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Ha Long: Lan Ha Bay 2-Day 5 Star Cruise With Luxury Cabin

1. Ha Long: Lan Ha Bay 2-Day 5 Star Cruise With Luxury Cabin

Explore Lan Ha Bay on a 2-day cruise. Sail past Con Vit islet, sunbathe on the deck, and enjoy a sunrise Tai Chi session as your cruise like a VIP. Day 1: Start with pickup from a meeting point in Hanoi's Old Quarter. Travel by highway to Tuan Chau marina. Hop onboard the boat and enjoy a welcome drink. Sit for a typical lunch in the luxury dining room with an indoor or outdoor dining area. Continue cruising through Con Vit islet, Thumb islet, and Gia Luan harbor. Discover the natural lagoon of Lan Ha Bay. Join a short cooking class demonstration. Dinner is then served with a fresh food menu outside of the swimming pool area. After dinner, enjoy some cocktails at a panoramic bar with a pool view or take part in one of the onboard activities with board games, movies, and squid fishing. Day 2: Take part in a Tai Chi session on the sundeck. Local light breakfast is served. Enjoy the stunning views of the Bay and its dramatic limestone islets as the boat sails through the calm emerald waters. Visit the famous Frog Pond. Here you can freely kayak and explore the landscape. Check out of your room and enjoy a lunch of Vietnamese cuisine. Disembark from the cruise as the crew say farewell. Travel back to Tuan Chau Marina for the transfer back to Hanoi.

From Hanoi: Bai Dinh, Trang An, and Mua Cave Full-Day Tour

2. From Hanoi: Bai Dinh, Trang An, and Mua Cave Full-Day Tour

You will be picked up from your hotel in Hanoi between 7:30 AM and 8:00 AM and drive by bus to Bai Dinh Pagoda, the biggest pagoda in Vietnam. Explore this beautiful Buddhist place of worship, with 500 La Han statues and the largest bronze Buddha statue in Vietnam, 10 meters tall. Enjoy some free time with your guide to visit the pagoda and learn more about Buddhism.   Enjoy a lunch of Vietnamese cuisine after you've seen the pagoda. Then hop back on the bus and continue to Trang An wharf. From here, take a boat trip to visit Trang An cave complex. After the boat trip, you'll take a bike to visit traditional villages around the Trang An area.   The tour continues to Mua Cave. Listen to interesting stories about this place from your guide. After climbing 500 stone steps, you'll be able to see all the way to Tam Coc. Enjoy the stunning panoramic view of the countryside and Ngo Dong river. At the end of the day you'll get back on the bus and drive back to Hanoi, where you'll be dropped off back at your hotel in the Old Quarter.

From Hanoi: Hoa Lu - Tam Coc - Mua Caves Full-Day Tour

3. From Hanoi: Hoa Lu - Tam Coc - Mua Caves Full-Day Tour

7.30 am - 12.00 am: Bus pick you up at hotel in Hanoi then travel by air-conditioned bus from Hanoi to Hoa Lu Ancient citadel to visit Dinh Temple and hear about the heroic histories of the two Kings during the Chinese Wars. 12.30 pm: Have lunch at local restaurant with buffet lunch with a great variety of dishes. 13.30 pm: Short transfer to Tam Coc and ride a Sampan boat to impressive caves. Experience local life as you cycle through picturesque villages, pass by the ancient temples. 16.00 pm: Visit Mua cave, which attracts visitors with its many interesting stories. Climb 500 stone steps to see all the way to Tam Coc, and enjoy a stunning panoramic view of the countryside and Ngo Dong river. In the evening, return Ha Noi. 19.00 pm: Drop off at your hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter

Day Trip: Hoa Lu, Trang An, Mua Cave with Transfer

4. Day Trip: Hoa Lu, Trang An, Mua Cave with Transfer

Start with pickup at your accommodation in Hanoi’s Old Quarter. Travel by shuttle bus journey through the beautiful countryside until you reach Ninh Binh province. Arrive at the ancient citadel of Hoa Lu. The site was once the capital of the region. See the various shrines and temples such as King Dinh Temple. After Hoa Lu, travel to Mua Cave and start a trek up to the summit of Ngoa Long mountain. Once you reach the summit enjoy a beautiful view of the valley below. After working up your appetite on the trek, enjoy a delicious lunch at a traditional restaurant. Next, take a 1.5-hour sampan boat trip operated by a local rower. Sail gently along the Ngo Dong river, capturing the wonderful scenery of the Karst hills, rice fields, and peaceful villages. See the Tam Coc Caves of "Ca", "Hai" and "Ba." After your boat trip, enjoy a cycle around the surrounding countryside and get a glimpse into the daily life of the locals. Be returned to your hotel in Hanoi at approximately 7:00 PM.

From Hanoi: 1-Day Tour to Trang An, Mua Cave, and Ngoa Long

5. From Hanoi: 1-Day Tour to Trang An, Mua Cave, and Ngoa Long

Following a pickup from your hotel in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, start your day tour by taking a boat trip to the Trang An Landscape Complex, a spectacular landscape of limestone karst peaks permeated with valleys and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Afterwards, enjoy a traditional Vietnamese lunch before taking a bicycle to explore the local villages around the Trang An area. Take time to relax after your bike ride with a Vietnamese tea break and then travel to Mua Cave to learn about the location’s many stories. Climb 500 stone steps to reach the top of Ngoa Long Mountain where you can see all the way to Tam Coc and enjoy stunning panoramic sunset views of the countryside and Ngo Dong River.   Travel back to Hanoi by private car, watching the countryside pass by on your way.

From Hanoi: Trang An & Bai Dinh Pagoda Full-Day Private Tour

6. From Hanoi: Trang An & Bai Dinh Pagoda Full-Day Private Tour

After pick-up from your hotel in Hanoi, start the two-hour drive to Ninh Binh province. Mid-morning, your tour guide will take you to Bai Dinh Pagoda, which has hundreds of Buddhist statues including the biggest statue of Buddha made in bronze standing 10 meters tall. After that, it's time to take a break and have lunch at a local restaurant serving traditional Ninh Binh goat's meat dishes. Continue the trip to Trang An, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Upon on arrival, take a boat trip along Trang An river to enjoy the cave complex. The scenery of Trang An is a unique combination of deep turquoise river water between mountains, water caves and clear blue sky. The boat trip will last between two to three hours, and you will be rowed by local people. After the boat trip, return to your private car and head back to Hanoi city for drop-off at your hotel around 18:00 PM.

From Hanoi: Ninh Binh 2-Day Culture, Heritage & Scenic Tour

7. From Hanoi: Ninh Binh 2-Day Culture, Heritage & Scenic Tour

Day 1 : Ha Noi - Hoa Lu - Tam Coc - Mua Cave - Ninh Binh After hotel pick up between 7:30 and 8:00 AM, head to Tam Coc. Take the sampan go along the Ngo Dong river to visit 3 caves. Take a biking tour around the area before a buffet lunch. Visit Hoa Lu, the ancient capital of Vietnam by bus. Head to Dinh King Temple and Le King Temple and learn of the heroic histories of the Chinese Wars. Next, visit Mua cave. Climb 500 stone steps for panoramic views of the countryside and Ngo Dong river. Finally, head to Ninh Binh, check into your hotel and take some free time to relax. Dinner is served at your hotel, before free time to visit the city. Lunch and dinner are included. Day 2: Ninh Binh – Trang An – Bai Dinh Pagoda – Ha Noi After enjoying breakfast at your hotel, take some free time to relax or visit Tam Coc town. Hop onto the bus and head to Bai Dinh Pagoda. Arrive at the Pagoda, the biggest in Vietnam with 500 La Han statues, and the biggest bronze Buddha statue in Vietnam standing at 10 meters in height, and 100 tons in weight. Have lunch in a local restaurant with some local dishes. Move on to Trang An and take boat trip to visa its famous cave complex: Sang Cave, Toi Cave, and Ba Giot Cave. See Nau Ruou's mystery and wilderness, with scenes of mountains and rivers. At around 4:00 PM, start your journey back to Hanoi. Breakfast and lunch are included.

Private Full Day Trang An, Bai Dinh Pagoda with Lunch

8. Private Full Day Trang An, Bai Dinh Pagoda with Lunch

A private car will pick you up at your hotel in Ha Noi Old quarter to depart for Bai Dinh Pagoda. You will have a short break half way for 30 minutes of relaxation. You arrive in the Buddha Prayer section in Bai Dinh Pagoda, the biggest pagoda in Vietnam with 500 La Han statues, including the biggest bronze Buddha statue in Vietnam measuring 10 meters in height and 100 tons in weight. You will have some free time with your English-speaking tour guide to visit this pagoda and learn more about Buddhism. Then go to a restaurant to have lunch consisting of delicious Vietnamese cuisine. Afterward, depart to visit the Trang An tourist attractions and take a boat trip to visit the Trang An caves complex: Sang Cave, Toi Cave, and Ba Giot Cave.

Hanoi: 3-Day Ninh Binh - Ha Long Bay, Cave, kayak, Swimming

9. Hanoi: 3-Day Ninh Binh - Ha Long Bay, Cave, kayak, Swimming

After being collected from the Hanoi Old Quarter, you will embark on your 2.5-hour journey to the Ninh Binh Province. You will eventually arrive at the Bai Dinh Pagoda complex, where you'll see the largest pagoda not only in Vietnam, but also in Southeast Asia. Leaving the pagoda, you will then climb up to the summit of the mountain to see the 100-ton bronze statue of the Buddha Sakyamuni. Once there you will take a rest whilst enjoying panoramic views of the picturesque landscape, dotted with limestone mountains. Following lunch at local restaurant, you will take a boat trip to explore the cave complex in Trang An. This is a spectacular landscape of limestone karst peaks permeated with valleys, many of them partly submerged and surrounded by steep, almost vertical cliffs. You will later spend the night at a home-stay/hotel in Ninh Binh. Following breakfast on the second day, your bus will pick you up at your accommodation for the 4-hour transfer to Halong Bay. Upon arrival at the Halong Wharf, you will have time to stretch your legs and take some photos. You will then board your cruise boat for a welcoming drink and cruise briefing, before enjoying lunch whilst cruising to Bai Tu Long Bay and admiring the fascinating rock formations along the way. It will then be time to transfer by tender boat to Thien Canh Son Cave to visit the cave which boasts many interesting stalactites and stalagmites in different amazing shapes. After about half an hour visiting, you will go back to the tender and return to the boat to relax, sunbathe, or to enjoy a cool drink on the sundeck. You may also like to spend half an hour kayaking to discover first-hand some of Bai Tu Long Bay's landscape. Following all these activities there will be the opportunity to join the fun with an onboard cooking class. After you've worked up an appetite, you will enjoy a Vietnamese-style set dinner which will be served on board. To end the evening you may like to spend some time chatting in the bar or enjoy some night fishing, before you stay overnight on the boat at a peaceful anchorage. After breakfast and enjoying the sunrise on the third day, you will visit the ancient Vung Vieng floating village. Here you will not only be immersed in the quiet and peaceful atmosphere, but will also be surrounded by the limestone mountains as you are transported by a small bamboo boat for an hour. Following that, you will return to the cruise for some relaxation and lunch. The boat will then return to the Halong Wharf for disembarkation and your return to Hanoi by bus, where your trip eventually ends.

From Hanoi: Guided Day Trip to Ninh Binh and Tràng An

10. From Hanoi: Guided Day Trip to Ninh Binh and Tràng An

07h30 – 8h00: The driver and tour guide meet and welcome you at your hotel, then depart for Ninh Binh province. Having a short break for 15 – 20 minutes to relax in the mid-way. 10h30: Visit Bai Dinh Pagoda – the most famous & biggest Pagoda in Southeast Asia with many records set such as 500 Stone – Arhat Statues, 36 ton-bronze Bell, 100 ton-Budhha Statue… Having lunch in the restaurant with a lot of local foods such as goat meat, fish, chicken, fried rice…. Vegetarian foods are always available in the buffet lunch. In the afternoon, continue the trip by visiting Tràng An which was recognized by UNESCO as A World Heritage Site in 2014. Trang An has a wonderful tunnel cave system so Kong’s Movie Group chose this place for the New Version of Kong in 2016 – “Skull Island”. With 2.5 hours for the boat trip, you will be persuaded by the beauty here. Getting back to Limousine Bus then leave for Mua Cave (Dancing Cave). Walk up almost 500 steps, you can reach the top of Lying Dragon Mountain & have an amazing panoramic view of Tam Coc from here. Late afternoon, get on the bus to return to Hanoi. 18h30 arrival in Hanoi. Finish the trip.

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What people are saying about Bai Dinh Temple

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4.5 / 5

based on 269 reviews

Amazing places! Bai Dihn is amazing and you will walk a lot! Be prepared!Trang An is beautiful and relaxing! And the last one, Mua Cave requires a lot of you to climb to the top, but ib the end the view is amazing! The tour was on time, the car was ok, the guide always with us and attentive! You will visit a lot of places in 1 day and walk a lot! The food at the lunch is good, but could be better or at least explained what it is or how to eat.

Amazing experience. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and made sure we had a great day. Private car to and from Hanoi was very comfortable, we didn’t queue for anything all day as our tickets were already paid for. Lunch was huge with lots of variety. Highlight was Trang An, a must see when you visit Hanoi!

Very nice trip with a visit to the impressive temple of Bai Dinh, a tasty and extensive lunch and then a boat trip. Thanks to the Corona virus, it was not busy anywhere.

The tour was very fun and very organised. It was stress free and we had a great day. Our guide Ciara was very helpful all day

Very comfortable transport and really nice time spent out of Hanoi. Thank you Frankie!