Taxi car rental to Bac Ninh

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Taxi car rental price to Bac Ninh city center :

Private taxi 4 seater sedan : 400.000 vnd

Private taxi 7 seater suv : 500.000 vnd

Private 16 seater Van : 1.000.000 vnd

Coach / bus (29/ 35/45 seater) : Please contact us

Car type Hanoi to Bac Ninh:

4 seater TAXI : Toyota Vios , Honda Civic, Hyundai Accent…from 9000 vnd / km

7 seaters TAXI : Toyota Innova , Toyota Fortuner , Isuzu Mux… from 10.000 vnd / km

16 seater Van : Ford Transit , Hyundai Solati…from 13.000 vnd / km

29 seater coach : Hyundai County , Samco, Thaco…

35 seater bus : Universe , Samco, Thaco garden…

45 seater bus : Universe , Thaco, Samco…

Distance between Hanoi to Bac Ninh districts :

Bac Ninh city - distance 40 km - 1 hour to drive

Thuan Thanh - distance 30 km – 0,5 hours drive

Gia Binh - distance 50 km – 1,5 hours drive

Luong Tai - distance 50 km – 1,5 hours drive

Yen Phong - distance 40 km – 1 hours drive

Tu Son - distance 20 km – 0,5 hours drive

Tien Du - distance 40 km – 1 hours drive

Que Vo - distance 50 km – 1,5 hours drive

About Bac Ninh province :

Bắc Ninh a city in the north of Vietnam on the Red River Delta is the capital of Bắc Ninh Province. It was the site of a battle in 1884 when the French took over and very soon its name spread into Europe for its lacquer work and mother of pearl inlays in many wooden products. Its name means ‘’northern serenity.’’ It is a cultural centre and has been throughout its history. Nationally it is famous for Quan ho folk music originating in the 13th Century; it was recognised by UNESCO a few years ago as an Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Though fairly flat there are slopes that determine the flow of its two main rivers, the Duong and the Thai Binh. It is Vietnam’s smallest province in terms of area but most densely populated as well.

Best time to visit Bac Ninh :

The dry season runs from November through to April though humidity rises in the later months; average temperatures are around 20C though they will drop a little at night. Temperatures rise as the monsoon season arrives and are likely to average around 30C in the summer. Vietnam travel has its attractions every month of the year of course.

Things to see and do in Bac Ninh :

Ba Chua Kho temple : The shrine to Bà Chúa Kho, the goddess of folk religion, is within a temple in her name.

But Thap pagoda : But Thap Pagoda on the banks of the Duong River is one of most important temples in Vietnam. There is a statue there with a hundred eyes and a hundred arms. There are some extremely interesting 17th Century wooden carvings and quite rightly the pagoda is regarded as one of the best examples of 17th Century religious architecture and will be included in many Vietnam travel packages.

Dong Ho painting village : Dong Ho painting village has gained fame for its block prints which are such an important part of the Vietnamese New Year which is determined by the lunar calendar.

Quan Ho folk song festival : There are many festivals throughout the year in Vietnam and within Bac Ninh there are several in all seasons. Quan Ho festival is a case in point; a folk singing festival each spring. While this Bac Ninh travel guide cannot list them all visitors might like to do their own further research.

Dong Ky village : Dong Ky village is known for its wooden furniture and has established demand way beyond the Province, especially into China. Many wonderful items are likely to be too heavy for those on Vietnam tour packages but that is no reason not to marvel at the craftsmen’s skills.