Mui ne does not have its own train station but there are 2 stations that act as drop off points if you are arriving by train ( and we very much advise that you do). It’s far safer than the tourist buses and allows you to see some of the countryside and even grab some local food in the dining carriage. Price wise it comes in a little more expensive than the tourist buses but only marginally.
Ho Chi Minh railway station :Address : 1 Nguyen Thong , 9 Ward, 3 District, Ho Chi Minh City
Phan Thiet railway station:Address :
There is another option to Phan Thiet station . Moung Man (currently known as Binh Thuan train station) is another 20kms outside of Phan Thiet so is quite a journey to Mui ne (around 350.000vnd.) The re-unification Express stops here with 2 trains a day passing both South ( to Saigon) and North ( to Nha Trang, Danang etc.)
For a full up to date train schedule to all destinations in Vietnam visit www.vietnam-railway.com but be wary of booking through them as prices seem to be a little on the expensive side.
As yet there is no secure way of booking the train without visiting the station a few days before hand so plan in advance if you wish to arrive or depart by the wheels of steel.
• Under 2 years: Travel free
• From 2 to under 9 years old (and shorter than 1.3m): Price will be 50% of adult price for the North – South trains and and vice versa. But for trains to Hanoi – Sapa and vice versa, the children will have to pay full price.
• Over 9 years old: 100% of adult price.