Vietnam Railways is quite convenient for tourists and local citizens. Below is the contact information of all train stations along Vietnam.

1. Hanoi train station

Contact Information of Train Stations in Vietnam
Hanoi train station was established in 1902 by the French Colonial, rebuilt in 1976, and now after upgrading, it becomes more modern and convenient. This station has two gates separating Gate A and Gate B. While Gate A is located on Le Duan street for Southward trains (like Ho Chi Minh City), Gate B is on Tran Duy Cap street for Northward trains as Sapa. It is only around 2km from the train station to the Old Quarter (central of Hanoi), therefore, taxi is the most convenient. The taxi price is from $2-4 and it takes about 5-10 minutes.
Address of Gate A: 120 Le Duan Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Address of Gate B: No 1 Tran Quy Cap Street, Van Mieu Ward, Dong Da District, Hanoi
Tel: 043.9423697

2. Lao Cai train station
As similar as Hanoi train station, Lao Cai train station was built and operated by the French Colonial in the period 1903-1936. The station was ceased operating in 1979 and until 1993, it opened again. Currently, it is the last station which lay on the railway line which runs Hanoi – Lao Cai (Sapa). Every single traveler getting to Sapa by train needs to stop at this station.
Address: Khanh Yen Street, Pho Moi Ward, Lao Cai city

3. Ninh Binh train station
Ninh Binh train station, which has been rebuilt recently in 2015, is one of main stations on the railway line from North to South of Vietnam. It is considered as the most beautiful and modern train station in Vietnam nowadays. Ninh Binh station has a waiting room selling food and drinks which make passengers quite comfortable. You can book train tickets to Hanoi (North) or Dong Hoi, Hue, Da Nang, Nha Trang, Saigon (South) from here.
Address: No.1 Hoang Hoa Tham, Thanh Binh ward, Ninh Binh city
Phone: (84-30) 3 673 619

4. Dong Hoi train station

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Dong Hoi train station is one of main stations on the railway line from Hanoi-Saigon. It is 6km far from the central of Dong Hoi town and around 45km from Phong Nha – Ke Bang. If you want to visit Phong Nha by train, you can stop at this station, then taking a taxi or motorbike-taxi (xe om) to Bo Trach district (Phong Nha locates here). There are many taxi brands and the price ranges from 11,000 – 17,000 VND/km ($0.5-$0.75) depending on which brands you choose. Trusted and popular brands are Mai Linh, Dong Hoi or Xuyen Viet. If you prefer catching a motorbike-taxi, you should bargain the price with a driver firstly. The price is often around 7,000-10,000 VND/km ($0.3-$0.6)
Address: Small section 4, Nam Ly Ward, Dong Hoi City, Quang Binh Province
Phone: (84-52) 3820558

5. Hue train station
Hue train station was built by the French Colonials in 1902-1906 for the original purpose is to transfer goods from the South to the North, and vice versa. Nowadays, it is not only a historical place but also one of the important stations of Vietnam. Hue train station plays a very important role in the transport system and the development of the economy of Hue City specifically and Vietnam in general.
Address: 01 Bui Thi Xuan Street, Hue city
Phone: (84-54) 3 822 175

6. Dong Ha train station
Dong Ha train station is also established by the French Colonial in 1930, started to rebuild in 1972 and re-opened in 1976 by Vietnam government. At present, Dong Hoi train station is one of main stations lay on the railway line from North to South. Dong Ha train station offers important route to bring mineral water from Laos back to Vietnam and China which is Lao Bao – Dong Ha – Cua Viet
Address: No. 2 Le Thanh Ton, Dong Ha Town, Quang Tri Province
Phone: (84-52) 385063

7. Phan Thiet train station

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The French Colonial built Phan Thiet train station in 1903. In 2012, it was relocated out of the central of city and placed beside Highway 1A. Nowadays, it is a subsidiary station of the railway line from Saigon to Phan Thiet city. This station is an essential arrival point for those who travel to Mui Ne by train. It is about 15km from Phan Thiet train station to Mui Ne so the travelers can go there by taxi or by bus. The taxi price is about 350,000-400,000 VND ($16-$18). If you are on budget, catching a bus is much cheaper. When you walk out the station, you take a motorbike-taxi to go to the nearest bus stop and catching a city bus to Mui Ne with the price of 10,000 VND only (50 cents US). Otherwise, you can buy a bus ticket on your train getting to resorts in Mui Ne and the fare is around 35,000 VND ($1.5).
Address: Phong Nam, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan
Phone: 062.3833952

8. Binh Thuan train station
Binh Thuan train station (its old name is Muong Man) is one main station of the North-South Railway. Binh Thuan train station is located about 16km from Phan Thiet city and 39 km from Mui Ne. From this station, you can go to Mui Ne by taxi or bus. However, it is only 15 minutes far from Phan Thiet train station. Therefore, you should not stop at this station but waiting until Phan Thiet train station, which is closer to Mui Ne.
Address: Muong Man village, Ham Thuan Nam District, Binh Thuan Province
Phone: (062)3.868.814

9. Da Nang train station
Da Nang train station was built in 1902, and after several times of upgrading, it is one of the most beautiful as well as important stations of the railway line from North to South. The mordern facilites of Da Nang train station will satisfy any customers, there are many visitors come from other train stations such as Hanoi, Hue, Nha Trang, Saigon..
Address: No 202, Hai Phong Street, Tan Chinh Ward, Thanh Khe District, Da Nang
Phone: 05113. 823810

10. Nha Trang train station

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Nha Trang train station was opened in 1936. Nowadays, it is not only a historical place but also a main station on the North-South Railway. Nha Trang train station welcomes thousands of passengers each year traveling to this city.
Address: No. 17 Thai Nguyen Street, Nha Trang City, Khanh Hoa Province
Phone: (84-58) 3822113

11. Dieu Tri train station
Dieu Tri train station is one of big stations on the North-South Railway of Vietnam. This train station is around 12km far from Quy Nhon City. Therefore, if you go to Quy Nhon City by train, you need to stop at this station. It’s easy to take a taxi to move from Dieu Tri train station to the central of Quy Nhon City. The taxi price is around 200,000 VND ($10).
Address: Ly Thuong Kiet street, Le Hong Phong ward, Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh province
Phone: (84-56) 3833255 / (84-56) 3833249

12. Tuy Hoa train station
Tuy Hoa train station is just a small and subsidiary station on R railway line. This station is located in the central of the city, so it is convenient for travelers who getting to Tuy Hoa by train. When walking out the station, you are easy to find out a hotel or a restaurant near there, or start discovering beautiful places in the city.
Address: No. 149 Le Trung Kien, Ward 2, Tuy Hoa Town, Phu Yen Province
Phone: (84-57) 3824195

13. Saigon train station

Contact Information of Train Stations in Vietnam
Saigon train station was opened in 1967 and located near Ben Thanh market, then rebuilt on the base of the former Hoa Hung train station in 1978. Until 1983, the new construction of Saigon train station completed. Up to this time, it has been one important transit point in the railway system of Vietnam. The train station is in the central of the city (District 3); therefore it is very convenient for travelers to go anywhere from here.
Address: No.1 Nguyen Thong, Ward 9, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City
Phone: 08. 39 318 952

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