Guangzhou to Hanoi

August 26, 2016
Guangzhou to Hanoi by train

Finding affordable flights out of Guangzhou is easier when you use ebookers to compare prices. Most flights out of the area depart from the Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, which is situated about seventeen miles from the city's business district. The airport serves as the primary hub for China Southern Airlines and services dozens of other airlines including Batavia Air, Air France, Emirates, and Qatar Airways. With annual traffic of roughly forty five million passengers, Guangzhou International Airport is the third busiest in China.

Parking at Guangzhou International Airport

If you plan to drive to the airport, you have two parking options. The first is located outdoors and the second is in a parking station. Large vehicles parked for an hour pay CNY12, while small vehicles pay CNY8. Additional hours are charged at CNY10 and CNY4 respectively. Plans are currently underway to construct new parking facilities.

Ground Transportation to Guangzhou International Airport

Taxis are a common option of reaching the airport. The airport is a thirty to sixty minute drive from Central Guangzhou depending on traffic, so if you plan to take a taxi, make sure that you leave early enough to catch your flight. Taxis have a CNY7 flat rate for the first mile and a half, and then CNY4.16 for every mile after. Total costs average around CNY120, and you'll be expected to pay the toll fee as well. The airport is also serviced by the city's bus transportation system, which cost CNY25.

Restaurants at Guangzhou International Airport

While waiting for your flight, you can enjoy a meal at several restaurants located within the departure hall. You'll find the Jinlong food court by Gates 17 and 18. The airport's Food Street also has several cafes, so you can grab an invigorating cup of coffee before your flight.

Noi Bai International Airport

Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam, is an exciting, popular, and budget-friendly holiday location. At 28 miles from Hanoi's CBD, the government-operated Noi Bai International Airport services the city and its surrounding districts. Several airlines, including AirAsia and Jetstar, offer transport to Hanoi, and the competition between them is fierce. By indexing and sorting through the plethora of travel and accommodation options available in Hanoi, ebookers ensures you'll get excellent service at a cheap price.

Transportation from the Airport

Buses travel on a regular return route from Hanoi to its airport and generally charge extremely low fares (e.g., under a dollar for a family of four). If you're seeking more privacy, taxis are readily available and will provide drop-offs to almost anywhere in the city. Hotels may offer complimentary shuttle service from the airport—effortlessly check these arrangements online with ebookers when you reserve your accommodation.

Hanoi's Sub-tropical Climate

Due to its vicinity to the equator, Hanoi is characterized by a consistently warm climate. The summer months of June to August often have temperatures exceeding 30°C, so remember to pack accordingly. Winters are mild and dry, averaging approximately 18°C across the day. Hanoi is a relatively wet city, so you should come prepared with umbrellas and other rain gear.

The Attractions of Hanoi

As the primary cultural centre of Vietnam, Hanoi features a mixture of family and artistic experiences. The historically preserved Old Quarter, boasting architecture dating back to Vietnam's French colonization, will please children and adults alike. If you're seeking a more peaceful pastime, visit one of Hanoi's multiple scenic lakes—the West Lake even hosts a floating restaurant. Hanoi is also a popular shopping destination, with its bustling malls famous for their bargain prices and exotic goods. Use ebookers to arrange your flights, transportation, and accommodation in Hanoi, and remember to thoroughly enjoy your holiday.

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