Vietnam Road Trip – 3.200km by Motorbike

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In Hồ Chí Minh I purchased my Trinh, a red Honda Win 90cc motorbike. This new mode of travel was about to take me on a journey which would have me ending up in the capital city Hanoi. Travelling to places including the windy Vũng Tàu, through past the fishermen of Mũi Ne, along the bends in the rain to Đà Lạt where I stayed in one of the best hostels ever. Romi the Argentine, Eliot the Canadian and Jakob the Dane, my new family. Into the dark of the night, the rain and the thick fog of the mountains we travelled, until we saw the lights of Nha Trang’s skyscrapers, unfortunately now without my credit card, towards Buôn Ma Thuột and along the Hồ Chí Minh Trail. We gathered the new crew together in Kon Tum and experienced the mountains, the stunning landscapes and the stars over our heads, leading us to Hội An. Hội An was surrounded with paddies, colours and lanterns giving us magical moments, peace and rest. Next we were riding up the Hải Vân Pass, for what seemed like an endless day, into the heart of Vietnam where heavenly caverns of the Phong Nha National Park enclosed us. We passed the enchanted waters of Tam Cốc to then take a ferry for Cat Ba Island, showing us the beauty of Hạ Long Bay. From here an amazing adventure awaited along the dirty and dusty road of the northern border, baptized by the drops of the massive Ban Gioc Waterfalls that divided us from the Chinese Empire. In Bảo Lạc after an unforgettable and endless night riding up the mountains without lights and hope, the reunion with our only girl in Hà Giang and the last road with Trinh. Our final unforgettable moment – remote Lào Cai and the enchanting tribe of Sa Pa, before the emotional goodbye in the crowded city Hanoi.

There is nothing you cannot do or any aim you cannot reach. Belief or hope, alone or with someone, you’ll get that desired and long awaited aim… always. Nothing is impossible, don’t give up and have faith in yourself. Till the end I’ve never doubted anything about myself… This is what Vietnam taught me.

Andrea Buonopane

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47 comments

  1. Pharsa Martis 27 July, 2020 at 20:43 Reply

    I want to travel to using a motorcycle but im broke and a student right now maybe in the near future .. ill be traveling alone like a bird…

  2. Nhật Acoustic 27 July, 2020 at 20:43 Reply

    The songs you should listen when travel by motobike in VietNam:
    1. Bài ca tuổi trẻ – Da Lab
    2. 3 đi(đi đi đi) – ICM Team
    3. Đời là đi – Da LAB
    4. Trở về – Bức tường
    5. Quê hương Việt Nam – Anh Khang ft. Suboi
    6. Đưa nhau đi trốn – Đen ft Linh Cáo
    7. Việt Nam những chuyến đi – Vicky Nhung
    8. Rock xuyên màn đêm – Bức tường
    9. Việt Nam, đi, hôn và yêu – Phạm Hồng Phước
    10. Tâm hòn của đá – Bức tường

  3. La page mobile 27 July, 2020 at 20:43 Reply

    I did the same road trip twice, your video made me so nostalgic , it was amazing. Now i want to do it once again ^^. Thank you vietnam, you are amazing!

  4. Eliel Tesone 27 July, 2020 at 20:43 Reply

    Hey, the video is very well edited. I am doing this trip in a few weeks and i wanted to ask if you had any tips to buy a motorbike in Vietnam. Thank you for the great video!

  5. marten hylkema 27 July, 2020 at 20:43 Reply

    Fuck bro i did this trip 2 years ago and this brings back so many memories probably The most deserved like i have given in The past years

  6. Thến Lý Minh 27 July, 2020 at 20:43 Reply

    Hi! Welcom to Viet Nam ^^ can you tell me the price of that motorcycle? And give me the address where you bought it, please !

  7. Jake taw 27 July, 2020 at 20:43 Reply

    Travelling Alone 1,100 Miles by Motorbike (2018 in Myanmar)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SMkyE4BioM

  8. Andrea 27 July, 2020 at 20:43 Reply

    Vorrei fare come hai fatto tu. Dal video si capisce che sei passato per posti veramente sperduti. Come ti gestivi per il posto dove dormire quando arrivavi in questi paesini? trovavi sempre alloggi o a volte dovevi tornare in strade principali?

  9. Michael Macri 27 July, 2020 at 20:43 Reply

    Hello! If you mind me asking. What highway did you take when traveling north? I know there is one highway that is very dangerous due to many trucks and then there is one that is slightly safer. Just wondering cause I am traveling there within the next two months

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