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While crossing Vietnam by motorbike has probably been the most popular way to enjoy adventures and landscapes spread all over the country, getting around Vietnam by train is becoming more popular due to the significant recent development of the Vietnamese railway infrastructure.
Travelling by train throughout Vietnam is a breath-taking experience, especially as you pass by some of the most scenic mountain passes in the country.
A must-see is Hai Van Pass – the iconic 21-kilometre long pass located approximately 500 meters above sea level. Hai Van Pass crosses over a spur of the Truong Son mountain, forming the Hai Van Peninsula, lying between the stunning Lang Co bay and Son Tra Island. Here’s how to experience this train ride, connecting Da Nang and Hue.
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