Travel from Ninh Binh to Hanoi

By direct bus the journey from Ninh Binh to Hanoi is scheduled to take 1 hour 20 minutes.

Bus Times from Ninh Binh to Hanoi

There are currently 14 bus services a day from Ninh Binh to Hanoi available to book online.

Ninh BinhHanoiServiceCostCompany
05:0006:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine
06:0007:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine
07:0008:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine
09:0010:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine
10:0011:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine
11:0012:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine
12:0013:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine
14:0015:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine
15:0016:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine
16:0017:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine
17:0018:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine
18:0019:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine
19:0020:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine
20:0021:20VIP-Class$ 7Trang An Limousine

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Ninh Binh Bus Stop

Truly Hagiang services to Hanoi depart from the Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex, Ninh Xuân, Hoa Lư District, Ninh Bình Province, Vietnam.

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Hanoi Bus Stop

Truly Hagiang services from Ninh Binh to Hanoi terminate at 37 Trần Bình Trọng.

Google Map of 37 Trần Bình Trọng

Tran Quoc Pagoda in Hanoi

Tran Quoc Pagoda is a Buddhist temple built on a small island in Hanoi’s West Lake, a short distance to the north of the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Tran Quoc Pagoda was established in the 6th Century, making it the oldest Buddhist temple in Hanoi. The temple was originally located on the banks of the Red River but needed to be relocated to its current location on Golden Fish Island in the 17th Century due to erosion of the river bank where it was first sited.

Tran Quoc Pagoda is a major tourist attraction and religious centre which gets particularly busy with visitors on the 1st and 15th day of the lunar cycle, which are of special significance to Vietnamese Buddhists.

Trấn Quốc Pagoda in Hanoi
Trấn Quốc Pagoda in Hanoi

The temple has lots of points of interest. The most striking is the 11 level pagoda which was constructed in 1998. The 15 metre tall pagoda is hexagonal with niches on each side on each level containing white statues of the Lord Buddha. The temple is accessed via a grand gate leading to the three main temple buildings: the Front House, the Ancestor House and the Steele House.

Other attractions include a bodhi tree grown from a cutting from the original bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya in India under which the Lord Buddha achieved enlightenment. The temple also has a small museum with an interesting collection of religious artefacts.

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