Domestic transport in Vietnam is carried out through a diverse range of transport modes, reflecting the development of the country’s transport system. Roads, railways, airways and inland waterways are the key modes, each with its own characteristics and advantages, meeting the diverse transportation demands of people and businesses.
1. Road: With the growing road network, the transportation of goods and people becomes more flexible and faster. Roads help connect rural and urban communities and economic regions, creating favorable conditions for domestic trade and tourism.
2. Railway: Vietnam’s railway network is constantly being upgraded and expanded, bringing benefits in terms of large and safe goods transportation. Railways are often used for heavy, bulky goods and also play an important method in transporting people over long distances.
3. Air: Domestic air transport is becoming increasingly popular and necessary for long distances. Airway helps reduce shipping time significantly and is suitable for goods that are fresh, precious or require quick delivery.
4. Inland waterways: With a large number of rivers, canals and inland waters, waterways play an important method in transporting goods across waterways. Especially in transporting large, heavy and unhurried cargo.

By the flexible combination of these transport modes, domestic transport in Vietnam has met the needs of a diverse economy and is continuing to grow to create favorable conditions for development in the future.