Vietnam – Thailand Motorcycle tour

Motorcycle touring has emerged as a thrilling and immersive way to explore the world. Among the myriad of options available, the Vietnam-Thailand Motorcycle Tour stands out as an unforgettable journey through breathtaking landscapes, rich cultures, and historical landmarks.

Vietnam ” Thailand Motorcycle tour 21 days

In recent years, motorcycle touring has gained popularity as a unique and adventurous way to travel. Enthusiasts from around the globe seek experiences that go beyond traditional tourism, and the Vietnam-Thailand Motorcycle Tour offers just that. Let’s dive into the details of this exhilarating two-wheeled odyssey.

Day 1:  Ha Noi – Vinh

day1-hanoi-vinhFrom Hanoi, the delegation will move to Vinh City and rest there before departing early the next morning for the border gate. With an impressive area of nearly 105,000 square kilometers, Vinh City is in a favorable condition for development, of which the tourism industry must be mentioned.

We will come here and enjoy the food. Overnight in Vinh to prepare for exploring Nahin tomorrow.

Summary:

  • Distance: 300 km
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 2: Vinh- Nahin

In the morning, we will go from Vinh to the Cau Treo border gate, which is about 30 km long. This is the end point of National Highway 8 in the territory of Vietnam, at the top of Keo Nua Pass, and this road connects to Laos.

Vinh-NahinThe border gate was born at the end of the war against France in 1954. The road from Vinh to the Cau Treo border gate is quite bumpy; one can feel in it the harshness and craziness of the terrain and the poetic, gentle, and sweet beauty of the blue Ngan Pho river. And the people here…

After arriving, complete immigration procedures and continue to move to Nahin. From the Cau Treo border gate to Nahin, it is about 160km with passes and roads interwoven.

We will check into our hotel room in Nahin and spend the night here.

Summary:

  • Distance: 190 km
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 3: Nahin- Vientiane

After having breakfast at Nahin, the group will depart for Vientiane. Vientiance is a magnificent place, the political center of Laos. We will visit Buddhist relics such as the golden king, etc. In November in Laos, there are many special festivals. This is the perfect time to come here. We will play at The Rock Viewpoint and join the water festival.

Nahin-VientianeAfter a day of fun, return to the hotel for dinner and rest.

Summary:

  • Distance: 270 km
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 4: Vientiane – Vang Vieng

The delegation will spend today resting and visiting the capital with famous landmarks such as Pha Tha Luang, Wat Simuang, Buddha Garden, and the Patuxay Victory Monument. Of these locations, only Buddha Park is located outside the city center (about 30 km away), and the rest are around the center.

Vientiane-Vang-Vieng-For those who want to explore further from the center, Vang Vieng is a place not to be missed. It is a 4-hour bus ride from Vientiane to the north. This is considered the middle point and a place to rest for tourists traveling from Vientiane to Luang Prabang. However, the majestic mountains and forests here have attracted tourists more than a place to rest. Here, guests can choose to rent an off-road vehicle, drive their own to the destinations, or take a hot air balloon to watch the sunset.

In the evening, guests can go to the night market and have dinner at the stalls there. Special dishes that are worth trying include Sai Oua and Lao sticky rice.

Note: When going to temples in Laos, visitors are required to wear long, non-revealing clothes. The operating hours of the attractions are 11:30”16:30.

Summary:

  • Distance: 130 km
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 5:  Vang Vieng – Luang Prabang

In the morning, we depart for the ancient capital of Luang Prabang. The road from Vang Vieng to Luang Pra Bang is about 250 km long, mostly passing through passes and steep, pretty bad roads. It will take about 6 hours for 250 km.

Vang-Vieng-Luang-PrabangSummary:

  • Distance: 230 km
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 6: Luang Prabang all day

In the morning, get up early (about 5:30 a.m.) to watch the almsgiving ceremony. Monks will beg for alms on the main roads. After watching, prepare to visit the ancient capital.

In the center of the old town, just by walking, you can visit most of the places you need to go, such as Wat Xieng Thong, the Royal Palace Museum, etc. This is the time when there are many festivals, not to mention the water festival, which is not to be missed when coming to Luang Prabang.

Luang-Prabang-all-dayFor those who want to explore far from the city, Kuang Si waterfall is a place to consider. This is a complex of three towers, nearly 30 kilometers from the center of the ancient capital of Luang Prabang. The main waterfall is about 60 m high. The waterfall falls to form small lakes, similar to natural swimming pools, especially in the water here. bucket together in green. Guests can enjoy swimming. There is also a bear sanctuary with rare living bears.

On the way back to the center, guests can visit the Elephant camp. Admission is 20 kip, and guests will be fed elephants. There are also services for bathing elephants, wading streams, etc.

Evening guests can rest at the hotel or continue walking around the old town and market to the Luang Prabang night market, located right on Sisavangvong street.

Summary:

  • Distance: 190 km
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 7:  Luang Prabang – Oudomxay

In the morning, depart for Oudomxay. Oudomxay is known as the “heart of Northern Laos,” attracting tourists with its simple beauty, unique culture, and interesting life experiences of the people here.

Luang-Prabang-OudomxayIn Oudomxay, there is the peaceful village of Khmu, which is also a favorite place for tourists. The people here are very hospitable and cheerful. The peaceful beauty of nature and the people here make the trip more meaningful and worthwhile. Guests can visit the majestic Namkat waterfall and bathe in the stream. Being immersed in the cool water and surrounded by nature makes people who have come here linger.

After exploring Oudomxay, we will return to the hotel and rest to regain strength to continue the journey tomorrow.

Summary:

  • Distance: 200 km
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 8 (17/04/2023): Oudomxay- Houixay

Houixay is the next destination in the journey to discover northern Laos. This is a small town located on the Lao side of the Mekong River (the other bank is Chiang Khong, Thailand). Going to Houay Xai, visitors will find a headquarters to register for the Gibbon Experience adventure and learn about Southeast Asia’s most vibrant and unique wildlife. Gibbon Experience is located in the Bokeo Nature Reserve, a forest with a total area of 123,000 hectares that is one of the most remote areas of Laos.

Oudomxay-HouixayThe project, implemented by the Lammet and Hmong ethnic communities, will give visitors the opportunity to better understand their unique cultural life as well as their close relationship with the forest.

Summary:

  • Distance: 280 km
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 9:  Huay Xai – Golden Triangle – Chiang Khong

Chiang Khong is a city located in Chiang Rai, Thailand. There are many popular attractions here, including the Nationalist Chinese Soldiers Cemetery, Wat Luang Chai Sathan, and Chiang Saen—the old city walls—making it an unforgettable destination.

Huay-Xai-Golden-Triangle-Chiang-KhongFrom Huay Xai, the group traveled more than 70 kilometers to reach a rugged mountainous area. Similar to the landmark Apachai (Vietnam, China, and Laos) and the Indochina T-junction (Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia), the land known as the Golden Triangle is an alluvial land between the Mekong River and the borders of the three countries of Laos, Thailand, and Myanmar. Historically recorded, in the 1970s, the Golden Triangle was once the largest opium producer in the world. Most of the area of the Golden Triangle is mountainous, with an altitude of more than 1000m above sea level. The weather is always cold and wet, making it very suitable for growing cannabis and poppies.

After visiting and having lunch at the Golden Triangle, the delegation went through exit procedures at the border gate to Chiang Rai, Thailand.

Summary:

  • Distance: 320 km
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 10 : Chiang Khong – Chiang Mai

After breakfast at the hotel, depart for Chiang Mai, the second-largest city in Thailand, which has a pleasant climate that is cool all year round. Unlike cities with a vibrant and bustling atmosphere like Bangkok or Phuket, Thailand is famous for its beautiful and peaceful natural scenery thanks to forests, many hills, mountains, and ancient architecture. bold Thai culture.

Chiang-Khong-Chiang-MaiCheck into the hotel and spend time relaxing; visit Chiang Mai city at night.

Summary:

  • Distance: 300 km
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 11: Chiang Mai all day

We have a day in Chiang Mai to start conquering the 1864 bends and visit Long Neck Village. After exploring this interesting place, the group sleeps at the Thai-MMyanmar border area to go to Ban Rak Thai tomorrow morning.

Chiang-Mai-all-daySummary:

  • Distance: 0 km
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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Day 12: Chiang Mai- Ban Rak Thai

In contrast to the bustle and hustle in Chiang Mai, Ban Rak Thai is a peaceful, simple, and casual small town with very poetic scenery, located in the north of Mae Hong Son province, near the Myanmar border, 146km northwest of Chiang Mai. Previously, Pai was a quiet, ancient village of the Shan ethnic group (Thailand), influenced by Burmese culture. The road from Chiang Mai to Ban Rak Thai has 762 folding crabs. On both sides of the road, there are many sections of the road with unspoiled rainforest scenery with many vines and many old trees.

Chiang-Mai-Ban-Rak-ThaiAfter checking into the hotel, the group spends the night visiting and eating at the night market.

Summary:

  • Distance: 250 km
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 13: Ban Rak Thai- Doi Inthanon

Today is an exciting day! We will move to Doi Inthanon to witness the magical sight of the Double King and Queen Pagoda. Then visit the majestic waterfall at Wachirathan. Doi Inthanon Mountain is a place favored by nature, with breathtaking views of lush green forest.

Ban-Rak-Thai-Doi-InthanonEvening check-in at the hotel; rest for the next journey.

Summary:

  • Distance: 240 km
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 14: Doi Inthanon- Sukhot Thai

Sukhot Thai was the first capital of Thailand, 800 years ago. With a long existence, Sukhot Thai brings ancient beauty. This ancient capital is also the cradle of Buddhism, with a long history and many wonders waiting to be discovered. The delegation will move to visit the Royal Temple, Wat Mahathat, which is considered the heart of Buddha.

Doi-Inthanon-Sukhot-ThaiEvening check-in at the hotel and overnight in Sukhothai

Summary:

  • Distance: 300 km
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 15: Sukhot Thai- Bangkok

After breakfast, the group will depart for Bangkok. Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and is also one of the most modern and bustling cities in the country.

Sukhot-Thai-BangkokWe will go to China Town and Khao San Road; these two areas are close to each other, so we can visit them in one day. Then overnight in Bangkok.

Summary:

  • Distance: 430 km
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 16: Bangkok all day

Today we will explore the lavish city of Bangkok. You will have a romantic tour on a colorful boat that glides smoothly on the Chao Phraya River. You will find a peaceful place in the bustling city of Bangkok, breathing in the fresh air. This will be a memorable experience for the trip.

BangkokalldaySitting on the boat, you will see the landscape, the wooden houses erected on the water, observe and feel the daily life of the people of Bangkok, and learn more about the history, culture, and architecture here. Evening check-in at the hotel; rest for the next journey.

Summary:

  • Distance: 230 km
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 17: Bangkok- Siemreap

We will leave early to get to Siem Reap, preferably at 6 a.m.Pass 260km to reach Seam Reap. Siem Reap is a province located northwest of Cambodia, 314 kilometers from the capital Phnom Penh. In the past, Siem Reap used to be the Angkorian capital of the Angkorian empire. Therefore, to this day, this place still preserves almost intact the massive historical architectural works.

Bangkok-SiemreapWe will have lunch and visit Angkor. Overnight in Seam Reap

Summary:

  • Distance: 260 km
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 18: Siemreap free day

A full day in Siem Reap is not to be missed. This is the largest museum in Cambodia, which helps you visualize the civil war during the Khmer Rouge era in 1975 and the Vietnam War in 1979. The museum is storing millions of unexploded mines found after the war, along with many artifacts of historical value such as the T-54 tank, MiG-19 jet fighter, and Mil Mi-8 helicopter. Some of these war machines were used during the Second World War.

Siemreap-free-dayHave dinner and rest in Siem Reap.

Summary:

  • Distance: 0 km
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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Day 19: Siemreap- Phnom Penh

Departure to Phnom Penh at 6 a.m. In Phnom Penh, we cannot ignore the royal palace. The Royal Palace is only about 5 kilometers from Phnom Penh, and with its unique architecture, this place has attracted tourists.

Siemreap-Phnom-PenhEvening check-in at the hotel; rest for the next journey.

Summary:

  • Distance: 320 km
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

Day 20: Phnom Penh free day

Once dubbed the “Pearl of Asia” in the 1920s, Phnom Penh is a city with a modern economic and cultural center but also the attraction of ancient and magnificent French architectural works. and unique Khmer.

Phnom-Penh-free-dayWe can’t ignore the Tool Sleng prison site. Nearly 40 years have passed; the war against Pol Pot’s government has gradually receded into the past, but for every Cambodian, there are still “horrific” evidences of the Khmer Rouge to remind people of the afterlife. of this people’s dark, mourning, and terrifying times.

Evening check-in at the hotel; rest for the next journey.

Summary:

  • Distance: 0 km
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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Day 21: Phnom Penh- Ho Chi Minh

The last day of the trip was full of nostalgia. The delegation will have breakfast to have a day of energy to return to Saigon. End of a meaningful trip.

Phnom-Penh-Ho-Chi-MinhSummary:

  • Distance: 230 km
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation:

The Vietnam-Thailand Motorcycle Tour is not just a journey; it’s an immersive experience that combines the thrill of the open road with cultural exploration and breathtaking landscapes. As riders traverse the diverse terrains, they discover the true essence of these Southeast Asian gems.

So, gear up, embrace the freedom of the road, and let the Vietnam-Thailand Motorcycle Tour be your passport to an unforgettable adventure.

We operate tours every week of every month. Please Contact us to check if spaces are available on an existing tour, or book your own.

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