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From Ho Chi Minh Kumho 2 to Nha Trang by bus

10:00
Ho Chi Minh Kumho 2
19:30
Nha Trang Kumho
9h 30m
20:30
Ho Chi Minh Kumho 2
06:00
Nha Trang Kumho
9h 30m
22:00
Ho Chi Minh Kumho 2
07:30
Nha Trang Kumho
9h 30m

From Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang by train

06:00
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
13:33
NTR Nha Trang
7h 33m
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SGO Ho Chi Minh City
13:33
NTR Nha Trang
7h 33m
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SGO Ho Chi Minh City
13:33
NTR Nha Trang
7h 33m
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09:00
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
16:23
NTR Nha Trang
7h 23m
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SGO Ho Chi Minh City
16:23
NTR Nha Trang
7h 23m
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SGO Ho Chi Minh City
16:23
NTR Nha Trang
7h 23m
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11:15
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
19:25
NTR Nha Trang
8h 10m
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11:15
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
19:25
NTR Nha Trang
8h 10m
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11:15
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
19:25
NTR Nha Trang
8h 10m
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11:50
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
20:04
NTR Nha Trang
8h 14m
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11:50
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
20:04
NTR Nha Trang
8h 14m
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11:50
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
20:04
NTR Nha Trang
8h 14m
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14:40
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
23:51
NTR Nha Trang
9h 11m
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SGO Ho Chi Minh City
23:51
NTR Nha Trang
9h 11m
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14:40
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
23:51
NTR Nha Trang
9h 11m
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19:45
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
03:21
NTR Nha Trang
7h 36m
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19:45
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
03:21
NTR Nha Trang
7h 36m
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19:45
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
03:21
NTR Nha Trang
7h 36m
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20:30
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
05:35
NTR Nha Trang
9h 5m
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SGO Ho Chi Minh City
05:35
NTR Nha Trang
9h 5m
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SGO Ho Chi Minh City
05:35
NTR Nha Trang
9h 5m
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20:30
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
05:30
NTR Nha Trang
9h
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SGO Ho Chi Minh City
05:35
NTR Nha Trang
9h 5m
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21:25
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
06:19
NTR Nha Trang
8h 54m
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21:55
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
04:54
NTR Nha Trang
6h 59m
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21:55
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
04:54
NTR Nha Trang
6h 59m
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21:55
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
04:54
NTR Nha Trang
6h 59m
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21:55
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
04:54
NTR Nha Trang
6h 59m
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22:20
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
07:15
NTR Nha Trang
8h 55m
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22:20
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
07:15
NTR Nha Trang
8h 55m
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22:25
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
07:32
NTR Nha Trang
9h 7m
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22:25
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
07:32
NTR Nha Trang
9h 7m
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22:25
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
07:32
NTR Nha Trang
9h 7m
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22:50
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
07:48
NTR Nha Trang
8h 58m
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22:50
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
07:48
NTR Nha Trang
8h 58m
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SGO Ho Chi Minh City
07:48
NTR Nha Trang
8h 58m
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23:35
SGO Ho Chi Minh City
10:35
NTR Nha Trang
11h
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From 205 Pham Ngu Lao to Nha Trang by bus

08:00
205 Pham Ngu Lao, Ho Chi Minh
19:00
07 Hoang Hoa Tham, Nha Trang
11h
09:00
205 Pham Ngu Lao, Ho Chi Minh
20:00
07 Hoang Hoa Tham, Nha Trang
11h
10:00
205 Pham Ngu Lao, Ho Chi Minh
21:00
07 Hoang Hoa Tham, Nha Trang
11h
11:00
205 Pham Ngu Lao, Ho Chi Minh
22:00
07 Hoang Hoa Tham, Nha Trang
11h
19:30
205 Pham Ngu Lao, Ho Chi Minh
06:30
07 Hoang Hoa Tham, Nha Trang
11h
20:00
205 Pham Ngu Lao, Ho Chi Minh
07:00
07 Hoang Hoa Tham, Nha Trang
11h
20:30
205 Pham Ngu Lao, Ho Chi Minh
07:30
07 Hoang Hoa Tham, Nha Trang
11h
21:00
205 Pham Ngu Lao, Ho Chi Minh
08:00
07 Hoang Hoa Tham, Nha Trang
11h
21:30
205 Pham Ngu Lao, Ho Chi Minh
08:30
07 Hoang Hoa Tham, Nha Trang
11h
22:00
205 Pham Ngu Lao, Ho Chi Minh
09:00
07 Hoang Hoa Tham, Nha Trang
11h
22:30
205 Pham Ngu Lao, Ho Chi Minh
09:30
07 Hoang Hoa Tham, Nha Trang
11h

From Mien Dong to Nha Trang by bus

08:00
Mien Dong, Ho Chi Minh
20:00
Nha Trang Southern Bus
12h
09:00
Mien Dong, Ho Chi Minh
21:00
Nha Trang Southern Bus
12h
10:30
Mien Dong, Ho Chi Minh
22:30
Nha Trang Southern Bus
12h
21:30
Mien Dong, Ho Chi Minh
09:30
Nha Trang Southern Bus
12h
22:00
Mien Dong, Ho Chi Minh
10:00
Nha Trang Southern Bus
12h
22:30
Mien Dong, Ho Chi Minh
10:30
Nha Trang Southern Bus
12h

From Mien Tay Bus station to Nha Trang by bus

08:00
Mien Tay Bus station, Ho Chi Minh
19:00
Nha Trang Southern Bus
11h
10:00
Mien Tay Bus station, Ho Chi Minh
21:00
Nha Trang Southern Bus
11h
12:00
Mien Tay Bus station, Ho Chi Minh
23:00
Nha Trang Southern Bus
11h
19:00
Mien Tay Bus station, Ho Chi Minh
06:00
Nha Trang Southern Bus
11h
20:00
Mien Tay Bus station, Ho Chi Minh
07:00
Nha Trang Southern Bus
11h
21:00
Mien Tay Bus station, Ho Chi Minh
08:00
Nha Trang Southern Bus
11h
22:00
Mien Tay Bus station, Ho Chi Minh
09:00
Nha Trang Southern Bus
11h

From Ho Chi Minh Hanh Cafe to Nha Trang by bus

08:00
Ho Chi Minh Hanh Cafe
17:30
Nha Trang Hanh Cafe
9h 30m
20:00
Ho Chi Minh Hanh Cafe
05:30
Nha Trang Hanh Cafe
9h 30m
20:30
Ho Chi Minh Hanh Cafe
06:00
Nha Trang Hanh Cafe
9h 30m
21:00
Ho Chi Minh Hanh Cafe
06:30
Nha Trang Hanh Cafe
9h 30m
22:00
Ho Chi Minh Hanh Cafe
07:30
Nha Trang Hanh Cafe
9h 30m

How to get from Saigon to Nha Trang

How to get from Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) to Nha Trang

What about

Nha Trang is the dominant seaside city of Vietnam. Beautiful white sand beaches run the length of the city and some of the best resorts in the country extend to the north and south. Once the sun sets, you will find a vibrant nightlife scene with restaurants, bars and clubs that span all tastes and preferences. From elegant cafes to thumping discos on the beach, there is something for everyone to enjoy after a relaxing day on the beach.

From Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) to Nha Trang

It is simple to travel from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang by train, bus or plane and there are even two private luxury train services from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang. The overland trip takes between seven and 11 hours, often overnight. There are regular daily flights from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang’s International Airport at Cam Ranh which is approximately 35 kilometers south of the city.

From Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang by train

You have the option of several different Vietnam National Railways services from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang everyday and a once daily private train services provided by Saigon Golden Train and Livitrans Express. The morning trains from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang depart at 6am, 7.53am and 9am and get to Nha Trang seven and a half hours later. These are followed by 11.55am and 1pm departures which take you from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang by 8pm and 9.30pm the same evening.

Vietnam Railways has six overnight trains departing Ho Chi Minh City between 7.30pm and 10.30pm and arriving in Nha Trang early the next morning (VND640.000/USD30 for a berth in an AC second class sleeping car). The Saigon Golden Train and Livitrans Express from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang depart at 8.30pm and get to Nha Trang at 5.30am the following morning (VND1.100.000/USD50). These private train services can offer a more relaxing and comfortable journey with cleaner compartments, usable toilets and dedicated staff to assist any needs that may arise. Both Livitrans Express and Saigon Golden Train serve a small selection of snacks and drinks with more available for purchase. With all overnight trains from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang it is advisable to inform your hotel of your arrival time to ensure everything is ready when you get in as the usual check-in hour is after midday but with a prior notice you may sometimes get a room earlier.

From Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang by bus

The Sinh Tourist has two busses departing daily from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang both costing about USD10 (VND240.000). The first bus to Nha Trang from Ho Chi Minh City starts at 7.15am and arrives at 6.30pm with the whole trip taking just over 11 hours. The second is an overnight bus from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang, which takes only 10 hours; it departs at 8pm and arrives in Nha Trang by 6am the following morning.

Getting around in Nha Trang

While there are xe om (motorcycle taxi) drivers on every corner offering rides (and more), you are better off taking a metered taxi. If possible look for the green Mai Linh taxis as these tend to be the most reliable. Should you absolutely need to use a xe om, know that it should cost under USD2 (VND40.000) to go anywhere around the city centre.

Nha Trang is easy enough to get around by bicycle and these are widely available at most hotels for a dollar or two per day. For those venturing out of the city to the nearby attractions, your hotel should easily be able to arrange for a motorcycle rental for around USD5 (VND100.000).

Tip: We recommend staying on the roads near the coast and avoiding the AH1 as that can be a harrowing experience for even seasoned riders while the coast highways are relatively calm.

Where to stay in Nha Trang

Nha Trang has hundreds of accommodation options in all price ranges and styles, most within several blocks of the beach. Prices can tend to reflect proximity to the water instead of overall quality, so take that into account when booking. During slow times you can often get large discounts when you book on the spot but do not count on this at 5am after your overnight train journey or during one of the Vietnamese national holidays.

Things to do in Nha Trang

The main draw here is the beach which white sands stretch the length of the city. Beach chairs generally cost a few bucks to rent for the day and vendors stroll by regularly selling snacks and drinks. Depending on various factors both the sand and water can become quite dirty by foreign standards. If this is the case you may want to try Bai Duong beach which is a kilometre and a half north of downtown or if you are feeling adventurous – Bai Dai (Long Beach) which is south of Nha Trang, about half way to the airport along the same road. There are several places to relax and eat here and plenty of undisturbed sand to enjoy.

North of the city centre, on a hill overlooking the Cai River are the Po Nagar Cham Towers. The earliest were constructed in the 7th century and are remnants of the Champa civilization which ruled over much of Vietnam and Cambodia in ancient times. The site is still used today by Buddhist worshippers and is easily reached by bicycle from downtown. Wear modest clothes and expect to pay a small entry fee.

Most popular amongst local tourists is the Vinpearl Land located on an island in Nha Trang Bay and accessible via cable car from south of the city. The island boasts an amusement park, aquarium and water park plus all of the arcade style attractions one would expect to find at such a place.

Water sports of all types are available for people looking to enjoy the ocean. You can learn to surf at Bai Dai, go rafting down the Cai River or enjoy any number of diving and snorkelling outings. The sea life is still recovering from a long history of poorly managed construction and fishing practices but Nha Trang is emerging as a great place to get your diving certification and is certainly worth a few trips for experienced divers.

Onward travel from Nha Trang

After travelling from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang, one can continue north to Danang and Hoi An. It is 11 hours from Nha Trang either to Danang or Hoi An by land or one hour by air.

Hoi An is a popular tourist destination with its famous historical town centre that attracts visitors from all over the world. Both trains and airplanes will take you to Danang and from there you must transfer to Hoi An which is 30 km to the south. The Sinh Tourist has a direct bus route to Hoi An, which departs at 7pm, arrives at 6am and costs USD15.

Another option is to head inland from Nha Trang to Dalat in the central highlands. With the look and feel that is decidedly European and a climate to match, Dalat offers a nice change of pace after the heat of the coast. The Sinh Tourist busses depart daily at 7.30am and 1pm, costing USD5 and making the trip in four hours.

Passenger reviews out of total 4,915 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.

Jun 4, 2019
bus VIP Sleeper 41, Kumho Samco
The sleeper bus was very comfortable and made travelling for 8 hours a lot more pleasant than on a normal bus. We also got a free shuttle bus to our hotel once we arrived in Nha Trang, which we were not expecting. The only negative being that my girlfriend was bitten 8 times during the drive, not sure whether it was the blanket provided or flies on the bus but it did make it uncomfortable for her.
May 22, 2019
train #SE6 Class II Sleeper AC, Vietnam Railways
Clean beds, decent food. Only down side if your over 6ft the beds are too short. Try and get a bottom bunk as you get more head room
May 22, 2019
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
We had quite an enjoyable train journey from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang. We booked a First Class Sleeper, and liked the fact that the beds were fixed and not foldable as we could "sit/or lay back and relax", rather than sit for the whole trip. The airconditioning worked really well, in fact it was quite cool after sunset (However they do provide pillow, and sleeping bag/blanket), so all good, comfortable. And the regular passes by with the food and drink vendors just added to the whole experience, and handy! The cleanliness of the cabin and toilets were pretty much as we expected. Toilet paper was provide... (But travellers tip... Do take a roll of your own toilet paper just in case, not replenished that frequently, so just in case, glad we did). Overall our trip was quite comfortable and good value for money, because after all, we weren't expecting the "Orient Express".
May 21, 2019
train #SE8 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
Easy to find train and comfortable. Unfortunately quite noisy and many people just opening the doors to sell food when you are trying to sleep. Not much communication with English.
May 18, 2019
train #SNT2 VIP Sleeper 4x, Saigon Golden Train
Don't have any expectations and you won't be disappointed I was able to sleep majority of the trip and charge my appliances
May 13, 2019
bus Semi Sleeper, Phuong Trang
Bus was clean and comfortable. The driver was friendly explaining the announcements in English to me.
May 4, 2019
train #SE10 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
Decent ride, good AC, beer and snacks available, friendly staff
Apr 27, 2019
train #SE22 Class II Sleeper AC, Vietnam Railways
Easy booking, minimal markup over official train fare, zero problems. Will use again.
Apr 26, 2019
bus Semi Sleeper, The SinhTourist
The bus was quite smelly. Other than that the trip was convenient and fast.
Apr 19, 2019
train #SE6 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
- AC was not working properly - Train was not on time
Apr 19, 2019
train #SNT2 VIP Sleeper 4x, Livitrans Express
We had a voucher four four people in a 4 person VIP sleeper. I went to the station the day before to try to get the actual tickets with cabin numbers but was told to return a half an hour before the train. We arrived an hour before and were told to wait and then someone ushered us through to the train with just the voucher. He was a helpful employee with no English but he got us to our cabin. The cabin looked fine but the teenage girls with us were freaked out by three different bugs going up the wall. Air con was nice and cold. It is great to leave from city centre in HCMC and arrive into the city centre of Nha Trang. We didn't see much scenery because we went overnight but previously enjoyed good views on longer routes. The toilets were very basic but functional.
Mar 26, 2019
train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
Of course the the standard is not as a western 1. Class train, but it was a very cosy cabin and we managed to get some hours of sleep even though the ride is quite bumpy. We were really glad that we brought snacks since the food from the kitchen did not look that delicious. But all in all a very good experience.
Mar 17, 2019
train #SNT2 VIP Sleeper 4x, Livitrans Express
As with other reviews, there was no Livitrans ticket place at HCMC. We had to ask platform staff for help. Carriage nothing like pictures and no different from standard despite paying extra. Small bottle of water and a face wipe was all that was provided. AC worked. Bring earplugs!
Mar 14, 2019
train #SNT2 VIP Sleeper 4x, Saigon Golden Train
Hmmmm... had a so so Experience- one of the staff in blue uniform( female) in charge of # 10 train car was pretty brutally mean towards myself and my wife , we bought tickets online ahead of time( 2 weeks) and received our tickets at the Ho Chi Minh City train station- as we were boarding, the lady in blue, took our tickets and pointed to car 10. We found our cabin, got settled in, she came along and ordered us out!! Pointing to another cabin 2 doors down- abruptly demanding hurry hurry- ( very bullying)As I was putting my shoes on she yelled hurry hurry!!)...WOW!! Then after we finally got relocated- She ordered us back into the original cabin!???!! Also we paid 135.00 USD for 2 adult sleeper!!- I think the local people paid 20.00 USD or 464,000.00 VND
Mar 7, 2019
train #SE8 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
Smooth and easy. Vietnam railways scanned QR code that 12Go provided...no additional steps required. Ticket showed car number and seat number. All very easy. 12Go is the way to go, unless you're a native.
Mar 6, 2019
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
I cannot fault the hospitality of the staff. It was a toss up between 3 or 4 stars. Like most of Vietnam from my experience, the beds are on the hard side. Being 6'4" I was also just too tall for the bed.
Feb 28, 2019
train #SE6 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
Better than the bus. But still v noisy, with people shouting randomly or repeatedly most of the way. Awful food. Next time i'll def take a couchette, it's quieter at least
Feb 23, 2019
train #SE6 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
A very fun ride through great scenery. Book the bottom bunks not the top.
Feb 21, 2019
train #SE6 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
2 hours delay, very very dirty train, almost No selling of food and drinks, everything was in Vietnamese, very uninterested staff
Feb 19, 2019
train #SE10 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
Train arrived 1 and 1/2 hour late (guess it’s pretty common there, especially during Têt), we get provided water however. Was supposed to arrived around midnight, I arrived to my hotel around 2 am. Beware of the slowliness of this train. Prepare some food (even the selle everywhere on the train station and aboard the train).

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