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From Nha Trang Hanh Cafe to Ho Chi Minh by bus

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How to get from Nha Trang to Saigon

What about

The largest city in Vietnam and the former capital of the Republic of Vietnam is a city of an endless charm. Regardless official renaming into Ho Chi Minh City (or HCMC) after the former Communist leader, it is still widely called by its historical name both by locals and foreigners. If you arrive to HCMC by train, the first thing you will probably notice is large letters ‘Sai Gon’ greeting visitors from atop the railway station.

Elegant colonial buildings and brightly coloured Orient temples; incredibly tasty baguettes in French-style bakeries and two-dollar bowls of famous pho sold by street hawkers; hip young crowd in leafy city parks and dull grey concrete of the communist-era derelicts – Ho Chi Minh has tons of that wonderful flavour of old Saigon in the air. Buzzing with colourful markets, bustling with chaotic traffic, glittering with bright neon signs and shining with smiles of friendly locals Saigon never fails to conquer the hearts of its guests.

From Nha Trang to Saigon

Getting from Nha Trang to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh, or HCMC) is easy both by train and bus, but you have to be ready for rather a longish journey. Trains can save you a couple of hours of your travel time, but buses are a bit cheaper. Anyway, expect to spend from eight to 11 hours on the move between Nha Trang and Saigon.

From Nha Trang to Saigon by train

The fastest trains to get from Nha Trang to Saigon are two night trains (SE1 and SE3), which leave Nha Trang in the evening at 9.25pm and 10.15pm, arriving to Saigon early the next morning (4.40am and 5.20am respectively). Do not fear, though, early hours: life in Asian cities and towns starts much before their Western counterparts wake up, so you will be able to have an early breakfast, take a taxi or just stroll leisurely to your accommodation – it is about three km from Saigon train station to Bui Vien-Pham Ngu Lao area where a lot of budget hotels are located. Both trains offer AC seats and second and first class sleeping cars, and the best choice from the point of view of comfort vs price ratio is probably second class AC sleepers (about VND640.000/USD30).

Though not the fastest one, SE25 at 10.25pm is even more convenient, reaching Saigon at 7am (tickets are sold at the same price).

A more luxurious alternative to ordinary Vietnam National Railways cars, Livitrans Express and Saigon Golden Train, sell berths in VIP sleepers for four passengers in their private cars attached to SNT1 train (it leaves Nha Trang at 7pm and arrives to Saigon at 5am). Tickets are nearly twice as expensive as in ordinary cars and cost VND1.100.000 (USD50) per berth. Private cars guarantee a more comfortable ride and in general a better and more relaxed experience.

All the other trains of Vietnam National Railways provide the same level of service, but are less convenient from the point of view of their schedule. Morning trains rob you off the whole day and two evening trains bring you to Saigon in small hours, which is, actually not a big deal, but you will need either to pay full rate for a hotel room for few remaining morning hours, or to while half the night away at the train station, which is not the best idea at all.

From Nha Trang to Saigon by bus

For those who prefer buses to trains, The Sinh Tourist operates two buses from Nha Trang to Saigon a day, one in the morning at 7.15am, and one in the evening at 7.30pm. Both take about 11 hours to reach Saigon, which is longer than the majority of trains need; but both the morning and the night buses are VIP sleepers which means you can sleep the whole journey through (if you are lucky enough to be able to sleep in such sleeping buses at all!), and cost less than trains (VND220.000-240.000/USD10).

Another good thing about Sinh Tourist buses is that they pick up and drop off their passengers in the heart of tourist activity both in Nha Trang and Saigon. In Nha Trang, The Sinh Tourist Office, from where the company’s buses depart, is located one block away from the sea, at the corner of Hung Vuong and Biet Thu streets. In Saigon, buses head to De Tham street, which connects the famous backpackers headquarters in Saigon, Pham Ngu Lao and Bui Vien streets.

Getting around in Saigon

Even if you are used to renting a motorbike for getting around cities and towns in Asia, think twice before doing it in Saigon. Motorbike traffic is absolutely terrible in the city, two-wheeled transport comes in an endless flow and all you can do is just wonder how the riders manage to avoid constant collisions at roundabouts and junctions. If you are confident in your riding skills, you can easily rent a motorbike in Pham Ngu Lao area for about VND150.000 (USD6-7) per day. As a rule, police do not ask a driving licence, though by law you should have a valid one. Note that many rental agencies would require your passport as a deposit, and in case you have an accident or get your motorbike even slightly damaged, it will be quite hard to negotiate compensation with the owner.

Some people consider cycling around Saigon a good alternative to renting a bike, but again, with thick traffic and polluted air it is not a best option to consider.

Taxis and xe om (motorbike taxis) are wonderfully affordable in Saigon. And while taxis tend to use metres (insist on switching one on if your driver does not do it by default), you should absolutely negotiate the cost of the ride in advance if going by xe om.

Many beautiful temples lie within a walking distance from Pham Ngu Lao area, and strolling the street of the old city filled with colonial mansions make for an atmospheric experience anyway.

If you want to savour real local flavour, take a tricycle, aka cyclo, ride. It is quintessentially Vietnamese experience to be pedalled through heavily trafficked streets with your driver behind you and all the road chaos of cars, bikes and buses rushing right towards your insecure means of transport.

Finally, there are public buses – the cheapest and in most cases the fastest way to move around in Saigon – they are always given way to. The only problem is to figure out which line you need. But as soon as you solve the puzzle, enjoy going local.

Where to stay in Saigon

The prime backpacker’s choice for budget guesthouses is Pham Ngu Lao–Bu Vien area, conveniently located close to Ben Thanh Market. The cheapest rooms can be found at as low as USD10, but USD20 is more realistic amount for which you can get a room in a family-operated guesthouse with private bathroom and air-conditioning. In recent years more and more mid-range hotels are making their way to Pham Ngu Lao, with prices ranging between USD30-USD40. These are mostly clustered around Le Thanh Ton and Ly Tu Trong. If Pham Ngu Lao is too frenetic for you, head to Co Giang Street or Co Bac Street. Both offer quite a decent choice of budget guesthouses but boast a quieter ambiance. The central part of the city is the enclave of luxury hotels and international chains though some great mid-range deals can be found there, too.

Things to do in Saigon

There is soooooo much to do and see in Saigon, that planning your stay may become a real challenge. Do not try to cover all the sights in a couple of days; just pick up a bit of everything to see the many faces of the city.

Walk from District 1 to Cholon to visit some of the best temples in Saigon. These are colourful oasis of tranquillity and peace amidst the sea of loud traffic horns and dust. Do not miss an impressive gilded ship in Nghia An Hoi Quan Pagoda, watch the incense coils hanging from the ceiling in Thien Hau Pagoda, admire four dragon columns brought from China in Ha Chuong Hoi Quan Pagoda and feel as the time slows its pace in a secret Jade Emperor Pagoda. Walk through the rooms and underground tunnels of President Palace complete with rooftop helipad, find out what the modern Vietnamese art is about at rather small but charming Contemporary Art Museum, and study old maps of Saigon and Vietnam at the gorgeous Central Post Office which occupies a stately colonial building inspired by the architecture of Gare d'Orsay in Paris. Indulge in shopping: markets in Saigon are incredibly varied and offer an abundance of great finds – from excellent local coffee to stylish gold jewellery.

Last but not least – set on a culinary tour of Ho Chi Minh which is a foodie’s paradise. From Pho 2000 proud for having fed even President Bill Clinton with their soup to elegant Fanny ice-cream cafe with mind-blowing choice of frozen delights, you will have plenty of gastronomic fun in Saigon.

Your onward travel from Saigon

There is a choice of international buses, which connect Saigon with Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. The trip takes about seven hours with any company and costs between USD13 (The Sinh Tourist) and USD18 (Giant Ibis Company).

You can further connect from Saigon via Phnom Penh to Siem Reap to pay respect to amazing temples of Angkor (from 17 hours with Giant Ibis Transport).

Low-cost airlines fly between Saigon and neighbouring countries, the most popular destinations being Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia (from USD50 one-way with Air Asia) and Bangkok in Thailand (from USD60).

Passenger reviews out of total 3,531 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.

Oct 5, 2018
train #SE21 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
Booked 1st class soft sleeper. Bedding and compartment dirty but at least the SE21 had longer and slightly less hard sleeping bunks than the SE3 and SE7. I would highly recommend bringing your own sleeping bag / sac and pillow case. Toilets not great and no toilet paper. I have done a lot of train travel and the Vietnamese have a long way to go to call this a 1st class soft sleeper.
Sep 29, 2018
avia Economy, VietJet Air
★★☆☆☆
Delayed 1.5hours
Sep 23, 2018
train #SE7 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
Train was delayed. The cabin slept 4, but no option to sit if you were on the top 2 bunks which we were. When booking go for the lower numbers in your room. Second class has 6 bunks per room. We were in first class and still had little to no room for luggage... This meant tripping over it if you wanted to go to the toilet. Ok for a pee if you are a guy. Wouldn't want to be a female.
Sep 17, 2018
train #SE3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Easy, cheap, efficient booking process, and fairly fast delivery of the electronic ticket. Time saved when compared to buying directly from the train station. Recommended.
Sep 13, 2018
train #SE7 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
The train was on time, no problems with seating, and we arrived on time. No complaints.
Aug 22, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★★★☆
Very good, only the arrival time was 2 hours early. So we were in the middle of the night in ho chi Minh. We travel with kids, so that was a little hard
Aug 21, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★★☆☆
Thank's for respect time to go , but also time to leave the bus... when you say and write passengers will leave at 6:30 , please don't leave entire family on the road at 4:00 AM...
Aug 14, 2018
train #SNT1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Saigon Golden Train
★★★★☆
Yet again very unhelpful staff at station. More english announcements would be useful.
Jul 28, 2018
train #SNT3 Class II Sleeper AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
the bed should be improve
Jul 19, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★★★★
Всё было очень комфортно и быстро. Прибыли на час раньше.
Jul 18, 2018
train #SE5 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Good as expected
Jul 18, 2018
train #SNT3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
The label "soft bed" is not correct. We could smell the diesel inside the cabin while we where on the move. The top beds in the cabin require serious Ninja skills to get in.
Jul 13, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★★☆☆
It was not as bad as all the reviews. 7 of us traveled and slept most of the way. My husband who is a big man at 6.10 was a little uncomfortable but was at back of bus so had room for his long legs.
Jun 29, 2018
train #SE21 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
Sleeping bed was dirty
Jun 29, 2018
train #SNT1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Saigon Golden Train
★★★★★
clean train
May 30, 2018
train #SE7 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
train was late
May 15, 2018
train #SE25 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
The train itself was nice - fairly modern and clean. However it was impossible to sleep because the train moves violently from side to side all night!
May 9, 2018
train #SNT1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Saigon Golden Train
★★★★☆
Cabin was comfortable. Toilet was clean at the beginning of the trip, but not towards the end and the cabin was slightly mouldy. Those are the only complaints. Loved the song when entering HCMC!
May 8, 2018
train #SE3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
This time it was a very great travel experience travelling first class. Big beds and everything was clean! Always again! Thank youuuu
Apr 23, 2018
train #SE3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Flawless booking and trip
Apr 16, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★★★★
Very nice !
Mar 29, 2018
train #SE7 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Sleepers were good, I slept. nice to have your own space during journey. would pick a sleeper cabin again.
Mar 27, 2018
train #SE21 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Great service from 12.go Asia - just remember to wake up in time for your stop as they don't speak much English!
Mar 7, 2018
train #SE7 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★☆☆
It was very hot on the top bunk and hard to move around the carriages with lots of people blocking the way. It was also difficult to stop people from coming into our cabin and overcrowding it. Improved air conditioning or extra fans in the cabins would greatly improve the experience.
Feb 19, 2018
train #SE7 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Nice trip. Train on time. Met some Vietnamese families which was interesting.
Feb 14, 2018
train #SE1 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
Everything's on the point. ????????
Feb 9, 2018
train #SE7 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Very happy with the ride and service. The price was good. A comfortable 7.5 hours. Will definitely use the train again the next time I'm in Vietnam
Feb 8, 2018
train #SE3 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
Bed linen was used, the garbage was full, the train was very noisy and was blowing from the window. The seats in the first class are very rigid. I'll never choose this transportation.
Feb 5, 2018
train #SE7 Class II AC, Vietnam Railways
★★★★★
Every thing went perfect
Feb 3, 2018
train #SNT1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Saigon Golden Train
★★★★☆
Very good service from 12Go Asia. The train trip itself was good. We arrived in Saigon earlier than we expected - 4am instead of 5:25. The beds in soft class are still quite hard, but everything else was good.
Jan 31, 2018
train #SE7 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
No problems at all. Very quick and efficient. Train was relatively clean, we got fresh bedding when we got on the train and we had a 4 berth cabin to the 2 of us. Good air con and pleasant journey
Jan 2, 2018
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★☆☆☆
So again the wifi on the bus didn't work and there was no toilet on the bus as is insisted upon on the website. However, the two stars are because although I booked a sleeper bus, I couldn't get any sleep because they put me in the very back seat where the seat doesn't recline. At all. All the other seats recline....so you can sleep.... it's the first thing people do to get comfortable is recline the seat because nobody sleeps sitting up vertically. So instead I was in the back, and there is a place for some of the (drivers?) to lie down completely (because....we need to recline to sleep) and they guy goes straight away to sleep. So you are sat in front of him just listening to him snore and watching everyone else be comfortable and snooze....while you are sat up at a 90 degree angle the whole time. Just take a flight.
Dec 31, 2017
train #SE1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Violette Express Train
★★★★★
It’s really clean and comfortable. Not as stuffy as the 4 berth in Vietnam railway. They offered us some snacks, fruit and beer when boarded. The restroom is clean. Would definitely ride with them again
Dec 29, 2017
train #SNT1 VIP Sleeper 4x, Saigon Golden Train
★★★★☆
Trip was comfortable, and was actually an hour early, which is impressive, a little bit cold, as you can't turn off the Aircon. Happy with trip
Dec 27, 2017
train #SE7 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
Did not expect cockcroaches in the cabin, beds were way smaller than other cabins & loud speaker volume was broken so we were woken up at EVERY stop! Got no sleep at all
Dec 26, 2017
train #SNT1 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★★★☆
The trip overall is fine . Just at first the officer anounced all the information in vietnamese . So we just have to look at the board since we not sure when our train is board /arrive .
Dec 12, 2017
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★★☆☆
Staff in the office in Nha Trang and on the bus not friendly. During the journey there was so much unnecessary beeping by the driver (like everywhere in Vietnam) which interfered with being able to sleep. Didn’t feel particularly safe. Arrived in Ho Chi Minh City at 4am (instead of 6am) and had to leave the bus then. Got to the destination in one piece but not the best experience.
Dec 6, 2017
train #SE1 VIP Sleeper, Vietnam Railways
★★☆☆☆
Thought that the SE1 is one of the best equipped trains, but it was of all 3 trains we had (SE21, SE 7) the worst. Very hard bed and bit dirty. Disappointed.
Nov 24, 2017
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★★☆☆
Was not the new VIP sleeper 41 bus like told it would be. Very uncomfortable seats (much smaller and shorter than the new busses) rail to stop you falling out of the bed was missing. Very bumpy drive, no sleep. Would have been nice if the driver didn't speed as was dropped just before 4am in HCMC instead of 6:30am like stated. There was a toilet on board by typically it was not working.
Nov 24, 2017
bus VIP Sleeper 41, The SinhTourist
★★☆☆☆
Bus was not clean and driver ran so fast. Too scared.
Oct 31, 2017
bus Standard AC, Hanh Cafe
★★★★☆
It was fine, not sure why they have to scream and turn all the lights on full blast for every pee stop.