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Vietnam’s small elegant capital lies in the heart of the Red River Delta in the north of the country. While it may lack the bustling river life and physical beauty of the Mekong Delta in the south, there is a wealth of historical and spiritual sights to explore and the city is often called ‘the Paris of the Orient’. The city’s broad tree-lined boulevards, lakes and parks, belle époque villas and beautiful temples reflect a blend of Indo-Chinese and French colonial influences. Given the political and historical importance of Hanoi and its burgeoning population, it’s a surprisingly low-key but vibrant city, sharply in contrast to Ho Chi Minh City in the south. Nowhere is its liveliness more evident than in the tangle of streets known as the Old Quarter, the city’s commercial heart since the 15th-century. Hanoi is a good base for excursions to Ha Long Bay, and to Sa Pa and the northern mountains where you can sample life in rural Vietnam. There are some attractions closer by, like North Vietnam’s most famous pilgrimage site, the beautiful Perfume Pagoda, said to be named after the spring blossoms that scent the air.
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Day 1 (23th, Jun). Hanoi arrival Our driverwill pick you up at the airport and drive too your hotel for checkingin .Relax after your long flight. Overnight in Hanoi Old Quarter.
After breakfast at your hotel, our guide will pick you up at your hotel and you will go to Halong
bay. Arrive Halong bay at lunchtime, you will check into the boat to cruise around Halong bay
and soak into fabulous scenery of this world heritage site. Halong bay is a breathtaking secluded
bay with over 3, 000 limestone islands rising from the clear emerald waters of the Bac Bo gulf (
gulf of Tonkin).
It is one of the most magnificent scenic regions in Vietnam and had been listed as 1 of new 7
Wonders of the World. The area of about 1500 sq km is dotted with innumerable beaches and
grottoes, created over thousands of year by the waves and wind. Have lunch, dinner on boat.
Awake early and participate in Tai Chi on the top deck or simply relax and enjoy the sunrise over
the bay’s towering islands. Enjoy a morning cup of coffee or tea on sundeck, and enjoy the
fantastic scenery of UNESCO’s natural heritage. Have lunch on boat, then the boat trip finish at
11:30 am and come back harbour and drive back to Hanoi. Free time to discover Hanoi Old
You should depart your hotel early to avoid big crowd in Tamcoc. On the way, you can see
peaceful countryside of Vietnam with villages, rice fields, water buffalos… On arrival at
Tamcoc, you will get on a sampan boat (for 2 people only) to row along beautiful river and enjoy
marvelous nature here; people said that this is the meeting point of Heaven and Earth. Really, it
looks like another Halong bay, but all of them are on rice fields! On the way back, we will stop
at Thai Vi temple to walk around and enjoy quiet, peaceful atmosphere here, you may be
overwhelming by the scenery of this region. It is just like a legendary landscape!
After 2,5 hour boat trip and walking in Thaivi temple region, the lunch is ready for you with
local specialties. In the afternoon, we head to Hoalu, the ancient capital of Vietnam from 968 to
1010. However, after a long time, the capital doesn’t remain much for you to see, what you can
see is temples of the Kings who ruled Vietnam during the time capital of Vietnam located here.
The temples lie in the center of Hoalu, surrounded by high limestone mountains which served as
natural citadels to protect Royal City. Then turn back our car to drive back Hanoi. Finish our trip
at your hotel in the late afternoon. Overnight in Hanoi
08:00 AM: Our tour guide and driver will pick up you from your hotel lobby. Begin with a visit
to Ba Dinh Square , Hochiminh mausoleum, president residential area, president Ho Chi Minh’s
house on stilt and the One-Pillar Pagoda . Then we visit to the ancient Temple of Literature, also
known as Confucius temple as well as Vietnam’s first National University. The temple’s history
dated back to 11th century. Have lunch at a popular local restaurant.
PM: After lunch, continuing to visit the remarkable Museum of Ethnology to examine the
crafts, textiles, and traditions of Vietnam’s diverse ethnic groups and hill tribes. Finish your
day with walking to the oldest bridge in Hanoi, Long Bien bridge and then walking around
Hanoi Old Quarter, visit to a local market to see local foods and vegetables that local people
come to buy for their dinners. Return to hotel in the late afternoon. Trip ends. Dinner tonight
is on your own arrangement. Overnight in Hanoi
Today is on your own leisure until transfer to the airport for your flight to the next destination.
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