Vietnam Cycling Tours- Vietnam Backroads

Vietnam Backroads is specialized in cycling adventures and holiday biking trips in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. Tailor-make unique routes with good quality bicycle riding on back roads.

See locals at their homes and explore daily life on a bicycle. Join Vietnam Backroads Travel - VBT we tailor-made, unique bike routes and you can choose dierent level cycle routes. Our bike trips are special because they are individually tailored for each dierent group of riders and they can also be tailored the way you want. We are also specializing in meeting the needs of small groups – think family, work group or just a couple of mates!

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Photos from Vietnam Cycling Tours- Vietnam Backroads's post 24/02/2022

Cycling trip during the Covid 2020 Mekong Delta.

24/02/2022

Vietnam Cycling Tours - Cycling tours in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos

Vietnam Cycling Tours - Vietnam Bike Tours - Backroads 17/02/2022

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Join Vietnam Backroads to tour the Mekong Delta by bicycle 3 days/2 nights with the departure dates. To get more details! Please double click the link below.
- 01 Apr 2022 - 03 Apr 2022
- 30 Apr 2022 - 02 May 2022
Cycling Mekong Delta with Vietnam Cycling Tours, smell and taste the rice basket of Vietnam, who would be more than willing to discover the fertile flatlands, thousand branches of Mekong River and meet the extraordinary friendly locals in the remote countryside. Stay a night in a rural village, experience locals' lives in the nursery's homeland, ornamental and bonsai in Cai Mon, Cho Lach in Ben Tre. There is so much time for you to explore the Kingdom of Mekong's brick Kilns, clay jar factories in Mang Thit, Long Ho rural Dists of Vinh Long. Overnight in the Sadec colonial town, visit the Huynh Thuy Le's ancient house "The Lover" movie, ride to Xeo Quyt forest- the former Viet Cong base. There are many photo endless opportunities, and you will finding them interesting along the way.
https://vietnamcyclingtours.com/tour/saigon-sadec-3days.html

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Vietnam considers visa exemption for 24 countries to open tourism doors wider - VnExpress International 11/02/2022

Vietnam considers visa exemption for 24 countries to open tourism doors wider - VnExpress International

Vietnam considers visa exemption for 24 countries to open tourism doors wider.
https://e.vnexpress.net/news/travel/vietnam-considers-visa-exemption-for-24-countries-to-open-tourism-doors-wider-4425710.html?fbclid=IwAR1Jne31ZKW656C4r0RpkhSntsJFEZAF8Ef4SAsu-D8E40KLBOvLVDPAhHU

Vietnam considers visa exemption for 24 countries to open tourism doors wider - VnExpress International The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has asked the government to consider resuming unilateral visa exemptions for 24 countries that had enjoyed the policy prior to the Covid-19 outbreak.

11/02/2022

Saigon to Angkor Wat 2020

The last day in Vietnam. The following days to Siem Reap

28/01/2022

Yesterday I was on the way to a friend's home and broke for a coffee. I came to a small coffee shop on the side road, old highway 1A. A girl came and asked "Chú uống gì?" black coffee with ice, please. I ordered.Yesterday I was on the way to a friend's home and broke for a coffee. I came to a small coffee shop on the side road, old highway 1A. A girl came and asked "Chú uống gì?" black coffee with ice, please. I ordered.
While a little girl was making a cup of coffee for me, I asked her mother wifi passwords to access the internet. "There is no password" she replied. I tried to connect the wifi, and the password is required. I asked her the second time: May I please have the wifi pass? The girl started to bring coffee to me, put down the cup of coffee and looked at me and said" What my mother said were the pass for wifi.
While a little girl was making a cup of coffee for me, I asked her mother wifi passwords to access the internet. "There is no password" she replied. I tried to connect the wifi, and the password is required. I asked her the second time: May I please have the wifi pass? The girl started to bring coffee to me, put down the cup of coffee and looked at me and said" What my mother said were the pass for wifi.

Photos from Vietnam Cycling Tours- Vietnam Backroads's post 18/01/2022

The rear Fuxion fork and Fox Dyad RT2 didn't get any services for many years and all the rubber-sealed rings and cuppens get hards/ death and not soft at all, so this fork has air and oil leaks. They had been serviced at Saigon Bike Shop.
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Photos from Vietnam Cycling Tours- Vietnam Backroads's post 18/01/2022

The rear Fuxion fork and Fox Dyad RT2 didn't get any services for many years and all the rubber-sealed rings and cuppens get hards/ death and not soft at all, so this fork has air and oil leaks. They had been serviced at Saigon Bike Shop.
#saigonbikeshop

Photos from Vietnam Cycling Tours- Vietnam Backroads's post 17/01/2022

Saigon Bike Shop have been busy all year rounds with locals customers and expats.
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15/01/2022

CYCLING HO CHI MINH TO HOI AN 8 DAYS
starts in Ho Chi Minh, and finishs in Hoi An. One traveler is signed up and seeking one more traveler to depart on 1 Feb. Who love to see Vietnam during Tet-Lunar New Year! Please contact us: [email protected] To get more information of the trip, please click the link below to them all. https://vietnamcyclingtours.com/tour/hcm-hoian-8days.html

Photos from Vietnam Cycling Tours- Vietnam Backroads's post 12/01/2022

Vietnam is one of the best destinations in South East Asia countries and it's ready to welcome overseas tourists in 2022. More opens, an easy framework will be the key for its tourism industry recovering. Vietnam Backroads Team can't wait to serve you. We have 60 mtb bikes and they have well-maintained by Saigon Bike Shop and are available for off the beaten track.

19/11/2021

The bike trip from Ho Chi Minh to Siem Reap in 2015. It was a 15 days, starting in HCM through Vietnam's central highland, crossed Le Thanh border, traveled along Mekong trails to Phnom Penh, Kep, Kampot, Shihanouk Ville and finallly flew to Siem Reap.

Vietnam plans to reopen Phu Quoc to fully vaccinated foreign tourists in October 18/10/2021

Vietnam plans to reopen Phu Quoc to fully vaccinated foreign tourists in October

The Vietnamese tourism authority is pushing for the trial reopening of Phu Quoc Island off southern Kien Giang Province ​​​​to fully vaccinated foreign tourists in October.

A draft reopening plan devised by the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, which expects to welcome foreign tourists back to Phu Quoc Island by October, has recently been sent to relevant agencies for their revisions.

According to the plan, the trial reopening will last six months and be divided into two phases.

The first, which lasts three months from October, will welcome some 2,000-3,000 visitors per month.

During this phase, tourists can only reach the island on charter flights and stay in sequestered areas of selected resorts or destinations of a large size, who have proven their capacity of ensuring safety for tourists.

Starting from the fourth month of the plan, the island may be able to take in 5,000-10,000 visits per month, as regular international flights to and from the local Phu Quoc Airport will have been reconnected, while more travel locations will be made available to foreign travelers.

The culture ministry anticipates to welcome 25,000-40,000 visitors to Phu Quoc during the six month trial.

Eligible visitors must present proof that they have received sufficient doses of one among the Vietnamese government-approved COVID-19 vaccines.

The two doses must be spaced at least 14 days apart, and both must be taken within 12 months from their visits.

They are required to present certificates proving their negative test results within three days before their flights and comply with Vietnam’s coronavirus quarantine rules upon arrival.

Patients who have recovered from COVID-19 within 12 months’ time from their arrival to Phu Quoc must prepare proof of their hospital discharge, as issued by an institution that Vietnam recognizes.

Visitors also have to purchase one of the tour packages approved by the authorities in order to reach the island.

Central-level and Kien Giang Province leaders are looking at areas that found success in containing the epidemic, including Northeast Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Australia, as the target markets for the proposed Phu Quoc reopening.

The plan recommends mainland China, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, and France as potential customer bases that can come to Phu Quoc during the trial.

A vaccination campaign is slated for July to September to reach at least 70 percent of Phu Quoc Island's population and helps the community reach herd immunity.

The national government is hastening the rollout of a new visa policy on Phu Quoc, which would make it easier for international tourists and Vietnamese repatriates with COVID-19 vaccination certificates to come to the island.

Vietnam began denying entrance to foreign nationals in March 2020 and currently only allows arrivals who are diplomats, investors, experts, skilled workers, and business managers. All have to follow strict quarantine rules upon entry.

In the past months, tourism heavyweights have been petitioning for the reopening of secluded locations in Vietnam to foreign, vaccinated tourists.

Phu Quoc Island off southern Kien Giang Province, with low population concentration, adequate isolation from the mainland, sufficient infrastructure, hotel and service quality, and an established reputation in tourism, ticked all the boxes as the ideal location to launch the plan.

https://tuoitrenews.vn/news/society/20210713/vietnam-plans-to-reopen-phu-quoc-to-fully-vaccinated-foreign-tourists-in-october/62049.html

Vietnam plans to reopen Phu Quoc to fully vaccinated foreign tourists in October The trial reopening will last six months and be divided into two phases

HCMC to reopen inter-provincial tourism from next month - VnExpress International 18/10/2021

HCMC to reopen inter-provincial tourism from next month - VnExpress International

Ho Chi Minh City, a major tourist hub, plans to resume tourism with other localities where Covid has been under control from Nov. 1 until the year-end.
The initiative is part of a three-phased tourism recovery program approved by city authorities to adapt to the new-normal period as the southern metropolis seeks to recover its already-hurt tourism industry.

During the first phase from now until the end of this month, the city would only reopen intra-provincial tourism, allowing residents to travel within the city.

Accommodation facilities and tourist attractions in green zones are allowed to welcome back tourists but at half their maximum capacity.

Travel companies are only permitted to organize tour packages to ‘green zones’, deemed to pose low Covid-19 spreading risks as regulated by the Health Ministry.

People living and working in the city can book tour package or self-organize tours to popular attractions in areas with the pandemic situation brought under control.

During this phase, city tourism authorities would focus on developing tours to historical sites and eco-tourist destinations like Duoc Tunnels Historical Site, Hi-Tech Agricultural Park, Rin Rin Park, Trung An fruit village, Vam Sat tourist area, Sac Forest Tourism Area, 3D Museum and Hai Thuong Lan Ong Street (Chinatown), which specializes in traditional medicines.

https://e.vnexpress.net/news/travel/places/hcmc-to-reopen-inter-provincial-tourism-from-next-month-4372618.html

HCMC to reopen inter-provincial tourism from next month - VnExpress International Ho Chi Minh City, a major tourist hub, plans to resume tourism with other localities where Covid has been under control from Nov. 1 until the year-end.

Vietnam Cycling Tours - Vietnam Bike Tours - Backroads 06/10/2021

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Join us to see Ho Chi Minh trails by bicycle in 2022 - 2025
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Zain & Rashid Bhikha Cycle Challenge 2012 Complete Adventure 25/07/2021

Zain & Rashid Bhikha Cycle Challenge 2012 Complete Adventure

2012 Saigon to Phnom Penh with Travelloops

Zain & Rashid Bhikha Cycle Challenge 2012 Complete Adventure During November 2012, Zain Bhikha and Rashid Bhikha joined hands with Islamic Relief and cycled 400 km from Vietnam to Cambodia to raise funds for their Wate...

Vietnam Cycling Tours- Vietnam Backroads updated their information in their About section. 16/07/2021

Vietnam Cycling Tours- Vietnam Backroads updated their information in their About section.

Vietnam Cycling Tours- Vietnam Backroads updated their information in their About section.

12/07/2021

Cycle Vietnam on back roads in 2012

19/05/2021

Cycling Cambodia by Vietnam Backroads
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14/05/2021

All are in one video clip: people, lake, mountains, bicycles, moped, cow, elephants ...

14/05/2021

All in one video clip: people, lake, mountains, bicycles, moped, cow, elephants ...

14/05/2021

Cycling Vietnam

Does anyone could recognize yourself on this trip? where and when was it?

14/05/2021

Who loves to see the diverse and fascinating country of Vietnam! Please join - in our guaranteed cycle trips this year from November.
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12/05/2021

Dolphin kratie, Cambodia

The 15 days cycling adventures from Saigon to Siem Reap by Vietnam Backroads. Started in Saigon and traveled through Dalat - Ban Me Thuot - Gia Lai and overland in Cambodia through Le Thanh Border. The flowing days in Cambodia, the group has stopped at Kampi and spent an hour and half to see fesh water dolphins to play and swim on Mekong River. The fresh water Irrawaddy dolphins made their home at Kratie, Cambodia. It's nice place to spend a few hours to see them is at Kampi, about 15km north of Kratie.
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11/05/2021

Weekend cycle tour 2 days/ 1 night
Day 1: Saigon to Can Gio then ferry to Vung Tau
Day 2: See Vung Tau by bicycle in the morning, return to Saigon by speedboat.

11/05/2021

This is a part of the 15 days cycling adventures from Ho Chi Minh to central Vietnam - Gia Lai - Le Thanh border, and flowing days to Ratanakiri - Steung Treng......Siem Reap. The day 09 of the trip. 2019
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07/05/2021

I remember a day trip cycling to Cu Chi Tunnels with a small group in 2010. This guy was riding so fast as he was a road bike racer. The others in the group behind him about 2 km.

06/05/2021

25 June - Cycling trip in the summer with Vietnam Backroads.
https://vietnamcyclingtours.com/tour/mekong-delta/cholach-mangthit-vinhlong-sadec-3days.html

01/05/2021

Cycling Mekong Delta Vietnam

Mekong Bike Tours - we drive Covid aways. Expats in Ho Chi Minh city traveled on 3 days 30 April - 02 May 2021

28/04/2021

WordHCMC is the current leader in Saigon’s expat magazine - Published on Saturday, 09 January 2010 11:59 Written by Freddie Quick

Pedaling the Mekong Delta with Van the Man - Written By Freddie Quick, 2009
The reports I had heard from friends about their adventures in the Mekong Delta were largely negative. They had all been dragged on similar whistlestop tours that included little fresh air, uninspiring boat rides and a tedious visit to a candy factory. So, when the chance to see The Delta in a more original and revealing fashion arose, I was raring to go. The idea was to do the trip on a pushbike with cycling enthusiasts John and Van, the co-founders of Vietnam Backroads
Explorer and now is Vietnam Backroads Bicycle Tours. They were to take me on a journey seen by few others. Forget the dodgy dust-bowl highways, tourists horded onto the next spot like ants or the visits to tired-looking rice processing mills. This, I was told, would be the real deal. “We are an alternative trip to the Mekong,” explained John on the morning of departure. “The area is so perfect for riding that we feel there is a need to oer cyclists a unique route through The Delta.” “Most tours follow the same paths,” added Van. “With my knowledge of the region we can help travelers avoid the crowds and really appreciate the scenery.” Mekong Cycling Tours

The Great Escape
Meeting on the steps of the Opera House for a 7am start, we take o for The Delta in a minivan. Sitting with Van and John, through a medley of jokes and grins it’s obvious how excited they are about the ride. Escaping Saigon llme with relief, a feeling amplied by the sight of locals relieving themselves into the murky river that snakes along beside us. We stop o for a bowl of pho bo and I begin to get to know the duo better. John is an Australian, living and running a business in Ho Chi Minh City. His love of cycling and faith in the skills of close friend Van has led him to invest in this blossoming project. Van will be our human GPS/bike anorak for our dive into the Delta. With years of tour experience and a collection of secret hand-drawn maps among his artillery, I feel assured that the trip will indeed be an eye opening alternative look at the area. An hour or so later down the road the rumbling gravel below shakes me from a daydream and I know it’s time to saddle up. Van sets to work oiling gears and checking brakes, while I slip into my complimentary Lycra top. As I don’t want to ruin morale by exhibiting the male equivalent of a camel toe, I foolishly reject some skimpy cycling shorts. My knees creak in disapproval as we set o down the highway, but they stop whinging as we dip down onto a riverside path. Our path is ideal for cycling, a concrete vein weaving its way through the vibrant green scenery. Soggy paddy elds ank us on both sides while brightly coloured butteries ap in and out of vision. Van, or ‘Van-the-Man’ as he is aectionately known, highlights the fruit that is ourishing all around us. “There is lots of food growing here,” he explains. “The land is so fertile you get everything from mangoes to mushrooms.”

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Vietnam Backroads CO,. Ltd Vietnam Backroads is found/established in 2010 by Tran Huu Van who has been called "Van the man" by his clients from many countries who were on his cycling tours. Van has a passionate about cycling adventures. He had travelling to many different places in different regions in Vietnam. He has scouted almost cycling routes and explore nature sites. Since 2010 his team has been sharing his passion for travelling by bicycle. We believe that cycling is the only way to see the world. It's because you casn taste, smeel and experience local lives directly, discover new things, meet locals at their home, and explore untouched countryside. Then you return home with unforgettable cycling holidays. We offer rides for different levels of travellers/cyclists. Ride on mixed terrains of roads; flat/hilly single track, dirt paths, concrete paths and biking distance are totally flexible based on riders' ability. By 2014, Mr Van starts a new business: Saigon Bike Shop http://www.saigonbikeshop.com/ which related to his company running cycler tours . Saigon Bike Shop has more than 60 MTB bikes to support to Vietnam Backroads Bicycle Tours. All new Giant MTB bikes with wheel size: 27.5, hydraulic brake, Deore groupset and good quality Rockshox XC30 front forks will give you more than your ecxpectation. With our private A/C vehicles and proffesional mechanics supporting your bike trips on the whole ! you will never forget your trips in Vietnam. Bicycle maintenance and bike repair are also top services to locals and foreigners in Ho Chi Minh city. Mr Van and his mechanic team have been sharing experience to independent cyclists who bring their owned bikes all the ways.

Press & Article Pedaling the Delta - Written By Freddie Quick Published: Jan 09, 2010 The reports I had heard from friends about their adventures in the Mekong Delta were largely negative. They had all been dragged on similar whistlestop tours that included little fresh air, uninspiring boat rides and a tedious visit to a candy factory. So, when the chance to see The Delta in a more original and revealing fashion arose, I was raring to go. The idea was to do the trip on a pushbike with cycling enthusiasts John and Van, the co-founders of Vietnam Countryside Explorer and now is Vietnam Backroads Bicycle Tours. They were to take me on a journey seen by few others. Forget the dodgy dust-bowl highways, tourists horded onto the next spot like ants or the visits to tired-looking rice processing mills. This, I was told, would be the real deal. “We offer an alternative trip to the Mekong,” explained John on the morning of departure. “The area is so perfect for riding that we feel there is a need to offer cyclists a unique route through The Delta.” “Most tours follow the same paths,” added Van. “With my knowledge of the region we can help travellers avoid the crowds and really appreciate the scenery.” The Great Escape Meeting on the steps of the Opera House for a 7am start, we take off for The Delta in a minivan. Sitting with Van and John, through a medley of jokes and grins it’s obvious how excited they are about the ride. Escaping Saigon fills me with relief, a feeling amplified by the sight of locals relieving themselves into the murky river that snakes along beside us. We stop off for a bowl of pho bo and I begin to get to know the duo better. John is an Australian, living and running a business in Ho Chi Minh City. His love of cycling and faith in the skills of close friend Van has led him to invest in this blossoming project. Van will be our human GPS/bike anorak for our dive into The Delta. With five years of tour experience and a collection of secret hand-drawn maps among his artillery, I feel assured that the trip will indeed be an eye opening alternative look at the area. An hour or so later down the road the rumbling gravel below shakes me from a daydream and I know it’s time to saddle up. Van sets to work oiling gears and checking brakes, while I slip into my complimentary Lycra top. As I don’t want to ruin morale by exhibiting the male equivalent of a camel toe, I foolishly reject some skimpy cycling shorts. My knees creak in disapproval as we set off down the highway, but they stop whinging as we dip down onto a riverside path. Our path is ideal for cycling, a concrete vein weaving its way through the vibrant green scenery. Soggy paddy fields flank us on both sides while brightly coloured butterflies flap in and out of vision. Van, or ‘Van-the-Man’ as he is affectionately known, highlights the fruit that is flourishing all around us. “There is lots of food growing here,” he explains. “The land is so fertile you get everything from mangoes to mushrooms.”  Send us a message!  27/7/2018 Press & Article http://vietnamcyclingtours.com/press-article.html 3/5 The Ultimate Ride It becomes evident during this opening section that a bicycle is the ultimate vessel for a trip into the Mekong. Despite my garish garb I don’t feel in any way intrusive upon the calm rural scene around me. You’re still hurtling along, but without the harsh spluttering of an engine to interrupt the peace. Later we pedal our way to an ex-army base in the forest of Xeo Quyt, where we are led across a rickety bridge and then wobble into some small wooden rafts. The whole group is struck silent as we paddle down the thin passage that worms through the thick forest. A Mekong equivalent of the Cu Chi tunnels serves as a captivating respite from the ride. My slightly numb buttocks urge me to don the padded spandex previously spurned, so I nip off behind a hedge and re-emerge looking like (or thinking I do) the real deal. Soon we are soaring into Sa Dec, a charming little town littered with crumbling buildings. I pause on a bridge to soak up the seemingly time-locked scene and realise I haven’t seen another tourist all day. We stop for lunch in an old colonial villa that was the childhood home of French novelist Marguerite Duras, a writer who put Sa Dec on the big screen when her famed novel The Lover was made into a movie. With bellies full of noodles and spring rolls we charge on to the ferry port, warmly anticipating an overnight stop in The Delta’s biggest city Can Tho. We have a brief traipse around the town and then decide to hit the hay early in preparation for a sunrise trip downstream to Cai Rang floating market. Water World After what seems like a minute’s sleep my shrill alarm clock is forcing me back into the land of the living. I greet the others in the reception with a sleepy grunt and shuffle behind them down to the jetty. Van whistles and swiftly procures us a boat. All along the waterside I can see locals going about their morning routine. A vested old man crouches and washes his hair, while next door two children are spitting toothpaste into the surf below. Brightly coloured plants and clothes hang from the rafters of every stilted house, all of them rickety to the verge of collapse. Ahead is the cluster of boats that make up the floating market. Cameras poised, we weave through the assortment of buoyant stalls, Van-the-Man hauls aboard some ca phe sua das while busily pointing out the different groceries on sale around us. “They advertise what they are selling, by strapping a sample to high bamboo sticks,” he explains. Many of the boats have colourful eyes painted on their bow, this crowned with flowers and wafting incense lends the scene an ancient, magical quality. The sun has shifted from a deep orange to golden as we make our way back towards a horizon silhouetted with black spiky palms. Roads Less Pedaled Back at the hotel we refuel and I wiggle my derrière back into black spandex. Soon we are on one of Van’s lush hidden tracks. The riverside is such a hive of rural activity I nearly crash several times due to the distraction. One moment is spent considering the woman drying water hyacinth to make furniture, the next fearing for the old gent fishing by electrical charge. The looks of surprise from the locals confirm my suspicions that we really are on roads less pedaled. We see a schoolyard ahead packed with kids relishing their free time and decide to roll in. At the sight of these luminous berks circling their playground they squeal excitedly. I do my usual silly clown routine in front of the children, blowing raspberries and dancing; during which I notice their school library is a tree. Books rolled up and crammed into half cut plastic bottles dangle from every branch. We cycle on through the green maze that shoots off in every direction. John is up front and has turned up the pace, not wanting to lose face I pursue him with moronic vigour and predictably crash. I fly over the handle bars face first into a wicker basket housing a fighting c**k. Luckily me and the c**k are practically unscathed. I only have a cut knee and a dented ego to nurse back to normality. Back to Reality Our cycling sojourn through The Delta is rolling to a close and I know I’ll be sad to leave. The cycling bug has definitely chomped down on me and the stunning surroundings increase my resistance to boarding the bus. Van and  Send us a message!  27/7/2018 Press & Article http://vietnamcyclingtours.com/press-article.html 4/5 I cap the trip with a slow cruise through seemingly endless paddies as he regales me with tales about the region and his infectious passion for biking through the countryside. Back in Saigon I realise how wrong I was to dismiss a tour to The Delta; it is simply about choosing the right one. The last couple of days my eyes have flickered restlessly over the whirlwind of sights The Mekong has to offer, all the while getting some good exercise and satisfying the universal tourist obsession with avoiding its own ilk. WordHCMC is the current leader in Saigon’s expat magazine. 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