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COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) MESSAGE: The situation in Vietnam is under good control. Our office is open and you can hire motorbikes or scooters from us. The booking for Vietnam motorbike tours is available and you can book now with good deals. You can change the dates (no extra charge) if flights are delayed. Thank you for your attention!

Offroad Vietnam Motorbike Adventures – Office Maps Location

Office Maps Location Of Offroad Vietnam

We are in the Old Quarter of Hanoi, a very busy area. In fact, space is a real problem and property is extremely expensive. Therefore, we don’t rent a big office on the main street but in an alleyway which is easy to find. Please save or download this Office Maps Location page and you will find us in Hanoi. See you.

Why Offroad Vietnam® Office Off-Road

Offroad Vietnam® captures quintessential Hanoi in it’s ‘off the main road’ location at 36 back door Nguyen Huu Huan street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam. In reality, many residents of Hanoi’s Old Quarter spend their days carving out a living in the maze of tiny alleyways that matrix through it. A single person can spend a lifetime tending food stalls or selling wares in a space no more than 2 metres wide. This is the real Hanoi, and with Offroad Vietnam® you get a taste of the real Vietnam.

Many customers asked us the reason of tiny houses in Hanoi. We would explain it as this: inheritance. In case a family has sons and daughters, normally only the sons have the share of the house, the more sons in the family means the smaller the house will be. This is a very special detail about Vietnamese culture.

We don’t have a fancy office but everything is well organised in this 3-floor house. We believe in putting the money back into the Vietnamese community. Therefore being off road helps us save some cost and invest more on quality.

How To Find Us

Our office is quite easy to find, first go to number 34A (a coffee shop) or 36 (Xinh furniture shop) Nguyen Huu Huan street, enter the little alley between number 34A and number 36, then third back door on the left as indicated in the below map (~10m from the main street). Our sign is in orange color (see photo below). You can also enter this little street from Hang Bac and/or Luong Ngoc Quyen street but it’s more difficult to find us.

Offroad Vietnam Motorbike Adventures - Office Maps Location: Office location, how to find Offroad Vietnam office in Hanoi

Offroad Vietnam Motorbike Adventures - Office Maps Location: Offroad Vietnam motorcycle adventure officeOffroad Vietnam® Travel Contacts

Add: 36 back door Nguyen Huu Huan street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, VIETNAM.
Tel: 3926 3433 (call in Hanoi). 0439 263 433 (call else where in/from Vietnam). +84 439 263 433 (call from other countries)
Mobile: 0913 047509 / 0982 050225 (call in/from Vietnam). +84 4913 047509 / +84 4982 050225 (call in/from other countries)

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You can search for Offroad Vietnam in Google Maps app or click on the map below.


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  1. Murray Gilchrist Reply

    Hi Anh,

    Murray from Chiang Mai here will send you email later.

    Many thanks.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Muray,

      You can buy a used Honda automatic scooter in Vietnam like Honda Vision, Honda Air Blade, Honda Lead from around 1,000 to 2,000$US. It’s not easy to buy a new bike and register it in your name. Good luck.

  2. DAVE MILLER Reply

    Hi guys,
    I am starting to plan a trip to Vietnam for 2021.
    I will be flying into Ho Chi Minh City on the 7/01/2021, departing Ho Chi Minh City on 13/02/2021.
    I am looking at a three-country ride. Leave Ho Chi Minh City ride up through Cambodia and Laos back into Vietnam to Hanoi.
    Then a few days at Ha Long Bay, and about 5/7 days at Hoi An, then back down to Ho Chi Minh City mainly along the coast. This can be done in reverse Hanoi to Ho Chi Min City.
    Your assistance with bike hire insurance waivers and useful information would be greatly appreciated.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Dave. We are based in Hanoi only and sadly are not able to offer one-way rental. In reality, there are some companies that offer one-way rental but sadly, we don’t work with anyone and therefore know nothing about how they do business. Luckily, you could easily find them through Google. Good luck!

  3. Ronald Coker Brown Reply

    Hi. We are 5? guys who would like to ride motorbikes from Hanoi down the East coast to Hoi An in about 5 days starting on 30/3/2020 with suggested overnight stops in Thanh Hoa, Vinh, Hue and Hoi An. We would like an all-inclusive tour with a guide and accommodation.
    We would like to leave the bikes in Danang on the sixth day and fly to Ho Chi Minh City.
    Is it possible to arrange a custom tour of this duration?
    We would like reasonable accommodation of about 3-star hotel if available.
    This would be open to change on recommendations from you.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Dear Ronald. Please check your email for a detailed reply. It’s simply too long to post here 🙂 Let us know your thoughts please.

  4. Dusty Reply

    Hi. I am Dusty out of Kuala Lumpur,

    Would you have an office/affiliate in Ho Chi Min City where I could rent a few bikes? Would like to ride in the South of Vietnam later this year with a few buddies. Thank you.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Sadly, we have no office anywhere outside Hanoi and therefore can’t help this time. However, just do some Google search and contact shops down there. Good luck.

  5. Jayne Honnor Reply

    Hello. I have 6 carved by the Phuoc Son in Quang Nam Province in the central Vietnamese Highlands. I would like to know if they are valuable. Thank you.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Jayne. Everywhere in Vietnam is worth visiting. However, you may need a local guide to fully understand the local people because they don’t speak much English.

  6. Bruce Rhodes Reply

    Do you sell used 250cc or 300c motorcycles (e.g., Kawasaki Ninja or Honda CBR)?

    Also, if I buy a bike in the US then ship to Vietnam, did I read correctly here that import taxes etc are 125% of value of US bikes?


    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Bruce. Sorry, we don’t sell used bikes over 250cc and we are not a used bike dealer. Currently, we only have two of the 125cc road bikes for sale, nothing bigger.

      You can only import your bike if you have a valid working permit or residence card in Vietnam. Taxes are from 0% to 120% depending on your paperwork.

  7. Julien Reply

    Hey, I’m in Sapa.

    Can you deliver a dirtbike tomorrow to me? Or to Lao Cai.

    Here are only scooters crap.

    Greets, Julien.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Julien. Sorry, we are based in Hanoi only and can’t deliver a bike there due to an unpleasant experience with sending the bike and the complicated paperwork. In Vietnam, if you want something quality, you need to pay more than average and only get from some selected places, not everywhere. Good luck!

  8. Pawel Reply

    Dear Sir/Madame,

    I’m planning to come to Ho Chi Minh 7th of May and ride to Hanoi. Is it possible to rent 4 motorbikes from Ho Chi Minh and return them in Hanoi after 10 days? We will pay for delivery to Ho Chi Minh.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Sorry no, we only rent bikes in Hanoi. Sadly, we have no office down in HCMC so nobody handles it.

  9. abraham Reply

    Hello dear,
    My name is Abraham, and my family sell biker and parts for bikes. Recently my brothers contacted me with the interest of your bikes models and I will be very happy if you can give more information about pricing and shipping to overseas.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Abraham. Sorry we are not a bike dealer and we only sell some of our used bikes in Hanoi, Vietnam to upgrade to newer fleets. In addition, we don’t export bikes or parts. You can contact Honda Vietnam and check with them about exporting bikes. Good luck.

  10. Philippe BRINGUIER Reply

    Je ne parle pas anglais et donc j’ai du mal à comprendre votre site. Nous sommes trois copains d’une cinquante d’années et nous voulons découvrir le Nord Vietnam en moto en totale autonomie avec un guide (environ 8 jours). Le voyage est programmé du 8 janvier au 12 février 2016. Pouvez vous me transmettre une documentation en français et me faire une proposition comprenant le programme, les dates et toutes informations utiles pour préparer ce parcours. 2 personnes sur trois possédent le permis moto.
    Je vous remercie d’avance. Cordialement

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Dear Philippe. Sadly we only speak and exchange emails in English. We don’t have a staff who speaks French. I understand but can’t write in your language.

  11. Craig Reply

    Hi Anh, just sent a message about a touring bike. I see you have XR 150cc bikes. Could you tell me how much to buy one please. I live in Hoi An and haven’t seen any in the shops here or Danang


    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Craig. We have XR125, not XR150. A new XR150 here in Hanoi costs about 3,300$US including registration.

  12. Brian Stapleton Reply

    Hello sirs

    I am inquiring on the availability and cost of a 3 day custom off road guided tour from 26 to 1 March for two people. We are accomplished off road riders and would like to ride mostly trails with some difficulty and see some scenery.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Brian. A detailed reply with options and information you need was sent to your email. Please check and let us know if you have more questions. Thanks.

  13. Tyler Reply

    I am planning a tour of Vietnam via motorbike. I am currently in Cambodia. I hope you can recommend a company in Ho Chi Minh that could arrange a motorbike driving license for me? I would like to find a company that could obtain this license in an expedited time frame, as I do not want to stay in HCM for 2 weeks waiting on my license. Is there anyone you can recommend? Thank you!

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Dear Tyler. For more details about local Vietnamese driving license please follow this link. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to have a Vietnamese license if you travel on a tourist visa. We don’t know any company who would be ready to arrange a local license because that’s lots of paperwork and headache. My guess is you need more than two weeks from the beginning. Good luck with your research.

  14. Alan Row Reply

    Dear Sir,
    I am looking to purchase a Honda Forza 300. As I live in Quang Ngai, I can’t find any.
    Would you be able to help.

    Best Regards

    Alan Row

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Alan. The bike you are looking for is an imported model and a new one costs from 16,000$US (comes with 120% taxes). There are illegally imported used scooters from 5,000$US. However, we can’t help this time because we don’t know anyone wanting to sell this model. Good luck.

  15. sil Reply


    We are two women and interested in a tour starting 17.2.2014 for about 10 days. After reading your page we especially like the way you write about tours for women and that it is not about how many kilometers we make per day but about what we experience. Dajana is riding bikes for years (in Europe 1300ccm) and sil used to ride a 125 enduro for some years. we like the north-tours you are describing but are open to your suggestions about what´s best for the time of year. Please let us know if it’s possible at such a short notice and what you recommend and what the costs are. We are 160 and 165cm tall and would need low bikes but please no scooters 😉

    We’re looking forward to your reply about possibilities and costs.

    kind regards

    sil and dajana

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Sil and Dajana. We have replied with all details you need to know via email. Please check and get back to us for more details. Happy New Year!

  16. Mario Demanuele Reply

    Dear sir/Madame,

    I m going to be in Vietnam in mid-December. I would like to take an adventure bike tour on a Minsk bike from Lao Cai to Hanoi. What are the expenses and expected activities during traveling?

    Looking forward for your reply.
    Mario Demanuele.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Dear Mr. Mario Demanuele,

      We are based in Hanoi and have only one office here where all rides start from. Sadly, we are not providing a ride that starts out of Hanoi. In addition, we only use Japanese Honda dirt bikes (a big no-no to Russian Minsks) due to reliability and environment friendliness. Therefore, we think you either choose to start in Hanoi and upgrade to Japanese Honda or google to find a company that offers Minsks. Good luck with your research!

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