How to travel from Hanoi to Vietnam's DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) – Quang Tri

Vietnam's former DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) is in Quang Tri Province, the base city for exploring this area is Dong Ha City which is also the provincial capital. Vietnam’s DMZ is certainly an interesting place for war veterans and those interested in learning about the recent history of Vietnam. Visiting Vietnam’s DMZ is a trip back in time on which you can recall the most brutal battles and learn about the division of Vietnam into North Vietnam and South Vietnam.

How to travel from Hanoi to Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park – Quang Binh

Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park is in Minh Hoa, Quang Ninh and Bo Trach Districts, Quang Binh Province, in the Central Region of Vietnam. Phong Nha Ke Bang is famed for the system of underground rivers, caves, karst mountains and forests, diverse ecosystem. Phong Nha Ke Bang has been inscribed to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites and has been a popular tourist attraction in Vietnam. Below you can find the means of transportation from Hanoi to Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park.

How to travel from Hanoi to Dong Hoi – Quang Binh

Dong Hoi City is the provincial capital of Quang Binh Province. Dong Hoi is home to the deserted beaches of Nhat Le and Bao Ninh, lovely sand dunes. The city can be the base for exploring the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park and some remains of the famed Ho Chi Minh Trail. Dong Hoi City is 500km south of Hanoi.

How to travel from Hanoi to Vinh - Nghe An

Vinh City is the provincial capital of Nghe An Province. Vinh can be the base for exploring the beach of Cua Lo and Ho Chi Minh home villages. Vinh City is 300km south of Hanoi.

How to travel from Hanoi to Lang Son

Lang Son City is the provincial capital of Lang Son Province. Lang Son City is 150km northeast of Hanoi. Lang Son City is right on the border with China and there are several tourist attractions in the city. Lang Son City is a good stopover for those who are on an adventure to the Northeast of Vietnam. Below you can find the available options regarding the means of transport from Hanoi to Lang Son.

How to travel to Son La from Hanoi

Son La City is the capital city of Son La Province in the Northwest of Vietnam. Son La is 280km from Hanoi via Route 32+Route 37+Route 6, and 320km via Route 6. The latter route has much better road conditions but sometimes parts of the road may be flooded or there may be landslides during the rainy season (July-August).

How to travel from Hanoi to Hoa Binh

Hoa Binh Province is home to the last stretches of mountains and forests in the Northwest before they reach the Red River Delta. The land is home to a profusion of ethnic groups like the Muong, Thai, Hmong, Dao, Kinh,… The provincial capital is Hoa Binh City, 76km southwest of Hanoi. Below you can find the available means of transportation between Hanoi and Hoa Binh City.

How to travel from Hanoi to Cao Bang

Cao Bang is famed for scenic natural landscape with waterfall and sublime mountains. Cao Bang was the site of famous battles during the war against the French colonialists. The province is situated in the Northeast of Vietnam. The provincial capital city is Cao Bang City, 280km northeast of Hanoi. Route 3 from Hanoi to Cao Bang is in great conditions. Alternatively, you can travel past Lang Son City then follow the historical Route 4C to Cao Bang, the total length of this route is 300km.

How to travel from Hanoi to Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park in Bac Kan Province is known for forested imposing mountains, serene lakes and rivers, and genuine local ethnic people. The national park is a good place to get relaxed amid untouched nature and far from the crowd. Ba Be National Park is 210km via Dinh Hoa (Thai Nguyen) and Cho Don (Bac Kan) and 230km via Bac Kan City. The former route is with small roads and nice countryside scenery and less traveled while the latter is with excellent road with panoramas of the mountains along the way.

How to travel from Hanoi to Dien Bien Phu

Dien Bien Phu is the capital city of Dien Bien Province. Dien Bien Phu is 430km from Hanoi via Route 32, Route 37, Route 6 and Route 279, and 480km via Route 6. The latter way has much better road conditions.

How to travel from Hanoi to Moc Chau

Moc Chau Plateau is in Son La Province in the Northwest of Vietnam. The plateau has an average altitude over 1,000m above sea level with cool temperatures all year round. At Moc Chau, you can go climbing the Pha Luong Mountain (2,000m), cycle or take photographs amid the flower fields or tea plantations, or learn about agricultural works.

How to travel from Hanoi to Mai Chau

Mai Chau is a bucolic valley surrounded by high mountains in Hoa Binh Province, in the north-west of Vietnam. Mai Chau Valley is inhabited by White Thai ethnic people whose ladies’ traditional attires are considered among the most graceful in Vietnam. Mai Chau is 150km southwest of Hanoi.