Tigit Motorbikes – Ho Chi Minh City Location

B2-00.01 Sarimi, 72 Nguyen Co Thach, An Loi Dong Ward, District 2, Vietnam, 7000

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Tigit Motorbikes Ho Chi Minh

Package and Pricing Options

Pick Up & Drop Off In The Same Location

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$500 deposit on card $1000 deposit on card
$10 a day $20 a day


Pick Up & Drop Off In Different Locations

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$500 deposit on card $1000 deposit on card
$80 rent within 3 days $110 rent within 3 days
$10 a day after the first 3 days $20 a day after the first 3 day

To make an inquiry or a booking from Ho Chi Minh or any of our other locations please contact us today.

What to Know

Ho Chi Minh is the most modern and vibrant of all the cities in Vietnam but it is crowded and dirty. Plan your trip before you come and decide what kind of experience you want to have. Party scene or stunning mountain vistas surrounded by tea plantation steppes? There are a lot of motorbike routes in Vietnam and Ho Chi Minh is a good place to start many of them.

• Tigitmotorbikes in Ho Chi Minh is our largest location. Because of our main mechanic being based in HCM, we offer the most consistent service from here. Our high-end motorbikes, quality name-brand gear, and professional service all originate from this location. If you have a chance to choose your landing city, go with Ho Chi Minh.

• Tigit HCM is in District 2. It’s very easy for test driving motorbikes in stock.

How long does it take to Tigitmotorbikes HCMC?

•We are a 5-minute taxi from the backpacker area (Pham Ngu Lao), but it is not possible to walk from district 1 to our office due to the connection being a tunnel. Download the “grab” app and take a taxi!

• Our shop has three floors, 1st floor mechanic shop and wash room, 2nd floor is a storage unit, 3rd floor an accessory shop under the name of Chrunix.

Frequently Asked Questions About Ho Chi Minh City

What is the most authentic district to stay in Ho Chi Minh?
District 3 or District 1 has the most old-style French architecture surrounded by a bustling street life which is very foreigner-friendly.
Where is the safest place to stay in Ho Chi Minh?
District 2 or District 7 are the most “western-oriented” areas of the city with many expats calling it home.
How hard is it to navigate the city by motorbike?
It takes a few days getting used to the traffic density but the slow-moving pace coupled with the foreigner friendly locals make it a fast learning curve.


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