Ride and Eat Through Saigon After Dark (On Vintage Vespa)

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Please note: Due to the Lunar New Year and Tet holidays, our tours are limited from 18th to 21st -February 2015. If you have any questions please send us a message.

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Hi, I'm Steve. I moved to Vietnam 11 years ago from Hawaii, although I'm originally from Charleston, South Carolina in the USA. I first came to Vietnam in 1996 as a traveler, part of a one-year journey around the world. Of all the countries I visited, Vietnam lured me back to live and continue that journey. Since then, I have fallen in love with the country, the culture and especially the people. I even married one.

During my early travels in Vietnam, I saw the vintage Vespa everywhere; one of my first priorities when I returned to live here was to get some wheels, and only a vintage Vespa would do. I bought my first Vespa on my third day back and it became a huge part of my life. My passion for Vespas subsequently led me to a successful restoration and export business. My Vietnamese wife, Phuong, has been a large part of that success; her savvy and local business knowledge has always provided us with an advantage.

Located on a busy corner, our café is the only Vespa themed cafe in Saigon. One of our favorite ways to relax and spend time is to gather a group of friends together at the café and explore southern Vietnam on our Vespas. We make these trips several times a year. I've always enjoyed sharing the stories of our adventures with our guests and almost everyone wanted to share the experience. Thus the idea for our vespa tours was born.
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Review (1)

  • Veronika Veronika

    One of the most fun things I've ever done! Great food! Great company and the ride of a lifetime through the hectic streets of Saigon! I would never have found the places visited as an independent traveller.
    Not to be missed!