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15 Days Guided Motorcycle Tour in Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam

Chiang Mai, Thailand; Huay Xai - Oudomxai - Phonsavan - Luang Prabang - Pakbeng, Laos; Dien Bien Phu - Sapa - Nghia Lo - Ninh Binh - Phu Mat , Vietnam

Exciting Thailand, Laos, Vietnam Motorbike Tours

Three countries, one million impressions! You will start this exotic tour from Chiang Mai to the Mekong River where you cross into Laos and further to Northern Vietnam. You will explore the spectacular region of Sapa and see the enormous rice terraces on the way to Nghia Lo. Then, continue to Ninh Binh to explore some of the giant caves. In Laos, you will visit the Plain of Jars and Luang Prabang, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, before returning to Thailand. You will experience some of the most spectacular riding you can imagine!

Key information

  • Terrain: asphalt
  • Bike: rental (BMW) or personal bike
  • Total mileage: 3,200 kilometers / 2,000 miles
  • Daily rides: 230 to 300 kilometers / 143 to 186 miles
  • Riding gear: available for rent: GPS, helmet, jacket and gloves
  • Meals: 14 breakfasts, 12 lunches, 13 dinners

Meet the guides

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  • Use of BMW motorcycle
  • See Limestone Caves in Ninh Binh, Plain of Jars
  • Incredible mountain riding in Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam
  • Visit Sapa, rice terraces in Nghia Lo, Luang Prabang
  • Tour starts and ends in Chiang Mai, Thailand
  • 14 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Advanced


13 riding days
Airport transfer included: Chiang Mai International Airport
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Throughout the tour, you will stay at carefully selected quality hotels and resorts with leisure facilities.


Day 1 - Arrive in Chiang Mai

Upon arrival, you will meet Bike Tour Asia representative at the airport and they will drive you to the hotel. At 3 p.m., you will meet others for a welcome briefing. Bike Tour Asia will answer any questions you might have and there will be motorcycle hand over at the hotel. Please plan your arrival to Chiang Mai accordingly. You will stay overnight in Chiang Mai. Today's meal plan includes dinner.

Day 2 - Chiang Mai - Chiang Khong (300 kilometers / 186 miles)

In the morning, you will start the adventure. You will ride in eastern direction, passing the Doi Luang National Park. The first part will be on the main road. In the afternoon, you will ride along the magic Mekong River. You will meet this river often during the tour. In the afternoon, you will arrive in Chiang Khong. You will park the motorcycles and enjoy the river view and Laos on the other side. Overnight in Chiang Khong.

Day 3 - Chiang Khong - Oudomxai (310 kilometers / 193 miles)

You will start earlier today and go to Thai immigration at 8 AM. The immigration and customs procedures are always an experience. It simply just takes time, so relax, be patient. After clearing Thai border formalities, you will cross the Thai - Lao Friendship Bridge.

Don’t forget! In Laos, you have to drive on the right side of the road! You have a lunch in Luang Namtha and then continue the remaining stretch to Oudomxai. The road is quite good and the scenery is great as you are passing through a couple of villages, where is time to stop and “mingle” with the locals.

The first stretch of today to Luang Namtha is the main transit road between Thailand and China and normally has a bit more traffic. After lunch, the road is more provincial, with plenty of cures and villages and not much traffic. Overnight in Oudomxai. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included in price.

Day 4 - Oudomxai - Dien Bien Phu (230 kilometers / 143 miles)

Continue in eastern direction on low traffic density provincial roads to the Vietnamese border. First stretch you will ride along the Nam Phak River, enjoy the scenery. At Pak Nam Noy, you will start climbing up the mountains towards the Vietnam border. This is a remote area of Laos and the scenery is spectacular.

Your Vietnamese guide will wait for you the at Tay Trang border crossing and together you will ride to Dien Bien Phu. You can visit the Dien Bien Phu Museum, the notorious hill A-1 battlefield, the former French command post and a captured tank. Overnight in Dien Bien Phu. Today's meal plans include breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Day 5 - Dien Bien Phu - Sapa (300 kilometers / 186 miles)

After an early breakfast, you will depart follow the NR12 to Muong Lay, then head up to Taphin plateau to conquer a scenic and stunning road through the Sin Ho Valley. You will stop at the Sin Ho Market, which is more lively and crowded if you arrive early.

You will continue this less traveled road until Lai Chau and drive the winding road to Sapa with a photo stop at the O Qui Ho pass at 2005 meter from where you have a spectacular view of Phan Xia Pang, 3143 meters, Vietnam’s and South East Asia highest mountain. You will arrive in Sapa in the later afternoon and you will stay for next two nights here. Today's meal plans include breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Day 6 - Sapa (rest day)

Today is a rest day. Sapa is mountainous town in Northwestern Vietnam, blessed with a cool climate throughout the year. The Hoàng Liên mountain range dominates the area with a dramatic backdrop.

There are many things to do in Sapa. You can go for an optional ride in the area or you simply chill out. For a remote small town in northern Vietnam’s mountains, Sapa is surprisingly modern. It offers a great variety of gastronomic options - from local street food and Vietnamese specialties to high quality (Italian) restaurants and wine bars. Not to mention the many local cafes that serve super robust Vietnamese coffee.

If you like, take the cabin up to the top of Phan Xia Pang or simply just stroll around in the town. Overnight in Sapa. Today's meal plan includes breakfast only.

Day 7 - Sapa - Nghia Lo (245 kilometers / 152 miles)

With newly “charged batteries”, the journey takes you in southern direction. You will have an easy ride for the on asphalted mountainous roads to Nghia Lo. During the whole day, you pass through endless villages and rice fields. There are countless photo stops and possibilities to “mingle with the locals”.

The closer you get to Nghia Lo, the more spectacular the landscape becomes, especially the valleys with their endless rice terraces. The road is most scenic between Than Uyen to Nghia Lo. You will stop at a monument at the elevation of 1570 meters and climb up to a lookout. The view of the rice paddies is the best from up here. Overnight in Nghia Lo. Today, all meals are included in price.

Day 8 - Nghia Lo - Ninh Binh (300 kilometers / 186 miles)

Today, the journey leads you south to the Ninh Binh province. You will pass by Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam to avoid the crazy traffic. Then, you will arrive at Tam Coc, a small town, full of guest houses, coffee shops, restaurants, souvenir shops, and more. It was once the ancient capital of Vietnam in the 10th century.

You can visit diverse temples of two dynasties, the Dinh and Le dynasty, each with their unique architecture. You can also explore the local area by bicycle in the afternoon. Overnight in Ninh Binh. Today's meal plans include breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Day 9 - Ninh Binh - Phu Mat (250 kilometers / 155 miles)

In the morning, you will board sampan boats (two persons share one boat) and drift down the river among the villages and see beautiful mountains and lush rice fields. You will pass three caves (“Hang Ca”, “Hang Hai” and “Hang Ba”). Afterwards, you continue on motorbikes to Pu Mat.

You will follow the Ho Chi Minh Trail and the Ca (big) river and arrive in Con Cuong town in the Nghe An province. On the way, you will have the chance to see sun flower fields. Most of today’s route is on asphalt and an easy going ride. Overnight in Con Cuong. Today, breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included in price.

Day 10 - Phu Mat - Phonsavan (270 kilometers / 168 miles)

Today, you will continue to the Nam Can border gate and check out to Laos. The last part of your riding in Vietnam passes through endless villages and just before the border you climb up the mountain range creating the natural border between Vietnam and Laos. You better be there on time. At 11:30 a.m., the immigration office will take their rather long lunch break.

After the immigration process, you will ride in direction to Phonsavan. Once back in Laos, you can notice the change in landscape and the fewer villages. You will stay overnight in Phonsawan. Today's meal plans include breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Day 11 - Phonsavan - Luang Prabang (265 kilometers / 165 miles)

Phonsavan is home to the famous “Plain of Jars”, a megalithic archaeological site that you will visit in the morning. Then, you will jump straight back to the twisties, winding your way northwest towards Luang Prabang. Some stunning mountain trails give way to a wide open track through the beautiful countryside with remote villages along the way.

Luang Prabang with its gleaming temple roofs, fading French architecture, and stunning mountain backdrop has been claimed by the UNESCO to be "the best preserved city in South East Asia". In the evening, you will enjoy dinner by the Mekong River. You should not miss to visit the night market after dinner. Stay overnight in Luang Prabang. Today's meal plans include breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Day 12 - Luang Prabang - Pakbeng (280 kilometers / 174 miles)

After waking up in the cool air to the spectacular views of the Mekong, you will start riding in southern direction to Xayaburi. The road heralds the start of a 170 kilometers wild stretch of highway along steep ridges and around hairpin bends, with headlong views of rugged valleys and remote mountains as far as the eye can see.

From Xayaburi, you take the narrow and winding local road passing a couple of remote villages to Hongsa where you enjoy lunch. On the last part of the day, you will ride to Pakbeng, located by the Mekong River. Pakbeng is a transit point for mainly backpackers traveling by boat on the Mekong River between Luang Prabang and Huay Xai. Overnight in Pakbeng. Today's meal plans include breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Day 13 - Pakbeng - Nan (220 kilometers / 137 miles)

Today is your last day in Laos. Today is our last day in Laos. First part of the route takes us back in the direction to Hongsa. You will cross into Thailand at Huai Kon border point. Normally the border formalities leaving Laos and entering Thailand are rather straight forward. You'll be in Nan province, one of the few remote areas left in Thailand. Enjoy the road 1081 south towards Bo Kluea. At Bo Kluea, you'll stop for lunch and visit the salt well where you will experience old traditional salt extraction. Back on the road you'll continue to a scenic road towards Nan, the capital of this province. For centuries Nan was a separate, autonomous Kingdom with few relationships to the outside world. Now, the city is a beautiful town with many well-preserved temples. For local bikers the area is a treasure. Overnight in Nan.

Day 14 - Nan - Chiang Mai (310 kilometers / 193 miles)

After breakfast, you will drive from Nan in a western direction. During the last day of our motorcycle tour you'll cruise once again hilly roads via Phayao to Chiang Mai. In Phayao,enjoy a nice lunch by the lake before you arrive back at Bike Tour Asia Service Center in Chiang Mai in the afternoon. Transfer to hotel and get ready for our farewell dinner. You will end the day together with our new friends, sharing good riding memories and looking at some of the pictures from our adventures. You will overnight in Chiang Mai.

Day 15 - Departure Chiang Mai

Transfer to Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX). Today, the meal plan includes breakfast.

Route itinerary and destination may be subject to change in case of force majeure, weather conditions, road conditions and any other significant circumstances

Skill level


  • can ride for five to six hours
  • extensive riding experience
  • assistance on demand (if required)
  • experienced with riding a variety of motorcycles
  • comfortable with any terrain and weather conditions


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This amazing tour will bring you to beautiful spots in Thailand, Vietnam, and Laos.


Daily breakfast, 12 lunches, 13 dinners, and drinking water are included in price.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • Van transfers from/to Chiang Mai airport and hotel / Bike Tour Asia Service Center
  • 14 overnight stays in carefully selected hotels and resorts, some areas with the best hotels available at spot
  • Breakfast every day
  • 12 lunches
  • 13 dinners
  • Gasoline during the tour
  • Motorcycle rental with unlimited mileage
  • Motorcycle insurance
  • Water, soft drinks en route
  • Tour guide on motorcycle leading the group
  • Driver / tour guide in a support van for luggage transportation (one piece per person)
  • Local Lao and Vietnamese tour guide
  • Custom declaration / Laos and Vietnam permits, documentation, custom bonds and administration
  • Entrance fees as per itinerary
  • Tour information package including riding and safety tips, details about the hotels, the route and the sight
  • Road maps and Bike Tour Asia T-shirt
  • 7% VAT

What's not included

  • Services not mentioned as included
  • Other meals than stated
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Optional motorcycle loss/damage waiver
  • Visa for Laos and Vietnam

How to get there

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Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX). Transfers from and to the airport are included. Bike Tour Asia will pick you up from the airport.

Airport: Chiang Mai International Airport Airport transfer included: Chiang Mai International Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 25% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 60 days before arrival.

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