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  • Hanoi: 3-Hour Guided Tour with Puppet Show and Egg Coffee

    1. Hanoi: 3-Hour Guided Tour with Puppet Show and Egg Coffee

    Discover the beauty of Hanoi's Old Quarter on this 3-hour guided walking tour. The tour guide will tell you all about the locations that you will be visiting along the way. Start the tour by visiting Hoan Kiem Lake and the historical Bach Ma temple. To learn about the local lifestyle, the tour guide will lead you to one of the traditional Dong Xuan market. Enjoy a cup of Vietnamese egg coffee with its unique texture and aroma. The tour guide will also show you the Long Bien Bridge, an iconic 100-year-old bridge built by the French. Lastly, you will visit the Lotus theatre to enjoy a traditional 45-minute puppet show performed on the water.

  • From Hanoi: 2-Day Adventure in Mai Chau Valley

    2. From Hanoi: 2-Day Adventure in Mai Chau Valley

    DAY 1 7:30 AM: Get picked up at your hotel in the Old Quarter or join the tour from the meeting point and drive northwest of Hanoi to Hoa Binh 10 AM: Have a short break at the midway point 11:30 AM: Stop for scenic photos of Mai Chau valley before arriving in Ban Lac village in Mai Chau 12:15 PM:  Check in and enjoy a traditional lunch at the local house 2:30 PM-5 PM: Bicycle ride with local tour guide, see farmers working in the fields, locals weaving scarves, and visit surrounding peaceful villages 5 PM-7 PM: Free time for bicycling, walking, or shopping 7 PM: Dinner with many specialties of food will be served 8 PM: Watch a Thai traditional dance in the stilt house and enjoy ruou can (traditional wine) at the community house DAY 2 7:30 AM: Have breakfast at the homestay 8 AM: Go with a local Thai tour guide to visit the remote villages of ...

  • Legendary Hanoi: Full-Day City Tour & Water Puppet Show

    3. Legendary Hanoi: Full-Day City Tour & Water Puppet Show

    In the morning: 8.00 AM: The bus with the tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in the Old Quarter then transfer you to the Ho Chi Minh Complex, which includes Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum – the final resting place of the beloved national hero, Uncle Ho – and President Ho Chi Minh’s stilt house where he lived off and on from 1958 to 1969. 9.30 AM: Visit the One Pillar Pagoda, which is actually a group of structures that collectively make up a pagoda built over the water in the middle of a square lake. After that, you’ll have a chance to explore the Tran Quoc Pagoda on the shore of west lake. From there, it’s onto the Temple of literature, which was Vietnam’s first university and is dedicated to Confucius. 12.30 PM: Have lunch at the restaurant in the Old Quarter. Afterwards, visit Hoan Kiem Lake - the heart and soul of Hanoi. In the afternoon: - OPTION 1: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, ...

  • Hanoi: Lotte Observation Deck Admission Ticket

    4. Hanoi: Lotte Observation Deck Admission Ticket

    A visit to Hanoi wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Lotte Observation Deck. It is located on the 65th floor of the Lotte Center, one of the tallest buildings in the area, and boasts incredible views. The deck is located 267 meters above from the ground with a large space. First, you would need to ride a high-speed elevator that brings you up to the deck in less than a minute. Once you arrive at the observation deck, you will be amazed by the spectacular views of Hanoi City from high above.  On top of that, you will get to explore the unique zones located within the floor including the Media Gallery, Archive Viewer, Fun View Walk, Love Photo Zone, Sky Walk and Heart by Heart.

  • Hanoi: Bai Tu Long Bay 3-Day Cruise

    5. Hanoi: Bai Tu Long Bay 3-Day Cruise

    Change up the city scenery for picturesque Bai Tu Long bay and explore the islands and underwater caves, before relaxing for dinner on the elegant cruise boat. Enjoy lunch, while cruising to the magnificent Bai Tu Long Bay and admire the fascinating formations on the way. Explore the well-hidden Thien Canh Son Cave and take a swim, or relax on the sundeck. Anchor overnight in Cong Do Area and enjoy a cooking class inside, or outside the restaurant and savor a delicious set dinner. Enjoy some light breakfast before heading to the day boat to go deeper into the Bay. Enjoy a leisurely day of sightseeing, swimming, and kayaking in a less-visited part of the Bay. Return to the cruise, where you will dine for a multi-course meal and anchor overnight in Cong Do. Step onto the Bamboo Sampan boat to visit the Vung Vieng Floating Fishing Village.

  • Hanoi Highlights: Full-Day Small Group City Tour with Lunch

    6. Hanoi Highlights: Full-Day Small Group City Tour with Lunch

    Enjoy a full-day tour of Hanoi with Tour guide and get a local's insight into Vietnam’s mythology, traditions and customs. Visit cultural and historical sites, such as the Mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh, as well as everyday locales such as the houses of the Old Quarter. Following a pick-up at your hotel by your guide and driver, go to the Ho Chi Minh Complex to discover the heart of Viernam at “Uncle Ho’s” Mausoleum. Standing before the mausoleum are 79 cycad trees, symbolizing Ho Chi Minh’s 79 springs of life, while 2 bamboo ranges whistle in the wind to commemorate the former president and Father of the Nation. See the nearby house-on-stilts and quaint One-Pillar Pagoda, built out of wood for the 11th-century Emperor Lý Thái Tông. Continue to the Enthnology Museum - a public museum exhibiting the ethnic groups of Vietnam. The mission of the Museum is scientific research, collection, docume...

    really fun wandering down dark corridors to find some of the best hidden foods of Vietnam.

  • Hanoi Must-See City Full Day: Museum of Ethnology & Lunch

    7. Hanoi Must-See City Full Day: Museum of Ethnology & Lunch

    Your tour guide and driver will pick you up so please provide details of your hotel to confirm the pick-up service. Visit the Ho Chi Minh complex and have a chance to see the embalmed body of Ho Chi Minh then walk around Ho Chi Minh garden to see the 2 houses where he lived and worked from 1954 to 1969. Visit the One Pillar Pagoda where people worship the Godess of Mercy. It is the most unique padoga in the world. Also visit either Bat Trang ceramics and pottery village or the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology depending on the day. Have lunch at a restaurant. Have an opportunity to enjoy Vietnamese cuisine including many delicious dishes. Continue to visit the Temple of Literature – the first university in Vietnam in the feudal system. See the Tran Quoc Pagoda – first built in Ha Noi in the 6th Century. You will see the oldest Bodhi Tree in Vietnam planted by Ho Chi Minh. Leave for Hoan Kiem...

  • Hanoi: Night Market Tour, Water Puppet Show and Dinner

    8. Hanoi: Night Market Tour, Water Puppet Show and Dinner

    Choose from a shared or private experience to spend a few hours exploring the local culture of Hanoi by night. Take in the sights and smells of the bustling market with your guide and learn how the locals buy and trade. Afterwards, enjoy an authentic cultural experience by seeing a water puppet show. Native to Northern Vietnam, water puppetry gives an insight into rural Vietnamese life and folklore. Puppets are made from light timbers and are carved, polished, and decorated with different colours to demonstrate the clear personalities of each character. The show is performed in a pool using the water surface as the stage. The stage is decorated with flags, fans, and parasols. The artisans inside the cabin control the puppets with a system of ropes arranged outside or underwater.  After the show, head to the West Lake where you will enjoy a lavish buffet dinner. With a wide range of foo...

  • Hanoi: Old Quarter Spa Treatment and Massage Package

    9. Hanoi: Old Quarter Spa Treatment and Massage Package

    Relax and detox with an all-natural spa experience, where all ingredients help to reduce physical tiredness and inner worries or troubles. Find the time to relax even in a busy schedule with the spa's strategic location in Hanoi's Old Quarter, only 5 minutes away from Hoan Kiem Lake and the Night Market. Choose from the spa's top 3 popular spa treatments, which are Aromatherapy Massage, Deep Muscular Therapy Massage, and Oil and Hot Stone Massage. Aromatherapy Massage Breathe in the fragrance of local aromatic oil. Relax with a gentle, soothing massage that aims to remove overall tension and tiredness. Deep Muscular Therapy Massage Experience deep relaxation with sustained pressure. Your massage therapist will use slow, deep strokes and elbow techniques combined that target the inner layers of muscle and connective tissues. Stimulate your blood circul...

  • Private Half-Day Hanoi City Tour: Mausoleum, Temple & Pagoda

    10. Private Half-Day Hanoi City Tour: Mausoleum, Temple & Pagoda

    Morning Tour The tour guide will pick you up at your hotel in the Old Quarter and take you to visit the Ho Chi Minh Complex, which is an important place of pilgrimage for many Vietnamese. A traffic-free area of botanical gardens, monuments, memorials and pagodas, it’s usually crowded with groups of Vietnamese who come from far and wide to pay their respects to 'Uncle Ho'. Within the complex are Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum, Ho Chi Minh’s Stilt House and the Presidential Palace and the One Pillar Pagoda. The next stop is the Temple of Literature, the first university of Vietnam which was built in the 10th century under the Ly Dynasty and greatly influenced by Confucianism. Then, at the Hoan Kiem Lake, you will have time to take some pictures before joining a 30-minute car tour or 30-minute cyclo tour around the Old Quarter to experience the exciting local daily life. A cup of coffee will be ...

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What people are saying about Hanoi

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 483 reviews

Our guide was very knowledgeable and had very good English. We were able to try many varieties of street food and learn about the traditional culture and history around them. The puppet show was another great insight into Vietnamese culture, and something very unique we had never experienced before.

The participants were from Russia, Georgia, the United States, France, India and I, Japan, etc. I enjoyed talking internationally, enjoying lunch (very delicious) and enjoying the chat. The English of the participants was very natural and I realized the importance of English again.

Except Bun Mi25, rest of dinner locations were too below expectations owing to hygiene n options

really fun wandering down dark corridors to find some of the best hidden foods of Vietnam.

Doris was a wonderful and funny guide. thank you so much.