Travel from Moc Chau to Hanoi

By bus the 185 km journey from Moc Chau in Son La Province to Hanoi is scheduled to take 4 hours.

Bus Times Moc Chau to Hanoi


There 12 bus services a day from Moc Chau to Hanoi available to book online.

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06:0010:00$ 10Xuan Trang Limousine
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  • The Xuan Trang Limousine company uses a luxury minivan on this route.

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Moc Chau Bus Stop


The Xuan Trang Limousine service to Hanoi departs from Tiểu khu 19/8, Sơn La, Vietnam.

Google Map of Moc Chau Xuang Trang bus stop

Hanoi Bus Stop


The Xuan Trang Limousine service from Moc Chau to Hanoi terminates at 35 Nguyen Tuan, Hanoi.

Google Map of Hanoi Xuan Trang Limousine bus stop

About Travel to Hanoi


With a population of over 8 million city centre residents, Hanoi is Vietnam’s second largest city and arguably its most interesting for visitors. Hanoi has a very long history with a permanent settlement established where the modern city is now located dating back to 257 BC. In many respect, however, the modern city of Hanoi is often considered to have been established in 1,010 AD by the Emperor Ly Thai To who made the city his capital. The size of the city, with its many districts, can be confusing for the first time visitor. The majority of the major tourist attractions are, however, clustered together in two districts of the city: Hoan Kiem and Ba Dinh.

The Huc Bridge in Hanoi
The Huc Bridge in Hanoi
  • Hoan Kiem District, more popularly known as the Old Quarter, is the most popular part of the city for foreign tourists to stay. The area has been preserved by a strict conservation policy and the area’s narrow streets and ageing buildings host a wide range of hotels, guesthouses, bars and tourist friendly shops and restaurants. Once a month for the full moon celebration this part of the city becomes pedestrianised with temporary bars and food stalls crowding the streets. Amongst the tourist attractions in the Hoan Kiem District are:
    • Bach Ma Temple: Dating back to the 11th Century, this small atmospheric temple is considered to be the oldest temple in Hanoi.
    • St Joseph’s Cathedral: 19th Century Catholic church with a strong resemblance to Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, controversially built by the French colonialists on the site of an important 11th Century Vietnamese temple.
    • Hoan Kiem Lake: Hanoi’s most popular tourist attraction, this city centre lake is associated with important legends and has an island with a temple accessible by the picturesque Huc Bridge.
  • Ba Dinh District is the location of Vietnam’s parliament building and other governmental buildings as well as the city’s most iconic historical buildings. Few foreign visitors choose to stay in Ba Dinh District but most will visit it. You need one long day or two more relaxed days to see the major points of interest in Ba Dinh District:
    • One Pillar Pagoda: 11th Century temple which is one of the most important historic sites in Vietnam.
    • Temple of Literature: Another temple established in the 11th Century which developed into a university for the Vietnamese Royal family and the country’s elite civilian and military administrators.
    • Presidential Palace: Originally built by the French colonialists in the early part of the 20th Century, this grand European style building became the residence of Ho Chi Minh when he served as leader of North Vietnam from 1954 to 1958.
    • Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: Completed in 1975, this grand European style granite building is the tomb of Ho Chi Minh, whose body can viewed by visitors 07:30 to 10:30 on Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays and from 07:30 to 11:00 at the weekends.

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