By joint bus and ferry service it takes from 3 to 4 hours to travel from Cat Ba Island to Hanoi depending upon which company you travel with.
Bus Times from Cat Ba Island to Hanoi
There are currently 17 direct services a day from Cat Ba Island to Hanoi available to book online.
|07:30||10:30||$ 12||Daiichi Travel|
|09:00||12:00||$ 11||Good Morning Cat Ba|
|09:00||12:00||$ 12||Daiichi Travel|
|12:30||16:00||$ 11||Good Morning Cat Ba|
|12:30||15:30||$ 12||Daiichi Travel|
|12:30||16:15||$ 13||Cat Ba Express|
|15:30||19:15||$ 13||Cat Ba Express|
|16:00||19:30||$ 11||Good Morning Cat Ba|
|16:00||19:00||$ 12||Daiichi Travel|
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Cat Ba Island Bus Stop
Grouptour services from Cat Ba Island to Hanoi depart from 29 Tùng Dinh, TT. Cát Bà, Cát Hải, Hải Phòng, Vietnam..
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Grouptour services from Cat Ba Island to Hanoi terminate at the Grouptour office at No. 16 Hang Chinh Street.
About Travel to Hanoi
The arrival point in Hanoi for joint ferry and bus services from Cat Ba Island is Hanoi’s Old Quarter, also known as Hoan Kiem. The Old Quarter is the area where most most foreign tourists to Hanoi choose to stay. This part of the city has a high concentration of hotels, bars and restaurants. The Old Quarter has a number of tourist attractions as well, including the Hoan Kiem Lake, Bach Ma Temple and St Joseph’s Cathedral. The streets of the Old Quarter are narrow and lined by mostly older townhouses, many of which have been converted into hotels, shops and restaurants. There are also lots of market stalls in this part of the city.
The other part of Hanoi which is popular with visitors is Ba Dinh Square. which is located to the north of the Old Quarter. Ba Dinh Square is the focal point of the city, with numerous important buildings clustered around it, including the Vietnam Parliament Building, the Presidential Palace, the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and the One Pillar Pagoda. The One Pillar Pagoda is a very old temple associated with a legend that forms an important part of Vietnamese folklore and as a consequence the One Pillar Pagoda is one of the most important historical sites n the country.
Between Da Dinh Square and the Old Quarter is another of Hanoi’s most important temples, the Temple of Literature. The Temple of Literature was the principle educational facility for the royal family and senior government officials in Northern Vietnam from the 11th to 18th Century. There are many points of interest at this temple, including a series of large standing stones into the names of successful graduate of the temple have been engraved.