Travel from Dak Lak to Ho Chi Minh City

By bus the journey from Dak Lak to Ho Chi Minh City is scheduled to take 9 hours. Travellers on this route have the option of taking a day time or an overnight bus service.

Bus Times from Dak Lak to Ho Chi Minh City


There are currently 7 bus services a day from Dak Lak to Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) available to book online.

Dak LakHCMCCostCompany
08:4517:45$12 USDPhuong Trang
09:0018:00$15 USDKumho Samco
12:1521:15$12 USDPhuong Trang
20:3005:30$12 USDPhuong Trang
21:0006:00$15 USDKumho Samco
21:3006:30$12 USDPhuong Trang
23:0008:00$12 USDPhuong Trang

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Dak Lak Kumho Samco Bus Stop


Kumho Samco bus services from Dak Lak to Ho Chi Minh City depart from Buon Me Thuot in Dak Lak Province (Lê Duẩn, Tự An, Thành phố Buôn Ma Thuột, Đắk Lắk, Vietnam).

Google Map of Kumho Samco Dak Lak Bus Stop

Ho Chi Minh City Kumho Samco Bus Stop


Kumho Samco bus services from Dak Lak to Ho Chi Minh City terminate at Mien Dong Bus Station, phường 26, Bình Thạnh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Google Map of Mien Dong Bus Station

About Ho Chi Minh City


Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in Vietnam, with over 9 million permanent residents, and the most prosperous part of the country generating around 20% of its annual GDP. Ho Chi Minh City is not, however, the capital city of Vietnam and the country’s most important governmental buildings, such as the Vietnam parliament and the Presidential Palace, as located in the northern city of Hanoi.

Temple in Tao Dan Park in Ho Chi Minh City
Temple in Tao Dan Park in Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City is, however, notable for its green spaces, in particular the large Tao Dan Park, the Saigon River which runs north to south through the city, and its large number of colonial era buildings. Ho Chi Minh City was, to a much greater extent than Hanoi, the main administrative centre of France’s Indo-China Empire and the city is full of reminders of the era of French rule.

Ho Chi Minh City also has it own backpacker area, often compared to the Khao San Road in Bangkok, is located in an area to the south of Pham Ngu Lao Street, which is referred to collectively as ‘Pham Ngu Lao’. Pham Ngu Lao is an excellent choice as somewhere for first time visitors to the city to stay as there are lots of hotels where at least some English is spoken and restaurants with English langauage menus, as well as bars, which stay open until late in the evening.

Pham Ngu Lao also has the advantage of being close to the District 1 area of Ho Chi Minh City which contains a cluster of the city’s best known tourist attractions such as:

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