In December 2009, we entered Saigon from Bavet-Moc Bai border just to see if it's feasible. We only spend 1 night in Saigon. This time around, we were determined to ride from South to North of Vietnam. Planning started as early as July. With all the itineries and documentations prepared 1 month before depature, we left Singapore on midnight 9th Dec 2010. Cruising through Malaysian North South Highway and reached Hatyai railway station by 10am. Purchased tickets for passengers as well as cargo for bikes for 6pm schedule to Bangkok. Arrived at Hua Lamphong by 1330pm and headed straight for Aranyapratet border where we arrived at 1800hours. Battambang was our rest stop, checked in Asia hotel for USD$6. Next day was one whole sunlight riding time to Vietnam border of Moc Bai. Cleared Vetnamese customs early morning and was greeted by almost 20 bikers from local ACEMotoSaigon club. They escorted us into Saigon with ease amidst the chaos of Saigon traffic. The adventure in Vietnam begins. Bike loaded up in Hatyai for Bangkok after a gruelling 9 hours ride through Malaysia under heavy rain. Arrived Poipet border just in time before they're closed. Ride down a bit into Battambang, head for showers, some light dinner and off to bed. On board a barge for river crossing Approaching Bavet - Moc Bai border The border They guys from ACEMotoSg escorting us in Tuan, our Southern guide. Chaos begins. This really looked sweet. We were invited for H.O.G Saigon 2nd anniversary at Hard Rock Cafe. The vietnamese really know how to party hard. Next morning, we took a 455km ride to Nha Trang. Beautiful beaches, spectacular sceneries along the way and stopped by an interesting Sand Dunne area. Not long after joined by Thailand riders. Dinner hosted by a rider who owns a restaurant in Nha Trang All ready for 520km ride to Hoi An. This time no escorts and we were on our own. The buses and lorries are road terrors and motorcyclists are almost transparent. Plus sharing the single lane National Highway with cylists and live stocks. Plenty of heart stopping moments and we had to adapt fast. The view was refreshing but the road drivers a different story altogether.