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Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, with intertwined alleys and streets, will lead you to various iconic as well as hidden destinations it holds. That could be the landscapes you've seen somewhere in the promotional photos, or it might be chaotic things you've never thought of before.
In this Hanoi City Tour program, we will escort you to immerse in authentic experiences and interactions as we wander along the city's captivating pathways, exploring the intriguing highlights of each unique stop.
- The Museum of Ethnology;
- Hanoi Train Street;
- Hanoi old quarter cuisine - Bún Chả;
- The Hoan Kiem Walking Street, Old Quarter, and French Quarter.;
- Feeling about small parts of the Hanoians' daily life;
- Hanoi's signature Egg Coffee or Trang Tien Ice-cream.
Hanoi City Tour program
Let's kick-start the day with the Museum of Ethnology, the Hanoi-renowned museum showcases the ethnographic and cultural diversity of ethnic groups living on the land of Vietnam's S-shaped strip.
The museum features indoor exhibition areas displaying images and artifacts, as well as outdoor exploration areas designed with life-sized 1:1 models that you can step into and explore.
Next, you will get in the car to transfer to Train Street. The neighborhood is famous for its train tracks running closely alongside residential houses. The bustling scenes of shophouses and cafes on both sides eagerly await the breathtaking moment when the massive train passes by, creating a vibrant, impressive, and mesmerizing spectacle that leaves everyone in awe.
During lunchtime, you will have the opportunity to savor one of Hanoi's most iconic dishes - Bún Chả (Vermicelli with Grilled Pork) - at one of the highly-rated restaurants specializing in this delicacy.
After lunch, let's take a stroll and explore the buildings in the Old Quarter and the French Quarter: Saint Joseph Church, the Opera House, and the heart of Hanoi - Hoan Kiem Lake (Sword Lake).
You will have a little break to indulge in some ice cream by the lake. Enjoying ice cream is one of the favorite activities for Vietnamese people after a long time of walking in the Old Quarter and pedestrian streets.
Surely, you wouldn't want to miss the moments to immerse yourself even deeper into the local culture of the indigenous people. In the final part of this Hanoi city tour, we will delve further into the bustling markets and small alleys where families reside, to gain a deeper understanding of the native culture.
At the conclusion of this journey exploring Hanoi from various perspectives, let’s take a moment to relax and refresh in the ambiance of an Old Quarter cafe. Egg coffee, a unique and delightful blend of flavors, awaits you. Savor your coffee slowly as you reminisce about the experiences you have had and rejuvenate yourself.
We look forward to welcoming you on this adventure!