Xin Chao Everyone,
My name is Mike (Mao Luong), and since I was a student, my love of driving and adventure has taken me to many different regions of my amazing Vietnam. From the charming North West to the mighty North East, to the pristine sandy beaches of Mui Ne and the vast coffee plantations of the Central Highland, there is something for everyone. On the back of a motorcycle, I’ve traveled from the rush and bustle of Saigon to the beautiful tropical fruit orchards of the Mekong delta.
In 2005, I began working in tourism as a local guide in Sapa, trekking to native hill tribal villages. The next year, I relocated to Hanoi and began working as a freelancer, leading motorbike excursions in Northern Vietnam and then work as a guide on a cruise ship in Halong Bay. In 2009, I began working as a tour leader for a reputable Australian adventure business. Seven years have flown by, and I’ve met many interesting and amazing people, as well as experienced breathtaking vistas and landscapes along the road.
My desire to share my passion of my country with visitors fueled the creation of my own company, Motorbike City Tours, in 2016 – a one-of-a-kind trip that combines Vietnamese motorbike culture with tours that capture the hidden elements of each city. Our excursions will show you how the locals live, work, worship, and have fun! Let our amazing team show you the beauty of Vietnam!
We are ready to provide you with the adventure of a life-time!
Motorbike City Tours Founder
- Why do your female drivers wear Ao Dai? Vietnamese women in traditional dress Ao Dai is one of the most striking symbols of beauty in the country. However, nowadays, every Vietnamese woman prefers to wear it only on special occasions, such as traditional festivals and weddings… We want to contribute to preserving the heritage of Vietnamese women’s traditional Ao Dai at work. Because wearing the Ao Dai is practical and convenient, and it makes Vietnamese women appear charming and elegant. They do not have to think about what to wear to work every day. As a result, all of our female guides and drivers wear Ao Dai.
- Why do you hire female drivers? Because we feel Vietnamese women are the most responsible drivers in the country! Not only that, but we believe that Vietnamese women are among the hardest working, yet most undervalued, in the world!
Women continue to constitute a huge majority of the working poor in Vietnam, as they do across the developing world, earn less money, and are more frequently impacted by under- and un-employment, as well as hazardous working circumstances, than males.
All our tours are available until last minutes but we recommend to book early to secure your spot and we have better preparation!
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