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Vietnam Railways SPT1/2 is a dedicated train running between Saigon and Phan Thiet offering easy access to Mui Ne, a popular coastal destination in the South Central Coast of Vietnam.
The SPT service is operated by Saigon Railways, the subsidiary of Vietnam Railways in charge of managing the train services in Southern Vietnam. The train SPT1/2 departs from Saigon to Phan Thiet in the morning and returns from Phan Thiet to Saigon in the afternoon. Occasionally, during weekends and public holidays, Saigon Railways puts in operation the special train SPT3/4 to transport more passengers.
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Vietnam Railways train serviceVietnam Railways or DSVN (Đường Sắt Việt Nam) is the state-owned railway operator in Vietnam, providing regional and inter-city services across the national rail network. The main line, North–South, links the two biggest cities, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh, whereas the secondary lines Hanoi–Lao Cai, Hanoi–Quan Trieu, Hanoi–Dong Dang, Hanoi–Ha Long, Hanoi–Hai Phong interconnect Northern Vietnam, and Saigon–Quy Nhon, Saigon–Phan Thiet interconnect Southern Vietnam.
Trains running the Saigon–Phan Thiet railway line depart from Saigon Railway Station and arrive to Phan Thiet Railway Station, stopping in Song Than, Bien Hoa and Binh Thuan stations along the way.
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