Cycling in Vietnam

Cycling in Vietnam must see & do

  • 1Be awed by Hanoi's One Pillar Pagoda
  • 2Feel humbled by the war stories of Cu Chi and My Lai
  • 3Explore the mesmerising islands of Halong Bay
  • 4Tour the Temple of Literature
  • 5Snorkel the crystalline waters of Nha Trang

Vietnam shoulders the eastern corner of the Indochina Peninsula, neighbouring China, Laos and Cambodia. A country of fast thrills, sharp flavours and contrary historical influences, the ravishing ranges and sprawling national parks of regional Vietnam invite intrepid cyclists to experience the lush, clean air of little-known provinces, thriving city scapes and picturesque bays.

Very rarely are holidays tailored specifically to budding cyclists; while most cities boast the best in two-wheeling, a cross-country adventure will satiate the inner fitness junkie, while checking a list of destinations and better kept secrets off a Vietnamese bucket list.

The fine powder beaches of Mui Ne make for an appetising after-dinner spectacle, as another hard day’s riding looms and Bidoup-Nui Ba National Park intrudes on the blissful ambience of a coastal fishing village.

Morning, afternoon and evening rides will pull at your heart strings, passing war memorials, imperial capitals and old town relics; riders have the opportunity to dismount and walk around, pocketing memories, trinkets and vendor feasts from local sellers, retaining something of this emerging nation, beyond a last minute postcard. River cruises, Halong bay cruises and authentic Vietnamese flavours top off this extensive itinerary.

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