There are three ways to travel by public transport from Hoi An to Hanoi. 1. Take a direct bus to Hanoi. 2. Take a bus to Da Nang, then a train to Hanoi. 3. Fly from Da Nang to Hanoi.
Bus Times from Hoi An to Hanoi
There are currently 8 bus services a day from Hoi An to Hanoi available to book online.
|12:35||05:15||$ 23||Techbus VN JSC|
|12:45||04:25||$ 23||Techbus VN JSC|
|13:00||05:40||$ 31||Techbus VN JSC|
|13:10||04:50||$ 23||Techbus VN JSC|
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Hoi An Bus Stop
Grouptour bus services from Hoi An to Hanoi depart from 125-123 Tôn Đức Thắng, Tân An, Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam.
Hanoi Bus Stop
Grouptour bus services from Hoi An to Hanoi terminate at 16 P. Hàng Chĩnh, Hàng Buồm, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam.
About Travel to Hanoi
Hanoi is Vietnam’s capital city and the most visited destination in Vietnam. Hanoi has a population of over 5 million permanent residents and a very long history. Hanoi was founded at the beginning of the 11th Century although people are believed to have first settled in the area thousands of years prior to that. Hanoi has many historical buildings, and these buildings have been notably well preserved and are easily accessible to tourists. Hanoi is also an important transport hub for bus and train services to two of Vietnam’s other most popular tourist destinations: Ha Long Bay and Sapa.
Most tourists coming to Hanoi choose to stay in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, although some opt to stay in the area slightly to the north of the Old Quarter near West Lake, which is a part of the city where a significant proportion of long stay visitors from Europe and North America choose to live. The Old Quarter is a densely packed district of the city with narrow streets and tall town house style buildings, many converted into hotels. As well as lots of bars and restaurants catering to foreign tourists, the Old Quarter has several important tourist attractions:
- St Joseph’s Cathedral: Constructed in 1886, St Joseph’s Cathedral is the oldest Church in Hanoi.
- Hoan Kiem Lake: This city centre lake is the best known landmark in Hanoi, and features two islands, one with a temple and the other with a small tower.
- Bach Ma Temple: The Bach Ma Temple is one of the oldest temples in the city. This temple is dedicated to gods worshipped in what is often termed as ‘Vietnamese Folk Religion’.
The other part of Hanoi with lots of interesting tourist attractions is the area around Ba Dinh Square. These attractions include the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, the Presidential Palace, the Vietnam Parliament Building, and the One Pillar Pagoda. Ba Dinh Square is located about 3 km walking distance to the North West of Hoan Kiem Lake. On route between the Old Quater and Ba Dinh Square you can also visit the Temple of Literature, which was the main centre of learning for the Imperial family and elite government officers from the 11th to 18th Centuries.