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 Dong Thap
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 Dong Thap (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 Dong Thap?
Distance: about 1864 km from Hanoi to Dong Thap or vice versa.
Travel time: about 34.30 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 Dong Thap?
Dong Thap is a province located in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam, situated in the southern part of the Mekong Delta and bordering the provinces of An Giang, Can Tho, Vinh Long, Long An, and Tien Giang.
The province's main economy is agriculture, particularly rice cultivation and growing fruits such as mango, papaya, and milk apple.
In addition, Dong Thap has many notable cultural and historical heritage sites, such as the ancient house of Thuy Le, the Sa Dec flower garden, the Tram Chim National Park, and more.
The province is also known for its unique dishes such as linh fish hotpot, braised fish, and silk worm cake.
Tra Vinh is an attractive destination for tourists with many unique tourist attractions, including the Xeo Quyt heritage site with the relics of the Sa Huynh culture.
The Gao Giong eco-tourism area is considered the largest mangrove forest in the Mekong Delta region, offering many recreational activities such as camping, fishing, and mangrove forest exploration.
The Dong Sen Thap Muoi eco-tourism area boasts stunning natural scenery, with vast rice paddies surrounding rare and exotic flora and fauna.
The Tram Chim National Park is home to hundreds of rare and endangered species of animals and the largest predatory bird population in the Mekong Delta region.
The Huynh Thuy Le ancient house was built in the 19th century with a French-Vietnamese architectural style, providing visitors with a sense of stepping back in time.
Finally, the Sa Dec ornamental flower village is known as a paradise of ornamental flowers, where tourists can admire unique and delicate blossoms.
Weather and People in Dong Thap
The weather in Dong Thap province is mainly influenced by a tropical monsoon climate, with distinct dry and rainy seasons.
The dry season occurs from December to April, while the rainy season starts from May to November, with the heaviest rainfall in August to October. The average annual temperature in Dong Thap ranges from 26 to 27 degrees Celsius, while the average annual rainfall is about 1,500 - 1,700mm.
In terms of people, Dong Thap locals are known for their friendly, sociable, enthusiastic, and simple lifestyle. They have a water-oriented soul, patience in life, and a spirit of unity and mutual assistance. Dong Thap people also have a great love for folk culture and religion.