An exciting journey on a vintage motorcycle

Riding a vintage motorcycle, the feeling of exploring the streets and alleys of Vietnam is exciting and delightful. At each turn, you will be pleasantly surprised by the many traditional buildings and cultural sites, as if the wheel of time has turned back several decades. Along the riverbank, you will discover small markets and street vendors, displaying a variety of delicious food and handicrafts that are absolutely tantalizing. On a cycling journey in Vietnam, you will personally experience the collision of traditional culture and modern life, an unforgettable and unique experience.

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is located in the outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It is a memorial hall and tomb honoring Vietnam's revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh. The mausoleum was built in 1975 and is open to visitors in the form of an underground basement that showcases the life and achievements of Chairman Ho Chi Minh. The landscapes here are beautiful and the environment is peaceful, providing visitors with a taste of traditional Vietnamese culture and an understanding of Ho Chi Minh's life. In addition, there are other attractions worth visiting around the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, such as the Ho Chi Minh Museum, the Father Phan Van Long Memorial Hall, and the Ethnic Culture Village, which provide tourists with a more in-depth cultural experience.

Hanoi Temple of Literature - The Imperial Academy

The Temple of Literature in Hanoi, also known as Văn Miếu in Vietnamese, was built in 1070 and is one of the largest Confucius temples in Vietnam. Originally, it served as the highest educational institution in Vietnam, the Imperial Academy, and also as a temple dedicated to Confucius and his disciples. The Temple of Literature consists of five main halls, four courtyards, and twenty-eight steles. The architectural style is a classical Vietnamese wooden structure, simple and elegant, with exquisite carvings and beautiful decorations. Today, the Temple of Literature has become an important tourist attraction, attracting many visitors from both domestic and foreign countries. In addition, the Vietnam National University has established a campus near the Temple of Literature, making it a place that combines history, culture, and education.

Train Street

"Train Street" is a unique road where many residents live, with their homes right beside the train tracks. Every day, two trains pass through this road at a very slow speed, allowing people to see the small gap of only a few centimeters between the trains and houses. It is a thrilling and exhilarating experience to ride a motorcycle on this train street. As the train slowly passes by, you feel a mixture of excitement and danger. However, it is important to follow the local traffic rules, wear a helmet, and always be aware of your surroundings and the route. Here, you can experience the fusion of Vietnamese history, culture, and modern city life, as well as get a glimpse into the lives of the local residents.

Hai Ba Trung Temple

It is one of the important representatives of Vietnam's Buddhist culture and architectural art. The temple was built in the 2nd century AD, with a long history and is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Vietnam. The architectural style is unique, with a huge blue stone stairway as the foundation of the temple. There are multiple buildings inside the temple, and the main hall is primarily made of wood with a green glazed tile roof, adorned with magnificent decorations, including the Golden Buddha Hall, the Scripture Library, etc. In the center of the temple, there is the sacred statue of "Hai Ba Trung" Buddha, which is said to be able to eliminate diseases and protect life. The temple has a strong Buddhist cultural atmosphere and unique architectural style, and is one of Vietnam's cultural heritage sites.

Long Bien Bridge

Long Bien Bridge is a historic railway bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam, which connects the city center with the other side of the Red River. It is also one of the most iconic buildings in Hanoi. Long Bien Bridge represents history and culture, and is an important heritage of Vietnam's transportation industry. It is also a symbol of the Vietnamese people's indomitable spirit. Nowadays, Long Bien Bridge has become a cultural and tourist attraction in Hanoi, welcomed by many tourists and photographers. Especially at night, the walk on the bridge and the shimmering lights on the Red River complement each other, allowing people to feel the tranquility and beauty of Vietnam's night.