Train From Ho Chi Minh
Saigon Railway Station is a large Vietnamese train station in District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, about 1 km from the city center. Saigon Railway Station is the last station on the North-South railway, which is the end of Vietnam Railway. This is one of the most important stations on the North-South railway because it is the focal station of the Southern region to the Central and Northern provinces. Saigon Station today is different from Saigon Station during the French colonial period and the Republic of Vietnam.
Every year, before the Lunar New Year, Saigon Railway Station is still a place where passengers often spend a lot of time queuing for tickets. Since early 2007, the station has applied the form of online ticketing, which helps to reduce troubles for passengers.
The original Saigon Station was built by the French in the area of September 23 Park near Ben Thanh Market, which was inaugurated in 1885. From here, it spreads out in the directions with the railway from Saigon - My Tho, Saigon - Loc Ninh and Sai. Saigon - Hanoi. In 1978, implementing the policy of reorganizing the urban planning of the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City, Sai Gon station moved to Binh Trieu station, and upgrading and repairing the old Hoa Hung cargo station into a passenger station. Today, in November 1983, Saigon Railway Station officially came into operation and exploitation.
Add: 1 Nguyen Thong, Ward 9, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City