Taxi car rental to Nam Dinh
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Taxi car rental price to Nam Dinh city center :
Private taxi 4 seater sedan : 800.000 vnd
Private taxi 7 seater suv : 900.000 vnd
Private 16 seater Van : 1.400.000 vnd
Coach / bus (29/ 35/45 seater) : Please contact us
Car type Hanoi to Nam Dinh:
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 Nam Dinh districts :
Nam Dinh city - distance 85km – 1,5 hours drive
Giao Thuy - distance 135 km – 3 hours drive
Hai Hau - distance 130 km – 3 hours drive
My Loc - distance 85 km – 2 hours drive
Nam Truc - distance 100 km – 2 hours drive
Nghia Hung - distance 130 km – 2,5 hours drive
Truc Ninh - distance 110 km – 2,5 hours drive
Vu Ban - distance 90 km – 2 hours drive
Xuan Truong - distance 120 km – 2,5 hours drive
Y Yen - distance 85 km – 1,5 hours drive
About Nam Dinh province :
Nam Dinh Province, situated on the south of Red River Delta, is contiguous to Ha Nam, Thai Binh provinces on the north, Ninh Binh Province on the west and the East Sea on the east. Endowed with pristine 74km long coastline and 4 large rivers, Nam Dinh has great potential to develop the economy of fishing and water tourism. In addition, Nam Dinh is one of the key agricultural regions in the Northern Vietnam.
Nam Dinh top attractions :
In some extents, Nam Dinh might not be on the list of popular tourist destinations in Vietnam and less visited by foreign travelers. But it’s suitable for persons who like to visit off the beaten track places. Coming there, tourists will be immersed into rustic beauty of the rural landscape and discover rich culture and history of local residents.
Nam Dinh has many things to offer from historic Tran Temple Complex, Co Le Buddist temples to a paradise for nature lovers of Xuan Thuy national park. It is also famous for its specialties with simple but delicious dishes, especially, homeland to well-known noodle soup with beef. If you are looking for an off the beaten track destination to discover during your Vietnam holiday, please consider to put this place into your travel map.
Tran Temple Complex : Tran Temple Complex is the cluster of three temples, where Tran Dynasty’s Kings and royal family members and their meritorious mandarins are worshipped. This complex is located in Loc Vuong Ward, Nam Dinh City. Nam Dinh is considered as the native place of Tran Dynasty (1225-1400) which was the most prosperous dynasty in the feudal history of Vietnam.
Although there are several Tran Temples in northern provinces such as: Thai Binh, Ha Nam, Hai Duong, Thanh Hoa; Tran Temple Complex in Nam Dinh is still the most invaluable property because this southern Red River Delta province is the sacred land of the Viet people, Tran Kings and national hero Tran Hung Dao who defeated three Mongol invasions in 1258, 1285 and 1288.
Royal Seal Opening Ceremony in Tran Temple is well known all over the country. Thousands of people wait in long queues from 11 pm on 14th of lunar January, in the hope to receive these yellow papers with royal seal as a token of luck and succeed for the New Year.
Phu Day Relic : Phu Day Relic is located in Kim Thai commune, Vu Ban district, around 15km southwest from Nam Dinh City. This complex consists of 20 cultural relics associated with the life and career of Goddess Lieu Hanh – one of four Immortal Gods in Vietnamese folk religion (Saint Tan Vien, Thanh Giong, Chu Dong Tu and Lieu Hanh).
The legend said that Lieu Hanh was the daughter of the Jade Emperor. She broke her father’s treasured cup and was banished to earth. The Emperor allowed her to be reincarnated three times because she loved her life on earth so much. During her reincarnations, she used her magic to help people fight against invaders, spent money to build dams to prevent floods, saved miserable people. She is considered as the symbol of feminine power which is opposite to the “Three Obedience, Four Virtues” – moral principles for women in Confucianism. Vietnamese women admired her with the freedom in action as well as independence in thought. This is the explanation of her immortality in the Vietnamese conscience.
Annually, Phu Day Festival is held from 3rd to 8th March of the lunar calendar here and is the biggest among numerous festivals honoring Goddess Lieu Hanh all over the country. Being recognized as National Intangible Cultural Heritage, Phu Day Relic plays an important part in Vietnamese Mother Worshipping Religion.
Co Le Buddhist Temple : Lying in Co Le town, Truc Ninh district, 20 km from Nam Dinh City is Co Le Buddhist Temple, a distinctive combination of Vietnamese and European architecture. It was originally built by Zen Buddhist Nguyen Minh Khong under the reign of King Ly Tran Tong (1128-1138). In 1092, Superior Buddhist Monk Pham Quang Tuyen rebuilt it with inspiration from European Gothic architecture. Arched domes was designed as cathedral but curved tiled roofs of a traditional Vietnamese pagoda were still preserved. The curved corners of the roof are also decorated with typical stone carvings of dragons.In 1947, following President Ho Chi Minh’s appeal for national resistance, all 27 monks and nuns of the pagoda joined the army to fight against invaders.
Co Le Pagoda Festival is taken place annually from 13th to 16th of ninth lunar month. Coming here during these days, tourists can see that Co Le Pagoda Festival still preserves many traditional cultural and rituals reflecting the rich and diverse cultural life of rice farmers such as Buddha procession, wrestle, chess, boat racing etc.
Catholic Churches & Cathedrals : Nam Dinh is known as the home to many Roman Catholic beautiful churches & cathedrals.
* Bui Chu Cathedral – Xuan Ngoc Commune, Xuan Truong District, 35km from Nam Dinh City
It was built by a Spanish priest in 1884 under French colonial period with a length of 78 meters, a width of 22 meters, and the height at 15 meters.
* Phu Nhai Basilica – Xuan Phuong Commune, Xuan Truong District, 36km from Nam Dinh City
Phu Nhai Roman Catholic Church has official name as the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. It was initially built of wood in 1866 and was restored 5 times then become larger and nicer with more Western style. When rebuilt in 1933, it was the biggest church in Indochina at that time. The church impresses visitors with its Gothic decorations and architecture reminiscent of the Middle Ages in Western Europe.
* Xuong Dien Church – Hai Ly Commune, Hai Hau District, 45km from Nam Dinh City
The church was built with tiled roofs and wood frames, which was influenced by architectural style of Vietnamese Buddhist temples.
* Hung Nghia Holy Shrine – Hai Hung Commune, Hai Hau District, 36km from Nam Dinh City
The church was built in 1927, the construction lasted 12 years with the contributions of thousands of Christiane, and newly renovated in 2000. Visitors will surely be surprised to witness the shape of the magnificent castle with fine and detailed decorations.
Xuan Thuy National Park : Located 60km southwest of Nam Dinh City is Xuan Thuy National Park in Giao Thien Commune, Giao Thuy District. This ecological tourism destination is a perfect option for tourists who are interested in biodiversity and migratory birds. From November to April, Xuan Thuy National Park was selected as a door stop of thousands of birds migrating from the north to stay away from cold winter. Besides, this 12,000 ha area is home for 215 species of birds living in its forests and mangrove swamps all year round, including several rare types such as the Pelican, Spoon-bill Stork and Saunder’s Gull. More than 110 aquatic plant species, 500 species of benthos and zooplankton also found there. Visitors can choose tour packages with trekking or taking boat to visit the park, as well ask visiting other cultural sites in the surrounding areas.
Thinh Long Beach : It takes tourists around one hour for the drive from Nam Dinh City to Thinh Long Beach – a very popular weekend escape for locals in summer time. Its water isn’t crystal clear like other beaches in Central Vietnam because the Red River flows into the ocean from here so the color of the water is like soil color. On the other hand, seawater in this beach has high salinity so it can treat rheumatism and skin diseases. In comparison to beaches in Sam Son or Cua Lo, Thinh Long beach isn’t affected by hot southwest wind from Laos. Therefore, the climate here is cooler with pleasing sea breeze. You also can visit nearby fishing villages to experience the daily life of local people. Don’t forget to taste local seafood when you are in Thinh Long because this place is well known for its diverse and fresh seafood at very reasonable prices.
Vieng Market : After celebrating Tet Holiday, locals will spend the 7th and 8th day of the first lunar month to visit Vieng Market. This spring market is held once a year in Nam Truc and Vu Ban Districts. Locals are more familiar with the name “Cho Am Phu” (Hades Market) because the busiest time to visit the market falls on the late night of the 7th and early morning of the 8th. That period is considered as the moment of heavenly-earthly, positive-negative exchange. This spring market is a kind of open-air fair, where displays handicraft products, antiquities and false antiquities, utensils, tools for agriculture production, and many kinds of ornamental plants.
Thousands of people gather here not just to enjoy the market atmosphere but the main purpose is exchanging luck and happiness for the new year.