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Vietnam Bike Tours

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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About Vietnam Bike Tours
In 2010 company founder Ngo Trong Huy started Vietnam Bike Tours in Ho Chi Minh City with just three secondhand bikes and a determination to build a first class cycling tour company in Southeast Asia. Now more than one thousand cyclists each year ride with Vietnam Bike Tours on cycling holidays in Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Malaysia and Singapore. With a passion for cycling across Southeast Asia, in Sep, 2017, Ngo Trong Huy, moved his family to Yangon, Myanmar. Huy’s move to Myanmar is the next step in building Vietnam Bike Tours and offering cyclists yet one more amazing Asia destination. Ride with us in exotic Myanmar (Burma).
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Amy T wrote a review May 2020
4 contributions1 helpful vote
This was the best thing I did on my trip to Vietnam! It was smooth runnings from start to finish. Our tourguide Phuc met us at our hostel a few minutes early but was more than happy to wait for us to finish our breakfast. He was polite and courteous throughout and spoke excellent English. We were guided through stunning vistas and met some lovely local farmers who seemed genuinely pleased to see us rather than seemingly like they were being watched. Phuc made sure he went at our pace and that we were kept topped up with water and food throughout. The price may seem high for Vietnam, but we can assure you it is well worth it. My partner and I were on our own for the tour which made it a bit more pricey but I'm sure it's good with others in the group as well. We aren't anything like professional cyclists, we just poodle about a bit on holidays and the pace and climate were perfect. We thought the heat might be too much but actually because you have the wind going past you the whole time, it's cooler than walking around in the heat. Phuc told us so much about what we were seeing but also left us to enjoy the scenery for much of the time as well. The homestay in the middle of the two days was superb! We even had a cooking lesson and got to eat the produce! Logistics are easily managed and smooth as a button. Please choose this tour - you won't regret it!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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glenluscombe wrote a review Mar 2020
Vancouver, Canada2 contributions4 helpful votes
First off our guide was great, very knowledgeable of the area and bike repairs. This leads to the bikes. Very used, they needed new tires most worn down to nothing. Three different flat tires on our trip. One broken chain and one derailer cable worn through and broken on our trip. Most hotels were great with the exception of the brick building in Cat Tein national park. Needs an upgrade. Old buildings, a few bugs. And don’t take the safari you will be disappointed. Scenery was amazing. Boat cruise at the end very good as well. Would have been a four to five star with better bikes and one better hotel.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from VietnamBikeTours, Owner at Vietnam Bike Tours
Responded 13 Mar 2020
Dear Glenluscombe Thanks for your candid review, we're happy to hear that you enjoyed the tour generally. There was a bit of problem on the bike tires, we checked and agreed with you ( tires most worn down to nothing) in your trip. This is a very sorry to you but improved carefully however (broken chain and one derailer cable worn) - as due to pedaled hard while shifting gears when riding uphill. And after investigation of (three different flat tires on our trip) - due to the ride through dragon fruit farms in Mui Ne, Phan Thiet, the tires hit the dragon fruit's thorn but the guide fixed professional. That's very normal of a cycling tour. Thank you very much for taking tour with Vietnam Bike Tours. Wish all the people healthy in this Coronavirus pandemic! Ngo Trong Huy - the founder huy@vietnambiketours.com
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H I wrote a review Mar 2020
Toronto, Canada17 contributions
Well organized tours on safe and quiet routes. The bikes were very good. Our guides were very nice. Our guide from Hue to Hoi An (2 day trip) spoke excellent English and provided us with great information. We enjoyed both of our tours and were able to see a great deal more of Vietnam and its amazing culture, agriculture and sights than I expect we would have seen on other basic tours.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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MimiYorkshire wrote a review Mar 2020
Yorkshire111 contributions125 helpful votes
It turned out we were the only participants which was wonderful, and Quang, our super guide, then modified the original plan to suit our needs. Quang was always trying to find things for us to do and see and eat that he knew would suit us, and was helpful and inventive with bike problems. With him we had some wonderful experiences of Vietnam and we will always be grateful for his energy and kindness. I cant imagine a better guide. The company responded well when we encountered problems with our forward travel plans and moved energetically to help us rebook flights etc. They were a caring outfit. We paid extra to hire ebikes and this was the only bad part of the service. We are tall Europeans and we found the ebikes provided were too small in frame. We could not position the saddles sufficiently far back and had to sit off the saddle which was uncomfortable and gave us sores. In addition when we had a problem with a brake the mechanical support took a long time to make contact and solve the problem, meaning our whole day's cycling had to be rearranged. There was also an issue with one battery which leaked charge, meaning we had to limit our speed and shorten the distances between recharging. Vietnam Bike Tours gave us a decent refund for these troubles but they perhaps need to use a different ebike company. It was the only blot on a very good bike tour.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from VietnamBikeTours, Owner at Vietnam Bike Tours
Responded 7 Mar 2020
Dear MimiYorkshire Thank you for your candid review. And happy to hear that you have enjoyed the bike tour a lot. We're our best to serve with quality bike (push-bike), but sounds a bit problem with this tour-e-bike. We will train our people more to catch up with the new e-bike standard. Thanks for your support and understanding! Ngo Trong Huy - the founder huy@vietnambiketours.com
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Marina G wrote a review Mar 2020
Guildford, United Kingdom7 contributions
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We booked a 3-day cycling trip starting in Ho Chi Minh City through the Mekong Delta ending in Rach Gia. Everything worked out brilliantly and we had a wonderful time on this bike tour. Our guide Quang was very energetic and super keen to take lots of photos along the route to make it a memorable experience. The driver Bob with our support vehicle was also on time and in the right place to meet us. It worked like clockwork. It was such a nice way to experience life in the Mekong Delta as we cycled through local villages on small paths that we wouldn’t have seen otherwise. We had encounters with the locals and it felt like Quang knew everyone we met even though he had never spoken to them before. A real insight into local life. As we were passing through during some rice harvesting he also explained the processes involved. I would highly recommend this trip. We chose the option with the homestay and loved that to. People were super friendly and taught us how to make nem and green papaya salad.
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