Visit Hoa Lu and Tam Coc and learn more about the northern Vietnamese countryside, history, and culture on a full-day tour. Hoa Lu is an ancient…
Explore the site of an ancient capital of Vietnam at Hoa Lu and see the temples built to honor the emperors of early dynasties. Travel through the…
Head to the Gulf of Tonkin for a tour of UNESCO-listed Halong Bay, with private round-trip transport from Hanoi. Board a traditional Chinese junk for…
Discover the landscapes of Ninh Binh on a guided biking tour with transfers from Hanoi. Take in the area’s dramatic mountains, mysterious caves and…
On this day excursion from Hanoi you’ll take a cruise to discover the beauty of Halong Bay. Visit islands and caves and a floating fishing village,…
Spend a day cruising on Ha Long Bay on an excursion from Hanoi. Visit Dong Thien Cung and explore the fantastic Hevenly Palace Grotto cave. Stop at…
A short drive from Hanoi, you can visit one of the most important religious Buddhist sites of Vietnam. Huong (Perfume) pagoda is a cultural religion…
Take a day trip from Hanoi to discover the ancient royal capitol of Hoa Lu and explore the 3 famous grottos of Tam Coc with a river excursion by…
Discover the rice fields and limestone karst mountains of Tam Coc and Hoa Lu on a 9-hour tour from Hanoi. Explore the ancient capital of Vietnam, and…
Discover the most famous sightseeing spots in Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a day cruise package from Hanoi. Hop aboard a private…
See what Hanoi has to offer on this full day tour. Sights include Tran Quoc Pagoda, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Hoan Kiem Lake.
This is an adventurous, moving on tour through the mountainous north-west provinces of Vietnam and Laos. Luggage transfer and vehicle support will be…
Our unique biking trip in northern Vietnam takes place against a backdrop of endless lush green paddy fields and irregular tree-covered limestone…
Attractions in Hanoi
- 1Hanoi Old Quarter
- 2Hoan Kiem Lake
- 3Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
- 4Temple of Literature
- 5The Museum of Hanoi
- 6Ngoc Son Temple
- 7One Pillar Pagoda
- 8Vietnam Museum of Ethnology
- 9West Lake, Hanoi
- 10Perfume Pagoda
- 11Huong Tich Cave
- 12Long Bien Bridge
- 13Hỏa Lò Prison
- 14Ho Chi Minh Museum
- 15Presidential Palace, Hanoi
- 16Tran Quoc Pagoda
- 17Hanoi Opera House
- 18Quan Thanh Temple
- 19Cat Ba National Park
- 20Hanoi Ancient House
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On this tour your visit the first capital of Vietnam on the 10th century. After lunch we took boats to get to the beautiful scenery of Tam Coc ( Three caves), that also looks like Halong Bay on land. The guides on this boats use their legs and feet to row their boats. It was a pleasant and relaxing trip
The private one day trip I made to Mai Chau was very interesting. It is about three hours away from Hanoi by motor car. It is a valley . It is a beautiful place . No doubt about that. An overnight trip would have been more interesting. The bicycle ride around the village was fantastic. The lunch provided was Vietnamese and very good. We passed a misty mountain peak on our way to and back from Mai Chau and the drive was thrilling. The driver was clever enough to drive through.
The best trip in our life .Relaxing and beautiful trip. The scenery is incredible and this particular tour went to more secluded areas so scenery was unspoiled. All staff were extremely friendly and helpful- rooms were comfortable and the food was great. Frank was our tour guide and a highlight of the trip!
Basically we stucked in the traffic for more than 3 to 4 hours to and forth halong bay. The shuttle bus was full and very timid seat area, really feel uncomfortable sitting with long hour journey. Seeing the halong bay at the cruise was amazing, taking lots of beautiful pictures, food was ok but not so wow. At the floating village, the guide didn't even ask us whether our packages include kayak or not, he just direct us to the sampan, we paid extra for kayak not sampan. Kinda pissed off with the guide. Luckily the boat rower was kind and took many pictures for us, well at least we could relax and enjoyed the view. The guide was bit rushing towards the end of tour, especially in the tien long cave, kept asking everyone to walk faster without letting us stop to take pictures. Another traffic on our way home again, we reached home around 9pm plus... best to go for 2days 1night instead, not so rush.
Just being able to visit the Perfume Pagoda and the cave at the top of the mountain is a real lucky experience to have considering how many Buddhists specifically make a trip to go there. The Pagoda's at the foot of the mountain are very nice but cannot imagine it on a busy day. Definitely take the cable car up and down the mountain as we were promised amazing views on the way down but as there are so many shops, it's all covered so no views. Hiking up the mountain would be tough tough work for sure. Especially considering there's already a decent trek up to the cable car itself.Almost forgot to mention the small boat journey in to this area is stunning as well, but could be intense if you're not a sun-friendly person!