“8.30- 12.00 or 13.00- 16.30”
8.30, tour guide will pick up your hotel, then take a taxi or walking to the bus stop nearby Hoan Kiem lake for new experience with 2 floor bus, so you can sit for first or second floor as your convenience in an hour, then prepare the phone or camera to take photos of the bustling traffic, street vendors, and locals going about their daily lives. Driver will take you around some of the city’s most popular attractions below.
+Hoan Kiem Lake: This picturesque lake is located in the heart of Hanoi and is surrounded by lush greenery, temples, and bridges. You can capture some great photos of the lake, as well as the people and architecture around it.
+Hanoi Flag Tower: Built in 1812, and is an iconic symbol of Hanoi’s rich history and culture. It is a tall, octagonal tower located in the heart of the city, just a short walk from Hoan Kiem Lake.
+Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: This massive marble structure houses the embalmed body of Vietnam’s famous revolutionary leader. You can take some impressive photos of the building’s imposing facade and the crowds of visitors who come to pay their respects.
+Temple of Literature: This ancient temple is dedicated to Confucius and is considered one of Vietnam’s most important cultural landmarks. You can capture some beautiful shots of the temple’s intricate architecture and peaceful courtyards.
+Westlake and Tran Quoc pagoda: is surrounded by the peaceful waters of West Lake, which is the largest lake in Hanoi. The lake is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike, with many scenic spots to explore.
+Hanoi Opera House. It was erected by the French colonial administration between 1901 and 1911. Hanoi Opera House is one of three opera houses that the French built during their time in Indochina.
10.00, getting off the bus, and walking 45 minutes through old quarter. This historic district is known for its narrow streets, colorful buildings, and bustling markets. You can snap some great photos of the street vendors, local residents, and unique architecture in the area.
11.00, enjoy egg coffee (or other drinks) to take photo Long Bien Bridge: This historic bridge spans the Red River and is one of Hanoi’s most recognizable landmarks. You can capture some stunning photos of the bridge’s arches and the river below.
12.00, Finish the tour and see you next time!
|No of travelers||1-3 pax||4-6 pax||7-10pax|
- English tour guide
- Hop On- Hop off (ticket for city bus with an hour)
- Drink (egg coffee or soft drink……)
- Walking tour
- Visit train track and Long Bien ancient bridge
*Note: If you want to have a lunch, it will be surcharged 10USD/ 1pax
*Excluded: Tips (not compulsory)