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Carrying bike on trains, buses, planes in Vietnam & Cambodia

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Carrying bike on trains, buses, planes in Vietnam & Cambodia

Hi all. We are planning a bike tour of Vietnam and Cambodia in Dec 2011 / Jan 2012.

It's hard to know what the deal is with getting our bikes into planes, trains and buses, especially whether it is OK to just put the bike on without packing it into a box. Any info on the following transport legs would be deeply appreciated:

- Flight from Dalat to Danang

- Train or Bus from Phan Thiet (Muong Man) to Ho Chi Min (Saigon)

- Boat from Chau Doc (Vietnam border) to Phnom Penh (Cambodia)

- Boat from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap

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1. Re: Carrying bike on trains, buses, planes in Vietnam & Cambodia

No idea about planes but trains and buses no problem. The local agent who you book your tickets through will be able to arrange and tell you the costs.

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2. Re: Carrying bike on trains, buses, planes in Vietnam & Cambodia

We saw some guys travelling with their bikes in vietnam on planes and noticed they were in bike carrier bags/cases as checked luggage.

3. Re: Carrying bike on trains, buses, planes in Vietnam & Cambodia

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