By direct bus the journey from Phong Nha to Hue is scheduled to take from 3 to 4 hours depending upon which bus service you take.
Bus Times from Phong Nha to Hue
There are currently 5 services a day from Phong Nha to Hue available to book online.
|03:50||07:10||$ 13||Techbus VN JSC|
|03:55||07:15||$ 11||Techbus VN JSC|
|04:00||07:15||$ 11||Techbus VN JSC|
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Phong Nha Bus Stop
Techbus VN JSC services from Phong Nha to Hue depart from near to Central Backpackers Hostel-Phong Nha.
Hue Bus Stop
Techbus VN JSC services from Phong Nha to Hue terminate at 7 Đội Cung, Phú Hội, Thành phố Huế, Thừa Thiên Huế, Vietnam.
About Travel to Hue
Hue is a medium sized city with around 500,000 permanent resident scenically located on the banks of the Perfume River. What makes Hue a popular tourist destination is its many old buildings and well developed tourist infrastructure.
The main attraction in Hue is its Imperial Citadel located on the Northern bank of the Perfume River. Hue was the capital city of Vietnam from 1804 to 1945 and Vietnam’s last royal family, the Nguyen Dynasty, lived in a massive fortified compound within the city covering an area of roughly 10 square kilometres. Large parts of the Imperial citadel were destroyed during fighting in 1968 and a reconstruction project which has been ongoing since Reunification has now resulted in large parts of the Imperial Citadel being recreated much as it would have located in the 19th Century.
The other significant tourist attractions in Hue are its royal tombs, particularly the Tomb of the Emperor Khai Dinh, and the Pagoda of the Celestial Lady. The Pagoda of the Celestial Lady, known locally as Thien Mu, is a 7 level pagoda constructed in 1601. The Pagoda of the Celestial Lady is associated with lots of important legends and is closely associated with some important historical events in the history of Vietnam.
Most foreign visitors to Hue choose to stay in a fairly compact area on the Southern bank of the Perfume River on the Northern Eastern side of the Hung Vuong Road running through the centre of this part of the city. There are plenty of hotels, restaurants and bars in this area catering specially to foreign visitors. Hue has a small amount of nightlife for those who seek it out, but nothing on the same scale as the Old Quarter in Hanoi or Pham Ngu Lao in Ho Chi Minh City.