Discovering Vietnam in Two Wheels
One of the best destinations in Southeast Asia is Vietnam. The eye-catching landscapes, the yellow rice fields, the tasty local cuisines, the stunning local Vietnamese people, the ancient architectural buildings and historical sites all draw a lot of visitors. In recent days, this country has seen a great deal of growth in terms of tourism. Since the late 1980s, there has been tremendous economic growth. Cycling and motorcycles are important forms of transport in this region. Going away from the busy cities and towns and beginning your exciting journey on two wheels is an idea.
A quick holiday by bike is really a perfect way to explore Vietnam's beautiful country and get to know the locals' lifestyle. Since most of the tourist destinations are located near the nation's coastline, it can be easy and hassle-free to cycle around the whole country. The local food is excellent and is a highlight for most adventure-seeking visitors, so what could be more exciting than riding your bike to fulfill your appetite?
30 million Vietnamese can't be wrong-the most beautiful view of Vietnam is given by bike trips. Biking through this beautiful country offers travelers the chance to meet the locals and to experience their tradition and culture in a special way that is not otherwise possible. As an added bonus, all of Vietnam's adventure tours let you indulge in local delicacies. When you travel from the colder areas of the northern area to the warmer regions of the south, the landscape, food and weather change.
The capital city of Hanoi is a vibrant city with many narrow streets and the scent of ancient temples and street foods watering the mouth. You can travel to the rice fields in the Red River Delta from this booming city and get to know rural life. Driving further east, you can visit Halong Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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The highlights of biking trips in Vietnam are offered by most tour agencies. Travelers can experience Hui's historical remains on a bike, experience Ho Chi Minh City's buzzing electricity, ride a cycle on Quy Nhon's less-traveled, be welcomed by the local Vietnamese people, and conquer the beautiful and eye-catching Hai Van Pass and obviously chill out in Nha Trang beaches' clear water.
The whole trip is divided into five components. The cycling trip begins with a trip around the capital city of Hanoi. Then, take a train ride to Hue and cycle around it and other towns like Hoi An and Da Nang. The next tour is to visit Nha Trang and Dalat towns. Usually, the cycling trip finishes in Ho Chi Minh City. Here, tourists are given the opportunity to discover the sights and historical sites as well. With tons of concrete buildings and bikes, Ho Chi Minh City is one of the busiest towns in Vietnam. A glimpse of nature can be provided by traveling a little far from the main city.