An Giang Transportations

An Giang province has convenient land and water transport systems. The province has traffic hubs with Ca Mau, Can Tho City, Ho Chi Minh City, Rach Gia and a number of other places in the Mekong Delta.

Long Xuyen, the capital of An Giang Province, is 190 kilometres to the southwest of Ho Chi Minh; 126 kilometres to the east of My Tho and 62 kilometres to the northwest of Can Tho.

Waterways

Having a high-speed train from Ho Chi Minh City to Chau Doc
- From Ho Chi Minh City – Chau Doc: Starting at 8 A.M on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
- From Chau Doc – Ho Chi Minh City: Beginning at 8A.M on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Each trip lasts about 6 hours.

The ferry dock is on Pham Hong Thai Street with ferries service for Cho Vam, Dong Tien, Hong Ngu, Kien Long, Lai Vung, Rach Gia, Sa Dec and Tan Chau.

Travellers should remember to carry or wear your own life jacket and tie a long rope on your backpack as traveling along float- marker.

Roads


Long Xuyen Bus Station is on 96/3B Tran Hung Dao Road. It has bus route from here to Ca Mau, Can Tho, Chau Doc, Ho Chi Minh City, Rach Gia, and other Mekong Delta destinations.
Chau Doc Bus Station is the southwest of Chau Doc on Le Loi Street. You can visit to Ca Mau, Can Tho, Ha Tien, Long Xuyen, Ho Chi Minh City, Soc Trang and Tra Vinh by this bus route.

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