Category: Knowledge Base
Honestly, you don’t need much to bring with you. Not only your motorcycle will have a limited space where you can attach your things but you can buy − with only few exceptions − anything in
Your head is the important part of your body and wearing a good helmet is a must. Even though wearing a helmet in Vietnam is required by law and most people respect it, helmets that
A great network of state-owned gas stations makes the entire road trip across Vietnam even more convenient. You will find big gas stations in almost every town and it is impossible to miss them. So,
With their everlasting peace of mind and friendly attitude, Vietnamese people are the calmest people I have ever met. It is very rare to see an angry person or even a crying baby in Vietnam.
Vietnamese cuisine can very easily become a number one reason to come to Vietnam or a number one reason to fall in love with this country. Personally, I haven’t been to a country with a
When traveling across Vietnam, you will aways have a lot of possibilities where to lay down in the evening. Hotels, homestays (Nha nghi), airbnbs and hostels are wide spread across the entire country and most
Driving slow and safe, wearing a proper helmet and not racing are the most important rules you should obey during your road trip across Vietnam. Unfortunately, you are never 100% safe on a motorcycle and
Your trip to Vietnam can easily become your best and also the cheapest vacation. As prices of accommodation, food and services are still very low, Vietnam is a great place for a low budget vacation.
A combination of extreme weather conditions and a motorcycle of doubtful quality can sometimes lead to a breakdown. As scary as it sounds, if I could pick one country where to have a breakdown in