Travel around Vietnam by bus and enjoy the ultimate in freedom and flexibility. GO VIET TRAVEL provides timetables, routes and fares of Vietnam bus tickets.
If you have your travel dates set, we can help you find the best fares and schedules for your itinerary.
- VIETNAM BUS TICKETS: VIEW TIMETABLES, ROUTES AND FARES OF OPEN BUSES THROUGH VIETNAM
- Timetables, routes and fares for buses between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Sai Gon)
- Timetables, routes and fares for buses between Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Sai Gon) and Hanoi
- HOW TO BOOK VIETNAM BUS TICKETS:
1. Phone Booking: You are welcome to call us at (+84) 4 6293 5858 for booking Vietnam train tickets. After working hours or on the weekends, please dial: (+84) 902 088 698.
2. Email Booking: Please send your request including bus routes, dates and times of travel via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact our team. Our travel experts will contact you within one working day.
- TIPS FOR YOUR VIETNAM BUS TRIP:
Below are some tips from GO VIET TRAVEL to help your trip go smoothly:
– The earlier you buy your ticket the better your seat. Seats might be assigned and some routes fill quickly.
– Bring snacks and water. We don’t sell food or drink on our buses, so it’s a good idea to stock up on food and drinks before boarding (not alcoholic drinks though, they’re not allowed). Although the bus does stop en route, and some stops will have places to buy food but have a very limited selection of food.
– Bring layers of clothing. It can get uncomfortably hot or cold. Consider bringing socks too.
– Bring ear plugs and an eye mask if you’re sensitive to noise and light.
– If you’re a keen photographer, or Instagrammer, take advantage of the opportunity for some scenic photos. Board in plenty of time so you can get a window seat for the best views. If you are traveling through the mountains and you have a fear of heights choose the aisle seat.
– Bring tissues and a little bottle of hand sanitizer for your bus toilet experience.
– The bus does make a few stops so try and get off a few times to stretch your legs. It helps you to feel a little less exhausted at the end of your journey.
– We have free Wi-Fi on most of our buses. So you can keep up with your social life and post live from your trip with Instagram-worthy scenic shots. You can also listen to music but make sure that you wear head-phones. There are also power points at nearly every seat on our buses so you can charge your devices.
– Bring a map or guidebook to tell you more about the towns, cities and landscape you’re traveling through.
– Bring some small change. Sometimes you need to tip the person unloading the luggage or you need to buy something at shops or food stalls that only accept cash.
– Keep your valuable safe.