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Wednesday - 20/07/2016 23:55

      Located 120 km to the East of Hanoi Capital, Hai Phong is one of five central cities and an urban center of a national level, the third largest city of Vietnam, has an important position in economic and social security, national the regional office and country. As a port city and the main gateway of our country's vital sea, is an important traffic hub of key economic region of Tonkin, on two corridors - one economic cooperation belt Vietnam - China. Haiphong is a traffic hub in the North Sea. Besides, Haiphong is not only developing city as the economic center - scientific - technical synthesis of the northern coastal region and one of the central development of the northern key economic region and the whole country  but still preserve precious traditional culture values throughout  many years. Haiphong, is one of the most developed coastal cities in the country with many natural heritages and charming landscapes. Haiphong shares borders with Quang Ninh province to the north, Hai Duong province to the west and Thai Binh province to the South. When staying in Haiphong, you have opportunities to visit historical and artistic sites, participating cultural events, appreciating Haiphong cuisines, especially seafoods, which are very famous for the fresh and their typical taste  as well as going around to famous destinations near Haiphong centre such as : Halong Bay, Sapa, Cat Ba Island  and so on.

  • Some historical sites in Haiphong:

- Naval Museum (Bo tàng Hi Quân), 353 Street, Anh Dung Commune, Kien Thuy District
- Military Zone III Museum (254 Le Duan Street, Kien An District), (5km southwest of town.)
- Hai Phong City Museum, 11 Đinh Tiên Hoàng Quận Hồng Bàng. Mornings, and afternoons from 2PM. Closed all saturday. Open late evening Tuesday and Sunday

  • Foods and Drinks :

- Various kinds of seafood fresh for cooking  and affordable prices

- "bánh đa cua"- a kind of noodle soup with crab and other traditional Vietnamese ingredients- really delicious, try once and u can't forget!

bánh đa cua

- "bánh bèo"- a white cake made from rice, filled with meat and eaten together with special sauce

- "bún tôm"- a kind of noodle soup, with shrimp

- "chè bưởi"- sweetened porridge, made of beans, glutinous rice and mostly grapefruit, often added with coconut sauce and dry-salted coconut slices

- Lipton Ice Tea - a branded Lipton tea bag in a narrow drinking glass filled with drinking water with sugar and ice cubes added. Makes it a refreshing alternative to coffee.

- Hai Phong Beer - locally made beer, and you easily find this beer in numerous bars/pubs in Haiphong city

  • Hai Phong Brewery (Hai Phong Local Beer), 16 Lach Tray, Ngo Quyen, Hai Phong,  Bia Hoi, fresh from the brewery that is situated directly behind this location. Many stands selling beer here. Look for the joint on the right of the alley where motor bikes are carrying yellow kegs in and out of the brew works. Decent food in a open kitchen. 10,000 for a tall glass (500 ml), 4,000 for a regular. The beer is pleasant with a slightly sweet aftertaste. Way better than Hanoi beer! Arguably best beer in Vietnam.

  • Julie's bar, 28 Minh Khai. A expat baras . Cheap beer, good drinks and a good bunch of regulars. If you are moving here for some time this is the place to get in to the expat community in Hai Phong - or get to know some english speaking Vietnamese. The bar was started by a Belgian guy and the later sold to the current owner, Julie.

  • Aladin Bar , located on 21 Tran Phu street. It is a coffee shop/ bar/ nightclub playing any music from dubstep to heavy metal to anything you fancy sticking on youtube. They also do quality cocktails for as little as 40,000 dong ($2).

  • Another good night spot recently opened is Factory Bar and Grill at 120, Tran Khanh Du, May To, Ngo Quyen, Hai Phong This is a large industrial themed night club owned by a friendly local and his wife. They have regular DJ nights and are open late. Very popular with local Vietnamese and westerners alike.. If you want something a little different, There is a often a mobile cocktail bar parked at the bottom of Tam Bac lake next to the bus station.


Some cultural events:

Nguyen Binh Khiem festival, as one  of the biggest festivals in Hihong city, Nguyen Binh Khiem name is Hanh Phu, Bach Van nicknamed Lay, born in the village of Trung Am, Vinh Lai Trung Am now the village, commune Psychological, Vinh Bao, from small private nature had unusual . 1536, dating to the 6th University of Moscow, he arrived home and parked contest Trang Nguyen, later was named Tinh Nations (also known as Trinh). When he died, King Mac style Vizier, together with the selection process virtually stripped, again giving the money and level 3 thousand 100 acres of worship.

The entire temple complex Nguyen Binh Khiem update is planned on an area of ​​5.7 hectares, the village of his hometown Trung Am. All architectural items are streamlined, scientific, harmonious landscape makes us feel like is to visit a certain spots. In 1991, the relics were state ranked national level. Beyond the port gate with three Chinese characters: Trung Am from (ie to Central Am) is the main temple consists of 3 space, which housed the statues and plaques of Nguyen Binh Khiem. His statue is made of wood, looks like sitting on a throne, wearing a dragon emperor himself, head hat dragonfly wing, right hand raised as notebooks verse preaching to his players. Thai temple’s front Nham lake, on land between the lake (there are bridges over) also made five stone stele Vinh Huu Le Dynasty (1736) recorded the name as this temple and who contribute to building the temple.


Through rain, sun and time, many words on beer was fuzzy, hard to read. Take out the rear to be 3 times more than 100m of roofing rush, Baiyun simulation where Nguyen Binh Khiem am after from the have about teaching poetry. Bach Van am right area and Nguyen Binh Khiem monumental reliefs statements. Nguyen Binh Khiem Statue is an architectural work wear, 5.7 meters high, weighs 8.5 name is made of granite and is described in sitting holding a pen, shakes hand books, clothes or Confucian, casual manners.
On the big bronze censer statue placed in front of him seemed to always steaming incense. Two reliefs, each painting has more than 5 meters high, 20 meters long and is made over a fairly complete in terms of content, layout, art …


A painting depicting the life career since Trinh childhood until his death; other paintings describe a period of local history since the French invasion so far. We visited the exhibit of historical documents relating to Nguyen Binh Khiem. located at the front gate to. It is an architecture with an octagonal roof. A new feature of the new material suggests it was done a few years ago.
Among the exhibits on display here, we pay attention to the dresser in the middle list. On it is a work of Nguyen Binh Khiem as Thunder signed esoteric including his predictions about the future; Baiyun am pilot episode, the Bach Quoc Trinh Van am anthology is a collection of some of the poems of Han and Nom human image he might move or natural beauty … Remarkably, have a kind Original is a remnant of a stone bridge, on which 3 Kanji: “Truong Xuan Kieu” (ie ivy bridge). The Platform’s green footprint on the one hand by people passing.
Field caption beside the bridge is clearly stated by Nguyen Binh Khiem and people in the building in 1543 for crossing small ditch in the temple Meters. Legend lifetime he had come here sightseeing, poetic conversation.
Also relic temple Nguyen Binh Khiem, visitors wishing to learn more can visit specific Nguyen Van Dinh tomb, father Nguyen Binh Khiem, Kinh Thien visit Pen tower not far from the house; Song Mai pagoda and temple Ms. Minh Nguyet (second wife of Trinh); Quan Trung Tan visited monument on the banks of the Han River (next to the bridge joining the Vinh Bao Tien Lang district) or visit her grave bridge Like Thi Thuc, Nguyen Binh Khiem’s ​​mother in the village of Lower Yen commune Kien Thiet, district Tien Lang …
Every year up to December 23, people in the area and the pull of the temple where the priest, offering incense memorial of his death. Besides the week, the festival has many folk games wrestling, tug of war, cock fighting, human chess …
- Location: Relic rural Trinh Trung Am Nguyen Binh Khiem, Psychological commune, Vinh Bao district and city. Haiphong.
- Features: Relic of many works, is a shrine to celebrity culture and Nguyen Binh Khiem and display artifacts of the life and his career.
- Relic of 9 items: pens tower telescope; Temple took up after instruments (1585) with three forecourt, two harem, lake front two symbolize heaven and earth, horizontal image of Temple scored 4 letter “An Nam Ly Learning”; exhibitors and career status of Nguyen Binh Khiem; his farther grave behind the house; Nguyen Binh Khiem stone statue 5,7m tall, weighs 8.5 tons; 1.000m² wide semicircle around the lake; Song Mai pagoda; The statue of her house with Minh Nguyet, wife of Nguyen Binh Khiem and Quan Trung Tan, a place to keep new conception of the word “Chinese” under the direction of the heart “secondary media-friendly press.”


Cat Ba fishing village festival


On March 31st 1959, on a working journey to learn about the socio-economic development in a number of North Eastern islands of the North after liberation, Uncle Ho paid a visit to cadres and people of Cat Hai, Cat Ba. The event is a priceless reward to the Party, army and people of the island district, it is also his infinite care for fellow citizen and soldiers who are living and working in remote islands.
The working visit has been a remarkable memory which can not be faded in the minds of Cat Hai’s militants and people. In addition, the day has been not only a local revolutionary mark but also of the national fishery.



In order to show the local great attitude to Uncle Ho thanks to his visit, the date of March 31st has been decided to be a traditional festival of Cat Hai’s people. Annually, the local authority celebrates the date with various exciting activities, including the notably dragon boat racing on the sea with participation of local fishermen.


Go around: From Hai Phong Centre, you can travel conveniently to famous destinations near Haiphong centre such as : Halong Bay, Sapa, Cat Ba Island  and so on.

  1. Do Son Beach



Do Son is one of the popular beaches among domestic tourists in the north of Vietnam. Do Son is one of the popular beaches among domestic tourists in the north of Vietnam, 20-km southwest of Haiphong and 105 km East of Hanoi. Do Son peninsula situated on the ancient continent, 22.5km in length along the coast from Cam river mouth to Van Uc river mouth. Do Son is often visualized as the head of a Dragon reaching toward a precious stone (Hon Dau isle), whisking its tail to go to sea that forms Bach Long Vi Islands.
Shortly after discovering Haiphong, the French colony turned Do Son into a summer resort for their expatriate community and Vietnamese upper class. Unlike Sa Pa, not many French architecture remains in Do Son. Nowadays, the beach is often packed with local tourists in the summer. After August until April of the following year, Do Son returns to its original beauty. With 2,450m of coastline filled with fine sand, shaded by thousands of sandalwood trees and surrounded by mountains and pine hills, Do Son beach seems to be an ideal beach for visitors from near to far. Interestingly, it has a suitable level of salt that protects your skin from sunburn when they swim, even at noon.
At Do Son beach, besides swimming and water sports, do not miss the fresh seafood. There are good restaurants near the beach but watch out for one with sanest look. Recently, more resorts and casinos have been brought into use to cater to tourists’ demand.


Hon Dau resort

To visit Đồ Sơn Beach, about 20 km southeast of Haiphong, go to Lach Tray Street and board any bus marked  “Thịnh Hưng bus” with a very bright and unmissable pink colour and it is take only nearly an hour to Đồ Sơn Beach by bus.

  1. Trang Kenh Temple



A beautiful mountain landscape, Trang Kenh is also famous for its historical and archeological importance. The attraction belongs to Thuy Nguyen district, about 20 km from Haiphong downtown and accessible by a rented motorbike or taxi ride. Among the famous mountain peaks in Trang Kenh complex is U Bo. A myth has it that at this peak, Tran Hung Dao- one of the most famous military legends in Vietnam- commanded the naval battle against the Chinese aggressors in the 13th century and successfully protecting the sovereignty of Vietnam. From U Bo Peak, visitors can capture the entire panorama of the Bach Dang River. The silence of the river, the immensity of the sea and the resonating mythical stories, all make this a fascinating place to visit.
Most guided tours will have a story to tell about Trang Kenh, including the scientific value of this landscape. According to archaeologists, Trang Kenh was a jewaler workshop of the primitive for as long as 4000 years. As times progressed, the site was used for various purposes, including acting as a revolutionary base for Hai Phong civil and military forces during the struggle against the French colony.



  1. Cat Ba

Cat Ba is the pearl island is an well-known archipelago with a spectacular array of sea and island scenery. It covers an area of 20,000 ha in the North-East of Hai Phong, making it the biggest island out of the 366 islands on the Lan Hạ Bay.  It takes about one hour by high speed hydrofoil to go to the island, or by land it is about 60 kilometres passing two ferries.


Right from the moment of setting foot on Cat Ba gangway, you will be carried away by the immense blue sky, flickering sight of mountains and fresh salty air from the ocean. This natural dose of massage is likely to relieve all the dizziness from your long trip.
If you are not on a package tour, make sure to call and reserve your hotel in advance, for the island accommodation facility is rather limited for the number of visitors, especially during the summer. If you can, try to get one that face the ocean and lean against the mountain.
Visiting the popular beaches of Cat Co and Cat Dua, one can enjoy the blue and warm water, and so clear that he or she can see the golden sand beneath. If you prefer something more quiet and calm, you can hire a motor boat or kayak to sail to the small islets, where there Cat Trai Gai, Duong Gianh and Hien Hao beaches are located.
The mountain adjacent to Cat Co Beach has a tunnel and several fascinating caves and grottoes, such as Hang Luon, Khe Sau, Trung Trang, Gia Luan and Kim Cuong. Unlike the well-lit caves of Ha Long Bay, visiting these caves and grottoes give you a better feel of being an explorer or conqueror of natural wonder and mysteries.


Coming out of the caves and grottoes in late afternoon, you will be thrilled by the sunset over Lan Ha Bay. Against the background of golden horizon and the dark blue sea, the heaving islets become multiform, the white sea-gulls hover and sea-eagles make circles in the sky, an experience that you cannot afford to miss while on Cat Ba.

How to get there from Haiphong

Hai Phong Bus terminal, here you will be told to get off the bus and "escorted" (pointed) to get onto another bus. This bus travels by road, sometimes a dirt road, to a Harbor on the Eastern side of Hai Phong. Travel to this harbor involves rough dirt roads through what looks like an industrial/shipping port and takes about 40 minutes. 4) Upon arrival at Harbor you will be told to get off the bus yet again and escorted to the speed boat. The speedboat will proceed to travel through the harbor and onto the Western side of Cat Ba Island. Travel time on the boat is about 20 minutes, however on our return journey we had to wait 30 minutes from boat drop off to bus boarding. 5) Once on Cat Ba Island you will be escorted to another bus that will take you into Cat Ba town, about 30 minutes travel time. You also travel to Cat Ba by motorbike. From Hai Phong the ferry terminal is at Dinh Vu, it is located in an industrial shipping area and is not well signed, a dirt road from the main road leads to the terminal. The ferry costs 30,000 vnd to Cat Hai where you have to ride across the island and catch a second ferry costing 20,000 vnd to Cai Vieng terminal on Cat Ba island. A 26km ride across the island will then get you to Cat Ba town. The ferries run from 6.00am every 30 minutes. Anyone you hire a bike from should give you a photocopied map of the island which will help you with planning.

  1. Cat Ba nation Park


And when you travel to Cat Ba Island, you may have amentity in Cat Ba Nation Park. Situated to the North West of Cat Ba Island, Cat Ba Nation Park contributes to the rich flora and fauna collection of Vietnam. The Park covers an area of 15,200 ha, including 9,800 ha of forests with splendid grottoes.
There are some 745 species of plants, including various species of rare wood trees such as Tri Ly, Lat Hoa, Lim Set, Gie Hoa, Kim Giao, white wood. Most notable is Kim Giao wood, the material to make chopsticks for the Kings. It is said that Kim Giao chopstick will show bubbles and turn itself into red when it touches poisoned food.
Cat Ba National Park is also home to 20 species of mammals, 69 species of birds, 20 species of reptiles and amphibians, 11 species of frogs. Many of these animals are listed in the Red Book and under tight protection. The most notable of all is Vooc (white faced monkeys), which can only be found on Cat Ba Island. Another strange plant is Ma Tien fruit, an extremely toxic fruit. If a person eats Ma Tien he will die immediately, but the white-faced Vooc often survive on Ma Tien leaves and fruits.



  1. Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay (literally: “Descending Dragon Bay”; Vietnamese: Vịnh Hạ Long) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a popular travel destination, located in Quảng Ninh province, Vietnam.


Situated in the North-East region of Vietnam, roughly 60 km west of Haiphong,  Halong Bay is in the Gulf of Tonkin stretching through Halong City, Cam Pha Town, and a part of the island district of Van Don. Halong Bay borders Cat Ba Island in the southwest, the East Sea in the east, and the mainland, creating a 120 km coastline. Halong Bay is made up of 1,969 islands of various sizes. There are two kinds of islands, limestone and schist, concentrated in two main zones: the southeast (belonging to Bai Tu Long Bay), and the southwest (belonging to Halong Bay). This densely concentrated zone of rock islands, world famous for its spectacular scenery of grottoes and caves, forms the central zone of Halong Bay, which has twice been acclaimed as the World Heritage by the UNESCO.


System of Islands and Caves

Ha Long Bay consists of numerous islands and peaks of different heights, arranged in a zigzag pattern, like the figure of a dragon splashing in the water. This is a hidden bay with a sea area of 1,500 square kilometers along a realm of thousands of islands (mostly limestone) naturally grouped. Many islands are named after the figures that they resemble, such as Frog, Elephant, Fighting Cock, Turtle or Roof Island that may appeal to the imagination of tourists.  There are two bigger islands, Tuan Chau and Cat Ba, where there have been permanent inhabitants. Both of them have tourist facilities, including hotels and beaches. There are a number of wonderful beaches on the smaller islands.
Ha Long Bay is a limestone area with many wonderful caves, such as Dau Go, Bo Nau, Trong, Trinh Nu and Sung Sot Cave, each with their own fascinating legend.



Ha Long Bay includes two ecosystems: tropical moist evergreen rainforest, and a marine and coastal ecosystem.
The bay treasures many valuable specialties, such as fish, abalone and shrimps of different kinds. On the islands there are various kinds of birds and animals, including mostly local species of chicken, blue birds, monkeys, bantams, antelopes and iguanas. Pearls and coral can be collected on some islands.
In Ha Long City, you also travel to famous landscapes
Tuan Chau Beach


Some 8 km away from the Bai Chay, Tuan Chau is a sandy artificial beach which stretches over 3 km.


Heading to the holiday resort in Tuan Chau Island Resort, besides swimming, tourists can enjoy such fascinating extras as sightseeing, entertainment, and sports activities, including climbing or camping in the eco-tourism zone.

Bai Chay Beach


Bai Chay is a large, beautiful, artificial beach, closed to the coast of Ha Long Bay. The 100-meter-wide-sandy beach spans over 500 m. Early in the morning or in late afternoon, thousands of people liven up the atmosphere here. 
The asphalt road winds its way through the white sandy beach and luxuriant casuarinas. The Hoàng Gia Tourism Company has invested in diverse services for tourists. The Bai Chay tourist site is fast changing into one of the most captivating of this kind in Hạ Long City. It comprises restaurants, water puppet and traditional music theatres, Hoàng Gia Park, water-skiing, and sea motorcycling. The Hoàng Gia Park lines along the Hạ Long road leading from the Bai Chay Tourist Wharf to the gate of the Hạ Long Night Market


Tuan Chau Island


Tuan Chau Island is the only soil island of all. It is not only a place having beautiful natural surroundings: pine trees, lakes, beautiful beach…but also where President Ho Chi Minh chose to be the relax place of other State officials' and his when they came here in 1959.
Ha Long, one of the World Heritages, comprises thousands of big and small islands. Each one has its own characteristic with various caves: Sung Sot Cave,Thien Cung Cave, Trinh Nu Cave. Tuan Chau Island is the only soil island of all. It is not only a place having beautiful natural surroundings: pine trees, lakes, beautiful beach…but also where President Ho Chi Minh chose to be the relax place of other State officials' and his when they came here in 1959.On the total area of 400 ha, Tuan Chau has the population of 1500. As planned, the total area of Tuan Chau will be widen to 675 ha. It enjoys the advantage of having both road and river transportations. It is about 18 km away from National Highway No.1. This route is an important blood vessel of the robust Hanoi – Hai Phong – Quang Ninh economic triangle. It takes about 1 hour from Hai Phong. Tuan Chau island’s name is the combination between ‘linh tuan’ (the patrolman) and ‘tri chau’ (district chief) because in the feudal time, the royal army set up a guard station here to patrol and defend the borderland. Prior to 1999, the island's residents suffered from a very modest living standard.There was no power network and no clean water. Roads were only trails and there was no mechanical means of transportation. Tuan Chau was a very poor town where fishing with very rudimentary tools is the only means of living.  The first project of great significance was to link Tuan Chau and the National Highway No18 by building a road. The work was officially started on February 28th, 1998. All company staff had to overcome numerous hardships to achieve this difficult task, which translated people’s dream into reality. 
Tuan Chau has become well- known to both international and domestic tourists as an attractive destination with:
- a dolphin&seal club
- a circus
- a crocodile club
- an (artificial) beach with 4 km long. 
- a Vietnamese culinary area
- a hotel and resort area of 5-star standard (200 rooms)
- a water recreation park with activities such as motor racing, canoeing, parachuting, water skiing, etc. 
- Ha Long Bay sight- seeing services by canoe, boat, helicopter.
- a high tech water fountain with music playing, laser lighting and film projecting on water screens.


How to get there
Hai Phong city is about 75 kilometers away from Halong Bay. You can either book a private car or call for a taxi and it will take roughly 2 hours to transfer from Hai Phong to Halong Bay. 
Available Options:
By Car
The easiest way to book for a private transfer is to ask the reception at your hotel or contact a legit travel agency to arrange the service. If you want to wave for a taxi, do not forget to negotiate the price in advance because for long distance, it is better to pay lump-sum for the whole trip rather than pay on a kilometer-based charge.
By Bus
There is also daily local bus from Hai Phong bus station to Halong departing every 30 minutes from 6 am to 6 pm and the bus fare is around VND 60,000 to VND 80,000 ($3 to $4) per person,and it takes average 1 hour 10 mins75 km fromHaiphong by bus to the destination.This is a great way to travel as a real local at a low cost. However, the bus follows a fixed route and does not drop guests at any wharfs, you will need to take a taxi or a typical Vietnamese motorbike taxi to the wharf where your cruise docks to join the trip.
By Train
No train route available

  1. Sapa

Sapa is such a colourful town thanks to the H’mong and Dzao people from the local hill tribes who head into the town’s market every day to trade their produce. There’s a main market every Saturday when the place is packed but there’s a lower key one every other day during the week. These people will have undergone no formal education but the arrival of foreigners has made them well aware of the value of money and many of the youngsters have picked up a basic level of English. They sell clothing and handicrafts which are popular with tourists.
Many visitors sign up for trekking expeditions out to local villages and beyond. All hotels and travel agencies in town offer half day visits to Cat Cat just 3km outside of Sapa and full day hikes to Ta Phin village which lies 10km outside town. Spectacular scenery abounds on all treks in the area. Overnight stays in minority villages such as Sin Chai are also popular options.
For stunning scenery you must get out to the Tram Ton Pass 15km from Sapa. At 1900m is the highest in Vietnam and connects Sapa to Lai Chau. All around you are surrounded by almost vertical rice terraces and stunning mountain peaks with regular mists hovering on them. The 100m high Thac Bac waterfall on the same route is spectacular.
For the seriously fit there is a hike to the top of Fansipan, Vietnam’s highest peak at 3143m. This isn’t a climb to be taken lightly with potentially treacherous conditions when the weather turns bad. From Sapa to the peak is only about 20km yet experienced hikers take three or four days to complete it carrying all their own equipment as there is no accommodation en route. Taking a local guide and even porters is highly recommended. If you are up to such a challenge the rewards are breath-taking, and apparently, from the end of September to mid-December period the best time to be there.

Getting to Sapa

Sapa is about 440km from Hai Phong. From Hai Phong to Sapa, there is no sleeper bus service now but there exists sleeper bus from Hai Phong to Lao Cai (→Sapa) every 2 days in Luner calender so if you want to take sleeper bus from Hai Phong to Lao Cai (→Sapa), it’s better for you to ask and confirm the actual departure dates in Luner calender at the bus station. In addition, Hai Phong has 4 bus stations as below. 
- Cau Rao bus station---the biggest bus station and far from city center but easy to access by public bus, of course by taxi. This bus station has many destinations from north to south (Cao Bang, Lao Cai, Ninh Bing, Thanh Hoa, Vinh, Hue, Da Nang, Buon Ma Thuot (Central Viet Nam), Da Lat, Saigon etc.
- Niem Nghia bus station---Ha Noi, Ninh Binh, Thanh Hoa, Hue, Da Nang, Buon Ma Thuot, Saigon etc
- Lac Long bus station---this bus station is very close to boat terminal to go to Cat Ba island and mainly is used for direction north Ha Long bay (Bai Chay & Hon Gai), Mong Cai(near CN border) etc
- Tam Bac bus station---Ha Noi, Lang Son, Ninh Binh, Thanh Hoa, Vinh, Buon Ma Thuot, Saigon etc
Therefore, if you go to Lao Cai(→Sapa) from Hai Phong by sleeper bus, your bus station is Cau Rao bus station.

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