Bustling Hanoi offers a charming blend of new and old. The French-colonial era has left a legacy of beautiful buildings, with the Old Quarter, a fascinating area to explore on foot. Sample Hanoi's unique cuisine, shop for locally produced crafts and soak up the abundance of history and culture on offer in the city's compelling sites and monuments. Hanoi has always been a symbol of culture and a source of pride throughout the history. My Hanoi city tour is designed aiming to give my dear clients an opportunity to enjoy an absolute and adorable Hanoi. Small streets with old houses, friendly people with typical Vietnamese smiles offer you the true feeling of our capital city.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Discover the "don't miss" attractive tourist destinations
Journey though narrow alleys to uncover the local life
Enjoy excellent lunch in a unique restaurant designed as a Hanoi in 1946s
Have deep understanding about Hanoi's histories, cultures and architectures
Morning (08:00 - 12:00) / Afternoon: 14:00 - 18:00)
Visit Ho Chi Minh complex where Vietnamese people respect their president, including Presidential palace, Ho Chi Minh mausoleum & one-pillar pagoda
Visit Temples of Literature dedicated to Confucius, sages and scholars, the most famous temple in Hanoi
Visit Hoan Kiem lake
Discover the famous 36 old streets in Hanoi Old Quarter
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel
End location: Hotel
Duration: 4 hours
Pick up and drop off at your hotel
A private car with an experienced driver
Professional and enthusiastic English speaking tour guide
Mineral Water: 02 bottles per person
All entrance fees
Drinks/beverage on meal
Any items that are not mentioned above
I am not a driver. I can arrange private cars for a group of 1 to 45 people.
I could customize tours upon your requests.
I am also excellent in assist you in your business trips.
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I enjoyed my tour immensely and started my journey into learning about Vietnamese culture. Quang T adapted my tour perfectly and this meant not queuing for hours to see one particular site and instead visiting a local market, temple and having luck with my guide and his family - which was excellent. I also sat with monks whilst they lunched and learnt more about Buddhism. It is exactly this personal touch and flavour of real life you want from a tour. Highly recommended.