How to Get There
A return flight (e.g., Jestar, VietJet) that connects Tan Son Nhat airport and Phu Cat airport will cost you around USD 100. Alternatively, you could book your flight from your local airport to Phu Cat as the final destination. Once landed in Phu Cat, take an airport shuttle bus (USD ~3) or a taxi (USD 15-25) to arrive in Quy Nhon.
Booking your flight to Phu Cat as the final destination usually is the best deal
Take a slow and tranquill train from Saigon to Quy Nhon, stopping at either Dieu Tri or Quy Nhon station. Dieu Tri station, being situated on national north-south main line 12km northwest of Quy Nhon, is served by many charter trains either way. The train station of Quy Nhon within the city limits is nevertheless not a major stop on the national main line. Only one national north-south train stops at this station per day.
USD 35-50 for one way
By car (not recommended)
You might rent a car in Ho Cho Minh City and enjoy driving along the scenic national road of 1A. Keep in mind that traffic around Ho Chi Minh City and on national roads is full of hassle.
Local petrol price (RON 95) : 90 cents per litre
FUTA Bus Lines, Mai Linh Express and other coach lines will offer you a coach trip from Ho Chi Minh City to Quy Nhon. You will have to take a taxi ride to arrive in your coach station from Tan Son Nhat airport. Bus tickets could be booked online.
USD 15-25 for one way
By bike (not recommended)
Only if you are local, you have a bike and you are willing to ride. You could in principle enjoy riding along the scenic national road of 1A. Keep in mind that traffic around Ho Chi Minh City and on national roads is full of hassle.
local petrol price (RON 95): 90 cents per litre