Train travel from Bim Son to Hue

By train it takes around 11 hours to travel from Bim Son to Hue. There are two daily trains you can take, one travelling during the day and the other travelling overnight.


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Train Times to Hue


  • The fastest train service from Bim Son to Hue is Train #SE5 departing at 11:55 and arriving in Hue 10 hours 33 minutes later at 22:28.
Train Bim Son Hue
SE5 11:55 22:28
SE9 17:51 04:55

  • The slowest of the train services from Bim Son to Hue is Train #SE9 departing at 17:51 and scheduled to arrive in Hue 11 hours 04 minutes later at 04:55.

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Location of Bim Son Train Station


Bim Son Train Station is located at khu phố 10, Bà Triệu, Ngọc Trạo, Bỉm Sơn, Thanh Hoá, Vietnam.


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Location of Hue Train Station


Hue Railway Station is located 2.0 km by road from the Imperial Citadel.


About from Hue


Hue is a fantastic place to visit and should be included in any travel itinerary for visiting Vietnam, particularly if you have never been there before. Hue has a rich history having once been the Imperial capital of Vietnam. Hue is also a very beautiful and pleasant city which is not too busy and overall great value for money. The city benefits from having the wide Perfume River flowing through its centre, gently sloping hills around it and the majestic Truong Tien Bridge, designed by none other than French structural engineer Gustave Eiffel, linking the new town to the old town and its Imperial Citadel. Hue is somewhere you should plan to spend at least two days because there is so much to see and it’s a nice place to be.

Pagoda of the Celestial Lady in Hue

Pagoda of the Celestial Lady in Hue

Amongst the most interesting places to visit in Hue are:

  • The Imperial Citadel: UNESCO listed world heritage site which was the home of the last Imperial Dynasty of Vietnam from 1804 to 1945. The Imperial Citadel was extensively damaged during the Vietnam War but large parts of the former royal compound have been restored as part of an ongoing project and some very fine pieces of architecture, most notably the gates, survived the fighting.
  • The Tomb of Emperor Khai Dinh: Arguably the best of the many Imperial tombs built in and around Hue. The Tomb of Emperor Khai Dinh run up a steep hill in levels with a fantastically ornate crypt at the top incorporating materials imported from France with Vietnam designs.
  • Pagoda of the Celestial Lady: 7 storey pagoda on the banks of the Perfume River. The pagoda was constructed in 1601 and associated with many ancient legends, as well as significant events in modern Vietnamese history, making it one of Vietnam’s most important historical monuments. 

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