(OPTION 1: TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY)
Hanoi is one of Southeast Asia's most elegant cities, deftly blending elements of old Vietnam with strong currents of modernism. Whether it's strolling along the banks of Lake Hoan Kiem or pausing to reflect on a millennium-old pagoda, Hanoi is the type of city that encourages visitors to slow down and enjoy their holiday.
|07:45 - 08:30
|Tour guide picks you up at suggested places in the Old Quarter.
|Start the trip with Tran Quoc Pagoda, a buddhist relic and national heritage lying on the West Lake. Visit Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, the final resting place of Vietnam ‘s greatest father; his house-on-stilt and One Pillar Pagoda – modeled after a lotus flower, a symbol of Hanoi.
|Arrive Ethnology Museum to learn about cultures of 54 ethnic groups living in Vietnam.
|Have a rest and enjoy lunch in a local restaurant in Hanoi Old Quarter.
|Visit Temple of Literature constructed in 1070 – dedicated to Confusius, sages and talented scholars. It is the most famous temple in Hanoi, also functioning as Vietnam’s first university.
|Leave for a legendary Hoan Kiem lake and Ngoc Son Temple dedicated to a former general commander Tran Hung Dao for his struggle against Mongolians.
|Arrive back in your hotel. Tour ends.
(OPTION 2: MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY)
Bat Trang itself known as a famous ceramic-producing village as far back as the 14th century. This village lies on the Red River close to Hanoi and became a ceramics center because of the rich local deposits of white clay. Whether you're a browsing amateur art lover or a researching art historian, this tour will give you a comprehensive overview of 700 years of Vietnamese ceramic masterpieces.
|07:45 - 08:30
|Tour guide pick you up at suggested places around Hanoi Old Quarter.
|Start the trip with Tran Quoc Pagoda, a Buddhist relic and national heritage lying on the West Lake. Visit Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, the final resting place of Vietnam’s greatest father; his house – on – stilt and One Pillar Pagoda – modeled after a lotus flower, a symbol of Hanoi.
|Visit the Temple of Literature constructed in 1070 dedicating to Confucius, sages and scholars. It was also the first university of Vietnam once.
|Relax and have lunch at a local restaurant in Hanoi Old Quarter.
|Explore daily life of traditional ceramics village of Bat Trang. Visit showrooms and see how they model the products. Arrive legendery Hoan Kiem lake, visit Ngoc Son Temple dedicated to Tran Hung Dao – General Commander for his struggle against Mongolians.
|Drop you off. Tour ends.
Optional: - Cyclo round the Old Quarter: VND 100.000/person (5 USD/ pax)
Noted: Those wearing shorts/miniskirts are not allowed to enter the mausoleum. All visitor shoulder must be covered with clothers.
Child from 10 and above charge as adult
Child from 5-9 charge 75% adult
Child under 5 free charge
2 adult only share with 01 child. The second child will be charged 75% adult