From Mui Ne Beach or Phan Thiet in Binh Thuan Province it takes 4 hours to 4 hours 30 to travel by bus to Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon. There is also a single daily train service from Phat Thiet to Ho Chi Minh City.
Mui Ne Beach to Ho Chi Minh City
There are 5 daily bus service from Mui Ne Beach to Ho Chi Minh City which you can book online.
|Mui Ne Beach||Ho Chi Minh City||Cost||Company|
|01:00||05:00||$ 6.00||Hanh Cafe|
|08:00||12:00||$ 6.00||Hanh Cafe|
|09:30||13:30||$ 6.00||Hanh Cafe|
|11:00||15:00||$ 6.00||Hanh Cafe|
|13:00||17:00||$ 6.00||Hanh Cafe|
|16:00||20:00||$ 6.00||Hanh Cafe|
- Hanh Cafe uses fairly standard AC buses on this route with a single comfort break about halfway into the journey.
Phan Thiet to Ho Chi Minh City
There are daily bus service from Phan Thiet to Ho Chi Minh City which you can book online.
|Phan Thiet||Ho Chi Minh City||Cost||Company|
|02:00||06:30||$ 10.00||Kumho Samco|
|06:15||10:45||$ 10.00||Kumho Samco|
|07:00||11:30||$ 10.00||Kumho Samco|
|08:45||13:15||$ 10.00||Kumho Samco|
|09:45||14:15||$ 10.00||Kumho Samco|
|10:00||14:30||$ 10.00||Kumho Samco|
|11:30||16:00||$ 10.00||Kumho Samco|
|12:30||17:00||$ 10.00||Kumho Samco|
|13:00||17:30||$ 10.00||Kumho Samco|
|14:00||18:30||$ 10.00||Kumho Samco|
|15:00||19:30||$ 10.00||Kumho Samco|
|16:15||20:45||$ 10.00||Kumho Samco|
|17:00||21:30||$ 10.00||Kumho Samco|
- Kumho Samco passengers on this route travel in a sleeper bus with fully reclined seats.
Buy Tickets to Ho Chi Minh City
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Mui Ne Beach Bus Stop
Ho Chi Minh City Hanh Cafe Bus Stop
Phan Thiet Bus Stop
Ho Chi Minh Kumho Samco Bus Stop
About Ben Thanh Market
During the daytime Ben Thanh Market is Ho Chi Minh’s largest indoor market and at night the streets around the edge of the market come alive with food vendor setting up to cater for large numbers of local residents who stop by to eat and drink after work. The market has a long history going back to the 17th Century, although the building in which the market is now houses was completed in 1912 during the French colonial period. Like other French colonial markets, such as the fantastic Central Market in Phnom Penh, Ben Thanh Market has been designed with architectural flair and has some interest art deco features. The market is worth visiting simply to see the building.
Clothes, bags, shoes, craft work and lots of other things are sold in the market. The major draw for most visitors, however, is the food section of the market. The food stalls in the market are very cheap and they sell a full range of Vietnamese dishes. If you are interested in Vietnamese food, or simply want to learn what Vietnamese cuisine involves, then a trip to Ben Thanh Market to see what being is being prepared and sold in the food court is highly recommended.