Bike rental in Cam Ranh

Bike rental in Cam Ranh

Cam Ranh in the south of Vietnam is a great beach destination featuring a beautiful blue sea and white sand. But Cam Ranh is not all sea and sand. One of the best ways to discover the cultural and natural features of the area is to rent a scooter and to drive around.

Currently, tourists coming to Cam Ranh have a great demand for motorbike rentals, as this type of vehicle is not only convenient but also economical. Some of the benefits of renting a bike are:

Cost-effectiveness: Renting a motorbike is a cost-effective way to explore the Nha Trang and Cam Ranh area. It is cheaper than hiring a taxi or booking a tour. With a motorbike rental, you can travel to different destinations at your own pace and for a fraction of the cost.

Convenience: With motorbike rental services that offer delivery to your place, you don’t have to worry about going to the rental shop to pick up the bike. The rental company will deliver the motorbike to your location, saving you time and effort.

Flexibility: When you rent a motorbike, you have the flexibility to explore the area on your own terms. You can visit tourist attractions at your own pace and take detours to explore off-the-beaten-path destinations.

Local experience: Riding a motorbike in Nha Trang/Cam Ranh is a great way to experience the local culture and lifestyle. You can explore local markets, try local food, and interact with the locals, which will give you a deeper understanding of the city.

There are a few motorbike rental shops in Cam Ranh, as most are concentrated in Nha Trang, so the best is to find them online, but the question is: how do I chose one? I was so lucky to find a bike rental shop that provided me both with a bike, and with loads of free information and tips about where to drive and what to visit and see. It was a wealth of information that Leonardo and I appreciated as it helped making the best out of our 10 days in the area.

The name of their business is Cham Khan Hoa and the bike rental is called Lam Duan. They have a wide range of motorbikes available for rent, including automatic scooters and manual bikes. They offer delivery to your place, making it convenient for travellers.

As I mentioned earlier, this place not only provided me with a nearly new bike, one that Leonardo chose from photos they sent me via Whatsapp. The bike in question was a Yamaha Nouvo GP 125cc, a flashy blue colour. It was via Whatsapp that they provided me an address for a laundry shop, a place where to go and sample local mangoes, the way to get to a local market, some nice nature adventure with waterfalls and trekking experience, and more. In the end, we were contacting them almost on a daily basis to ask for anything that pop to our mind.

The person interacting with me had perfect English and a passion for anything local. I can easily state that they made a big difference in the way Leonardo and I lived our time in Cam Ranh and Nha Trang.

So if you are in Cam Ranh, do not hesitate to contact them and get your scooter rental sorted. Mention Asian Itinerary to get special rates. And last but not least, make sure to prioritise your safety and follow traffic rules to have a safe and enjoyable experience in Vietnam roads.

Cham Khan Hoa / Lam Duan

WHATSAPP: (+84) 378 091 240



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Thomas has a university background in the UK and in Latin America, with studies in Languages and Humanities, Culture, Literature and Economics. He started his Asian experience as a publisher in Krabi in 2005. Thomas has been editing local newspapers and magazines in England, Spain and Thailand for more than fifteen years. He is currently working on several projects in Thailand and abroad. Apart from Thailand, Thomas has lived in Italy, England, Venezuela, Cuba, Spain and Bali. He spends most of his time in Asia. During the years Thomas has developed a great understanding of several Asian cultures and people. He is also working freelance, writing short travel stories and articles for travel magazines. Follow Thomas on

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