You’re not a true backpacker traveling through Vietnam without an experience on a sleeper bus. Whether you’re traveling a few hours during the day or over 12 hours overnight, sleeper buses are a common mode of transportation to major destinations in Vietnam.
On the day I left Hoi An, I went to the Sinh Cafe office (not a sponsor) and booked a ticket on a three-hour route to the former capital, Hue. The cost was 99,000 dong (about US$4.40) and was able to book a back seat, which afforded more legroom but left me with the potential of lying next to two other people for the jounrey. Luckily, no one ends up shoulder to shoulder with me, and I was able to lounge with a lot of space around me.
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