent cabin plenty of room complimentary water clean But if you are more than 5' 9" tuck your knees up in the bunks Train was on time leaving and arriving morning coffee served hot Great service
Sep 23, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Train was okay, getting in was easy and no hassle, staff seemed friendly. Be sure to get the lower bunks, because the air conditioning only kinda cools the above bunks. All the heat goes up ;) Beds were as comfortable as can be in a train. Restrooms up to improving, to be honest. Really dirty and smelly.
Sep 22, 2017
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper 4x, Chapa Express
★★★★☆
The bed was clean and enjoyed theamenities . I did not try the washroom. Also, lost a star because the train left 30 minutes early which is not ideal if you purchased ticket expecting it to leave at 10pm. As well, I had to exchange my voucher for ticket which was burdensome and no one would explain to me.
Aug 5, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Pumpkin Express
★★★★☆
Very nice except 1 toilet not working
Jul 31, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Userfriendly site. Worked perfectly to order your traintickets
Jul 31, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Pumpkin Express
★★☆☆☆
The ride with Pumpkin to Lao Cai ws not worth the premium price.
Jul 21, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Fanxipan
★★★☆☆
Nice beds/"room", dirty toilet
Jul 11, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Orient Express
★★★☆☆
The train was fine, but it was not clear where at the station we had to be.
Jun 29, 2017
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper 4x, Sapaly Express
★★★☆☆
Nice trip. Bed comfortable. Only problems are air conditioning old system noisy and impossible to adjust and badroom very little and uncomfortable. Maybe looking other companies for more confort
Jun 14, 2017
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper, Sapaly Express
★★☆☆☆
Pros - Clean cabin - Soft bed - Good staff ------------ Cons - Extremely Noisy - Very bumpy, we couldnt get any sleep at all - Tickets are way too expensive for what you get. ----------- Verdict - Get a sleeper bus, its much cheaper. The whole point of sleeper train is to get some sleep, but its pointless and impossible to do that. We took a bus ride back from sapa to hanoi during day time and it was much better and cheaper.
Jun 12, 2017
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Very easy trip, everything ran smoothly and the train was very clean/nice. The line is rocky but I slept well until we were woken up for tea/coffee about 15 mins before arriving.
Jun 12, 2017
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
Booking was very easy but don't expect first class cabin :)
May 9, 2017
train #SP1 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Awesome train ride. Nice and comfortable for the value.
Apr 25, 2017
train #SP3 VIP Sleeper 4x, Sapaly Express
★★★★★
We went to Sapa with night train of Sapaly Express. The beds ware clean. They gave us biscuts, water, coffee and te. The toilets was clean even in the morning. I recomand them. We slept very well and in the morning arrived in time in Sapa.