Ride back roads and hidden trails
Greet locals along the way and see their way of life

Cycle My Son

Duration
1 day
Site savings
$2
From
$70 USD

Beat the crowds in Hoi An and My Son ruins and experience the real side of Vietnam on this captivating cycling tour. Explore the melting pot town of Hoi An early in the morning on wheels, stare in awe at the countryside as you pedal by remote villages and explore the war torn Hindu temples in My Son alongside the guides. All of this in just half a day and away from the bustling crowds. Signing up for this adventure is a no brainer.

  • Category
    Culture & History
  • Destination
    Vietnam
  • Duration
    1 day
  • Culture Level
    Adventurous
  • Skill Level
    1 - Beginner
  • Activity Level
    1 - Easy
  • Elevation
    1 - Easy
  • Terrain
    Flat
  • Distance
    15.5 miles
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5.0
Awesome
from 3 reviews
Accommodation
5.0
Bikes
5.0
Communication
5.0
Meals
5.0
Route
5.0
Scenery
5.0
Service
5.0
Value
5.0
Overall Rating:

Exceeds expectations

Belinda F — January 2018
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

My husband and I decided to do the 25km bike ride to My Son today & the half day tour exceeded our expectations !! Country side is just stunning and varied, bikes were fantastic and Tu our guide was so caring & fun and made our day.

Overall Rating:

Learn history and see the countryside

Emilythinks — January 2018
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

We did the ride to My Son with Ky, it was so fun! Ky was a great guide, super friendly & informative. It was great to do a bit of exercise, learn some history & see the countryside.
We didn’t see any other tourists apart from at the temples - really felt like we were off the beaten track

Overall Rating:

Best thing we did

Kerrie E — December 2017
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

We did the ride to My Son with Ky, it was so fun! Ky was a great guide, super friendly & informative. It was great to do a bit of exercise, learn some history & see the countryside.
We didn’t see any other tourists apart from at the temples - really felt like we were off the beaten track