If you are travelling from Phu Quoc Island to Ho Chi Minh City then you can get a direct bus from Ha Tien, where ferries from Phu Quoc Island arrive on the mainland, direct to Ho Chi Minh City. The journey by bus is scheduled to take 8 to 13 hours.
Bus Times from Ha Tien to Ho Chi Minh City
There are currently 5 bus services a day from Ha Tien to Ho Chi Minh City available to book online.
|Ha Tien||Ho Chi Minh City||Service||Ticket||Company|
|08:00||18:20||Sleeper 40||$ 8||Hue Nghia|
|09:45||17:45||Semi Sleeper||$ 13||Kumho Samco|
|18:30||04:50||Sleeper 40||$ 8||Hue Nghia|
|21:00||05:00||Semi Sleeper||$ 13||Kumho Samco|
|22:15||06:15||Semi Sleeper||$ 13||Kumho Samco|
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Kumho Samco Ha Tien Bus Stop
Kumho Samco bus services from Ha Tien to Ho Chi Minh City depart from Ha Tien Bus Station, Tô Châu, Hà Tiên, Kien Giang, Vietnam.
Kumho Samco Ho Chi Minh City Bus Stop
Kumho Samco bus services from Ha Tien to Ho Chi Minh City terminate at Mien Tay Bus Station, 326 Lê Hồng Phong, Phường 1, Quận 10, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam.
About Saigon Central Post Office
Saigon Central Post Office is a functioning post office in the centre of Ho Chi Minh City which is open every day from 07:00 to 19:00 and admission is free. This post office was first opened in 1891 during the period when Vietnam was under French colonial control. The building was designed by French architects with Renaissance and Gothic architectural features and resembles the kind of public building, such as a railway station, that being constructed in France at the end of the 19th Century.
Saigon Central Post Office has retained many of it original architectural features such as wooden counters and old fashioned telephone booths. There are in fact only two major differences between how the post office looks now and how it looked 100 years. The first major difference is the large portrait of Ho Chi Minh that is hanging on the wall at the far end of inside of the post office. The second major difference is the souvenir shops in the foyer of the building and occupying the wings of the building.