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Excursions in Hanoi and North


Full Day Village Discovery From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Full Day Village Discovery From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

The journey begins with a one hour drive from Hanoi to Bat Trang ceramic village, where you will have a chance to visit the workshops and have a look at the kilns used for firing the ceramic pottery. Then, you will visit the community house of Dinh Bang. Traditionally, all villages in Vietnam had a "community house" in the centre of the village. It was where all decisions regarding the village were made. It connected everyone to the village and was the core of Vietnamese culture. Not far from the communal house lives a family who makes lacquer ware. Our next stop is the Do Temple. Do Temple or Den Do Temple honours the 8 Ly emperors of the Ly Dynasty. The temple was built in 1030 by Emperor Ly Thai Tong to worship his father Emperor Ly Thai To. Then, you will go to the small township of Tu Son for lunch. The restaurant has simple dishes for you to choose and is all genuine local food. After lunch, you will visit the village of Dong Ky, a traditional wood carving village. The trip there takes you through a beautiful rural setting of rice paddies with plenty of opportunities to stop for photo opportunities. You will be dropped at the entrance of the village for the visit, the local guide will take you through the village to meet the people, learn about their craft and lifestyles. In the end, you will return to Hanoi by private vehicle.



Full Day Dong Ho Village And Bat Trang  From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Full Day Dong Ho Village And Bat Trang From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

For thousands of years, the local villagers living in the Red River Delta have preserved their traditions, in particular pottery and wood block painting. At a glance, you will experience the daily activities of the villagers. Take a short drive to Bat Trang village, located about 12 km southeast of Hanoi. It was founded in the 16th century and features over 800 family operated and industrial kilns fired with wood and coal. They specialize in large-scale pottery and porcelain production using traditional methods. Stop at a small family factory to see how they manufacture their products! Watch the artisans paint and glaze their products and you will have a chance to practice your talent with wet clay and a mould, or you can join the drawing class in the factory. You will then have free time to wander around the village and then transfer back to Hanoi for lunch. A Vietnamese lunch will be served at a local restaurant, famous for hot pot varieties and Vietnamese rice wine. After lunch, transfer to the wooden-block painting village of Dong Ho, one of the most famous villages in Vietnam. Visit one of the artists, who has been awarded Gold-Hand prize for his works! The artist will show you how to do the block painting. Then return to Hanoi.



Full Day Halong Bay By Road From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Full Day Halong Bay By Road From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Halong Bay (Bay of the Descending Dragon) is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Magnificent Halong Bay, with its 3,000 islands rising from the clear, emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin, is one of the natural marvels of Vietnam. These tiny islands are dotted with innumerable beaches and grottoes created by the wind and the waves. Observing the limestone rocks rising up from the sea and red sailed junk boats sail by will be a truly memorable experience. The scenic 3-hour drive from Hanoi City to Halong with spectacular views as you pass through seemingly endless green paddy fields with women in conical hats working in the rice fields with their water buffalo. You will be passing through the organic farmland, local villages and busy markets guests will have the opportunity to observe how Vietnamese people go about their daily lives. Upon arrival at Halong Bay pier, you will continue to take a relaxing 4 h boat trip through the Bay with a fresh seafood lunch is prepared and served on board. Then transfer back to Hanoi.



Full Day City Tour Of Hanoi  From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Full Day City Tour Of Hanoi From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

This is a wonderful morning tour that encompasses all the important attractions of Hanoi. The first stop will be at the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum; in the traditional of Lenin, Stalin and Mao, the final resting place of Ho Chi Minh is a glass sarcophagus set deep in the bowels of a monumental edifice that has become a site of pilgrimage. Then you will continue walking through the beautiful botanical garden of the Presidential Palace to visit Uncle Ho's humble house, the modest dwelling he built based on rural Vietnamese stilt house and where Ho lived for the last years of his life before visiting of the One Pillar Pagoda, built of wood on a single stone pillar, is designed to resemble a lotus blossom, symbol of purity. Then you will be on board the coach to visit of the Temple of Literature, the first university of Vietnam. This temple constitutes a rare example of well-preserved traditional Vietnamese architecture. After lunch at local restaurant. Waiting in front of your hotel will be a cyclo, Vietnamese Pedicab, which is a popular means of local transport. A cyclo ride is an excellent way to experience Hanoi at close hand. The atmosphere is lively, hectic and sociable. Your driver will pedal you off, behind your guide, into narrow streets to the Old Quarter. Within the Old Quarter, as they have since the 15th century, the narrow 36 streets of the Old Quarter bear names that reflect the business once conducted there; silk street, rice street, paper street, lacquer ware street, and jewelry street. You will have an opportunity to shop for bargains and after it you will eturn to the hotel by air-conditioned vehicle. Duration : 8 hours (9 am-5 pm). Remark: Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum open in the morning only from 8 am to 11 am every Tuesday to Thursday and Saturday to Sunday, and close on Monday, Friday and from October to December.



Full Day Good Morning Hanoi

Full Day Good Morning Hanoi

You will start this tour with a walk around Hoan Kiem Lake, a gathering place for the residents of Hanoi doing their morning exercise. You can join in on the activity such as Tai Chi. Afterwards, you will enjoy a traditional local breakfast of “Pho” followed by a Vietnamese coffee at a roof-top café in the Old Quarter. The guide will take you to the family-run restaurant for a cooking class. First step will be a visit in a lively local market Hang Be Market by cyclo to learn about local cooking ingredients. At the restaurant, the chef will teach you to cook some special Vietnamese dishes. After a half-day morning session, you enjoy a delicious feast of the dishes you created. In the end, you will head back to your hotel by a private vehicle.



Full Day Excursion To Hoa Lu  From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Full Day Excursion To Hoa Lu From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

You will leaving to Ninh Binh town also known to travellers as Vietnam's Dry Halong Bay, Hoa Lu boasts breathtaking scenery. While Halong Bay has huge rock formations jutting out of the sea, Hoa Lu has the rocks jutting out of the surrounding rice paddies. Hoa Lu was the capital of Vietnam under the Ding Dynasty (968-980) and the Early Le Dynasty (980-1009). The site was an attractive place for a capital city because of its distance from China and the natural protection afforded by the region's bazaar landscape. The ancient citadel of Hoa Lu, most of which has been destroyed, covered an area of about 3 square km. You will enjoy the boat riding to Tam Coc Cave and continue to visiting of Bich Dong Pagoda and Temples of the Dinh & Le Dynasties in the afternoon before returning to Hanoi.



Full Day Excursion To Hoa Binh From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Full Day Excursion To Hoa Binh From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Hoa Binh is a mountainous province located in the North, the culture of Hoa Binh combines 6 minorities with their own languages, traditional literature, and festivals. You can visit the hydroelectric plant and take a boat ride along Da River to the Muong villages to discover the daily life of minorities who maintain their diverse customs and also visit the local market. You may enjoy the minority speciality dishes including rice cooked in bamboo and grilled meat, also enjoy watching traditional dancing, music performance (bronze, drums, gongs, etc.) and Thai minority singing and dancing. Lunch box can be provided for guests when making reservation. In the afternoon, you will return to Hanoi with stop to visit of Co Tien Caves. Duration of 8 hours (8am-4pm). Note: Local restaurants in this area are not recommended.



Full Day Perfume Pagoda  From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Full Day Perfume Pagoda From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

The Perfume Pagoda (Chua Huong) is 60km southwest of Hanoi. The pagoda is one of the highlights of the Hanoi area and should not be missed. Getting to the pagoda requires a journey first by road and then by rowing boat. The return boat trip along the scenic waterways takes about 3 hours. The Perfume Pagoda itself is a complex of pagodas and Buddhist shrines built into the limestone cliffs of Huong Tick Mountain (the Mountain of the Fragrant Traces). Among the better known sitesyou'll see Thien Chu (Pagoda Leading to Heaven); Giai Oan Chu (Purgatorial Pagoda), where the faithful believe deities purify souls, cure sufferings and grant offspring to childless families; and Huong Tick Chu (Pagoda of the Perfumed Vestige).



Full Day Citadels, Karsts And Cycle From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Full Day Citadels, Karsts And Cycle From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Surround yourself in the rich history and breathtaking scenery of Vietnam. Step back in time at the ancient citadel of Hoa Lu, Vietnam’s first capital. Climb on a bike for a ride along backroads of the area, taking in the scenery. Then, take a row boat through Tam Coc, to explore magnificent caves and get up close to the region’s spectacular karst country.



Full Day Village Discovery From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Full Day Village Discovery From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Head out of the city to explore the surrounding villages and learn about their ceramic and silk products. Learn the secrets of their trades meet the locals and enjoy lunch in one of the villages. There's also the opportunity to visit a traditional communal house.



Full Day Halong Bay From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Full Day Halong Bay From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Experience the striking beauty of this world heritage-listed site on this Halong Bay tour. After a drive through the rural villages of northern Vietnam we arrive at the bay and board a private Chinese junk. Set sail through turquoise waters dotted with over 3,000 magnificent limestone islands. Explore the many karsts and enjoy a seafood buffet while taking in the bay's mystical scenery.



Full Day Hanoi Highlights From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Full Day Hanoi Highlights From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Dive into the sights, sounds and smells of Hanoi on this full-day adventure through Vietnam's modern capital. From the legendary Ho Chi Minh complex to the opulence of the Temple of Literature, discover the city's vivid, turbulent history and learn about Uncle Ho's legacy, which lives on in this enchanting city.



Half Day Tour Bat Trang From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Half Day Tour Bat Trang From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

For thousands of years, the local villagers living in the Red River Delta have preserved their traditions, in particular pottery and wood block painting. At a glance, you will experience the daily activities of the villagers. Take a short drive to Bat Trang village, located about 12 km southeast of Hanoi. The village was founded in the 16th century and features over 800 family operated and industrial kilns fired with wood and coal. They specialize in large-scale pottery and porcelain production using traditional methods. Stop at a small family factory to see how they manufacture their products! Watch the artisans paint and glaze their products and you will have a chance to practice your talent with wet clay and a mould, or you can join the drawing class in the factory. You will have free time to wander around the village and back to Hanoi.



Half Day Countryside Cycling Tour  From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Half Day Countryside Cycling Tour From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

This is a gentle ride along country back roads and is suitable for anyone who can ride a bike. Enjoy a 15 km bike ride towards Dong Ho village away from the hustle of daily traffic. Experience real rural life as you pass through unspoiled villages, verdant rice fields and historic pagodas. See the scenery that you could not see anywhere else in Vietnam. We turn off from the main road just outside the city limits of Hanoi and on to rural roads, leaving the bustle and hassles of crowded city streets behind us. We ride as a group, with an experienced cycle guide. Our support vehicle follows close behind with plenty of provisions. Our guides are knowledgeable on the local area and customs and will explain you the history, culture and local way-of-life each time we stop. The leisurely 3 hour bike ride allows plenty of photo opportunities of people working in the fields, children enjoying a cool bath in nearby streams, fishermen and their sampans, and whole families travelling on their bicycles overtaking us with joyful greetings and smiles. In the end you will return to the hotel by air-conditioned vehicle.



Half Day Highlight Of Hanoi From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Half Day Highlight Of Hanoi From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

This is a wonderful morning tour that encompasses all the important attractions of Hanoi. The first stop will be at the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum; in the traditional of Lenin, Stalin and Mao, the final resting place of Ho Chi Minh is a glass sarcophagus set deep in the bowels of a monumental edifice that has become a site of pilgrimage. Then you will continue walking through the beautiful botanical garden of the Presidential Palace to visit Uncle Ho's humble house, the modest dwelling he built based on rural Vietnamese stilt house and where Ho lived for the last years of his life before visiting of the One Pillar Pagoda, built of wood on a single stone pillar, is designed to resemble a lotus blossom, symbol of purity. Then you will be on board the coach to visit of the Temple of Literature, the first university of Vietnam. This temple constitutes a rare example of well-preserved traditional Vietnamese architecture. Remark: Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum opens in the morning only from 8am to 11am on every Tuesday to Thursday and Saturday to Sunday, and close on Monday, Friday and from October to December.



Half Day Museum Of Hanoi  From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Half Day Museum Of Hanoi From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

The Ethnology Museum, a newly opened museum exhibiting history and culture of ethnic minorities living in Vietnam. Detailed explanations are given in Vietnamese, English, and French. The Fine Art Museu is where you can see some very intricate sculptures, paintings, lacquer ware, ceramics and other traditional Vietnamese fine arts. The History Museum, a rich collection of exhibits from Vietnam's prehistory; Vietnamese civilizations; the Dong Son Civilization; the kingdom of Champa; the Khmer kingdoms; various Vietnamese dynasties and their resistance to Chinese attempts at domination; the struggle against the French; and the history of the Communist Party. Remark: The museum has opened from 8 am to 5 pm, except Fine Art Museum, Ethnology Museum & History Museum has closed on Monday.



Half Day Scouting The Old Quarter  From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Half Day Scouting The Old Quarter From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

In the morning or afternoon, you can prepare yourself for an unforgettable experience. Waiting in front of your hotel you will see a Cyclo (Vietnamese Pedicab), which is a popular means of local transport. A cyclo ride is an excellent way to experience Hanoi at close hand. The atmosphere is lively, hectic and sociable. Your driver will pedal you off, behind your guide, into narrow streets to the Old Quarter. Within the Old Quarter, as they have since the 15th century, the narrow 36 streets of the Old Quarter bear names that reflect the business once conducted there; silk street, rice street, paper street, lacquer ware street, and jewelry street. Disembark and explore on foot. You will have an opportunity to shop for bargains and discover your bargaining power and come away with unusual items that will always remind you of this exciting morning or afternoon. Return to the hotel by air-conditioned vehicle.



Half Day Vietnamese Life Style  From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Half Day Vietnamese Life Style From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Discover the cultural highlights and explore of the surrounding villages. Leave the city behind and drive through fertile farmland to one of the oldest villages in the outskirts of Hanoi. Located 54 km northwest of Hanoi, it is a very quiet and peaceful small community where people have maintained a simple way of life for hundreds of years! The village provides an intriguing glimpse into the Vietnamese way of life. Explore the village on foot, observing age-old customs and architecture, which is typical of a bygone era. You will visit what the locals call a fresh-market, so called because of the abundance of fresh produce, vegetables, fruits, flowers, and anything that moves!. You will be invited into the farmhouse to observe how Vietnamese people go about their daily lives. Sit down and relax in the shade of local farmer's home to experience the wonderful array of teas and Vietnamese thick coffee and a taste of their exotic flavors while watching the demonstration of Vietnamese art of cooking, simply delicious!



Evening Tour Water Puppet Show with Dinner From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Evening Tour Water Puppet Show with Dinner From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

A unique opportunity to witness a water puppetry performance, which is a traditional art form dating back to the 11th century. Hidden puppeteers must stand at waist deep in a pool of water, which is the stage, in which to skillfully manoeuvre dancing puppets attached to bamboo poles on its surface. Many of the brief episodes relate to scenes of the daily life. The water looks very green and dirty, apparently be design to conceal the mechanisms that operate the puppets. Dinner will be served at local restaurant. Duration of 3 hours including show time for 45 min.



Hanoi Street Food By Night From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Hanoi Street Food By Night From Hotel Inside Hanoi City Only

Hanoi is one of the world’s greatest street food cities and there’s no better way to unlock the hidden secrets of the Old Quarter and it’s cuisine than through this unique walking tour. Sample authentic local dishes away from the tourist trail, hunkering down with the locals on the street at a variety of atmospheric food stalls.