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Starts in/Finishes in: Hanoi/Hanoi
TRIP IN DETAILS
This city tour of Hanoi takes in essential sites which will commence from your hotel lobby at 08.30 am. In the morning, you’ll visit the Ho Chi Minh Complex including the Mausoleum, his former stilt-house residence, the Presidential Palace and the Ho Chi Minh Museum; the Temple of Literature – Vietnam’s first university dating back to 1070.
After lunch at a local Vietnamese restaurant, you’ll continue visiting the Museum of Ethnology, widely acknowledged as the best in the country, containing an extensive display of life-size structures dedicated to Vietnam’s 54 ethnic minority groups; Ngoc Son Temple and Hoan Kiem Lake – the Ngoc Son Temple is set on a tiny island on Hoan Kiem Lake, its history dating back to the 13th century; a cyclo ride for 1 hour touring through the narrow, chaotic streets of the Old Quarter – a must for any visitor to Hanoi! The day finishes with a cup of Vietnamese coffee at a small cafe overlooking Hoan Kiem Lake (OR at a Tea House which overlooks the West Lake).
Transportation: Private vehicle
PRICE & INCLUSION
From: US$ 41 per person for a private tour of minimum 6 guests traveling together
Valid till October 31, 2021
- Transfers by a private vehicle with experienced driver
- Experienced English speaking guide
- All entrance fees
- 01 lunch at a good Vietnamese restaurant
- Tips and gratuities
- Personal expenses
- Optional activity costs
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