There are two ways travel from Bac Ninh to Hanoi. 1. By train to Gia Lam Railway Station 6.3 km to north east of the Old Quarter. 2. By bus to Hanoi Nuoc Ngam Bus Station, which is 8.8 km to south of the Old Quarter.
Bus Times from Bac Ninh to Hanoi
There is a single bus service a day from Bac Ninh to Hanoi which you can book online.
- Journey Time to Hanoi: By bus the scheduled journey time from Bac Ninh to Hanoi is 2 hours 10 minutes.
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Bac Ninh Hoang Long Bus Stop
Hoang Long bus services to Hanoi depart from the Bo Son Bridge in Bac Ninh.
Hanoi Hoang Long Bus Stop
Hoang Long bus services from Bac Ninh terminate at Hanoi Nuoc Ngam Bus Station, No 1 Ngoc Hoi road, Hoang Mai district, Hạ Noi, Hà Nội 100000, Vietnam.
About The Vietnam Parliament Building in Hanoi
The Vietnam Parliament Building, where the National Assembly of Vietnam meets, is located on Ba Dinh Square in Hanoi. The site of one of special significance near to some of Vietnam’s most important buildings such as the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, the Ho Chi Minh Museum, the One Pillar Pagoda and the Presidential Palace.
The Parliament Building, constructed in 2014, replaced Ba Dinh Hall which served as meeting place for the National Assembly until it was demolished in 2008. The Vietnam Parliament Building is arguably the best example of contemporary architecture in Vietnam and probably the most technologically sophisticated building in the country. The building was designed by German architectural firm gmp in partnership with structural engineers Inros Lackner. The building is square with a conical structure in the middle where the full Assembly meets. The building is designed to be earthquake proof as well as to be beautiful, incorporating Vietnamese design ideas in the architecture of the building. The most striking feature of the building is the translucent jade green top of the central cone of the building which floats like a saucer above the solid white square building below, complimenting a setting with large trees and wide green open spaces. This is a building which looks great from a distance, which is as close as most people will ever get to it as it’s not open to the public.