Traveling by bus in Hanoi
VietNamNet Bridge - Buses have long been a familiar means of transport of Hanoians. And many people do not know that each bus route is an interesting traveling route in the capital city.
The bus with the two colors of red and yellow in Hanoi. Photo: Sonic3k
In Hanoi, buses appeared in mid-2001. Immediately, this new means of transport was warmly welcomed by the people. Over time, the buses are no longer the vehicles to serve the needs of students and workers but also become a nice means of travel.
On a bus forum, there are articles guiding people to travel to famous places by bus.
The cost is quite cheap, with only VND6,000-VND40,000 ($0.3-3) for two way. Anyone can travel without worrying about expensive. Moreover, traveling by bus is to ensure safety as well as reducing anxiety about parking space for each person.
However, to get a fun ride, you should note the following points:
-Selecting travel time to avoid overcrowding and long wait. The appropriate time is from 5-6am, 8-11am and 1-5pm.
- Do not carry a lot of valuable assets with you.
- Prepare change to buy bus tickets if you do not have a monthly ticket.
- Strictly abide by the rules on the bus.
The interesting tour around Hanoi is very safe for children when we use the bus. Photo: Sonic3k
Tours by bus for your reference:
From My Dinh bus station:
Bus No. 33: Ticket price: VND5,000 ($0.2)/turn. Frequency: 15 minutes/bus.
The Bus No. 33 goes from My Dinh bus station to the West Lake. Taking this bus, you can visit the West Lake, Tran Quoc Pagoda and Truc Bach Lake. After enjoying Pho (Vietnamese noodle) in Ngu Xa, you can walk along Phan Dinh Phung and Hoang Dieu road.
From Hoang Dieu, Bus 33 will go to Le Hong Phong Street, where you can stop to visit the Ho Chi Minh Museum and Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.
Walking along Dien Bien Phu to the Hanoi flag pole, Lenin Park, along Nguyen Thai Hoc Street to the Museum of Fine Arts. From Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, you can catch Bus No. 2 to the Hanoi Opera House. From the Hanoi Opera House you can walk along Trang Tien Street to buy souvenirs in Hang Gai or Cau Go.
Bus No. 46: Ticket price: VND5,000. Frequency: 15 minutes.
Bus No. 46 runs to Hoa Binh Park, along the Thang Long Bridge to the ancient citadel of Co Loa.
From Long Bien bus station:
Bus No. 15: Ticket price: VND7,000 ($0.3). Frequency: 10 minutes.
The bus runs through the Chuong Duong Bridge and down to Dong Anh district to Soc Temple and Thanh Chuong Viet Phu Palace.
Bus 47: Ticket price: VND7,000. Frequency: 10 minutes.
This bus goes along the Red River dike to Bat Trang pottery village.
From Yen Nghia bus station:
Bus 75: Ticket price: VND20,000 ($1). Frequency: 30 minutes.
This bus goes along Highway 21B to Huong (Perfume) Pagoda.
From Tran Khanh Du parking lot:
Bus 35: Ticket price: VND7,000. Frequency: 15 minutes.
The bus goes through Thong Nhat Park, the National Cinema Center, Metro Supermarket, Hoa Binh Park and along the North Thang Long highway to Hai Ba Trung Temple.