The official tourism website for Ho Chi Minh City

Motorbike Tours

See the city like a local and rev up your stay with a tour on a motorbike. Whether it’s on a stylish Vespa or with an ao dai-clad tour guide, weaving in and out of traf c like a true Saigonese is a great way to experience the vitality of the city. Luckily while riding tandem with a motorbike tour you don’t have to deal with the manic traf c. So don’t settle for a bus or minivan to see the city, get on a two- wheeler, relax and enjoy the experience.

Cruising the streets of modern-day Ho Chi Minh City, these tours will give you a uniquely intimate view of Vietnam's economic epicenter. Ride pillion on stylish vintage Vespas while their experienced drivers show you around their city. Sample local street food, discover the City's hidden hotspots and embrace the chaos of Saigon's traf c. There are many motorbike tour companies in the city which offer a wide variety of tours spanning from historical sights to local Vietnamese alleyways and markets, neighborhoods.

Local insight: Many companies offer a variety of packages that combine several tours into one. Try out their 3 day or 7 day trips to Mui Ne and Nha Trang.

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