By bus the journey from Ha Giang to Hai Phong is scheduled to take from 10 to 11 hours. We recommend choosing a sleeper bus on this route.
Bus Times from Ha Giang to Hai Phong
There are currently 7 services a day from Ha Giang to Hai Phong City available to book online.
|Ha Giang||Hai Phong||Cost||Company|
|06:00||16:00||$ 16||Sapa Ethnic Travel|
|09:00||19:00||$ 16||Sapa Ethnic Travel|
|10:00||20:00||$ 16||Sapa Ethnic Travel|
|18:00||04:25||$ 13||Bang Phan|
|18:30||04:30||$ 16||Sapa Ethnic Travel|
|18:40||04:40||$ 16||Sapa Ethnic Travel|
|19:00||05:00||$ 16||Sapa Ethnic Travel|
- Vehicle Type: Bang Phan passengers from Ha Giang to Hai Phong travel in a sleeper bus with semi-reclined seats.
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Ha Giang Bang Phan Bus Stop
Bang Phan services to Hai Phong depart from Bến Xe Khách Hà Giang, Phương Thiện, Hà Giang, Ha Giang, Vietnam.
Hai Phong Bang Phan Bus Stop
Bang Phan services from Ha Giang to Hai Phong terminate at Vinh Niem Bus Station.
About Travel to Hai Phong
With a population of over 2 million permanent residents, Hai Phong is the third largest city in Vietnam. Hai Phong is a major economic centre notable for both its light and heavy industries. The city also has a busy commercial port.
Reasons to Visit Hai Phong
What Hai Phong doesn’t have, however, is a large number of tourists and for some visitors this adds to the charm of the city. Some people find a visit to Hai Phong a better insight into authentic Vietnamese life than the better known cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh. The major tourist attractions of Hai Phong are all outside the city centre, most popular of which are Cat Ba Island, Bao Dai Villa, Pelican Cave (Hang Bo Nau) and Do Son Beach. Hai Phong is also a starting point for boat tours around Ha Long Bay.
Places to Visit in Hai Phong City
Hai Phong City itself, however, has a number of points of interest that are worth travelling there to see:
- The Colonial Quarter: Hai Phong has its own Old Town area with far fewer visitors than the Old Quarter in Hanoi. The Colonial Quarter is centred around Dien Bien Phu Street and Tran Hung Dao Street and features some fine examples of French style architecture.
- Nghe Temple: Small but very ornate early 20th temple dedicated to the worship of an important local historical character.
- Hai Phong Museum: Museum in a Gothic style building founded in 1900. The museum has artefacts and displays relating to local history.
- Tam Bac Lake and Flower Market: Located near the Colonial Quarter the tree lined shores of the lake and nearby flower market are pleasant places to visit.
- Hang Kenh Communal House: 18th Century building notable for its intricate woodwork and iron pillars. The building hosts a number of important local festivals and over 300 dragon statues.
- Du Hang Pagoda: Possibly the most famous attraction in the city centre, this 17th Century temple features an impressive pagoda and ornamental gardens.