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Hanoi City Tour

half day

Starting from 95$

Hanoi served as the capital of French Indo-China from 1902 to 1954. Then when North and South Vietnam were separated, Hanoi was the capital of North Vietnam. Following the prolonged Vietnamese war (1954 to 1976) after which North and South were consolidated, Hanoi became the capital of unified Vietnam. Located in northern Vietnam, there are stronger Chinese influences than its southern counterpart. This is not surprising though as Hanoi had been ruled by the Chinese for over 1000 years.

Rapid expansion has seen the rise of skyscrapers but the old quarter still exists even if in street names only. Each street housed a particular trade, and the street name reflected that trade. Now, of course, this is not the case, but the old street name reflecting the artisans’ trade still lives on.

Thang Long – Hanoi is the city of multi-cultural convergence, crystallizing the traditional values of the nation with a long timeline history, architectural works, famous monuments. It’s one of the most attractive domestic and international tourist destinations in Vietnam because of its ancient, quiet, elegant and hidden beauty. Coming to Hanoi, visitors not only admire the ancient beauty of Hanoi but also have the opportunity to enjoy the unique culinary culture that nowhere else has it.


Secure bookings, Guaranted Departures!

24 hours Cancellation policy, best rates guaranted!

Group of maximum 6 people.


  • Private / Semi-Private tour

  • Private car

  • Free Water

  • Free time to spend in old quarter


Pick up point: Your accommodation.

First Stop: Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. The first attraction is Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum (viewed from outside) where honors the Greatest President of Vietnam, and his former residence (closed on Monday and Friday). Pass by the French Quarter.

Second Stop: Tran Quoc Pagoda – The oldest pagoda in Hanoi. 

Third Stop: Westlake Area – Enjoy the beauty of the biggest lake in Hanoi. Enjoying the flower valley then head to Long Bien Bridge – 2.4 kilometer long (1.5 mil). 

Fourth Stop: Dong Xuan Market – the biggest market in Hanoi then have a walk around the old quarter.

Fifth Stop: Lunch break before going to Temple of Literature - Known as the oldest university of Vietnam. 

Last Stop: St. Joseph’s Cathedral.

Dropping point: Your accommodation.


If customers cancel up to 24 hours prior to tour departure, they are entitled to a 100% refund.

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