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Q: Is it possible to take a train from Nanning to Vietnam?

I want to take an overland route from China to Vietnam. Is this possible from Nanning?

10 years 2 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Nanning

 
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Yes there are regular trains between Nanning and Vietnam. You can check this website for time schedule and ticket booking: http://www.chinatraintickets.net/beijing-nanning-hanoi/nanning-train-T87...

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Look here please:

 Nanning ► Hanoi

   

 

 Hanoi ► Nanning

Soft & hard air-con sleepers, train T8701 / MR2

Daily

Soft & hard air-con sleepers, train MR1 / T8702

Daily

 Nanning 

depart

18:45  day 1

 Hanoi (Gia Lam station)

depart

21:40  day 1

 Pingxiang (Chinese border point)

arrive

21:11  day 1

 Dong Dang (Vietnamese border)

arrive

02:00  day 2

 Pingxiang

depart

22:41  day 1

 Dong Dang

depart

03:00  day 2

 Dong Dang (Vietnamese border)

arrive

23:22  day 1

 Pingxiang (Chinese border)

arrive

04:41  day 2

 Dong Dang

depart

00:22  day 2

 Pingxiang

depart

06:41  day 2

 Hanoi (Gia Lam station)

arrive

04:45  day 2

 Nanning

arrive

10:12  day 2
 

How much does it cost?

One-way fares

Nanning - Hanoi

Soft sleeper costs RMB 248 (£25 or $38)

Hard sleeper costs RMB 160 (£16 or $26)

Hanoi - Nanning:

These international fares are linked to the Swiss Franc (CHF).

Soft sleeper costs CHF 31.53 = 740,000 dong or £22 or $35

Hard sleeper costs CHF 20.29 = 476,000 dong or £14 or $23.

A metered taxi from Hanoi old quarter to the Gia Lam station costs around VND 100,000 (£3.50 or $5).

The Hanoi to Nanning train

4-berth soft sleeper

All of this is from www.seat61.com.  Hope that you find it helpful.

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