Mai Linh Bus

With 500 cars of various types, Mai Linh currently serves 49 routes connecting 27 province in both northern and southern parts of Vietnam.

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History

Founded on 12/7/1993 under the name Mai Linh Limitted Company with only VND 300 million of capital and two 4-seats cars and 25 staffs, the enterprise has been trying restlessly to achieve the current state of a giant group with a charter capital over VND 1,000 billion. Although Mai Linh Group is now operating in eight business sectors, its priority is transportation, including Mai Linh Express.

Mai Linh Sleeper Bus

This branch of Mai Linh Group occupies more than 500 cars of various types, ranging from 16 to 45 seats produced by world-class car manufacturers like Ford, Hyundai and Mercedes. Up until now, Mai Linh Express is serving on 49 routes which connect 27 provinces from the South to the North. Routines from Vietnam to Cambodia of the company also gains lots of recognition.

The motto of the firm is “On Time, No Smoking and No Waiting” should satisfy the most picky passengers. Additionally, Mai Linh uses the intelligent GIS (Geographic Information System) through GPS devices equipped on most of its coaches to keep track of the routine and speed in order to minimize accidents and forecast traffic jam.

Since 2007, Mai Linh Express has been rewarded many prizes like “The Strong Brand of Vietnam” or “Vietnam’s famous enterprise” by prestigious organization like Vietnam Ministry of Industry and Commerce and Nielsen. The company’s service quality seems to satisfy customers since there are no negative feedback recorded.

The company headquarters is in Ho Chi Minh City and most of the routines start from here to other provinces.

Bus Schedule

Below is Mai Linh bus schedule departing Ho Chi Minh City's Mien Dong Bus Station (*):

DestinationDurationPriceScheduleSleeper bus
Hanoi38 hours$503PM; 5:30PM; 7PMYes
Danang22 hours$25Noon- 7PM, hourlyYes
Nha Trang9 hours$107:30AM; 9:30AM; noon; 2-10PM hourlyYes
Phan Thiet5 hours$66AM - 10 PM, hourlyNo
Gia Lai12 hours$146PMYes
Buon Me Thuot9 hours$127:30AM; 10AM; 8PM; 9PM; 10PMYes
Dalat7 hours$96AM - 11 PM (every 2 hours)No
Vung Tau3 hours$4.55AM - 7PM (every 20 minutes)No
Ben Tre2 hours$47AM, 8:30AM; 10AM, noon, 1:30PM; 3:30PMNo
Vinh Long2.5 hours$4.55AM - 5PM, hourlyNo
Rach Gia6.5 hours$71AM - 11:30PM, hourlyNo
Can Tho3.5 hours$6Every 30 minutesYes
Soc Trang5.5 hours$86:30AM - 11:30PM, hourlyYes
Ca Mau8.5 hours$96AM - 11PM, hourlyYes

(*) Information is updated as of March 2020

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