Binh Thuan Province is located in the South Central Coast of Vietnam, bordered to the north and north east by Ninh Thuan Province, to the north and north-west by Lam Dong Province, to the west by Dong Nai Province, to the south-west by Ba Ria Vung Tau Province and to the east by the East Sea of Vietnam. The terrain of Binh Thuan is mostly forested mountains to the west and flat land along the coast.
Binh Thuan has three types of topography: mountainous, plain and coastal. The coast longs over 192km with many capes: La Gan, Mui Nho, Mui Rom, Mui Ne, Ke Ga. They create good seaports: La Gan-Phan Ri, Mui Ne- Phan Thiet, La Gi. The Phu Quy District offshore links mainland to Truong Sa Island. The main rivers run through the province are La Ga, Quao, Cong, Dinh.
The province lies in the monsoon tropical area with two distinct seasons. The rainy season: from May to October and the dry season: from November to April following year. The annual average temperature varies between 27oC.
To meet the demand for renting motorbikes in Binh Thuan. I would like to summarize some places with motorbike rental for your reference. Additional attention should be checked before renting a motorbike, not redundant. Ask if the breakdown of the car along the road does not support, and should contact a few places to compare the service before renting a motorbike in Binh Thuan.
How much Motorbike Rental Binh Thuan price ?
The company will usually charge per 24 hours. When you rent for a day. the price you pay will vary depending on where you are, whether the bike is older or new, and an automatic or a manual one. In some places, you may have a discount for a weekly rental, most will for a monthly hire term.
If you intend to hire this motorbike for a long time (over a week), make sure you have a good deal with the company. (especially in peak seasons insist on a daily rate for how many days you hire).
Budget is about 120.000 to 200.000 VND per day or 800.000 to 1.200.000 VND for monthly rental. It depends on your motorbike preference.
Note that motorbikes rental prices in popular tourist destinations in Binh Thuan are higher compared to less touristy areas. If you plan to rent a scooter in Binh Thuan , I recommend getting a bigger Motorbikes than 50cc.
I recommend renting a scooter from a scooter rental that looks trustworthy. Renting a scooter from your hotel is a good option although it will cost you more. But as we’re talking about a few dollars difference, it is a less risky option than to rent from a business that looks suspicious.
Some places for Binh Thuan Motorbike Rental
Depending on the rental business, duration of the rental and the type of bike you plan to rent, the procedures are different. For example, usually, if you are staying in a hotel and want to rent a motorbike from the hotel for under a week, the hotel usually will not need a deposit, instead they will hold your passport. Read more: Motorbike rental in Mui Ne.
However, If you rent direct from a motorbike rental business, you will need to give either your ID/Passport or a deposit of money. Many rental shops in Binh Thuan will accept a valid identification or even a copy of the passport, with a smaller monetary deposit.
You must be careful checking your bike before rental. You should make sure that all the lights, indicators, horn and basic electrical functions are working before you leave. Finally, and most important – always wear a helmet when riding a motorbike in Binh Thuan , not only is it the law but it will ensure your safety!
Below you will find a some of the most popular and recommended motorbike rental business in Binh Thuan:
Motorbike Rental Thanh Lam
Address: No 161 Phu Hoi Str, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan.
Tam Chung motorbike rental
Address: 280 Thu Khoa Huan str, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan.
Tel: 096 495 54 07 – 0623 823742
Motorbike rental Binh Thuan
ADD: No1 Quynh Luu, Phuoc Hoi, Lagi, Binh Thuan, Vietnam.
Mui Ne Motorbike rental
ADD: 50 Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Mui Ne, Binh Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan.
Safety Inspection and Checks motorbike
Before you set off, make sure you give a thorough check of the motorbike. The company will usually go over the bike and make a list of any dents, scratches and damage it might already have which you will be asked to witness. Pay attention when this is done as the contracts you are about to sign says that you hired the bike in prime condition. If it comes back with any additional marks you will be charged for this and be careful some companies motorbike rental Binh Thuan make alot of extra income this way.
Here are things you should check for.
1) Inspect the bike for existing damage and take photo’s on your phone
2) Sit on the bike and bounce up and down – make sure the suspension is working
3) See if the mirrors adjust and you can see behind you. Thai drivers hardly ever use their mirrors – but you do!
4) Ride the bike and check for size comfort (your knees should not be forced to stick out)
5) Ride the bike and test the brakes (some bikes have rear and front, some combined – know what you have)
6) Check the acceleration – sometimes you will need to get out of the way of some idiot quickly
7) Opt for bikes with thicker tires – thin tires and gravel will be your No one reason for an accident
8) Helmet – Get as good as you can and wear it. Seriously wear it – I know some people don’t but think of your mother!