Getting There in VietnamEdit This
From Cambodia: There is a road crossing at Moc Bai (Tay Ninh province 80km from Saigon) connecting Phnom Penh in Cambodia with Saigon. The new crossing into Cambodia via Chau Doc (245 km from Saigon) is passable either by boat or road.
From Laos: There is a road crossing at Lao Bao in Quang Tri Province, about 160km north of Hue, connecting Savannakhet with Central Vietnam. Another road into Vietnam is via Cau Treo, Ha Tinh Province.
From China: There are 03 roads crossing at Ha Khau (Lao Cai Province), Dong Dang (Lang Son Province) and Mong Cai (Quang Ninh Province
There are no normal sea crossings into Vietnam although an increasing number of cruise liners sail into Vietnamese waters. The only other international connection by boat is the Mekong River crossing from Chau Doc to Phnom Penh
There is an international rail connection between China and Vietnam, from Peking via Nanning to Hanoi crossing at Lang Son and from Kunming to Hanoi via Lao Cai.
Vietnam currently has three international airports: Noi Bai serving Hanoi in the north, Danang International Airport serving the central provinces and Tan Son Nhat in Ho Chi Minh City serving the south.
Available flights to Bangkok, Singapore, Paris, Hong Kong, Seoul, Sydney, Berlin, Jakarta, Manila, Taipei, Guangzhou, Vientiane, Amsterdam, Moscow, Frankfurt, Kuala Lumpur, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Dubai, Osaka, Kaohsiung, and Phnom Penh
August 20, 2008 change by hanoipeacetour (1 point)
The following airlines are flying to Vietnam:
China Airlines via Taipei.
Vietnam Airlines (from numerous international destinations)
Lao Airlines from Vientiane
Thai Airways via Bangkok
Malaysia Airlines via Kuala Lumpur to Hanoi and HCMC.
Singapore Airlines via Singapore (from other international destinations) to Hanoi or HCMC.
Eva Air (Taiwan) to HCMC.
Air France from Paris, London Heathrow, and Basel, Switzerland (Hanoi and HCMC).
Lufthansa from Frankfurt to Hanoi or more..
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