Vietnam is located in the eastern part of the Indochina Peninsula, which boarders China
to the north, neighboring with Lao and Cambodia to the west and east and south facing the South China Sea with the coastline of over 3260 km. Vietnam is most affected by Chinese culture
history and the only country who accepts Confucianism in all Southeast Asian countries.
Vietnam is rich in tourism resources, combining oriental mystery and romantic French style. There are five scenic spots listed as UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage. Hanoi is peaceful and quiet, filled with socialist characteristics; Ho Chi Minh City is full of French style as many French architecture left and preservee. Halong Bay is known as “ Guilin on the Sea” . Nha Trang is a fascinating and charming coastal city. Mina is a paradise for kite surfers. In addition, there are various agricultural products in Vietnam and they are also very cheap. the price index is also low, so it is very suitable for tour.
Many tourist plan to visit Vietnam before or after China tour
. This article is going to introduce the transportation from Kunming
, China to Hanoi, Vietnam.
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh International Airport is the main external transport hub, which has aviation service with the world's 20 countries and regions. China's Beijing
, Kunming has direct flights to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City flights every day.
There are international trains between China and Vietnam. Therefore, it is very convenient. There is a Train T5 from Beijing to Hanoi. The train travel to China's Pingxiang Port, where the customs need to clear Customs, then transit Vietnamese train to Hanoi from Dong Dang (the same port). It departs at 10:51 from Beijing every Monday and Friday and arrives in Hanoi at 11:30 every Wednesday and Sunday. Train T6 departs Hanoi at 14:00 every Tuesday and Friday and arrives in Beijing at 17:18 every Thursday and Sunday. It takes approximately 48 hours and the soft sleeper fare is about CNY 1,100 per person per way. It will have a stop in Guilin
Besides, there are trains from Nanning
, China to Hanoi, Vietnam every day. Train T8701-MR2 departs from Nanning at 18:45 to Gia Lam Railway Station of Hanoi. The train MR1-T8702 departs from Hanoi to Nanning at 21:40 every day. It takes about 10 minutes. The train fare for soft sleeper is around CNY290 per person per way.
Therefore, if you hope to take a train to Hanoi, you can take a train from Kunming to Nanning first. There are many trains between both cities daily. Then transit an international train for Hanoi. International train ticket booking will request passenger’s passport copy.
Guangxi and Yunnan
are connected with the northern provinces of Vietnam. There are dozen of ports opened on the border of China and Vietnam, in which there are 3 main land ports. They are Dongxing, Pingxiang in Guangxi
and Hekou in Yunnan.
There are international buses each day from Nanning, Beihai to Hanoi or v.v.. Local travel agencies can buy the bus tickets. Besides, there are buses from Hekou to Lao Cai of Vietnam daily.
Therefore, if you would like to travel from Kunming to Hanoi, you can take a bus from Kunming East Bus Terminal to Hekou first. There are 3 buses daily from Kunming to Hekou and they are at 10:00, 11:40 and 19:30. It takes about 10 hours for driving. Therefore, if you take the buses on the day, you need to stay in Hekou for one night. Then clear Customs next day to Lao Cai of Vietnam, where you can take the train or bus to Hanoi.
Kunming Eastern Bus Terminal (昆明东部客运站）
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