Ha Noi, the capital of Vietnam since the 11th century dazzles visitors its unique blend of oriental lifestyle, French colonial architecture, tree-lined boulevards and peaceful lakes. Still retaining a charming air from its colonial days, visitors are often impressed with the quietness and subtle beauty of Hanoi. With nearly 1000 years old, Hanoi has many temples and ancient sacred landscape. Let’s watch the beauty of Ha Noi with Ha Noi city tour.
Ha Noi City Tour
From 8.00- 8.30: tour guide pick up from your hotel, then visit president Ho Chi Minh museum where tourists will learn what he has done for Vietnam and some other countries and learn all kinds of information about president HCM.
The next place to move to is One Pillar Pagoda – a group of structures consisting of a pagoda and a tower built in the middle of a square lake.
Leave one pillar pagoda for the temple of literature – Van Mieu – the first college of Vietnam and the place dedicating to Confucian.
At 12.30: enjoy local lunch, then visiting Ethnology Museum where you have great chance to know about culture, custom, languages, and houses of 54 ethnic groups in Vietnam.
The last place of city tour is Hoan Kiem lake (restored sword lake) with Ngoc Son temple.
If you want to see water puppet show, please inform us then we will buy tickets for you. (1 show is in 50 minutes).
At 16 pm – 16.30 pm: the trip ends at your hotel if you do not join water puppet show, trip ends in Water Puppet Theater if you join this show, see you again!
- Private car
- English tour guide
- Entrance fees
- Bottled water on car
- Personal expense
- Tips for any good services
- Water puppet show tickets
Group of 2 - 3 pax : 60 USD/ 1 person
Group of 4 - 5 pax : 50 USD/ 1 person
Group of 6 - 10 pax : 45 USD/ 1 person
Group of 11 pax - above : 40 USD/ 1 person
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