Asia Transport would like to offer our customers the price for renting our luxurious Van Limo with 9, 11, 16, 18 seats, and 7-seat cars for transportation to Tien Giang
Our vehicles are new models and come with professional drivers.
Our service includes a luxurious Van Limo and 7 seaters car, a basic English driver Skills, free WiFi, complimentary drinks, fuel, and toll fees with no hidden costs.
Route of travel by Van Limo and Car from Hanoi to Tay Ninh one-way, vice versa or 1 or more days
Car 7 seaters:
Van Limo 9 seats:
Van Limo 11 seats:
Van Limo 16, 18 seats:
If you are interested in renting a Car or a Van Limo from Hanoi to Ben Tre (including driver and passengers) according to the schedule or need further advice, please contact us.
The rental price for Limo cars includes:
Driver's salary: This cost includes the driver's salary and other allowances such as food and rest expenses if the group travels long distances, meal and accommodation by his own.
Fuel costs: This cost includes the fuel costs for the 9-seat Limo car during the rental period.
Toll fees, parking fees, complimentary drinks, and cold towels on the car.
To have comfortable seating on the Van Limo and Car, please note:
Van Limo with 9 seats is for groups of less than 8 passengers.
Van Limo with less than 16, 18 seats should accommodate 14, 16 passengers, respectively, depending on the number of guests.
Car 7 seaters: under 5 passengers will better.
All car models have luggage compartments suitable for the corresponding number of suitcases.
What is the distance and travel time from Hanoi to Ben Tre?
Distance: about 1804 km from Hanoi to Ben Tre or vice versa.
Travel time: about 33.30 hours. However, the travel time may increase if traveling during peak hours when leaving Hanoi and taking breaks on the way.
Travel by Limo car on the road.
About Ben Tre?
Ben Tre is a province located in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam, situated in the southern part of the country. The province covers an area of approximately 2,360 km² and has a population of around 1.5 million people.
Ben Tre is known as a land of coconut trees, with hundreds of thousands of hectares of coconut palms stretching across its districts. In addition, Ben Tre is famous for its sweet fruits such as mangoes, rambutans, sapodillas, longans, jackfruits, custard apples, bananas, and the products made from these fruits such as jams, coconut candies, honey, and sugarcane juice.
Below are some other popular tourist attractions in Ben Tre:
Con Quy Ecotourism - This is one of the famous underwater ecotourism spots in Ben Tre. Visitors can participate in activities such as snorkeling, fishing and enjoy fresh seafood.
Con Phung Island - This small island located on the Tien River has lush greenery and is a great place to relax and unwind. Tourists can take a boat ride on the Tien River and visit the Hai temple and Co Thach pagoda.
Con Phu Da Island - This small island surrounded by canals is a wonderful place to explore the unique landscape of the Mekong Delta.
Nguyen Dinh Chieu Tomb Area - This is the resting place of the poet Nguyen Dinh Chieu, who wrote the first Vietnamese version of the literary masterpiece "The Tale of Kieu".
With its famous specialties and scenic spots, Ben Tre is an ideal destination for those who love culture, cuisine, and nature.
Weather and People in Ben Tre
Ben Tre is a province located in the Mekong Delta region of Southern Vietnam. The weather in Ben Tre belongs to the tropical monsoon climate, with two distinct seasons: the rainy season and the dry season.
The rainy season lasts from May to November, with high and frequent rainfall. During this season, the weather in Ben Tre is humid, with an average temperature ranging from 25-28°C, and can be affected by storms and floods.
The dry season starts from December to April, with low rainfall and higher temperatures compared to the rainy season. During this season, the weather in Ben Tre is less humid, with an average temperature ranging from 28-32°C.
Due to this climate characteristic, the people of Ben Tre often live a life closely tied to waterways and livestock, mainly growing crops such as coconut, mango, pomelo, lime, and raising fish such as snakehead, catfish, and shrimp.
The weather also affects the production, business, and tourism activities of the people in Ben Tre.