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Although there are many printed maps of Vietnam available, both within Vietnam and abroad, I’m yet to come across one that is wholly accurate, reliable, and regularly and thoroughly updated. In my experience, many road maps of Vietnam will not show some of the new and scenic roads – exactly the kind of roads that you most want to be riding – even when the map in question is supposed to be an updated edition.On the other hand, many road maps of Vietnam will show old roads that have either fallen into complete disrepair or have never really been more than a muddy jungle track unsuitable for anything but a 4×4 vehicle or a dirt bike in the first place.However, with a bit of cross-referencing, printed maps can be still be useful.(Note: if you are planning on using either a 4×4 vehicle or a dirt bike in Vietnam, you should be able to handle any of the roads marked on any printed or online map.By doing this, you’ll be able to find your way from the highest mountains in the north to the most secluded beaches in the south.The maps and resources outlined on this page should be used together: don’t rely on just one of them.

Google Maps, among others, is an incredibly useful tool to have on a road trip in Vietnam.

No one can keep up to date with road conditions in Vietnam.

After years of riding all over the country, I’ve found that the best way to get an accurate picture of the roads in Vietnam is to cross-reference three sources: online maps, printed maps, and local knowledge.

However, the Travel Map of Vietnam is by no means thorough.

I was particularly disappointed to find that the ‘new’ 2017 edition does not include a great many new, large, scenic, and major roads, some of which have been in existence for well over a year now.

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