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Note — all information below is based on owning a Vietnamese registered motorbike, unless otherwise stated. Happily standing on the Vietnamese side after another successful border crossing! As far as we know you cannot take a Lao-plated bike into Vietnam unless you are the registered owner of the motorbike.
The two countries share 6 international border crossings. The guys who we bought our motorbikes off of in Luang Prabang tried to cross the border here and were not permitted to exit Vietnam with them. We have also heard from other riders that when they rode to this border crossing the immigration officials tried to extort a large amount of money from them.
As of Januarythe road on the Vietnamese side is in a terrible state, with very thick mud making the journey quite hazardous.
Leave yourself plenty of daylight hours if trying to make this crossing. We met two guys in January who took their Vietnamese motorbikes from Laos back into Vietnam at this crossing with no problems. We have not met anyone who has done this personally though. We have no credible information on the possibility of crossing the border with a motorbike at Lao Bao, although we have heard stories that it is possible.
Personally we would not hesitate in attempting this border crossing ourselves. It is a remote crossing, with the road on the Laos side being a beautiful mountain pass.
Watch out for logging trucks on this road. We crossed from Laos into Vietnam at Bo Y with no problems. The border officials in Laos and Vietnam did not ask for any bribes, fees or extra money to cross.
No one asked for the import permits that came with our bikes. The lovely views just past the Bo Y border crossing between Laos and Vietnam. We have heard of people taking Cambodian-plated motorbikes into Vietnam, but have no credible sources on this.
The two countries share 5 international road border crossings.
They are as follows: It is definitely possible to take a Vietnamese-plated motorbike across the border at this international gate, although you may be asked for fees or bribes. We took our Vietnamese-plated bikes into Cambodia at this border crossing in July, and had no problems doing so.
We were not asked for any additional fees. We have met people who took their motorbikes across the border at this checkpoint and had no problems. There are stories online of people having no problems crossing the border with a Vietnamese-plated motorbike at this checkpoint, but the information is dated.
This is the one we used to cross the border with our bikes back into Vietnam in October and had no problems at all. The high security border crossing between Cambodia and Vietnam.
At the immigration checkpoint. Crossing The Border With A Motorbike Between Laos And Cambodia While there are no laws that state taking a bike between Cambodia and Laos is illegal, lately this has been difficult for international tourists due to corruption.
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