Central Vietnam Luxury Train To Resume Operation On The First Day Of April
Vietage luxury train connecting Danang and Quy Nhon, two well-known coastal cities in Central Vietnam will be reopened on April 1st after a year of suspension due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Launched in July 2020, Vietage impressed its passengers with upscale furnishings and amenities inside the cabins. It comprises a total of 6 cabins, with two seats in each cabin, and is complete with large-sized windows and a bar lounge.
Aerial view of train and railway on Hai Van pass
The distance between the two beach cities is 323km (200 miles) along the long picturesque coastline and verdant mountains. It takes around 6 hours to transfer to and back. A ticket price of around 350 USD per passenger includes a luxurious transfer, a complimentary three-course meal, and a free flow of beer and wine. Also, guests can enjoy a gentle head and shoulder massage.
Vietage train was honored to be listed among Asia's six most amazing journeys by CNN in 2020. Yet, due to the Covid-19 fourth outbreak last year, Vietage train had to close for almost a year.
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As Vietnam has already lifted Covid-19 prevention measures, the country enjoys a tourism boost and the restart of many international flights from different regions worldwide.