Tags : Hanoi

  • Visit Ho Chi Minh Complex and The Temple of Literature, Museum of Ethnology, Ngoc Son Temple and picturesque Hoan Kiem Lake. Take a cyclo tour through the historic Old Quarter and explore the many market streets dedicated to a variety of local wares.

  • Visit to Vientiane, Luang Prabang, Xieng Khouang, Vang Vieng, Kuang Sii Waterfall, Plain of Jars, Pak Ou cave, Elephant Village, Mekong river. Exploring Halong Bay – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, includes some 1,600 islands and islets, forming a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars.

  • Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is known for its centuries-old architecture and a rich culture with Southeast Asian, Chinese and French influences. At its heart is the chaotic Old Quarter, where the narrow streets are roughly arranged by trade.

  • A full day trip leads you to the famous Halong Bay and through the most attractive areas of the Tonkin Golf. See the most beautiful high points, in and around the water of the World Heritage site with Thien Cung cave and bamboo boat ride at Ba Hang fishing village in a very relaxed way.

  • The West Lake is actually the largest in Hanoi hence the longest shore line where people of note can build their nests. It is also home to some of the most expensive 5 star hotels such as the Sheraton, the Intercontinental, the Somerset and the Fraser.

  • Feast your senses on the exotic flavors of Vietnam; sample fresh fruit, sumptuous street food and local delicacies like pork crepes as you stroll amid the antique charm of the Old Quarter.

  • Vietnam Military History Museum pits the relative simple armoury of Vietnam victory against the more sophisticated but ultimately failed weaponry deployed by the French and the Americans. The Museum is closed on Mondays and Fridays. You can combine your visit to the museum with Lenin Park just opposite.

  • The Vietnam Fine Arts Museum is located at 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc, across the street from the Temple of Literature. It is open daily from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. Travelers interested in purchasing antique reproductions can do so here, but be sure to request certifications, which will make exiting customs more manageable.

  • The Vietnamese Women’s Museum is one of Hanoi’s most overlooked museums and is also one of its best. The museum was reopened in 2010 after a period of 4 years of renovations. The Museum is located within easy walking distance of Hoan Kiem Lake. It is closed on Mondays.

  • Vạn Phúc is a village traditionally associated with silk weaving in Hà Đông, 8 km south-west of Hanoi. In Vietnamese it is called both làng lụa Vạn Phúc “Van Phuc silk village” and làng lụa Hà Đông after the larger village area name.

  • Tran Quoc Pagoda can be found on the edge of West Lake on Thanh Nien Road. The pagoda opens daily from 7am to 11:30am and from 1:30pm to 6pm. Be aware that visitors must wear modest clothing with long sleeves to be allowed to enter.

  • Located next to Lake Ho Hoan Kiem in the Old Quarter, Thang Long Water Puppet Theater offers several shows each day that you can combine with a visit to the Old Quarter. This is very popular and always busy, so make sure to book in advance. Seats and leg-room are designed for smaller frames; ‘first class’ seats are cheap and strongly recommended.

  • Tam Dao is in a vast high mountainous region affected by tropical humid monsoons. The average temperature during the year is 22.9 C.The best time to visit Tam Dao National Park is during the summer, but remember to pack rain gear, as the area is affected by tropical monsoons.

  • The Tam Coc portion is a three-hour excursion by small boat along the Ngo Dong River, beginning at the village of Van Lam and proceeding through a scenic landscape dominated by rice fields and karst towers.

  • If Saigon has Notre Dame Cathedral, then Hanoi is famous for St. Joseph’s Cathedral. This beautiful, neo-gothic style cathedral is located just a few blocks over from Hoan Kiem Lake in the old quarter and is a must see when in Hanoi, Vietnam.

  • This tour will take you from the mountain to the bay, the most beautiful landscape of Northern Vietnam. With a short 4 days trip but we have a chance to discover the life style of the hill tribe, the terraced rice field in Sapa as well as the world heritage sites of Halong Bay.

  • Uncover the elegant architecture and fascinating history of Hanoi. Enjoying your 5 day leisure in Hanoi and Halong Bay, we make sure that you will have an unforgettable and wonderful holiday.

  • See the best of Northern Vietnam with a 6-day tour that will take you from Hanoi to Mai Chau (or Sapa) and see the stunning scenery of Halong bay! Explore the famous sights of each area, experience Sapa villages, overnight onboard and island in Halong bay with most meals included.

  • This guided Tours of Vietnam from North to South can be customized for 6 days or more. Visiting the highlights of Vietnam from North to South including: Halong Bay, Mekong Delta, Cu Chi tunnels and many surrounding historical sites in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh (formerly Saigon).

  • The Presidential Palace is located off of Hung Vuong, just north of Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. It is open daily from 7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. and closed between 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The entrance fee to the grounds is about VND 25,000.

  • Surf top places of Vietnam in 7 Days through North to South Vietnam: visit Hanoi, Hoa Lu – Tam Coc, the magnificent Halong Bay, Mekong Delta, Cu Chi tunnels and Ho Chi Minh City.

  • Upon first look, Phu Tay Ho appears to be a traditional Buddhist temple. But locals are quick to inform that this beautiful religious and historical structure is actually a palace dedicated to three Mother Goddesses.

  • This 7 day tour takes you to visit the greatest sites of the Northern Vietnam and a glance to Cambodia. Admire Halong Bay – One of the greatest nature wonders of the world. Explore great Angkor temples in Cambodia.

  • Perfume Pagoda is located approx 65 km (40 mi) south of Hanoi, up to a 2 hour bus ride. Be prepared: in such remote, captive locations it is commonplace to find an over-abundance of ‘enthusiastic’ hawkers; touts and a good tour guide will serve you well. Avoid visiting during religious holidays!