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From Nha Trang to Da Nang by train

03:21
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12:45
DNA Danang, Da Nang
9h 24m
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From Nha Trang Sinh to Da Nang by bus+bus joint ticket

19:00
Nha Trang Sinh
06:00
Hoi An Sinh, Quang Nam
11h
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08:30
Hoi An Sinh, Quang Nam
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Danang Sinh, Da Nang
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From Nha Trang Hanh Cafe to Da Nang by bus

19:30
Nha Trang Hanh Cafe
09:00
Da Nang Hanh Cafe
13h 30m

From Cam Ranh Airport to Da Nang by flight

10:10
CXR Cam Ranh Airport, Nha Trang
11:15
DAD Da Nang Airport
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How to get to Danang from Nha Trang

Why go to Danang

Though the overwhelming majority of tourists who pass through Danang are actually heading to Hoi An, step by step Danang is becoming a destination of its own. Vietnam’s third most important city after Hanoi and Saigon, Danang is getting more and more gentrified. Coasts lined with resorts and hotels and exciting international dining scene attract quite a few Asian tourists and Westerners are starting to include Danang into their travel itinerary, too. There is a lot of colonial architecture to be seen in Danang if you venture further inland from the seaside, and foodies will definitely appreciate thriving street food scene. Many visitors say that people in Danang are among the most hospitable people in the whole country, and it looks like it is the right time to explore this destination by yourself before it is flooded with package tourists from around the world.

From Nha Trang to Danang

The road distance from Nha Trang to Danang is about 520 km. Travelling overland either by bus or train will take you around 10 hours. You have more choices with trains but tourist buses are usually cheaper with their departure and arrival points located closer to the most tourist areas.

From Nha Trang to Danang by train

Currently there is a choice of at least five trains for travelling from Nha Trang to Danang. All of them are passing through trains on their route from Saigon to Hanoi. During peak tourist periods additional seasonal trains ply the same route. These are marked from SE21 to SE24. Schedule-wise they are often the most convenient ones for travelling from Nha Trang to Danang: e.g. check SE22, leaving Nha Trang at 7.55pm and arriving to Danang at 6.15am the next morning. They may also have private cars attached. SE22, for instance, features a Livitrans Express car which is a much more comfortable and hasslefree way to travel, though a costlier one – a berth in a VIP sleeper for four passengers will cost you about USD40, compared to USD30 for a first class sleeper and USD25 for a second class sleeper in an ordinary car.

Arguably the best option is the night train TN2 at 9.30pm from Nha Trang reaching Danang at 8.35am. Note that it has no first class sleeping cars; only seats and second class sleepers (USD16 and USD22 respectively).

From Nha Trang to Danang by bus

It is possible to get from Nha Trang to Hoi An and further to Danang by tourist bus. Several companies including The Sinh Tourist offer this service. Note that not all the companies providing direct buses from Nha Trang to Danang enjoy great reputation. It may prove a better idea to use a reliable operator to get from Nha Trang to Hoi An (VND300.000/USD14; 11 hours) first and then change to a local bus or take a train [from Hoi An to Danang](/en/travel/ hoi-an-sinh/danang) (VND/USD4; one hour). Local buses connect Nha Trang with Danang, too, and cost about 20% less than tourist buses.

Note Possibly the most convenient thing about taking a tourist bus from Nha Trang to Hoi An or Danang is that normally these buses pick up their passengers in the most popular tourist areas. That means you do not need to get to the ordinary bus station or railway station first. It is especially convenient if you have heavy luggage.

Tip: For those who wish to travel from Hoi An to Danang with greater comfort, DTW Charter offers taxi service priced between USD20 and USD30 depending on the type of the vehicle (Toyota Innova for three pax or Ford Transit for 7 pax) any time of the day.

From Nha Trang to Danang by plane

Airplane can whisk you from Nha Trang to Danang in sheer 1½ hour, which is definitely good news. Unfortunately, the leading local low cost airline, VietJet Air, does not serve the route, and this is bad news. If you are lucky enough, though, you can catch a deal with the national flag carrier, Vietnam Airlines, for about USD50 one-way. Currently there are two morning flights from Nha Trang to Danang, at 6.05am and 10.55am.

In Nha Trang, the airport is located 30 km south of the city. You can get there by taxi (from VND250.000 to 350.000/~USD15; book with your accommodation) or by airport minibus which departs from Cam Ranh airport bus station in the southern end of Than Phu (USD3). Leave at least one hour to get to the airport from there.

In Danang, the airport is right in the centre of the city. From there it is only about three km to Bach Dang and Than Phu area, which form the epicentre of tourist life in the city.

Getting around in Danang

Danang is a big city; and if you are not going to limit yourself with Bach Dang and Tran Phu area, you will need wheels. Motorbikes are rented out by many hotels and rental shops in Danang. Expect to pay about USD5-USD6 (VDN120.000) per day. Motorbike is definitely the most convenient way to get around in Danang, but strictly speaking it is illegal to ride one without a valid Vietnam driving licence, though this is widely ignored unless you are involved into an accident. Compared to Hanoi or Saigon, traffic in Danang is moderate, so riding a motorbike is relatively comfortable.

There are metered taxis in Danang, and motorbike taxis are also available if you do not want to rent a vehicle. Both are wonderfully affordable.

Where to stay in Danang

For those who want stay close to restaurants and nightlife, the best areas to look for accommodation are Bach Dang, which faces the river, and Tran Phu, which runs parallel to the riverfront and is slightly cheaper. There is a good choice of reasonably priced mid-ranged hotels (about USD25) there. If you are looking for cheaper deals, check the eastern bank of the River where Tran Hung Dao Street hosts a collection of smaller hotels selling their rooms at about USD15. Neither western nor eastern bank digs are close to the beach, but both boast great river views.

If beach is your thing, choose one of the three beach areas. The most popular beach in Danang is My Khe Beach, also known as China Beach. To reach it, cross the river over the Dragon bridge (Cau Rong), which is rather spectacular – especially at night. To the north of My Khe lies Pham Van Dong, and to the south – Holiday Beach (or Ngu Hahn Son area) popular with surfers thanks to all season high waves; it arguably has the best beach and the vibe of the whole area. The accommodation close to the beach is predictably pricier or – if you need to stay on a budget – be ready to get a cramped windowless room a couple of blocks from the seaside: these are usually filled up by locals during weekends.

Things to do in Danang

Danang is not home to many high profile sights but if you find yourself in the region, there are a couple of things definitely not to be missed. The first one is the Cham Museum which was established under the patronage of the l'École française d'Extrême-Orient. The rooms of the museum host over 400 pieces attributed to Champa Kingdom, which dates back to as early as the 2nd century AC. It is the largest collection of the kind in the world, and even those who prefer to hunt for ancient artifacts not in museum showcases but ‘in the wild’ will be impressed.

The second one is the Marble Mountains in Ngu Hanh Son District. The five mountains bear the names of the five elements and are cut through by a number of tunnels opening to cave sanctuaries, grottoes and chambers some of which contain stone images of Hindu and Buddhist deities. Climb the mount Thuy Son for a panoramic view of the area.

Your onward travel from Danang

From Danang to Hoi An

A historic town of Hoi An, which attracts a lion’s share of tourists passing through Danang, has no train station of its own. To get to Hoi An from Danang, take a taxi, a local bus or a minivan. The distance between Danang and Hoi An is about 30 km, and your trip is going to last from 45 minutes to one hour. Taxis are very affordable – a ride from Danang to Hoi An should not cost more than USD15 for a small vehicle and under USD30 for a bigger one, accommodating up to nine passengers. Local buses are dirt-cheap and cost less than USD1. Tourist buses cost more (USD6; The Sinh Tourist), but may be convenient as they pick up passengers in Bach Dang area in Danang and call to the centrally located Sinh Cafe in Hai Ba Trung Road in Hoi An.

From Danang to Lang Co

Lang Co is an easy day trip from Danang. It offers a beautiful stretch of sand fringed with palm trees bordered by a lagoon on one side and the sea on the other one. You can take a train from Danang to Lang Co – the trip will last 1½ hour. For a day in Lang Co, consider one of the morning trains, e.g. SE22 or SE2, leaving Danang at 6.30am and 8.35am respectively. Seats cost USD4 (VND90.000). A more expensive but very picturesque way to get from Danang to Lang Co is to get a taxi. Ask your driver to go via Hai Van Pass and enjoy the scenery. It is the old highway, which was used prior to the new tunnel. If you have not visited Bach Ma National Park yet, you can do it from Lang Co.

From Danang to Hue and further north

There is a good choice of trains from Danang to Hue and further north throughout the day. Travel time to Hue by train is 3½ hours with seats in a second class AC car sold from VND125.00 (USD6); berths in sleeping cars go a bit higher (USD8), but it makes more sense to opt for a seat as the journey is not long.

Sleeping cars tickets [to Hanoi}(/en/travel/da-nang/hanoi) start from VND730.000/USD33 (second class sleeper) and up to VND970.000/USD50 (first class sleeper) – always check that you are buying a sleeper, not a seats-only ticket as it takes from 16 to 18 hours to get to Hanoi from Danang – a bit too long to spend the whole journey on your lower back! Private companies (Violette Express or Livitrans Express) charge more – a berth in a VIP sleeper sets you USD90 back. Both companies have their cars attached to SE2 train, which calls to Danang at 12.45pm and reaches the capital early the next morning at 4.50am.

Passenger reviews out of total 3,619 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.

Jul 17, 2018
train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
I really enjoyed the train ride, but the toilets were pretty gross but what you’d expect
Jul 15, 2018
train #SE2 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
Was delayed over 1hr from Nah Trang, air con not continuously working, Long journey around 10hrs but much cheaper than flying
Jul 10, 2018
train #SE2 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
The cabin was clean as were the toilets. Scenery was beautiful! There was food up for offer but we had bought snacks. Hot water is available if you ring noodles (just bring ones in cups rather than bowls - the train moves so much the water will spill out!). Only thing I could be negative about is that when you book the tickets in the cabin, we thought we had bought bottom bunks but the seat selection map is upside down and we ended up with top bunks. But it was no big deal in the end. Will recommend to friends and family :)
Jul 6, 2018
train #SE2 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
We wanted to book the first class sleeper, but all the seats were taken so we booked the second class chairs instead. The train was 60mins delayed, but people were very helpful, even though their English wasn’t very good. The train was OK but for a long ride I would definitely prefer more comfort. However, air conditioning worked perfectly and the trip went faster than expected. Booking with 12GO Asia was easy and the instructions were very clear.
Jun 21, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★★★★
Really comfortable and clean. The staff really nice and stop every 2hours for peeing or eating
Jun 19, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
Train was one hour late. The WiFi didn’t work and people were smoking in first class.
Jun 10, 2018
train #SE22 Class II Sleeper AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
Hassles with people already in our beds, noisy speaker announcing the next station at regular intervals.
Jun 9, 2018
avia Economy, Vietnam Airlines
★★★★★
Awesome experience go and book a trip
May 26, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★☆☆☆
No wifi - no instructions that our seats were numbered - no gentle wake-up, just a loud scream - no person who can even speak one word of English - the steward just moved bags without asking.
May 19, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★☆☆☆
There was no wifi, no toilets and the staff was very cold. We reached at 5 in morning and there was nothing around to reach to our destination. Time for this one needs to change.
May 17, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Tidy cabins, and a reasonably comfortable ride. My only complaint is that the WC was horrible smelling, however generally the ride was pleasant.
May 11, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★★☆☆
The bus itself was amazing no bad comments! Although as a "night" bus we left Nha trang at 7 pm and the driver got us to hoi an by 4:30 am. It was pitch black outside. Nothing open no taxi around and yelled at everyone to get off. We were stranded for several hours. Maybe the bus schedule should leave abit later?!
May 7, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★★☆☆
No toilet and no wifi but arrived in time and comfortable ( I'm a short person so maybe not for everyone ).
May 4, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
Train was an hour late. Otherwise good service
May 3, 2018
train #SE8 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
On time departure and arrival. Helpful staff. Toilet facilities need improvement.
May 3, 2018
train #SE4 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Was very easy and affordable
May 2, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
My husband & I travelled on the overnight train from Nha Trang to Danang. It was 30 mins late departing but as it was 845 pm departing instead of 811 pm on the SE22 for 797 dong = $45, we had zero complaints. Linen was clean, beds fairly comfy & in a berth for 4. We had 2 too bunks & slept for probably 7 hrs. Toilets not too clean but I managed to abstain from needing to use this facility. I would use this service again as 10 hrs o’nite & no accommodation needed. All in all - good. ???? train ???? ????
Apr 26, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Train was on time and first class cabin for 4 was generally clean albeit with a few bugs around. The toilet was pretty vile but didn’t need to do a great deal so was OK. Lots of screaming kids running through the corridor wasn’t ideal but in Asia is pretty much the norm.
Apr 18, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★★★★
On time and comfortable!
Apr 15, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★★★☆
Great trip, only problem was that the wifi did not work. It let you connect but wouldn't load anything.
Apr 15, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★★★★
One of the newer busses. Super comfortable and early arrival. Very pleased!
Apr 4, 2018
train #SE10 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
We booked the first class sleeper with 4 berths. Departing at 11 pm so we were ready for sleep. We shared with an elderly Vietnamese couple. It’s not all bad, we did sleep and yeah things could of been cleaner , but fair value for the price
Apr 1, 2018
train #SE4 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
We had booked two AC seats and found the journey quite pleasant. The train was clean, and the food was simple but tasty indeed. The only downside is the very loud TV.
Apr 1, 2018
train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
We were on the SE4 train, much better than the SNRT train we’d previously used. The train was much quieter and smoother on the tracks so we were able to sleep. Communal areas were clean. Passengers had obviously been in our cabin on a previous leg of the journey as the sheets were used, but it wasn’t a problem as we had taken our own sleeping bag liners to use, just in case. Train arrived about 10 minutes late but made up time and we arrived in Da Nang on time. Straightforward and easy booking through 12goasia.
Mar 25, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
SE22 from Nha Trang to Danang was one of the dirtiest trains we have been in Southeast Asia. outdated trains from the 60s, cockroaches, unsanitary bathrooms, and not working AC.But train was ontime, all what matters. If possible, please select SE01-SE04, where first class is decent.
Mar 25, 2018
train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Good trip
Mar 25, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
Very dirty
Mar 5, 2018
train #SE4 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Perfectly arranged! Tickets were provided by email and could be shown digital. Train Nha Trang to Danang was on time and seats were comfertable. The loud sound of the television during the trip was however a disaster!
Mar 3, 2018
train #SE10 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
For 1st class it was not up to the mark. Cabins and washroom were not very clean. Good thing about the journey was that there was no delay and no disturbances once we locked the cabin.
Mar 3, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
Took the 1st class on SE22 night train. Bed sheet was old with stains. Don't believe they change the sheets or pillow case after each use. Saw a baby cockroach. Toilet in my coach 10 was not as deplorable as read in some reviews although can be improved. Punctuality needs improvement as was 50mins late in arriving in Danang.
Feb 25, 2018
train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Very easy to book had my ticket via email in about 2 hours, train was clean, 5am got on the train 7am sandwich and water followed by dinner rice pork and some fruit a few hours later all included in the price, staff friendly. If you want relax more go for the 1st class sleeper cabin try to get the lower number bed in the cabin for a better view out the window and use of the table.
Feb 22, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Actually really nice. Was one of the older trains but everything was clean even the toilet!!! Only downside was the driver driving waaaaayy too fast but I’m used to it now in SE Asia! Really nice roommates too!
Feb 4, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
Train was an hour late, bed linens were not clean and door would not lock or stay closed when ever the train would brake or slow down. Barb room was a mess. The booking procedure was excellent with 12GoAsia.
Feb 2, 2018
train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Very reliable company very quick to respond to my various questions. Train, 1st class sleeper was excellent and a surprise breakfast and lunch served in cabin apparently included in ticket. All in all a highly recommend service by all concerned.
Jan 30, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Five stars once you don’t expect a top of the range train you’ll be fine
Jan 25, 2018
train #SE4 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Very comfortable. Took the 5 am train and arrived on time at 2:15. They served a hot meal and we took the 2nd class comfy seats instead of berth. We had the option with the big space in front. That's a table. Everything was perfect
Jan 17, 2018
train #SE10 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
Booked 1st class sleeper. Dirty sheets and pillow cases, mosquitos and cockroaches. I just covered my whole body and face and went to sleep. I’d do it again..
Jan 14, 2018
train #SE8 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
The traintrip was pretty okay, except for the small delay and the A/C (too cold).
Jan 12, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
Disappointed to see no USB ports like the other trains and the bed sheets were still warm from when others had used them before us - need cleaner sheets. Toilet was disgusting! Train on time and efficient though but 1st class was certainly not 1st class standard.
Jan 8, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
Paid max available fare for the soft cabin. Got dirty, crammed and overcrowded carriage. Can't even describe the facilities. No mattress or linen provided for the overnight 10 hour journey. The flight was much cheaper so really can't understand the logic.
Jan 5, 2018
train #SE10 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
We took the 1st class sleeper with 4 beds. The beds are a bit hard and small. (I’m 186cm) But this is an excellent way to travel a large distance overnight. The only thing we were missing was a dining area to get some drinks or foods. The toilets are nasty and smelly
Jan 3, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Very good booking agent service. Train ran exactly to time and was very comfortable (soft sleeper).
Jan 3, 2018
train #SE10 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
The train wasn’t very clean. Used sheets on our beds, so had to ask for clean ones. No clean pillow cases though. And toilets were terrible. Service from 12Go was amazing though.
Jan 1, 2018
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
The train trip was better than expected. The sleeper was clean, I would advise bringing your own pillow case though as it made us more at ease. Bring disinfectant wipes for the toilet seat, also made us more at ease. All in all it was pleasant. It was a little difficult to find out which platform to wait on but after asking around we were sure that we were on the correct platform. 12Go Asia made it very easy to book and we printed the boarding passes so there was no need to collect from operator.
Dec 30, 2017
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
trains are on time and cabins are relatively clean and comfortable. I only rated it 3/5 because there are a few little cockroaches in the cabin
Dec 24, 2017
train #SE10 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
The sheets and blankets weren’t even cleaned. There was a lot of hair on my pillow because someone had just slept in it.
Dec 24, 2017
train #SE10 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
Did not recognize any VIP of the VIP Sleeper, but definitely more comfortable than a 6 bed trip.
Dec 23, 2017
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
Smelly, unclean, loud and uncomfortable.
Dec 15, 2017
train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
I enjoyed the SE4 train. Clean and Updated cabins.
Dec 13, 2017
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Great service. It was little long time and i was worried that reservation will come or not. At the end all worked well.
Dec 11, 2017
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
It wasn’t comfortable, the beds were very hard, aircon was on and off all night and at times the smell of urine was present, the announcement system had no volume control which blared out every stop waking us up 6 or 7 times. However, the train ride was is an experience I wouldn’t want to miss (have done it before and will again) and it provides excellent travel plan to avoid losing wasted time at airports during the day and is cheap accommodation overnight. 12GO Asia booking service was simple and reliable.
Dec 4, 2017
train #SE10 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Amazing experience, if your over 6ft tall good luck on the beds.
Nov 29, 2017
train #SE10 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Room and bed tidy and clean. The bathroom was a bit smelly, though
Oct 28, 2017
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Вагон неудобный.
Oct 22, 2017
train #SE4 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Good service But a bit loudly staff shouting through the cabine egen selling their stuff.
Sep 20, 2017
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
The train wasn't in the best condition and the pillow and duvet smelt. The air con was good and kept the cabin cold though.
Aug 15, 2017
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★☆☆☆
The beds were to small, i am 185cm and my legs started camping.
Aug 12, 2017
train #SE4 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Met our expectations,staff were very helpful and friendly, cabin was clean. Arrived 15 mins late but made up the time along the way. The beds are quite hard and the toilets could be improved greatly but overall a good experience..
Aug 6, 2017
train #SE8 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
We had a good trip. Seats where spacey and fine. Enough food to buy during the trip. After sunset there where some bugs and the seats we thought we booked where not the one we got. It was hard to find them on the ticket (also because they where 1, 2, 3, 4)
Aug 2, 2017
train #SE22 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
comfy beds good sleep quiet night