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Luxurious Saigon-Phan Thiet train to debut soon

BTO – From March 20th, passengers en route from Ho Chi Minh City to Phan Thiet city are able to enjoy the topnotch quality of services as the Vietnam’s Railway operator will launch new luxurious carriages in a daily train running on the HCM city – Phan Thiet route. With state-of-the-art interior, the would-be luxurious couple of trains will be launched from March 20th, are expected to comfort travelers, according to the operator. Each car has from 4 to 6 beds with cushion and other convenient facilities.

The prices for the train tickets range from VND 137,000 to VND 187,000 (except special occasions). The train from Sai Gon to Phan Thiet (SPT2) departs from Saigon at 6:30 am, and arrives in Phan Thiet at 10:30 am. The train from Phan Thiet to Sai Gon (SPT1) departs from Phan Thiet at 13:10pm, and arrives in Sai Gon at 17:20 am. Other pick-up stops are at Sai Gon, Di An, Bien Hoa, Binh Thuan, Phan Thiet.

My Thien (Source: Nguoi Lao Dong)

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