Getting to TNU

Two railway lines serve Thái Nguyên Province, and particularly the city of Thái Nguyên. The first line connects Hanoi Railway Station to Quán Triều Railway Station (Quán Triều Ward), and the second connects Lưu Xá Railway Station (Phú Xá Ward) to Hạ Long Railway Station, Hạ Long, via a railway junction at Kép in Bắc Giang Province. Both lines were built after the First Indochina War; unlike most railway lines in Vietnam, which were established in metre gauge, the 163 km (101 mi) Luu Xa–Hạ Long line was built at standard gauge, and the 75 km (47 mi) Hanoi–Quán Triều line was built at mixed gauge. The rail spur connecting Luu Xa and Kép was a strategic line constructed between October 1965 and December 1966 by a railroad engineering division of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, who operated in North Vietnam repairing railway lines at the request of Ho Chi Minh

1. From Ha Noi

Ha Noi is the capital of Viet Nam and also the central point in the North. The University is easily reachable from train or by Bus. The bus is available every 30 minutes and the travel time is approximately 2 hours. The cost for a one way ticket from Ha Noi to Thai Nguyen is approximately 60.000 VND. When you arrive at the Thai Nguyen Bus station, you would be pleased to know that going the University headquarter is only 5 minutes long by taxi

2. From Noi Bai Airport

There are only two options for you to get to Thai Nguyen city: By Taxi and by Bus

1. By taxi: It takes one hour and thirty minutes from here to Thai Nguyen. 

2. By Bus: First you take a taxi to bus station and then from bus station you take a bus to Thai Nguyen City


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