Three Regions, One Adventure: Cycling in Vietnam
Pocket your knowledge about three regions of Vietnam, pick out your favorite parts and start exploring


The Mekong Delta is located in the southwestern part of Vietnam and is often referred to as the "rice bowl" of the country. The region is made up of a vast network of waterways, including the Mekong River and its tributaries, which flow into the South China Sea. The area is known for its fertile soil and abundant crops, including rice, coconut, and fruit.

One of the most popular attractions in the Mekong Delta is the floating market, where locals sell their goods from boats on the river. The markets are a vibrant display of local culture and provide an opportunity to sample traditional Vietnamese food and drink.

Other popular destinations in the Mekong Delta include the city of Can Tho, known for its beautiful pagodas and colorful markets, and the island of Phu Quoc, famous for its beaches and seafood.

Rice field in the Mekong Delta
Rice field in the Mekong Delta


Central Vietnam is located along the coast, between the northern and southern regions of the country. This region is home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the ancient city of Hoi An, the imperial city of Hue, and the My Son Sanctuary. Our cycling routes take you through picturesque towns and along stunning coastal roads, with breathtaking views of the South Sea.

Hoi An is a picturesque town with narrow streets and colorful buildings that have been well-preserved from the time of the Champa Kingdom. Hue was the capital of Vietnam during the Nguyen Dynasty and is home to many historic sites, including the Imperial City and the tombs of several emperors.

The city of Da Nang is also located in central Vietnam and is known for its beautiful beaches, world-class golf courses, and the Marble Mountains, a cluster of five marble and limestone hills with caves, tunnels, and temples.

Central Coast
Central Coast


The northern region of Vietnam is known for its dramatic landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and bustling cities. The region is home to the capital city of Hanoi, as well as several popular tourist destinations such as Sapa, Ha Long Bay, and Ninh Binh.

Hanoi is a vibrant and bustling city with a rich history and culture. The Old Quarter is a maze of narrow streets and alleyways, where visitors can find traditional shops, cafes, and restaurants. The city is also home to several historic sites, including the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and the Temple of Literature.

Ha Giang is a mountainous province located in the northeast region of Vietnam, near the border with China. The province is known for its stunning scenery, including rice terraces and mountain peaks, as well as its vibrant local markets and hill tribe villages.

Ha Long Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Vietnam. The bay features thousands of limestone islands and islets, which can be explored by boat. Ninh Binh, also known as "Halong Bay on land," is another popular destination in the region, with similar limestone karst formations, temples, and historic sites.

Ha Giang people built their housse
Ha Giang people built their housse

Each region of Vietnam offers a unique and memorable experience for visitors. Whether you're interested in cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, or vibrant cities, there is something for everyone in Vietnam!

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