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Special Package To Ha Noi

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Vietnam Muslim Tour – 8 Days

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Northern Vietnam With Sapa Discovery Tour 6 Days

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The North West Loops 7days

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Northern East Discovery (6days / 5nights)

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Hoang Su Phi Terraced Field Trekking & Homestay 4 Days

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Grand Tour Of Vietnam – 19 Days

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Highlights Of Vietnam 10 Days From Ho Chi Minh City

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7-day Vietnam Package Tour From Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City, War Remnants Museum, Cu Chi tunnels, Ha Noi, Ha Long Bay, Mekong Delta

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As the capital of Vietnam as well as the second biggest city in the S-shaped country, Hanoi becomes a favorable destination for both domestic and international tourists. Along with the colonial architectural buildings, well-preserved Buddhist temples and pagodas, and the massive Old Quarter, you also tickle your taste buds with innovative Vietnamese cuisine popping up alongside the street-food stalls. Have no ideas on what is included in a Hanoi City tour? Then, the top suggestions below can help.

Where is Hanoi?

Situated on the banks of the Red River Delta, Hanoi is Vietnam’s capital center. When it comes to the city’s surrounding locations, it is encompassed by Hoa Binh and Phu Tho Provinces to the west, Bac Giang, Bac Ninh, and Hung Yen Provinces to the east; Thai Nguyen and Vinh Phuc Provinces to the north; and Hoa Binh and Ha Nam Provinces to the south. The name “Hanoi” can be understood as "the hinterland between the rivers,” in which Ha means river and Noi means interior.

A tour to Hanoi city allows you to admire well-preserved colonial buildings, unique museums, and ancient pagodas. Whether exploring on foot or by motorbike or even by car, the capital is always attractive and charming in every corner. Just a short drive away the city, don’t forget to explore its peaceful countryside, which prominently features verdant mountains, lush parks, and traditional villages. See? You can find everything during a Hanoi city tour, right?

Top Attractions and Experiences included in a Hanoi City Tour

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

Although Uncle Ho – the biggest father of Vietnam, has passed away for 49 years, Vietnamese people’s great love for him is not faded away with time. Coming to Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, you can see his remains which are kept in a glass casket within his monumental tomb. Erected from 1973 to 1975, the building is massively designed after Lenin’s Mausoleum in Russia. Set in the middle of Ba Dinh Square, where he proclaimed the independent Democratic Republic of Vietnam through the Declaration of Independence in 1945, the structure becomes a must-visit place that you should not miss during a trip to the capital. In general, admission is free but rules are really strict: No bags, no cameras, no talking and no laughing. Appropriate outfits are only permitted.

Hoan Kiem Lake

This destination should be on the list of Hanoi City Tour since the lake is steeped in both history and legend, which plays an important role in the city’s culture. Also called Restored Lake, the name of the lake has its origin from a legend that Emperor Lê Lợi received a magical sword from a dragon god to fight against the Chinese invaders. Once the peace came back, a giant Golden Turtle God emerged from the lake to ask for his sword back to the God of water. Perhaps, in addition to fresh air and many interesting activities to join, the lake’s name is also another big draw that catches much attention from visitors. A stroll around the lake is totally free, but gives you a unique and unforgettable experience to the city.

The St. Joseph’s Cathedral

Undoubtedly with the Neo-Gothic style, St. Joseph’s Cathedral was built about 120 years ago, on the formerly land of the Bao Thien Pagoda – a Buddhist temple. It is surprising to know that it is not only the oldest church in Hanoi, but also one of the earliest French-built structures within Indochina area. Today, taking advantage of gorgeous architecture and convenient location at the center of the city, the area around the cathedral becomes an ideal spot for both the locals and tourists to hang out with friends for talking, drinking and watching the lively street full of people.

The Hanoi Opera House

Another architectural landmark at the center of Hanoi is Opera House. Boasting the imposing French colonial style, the architecture’s design is modeled after the Palais Garnier – the older of the two historical opera houses in Paris. While its façade is really breathtaking, the interior of the building is spacious with 900 seats that satisfyingly serve audiences to see many opera and classical musical performances.

The Temple of Literature

Located in the heart of Hanoi, the Temple of Literature stands out as the first university in the country. Built in 1070 under the Ly Dynasty, the temple was a shrine dedicated to Confucius and his disciples. Today, it is converted into a beautiful park filled with shrines, pavilions, and a green garden. Visiting here allows you a chance to witness the serene lotus pools, the remains of education, and the attractive performance of Vietnamese traditional folk music. For the above reasons, the Temple of Literature is worth a visit in a Vietnam day tour.

Besides these destinations, Hanoi City Tour also covers some well-known landmarks, which make your trip more interesting and wonderful, such as One Pillar Pagoda, West Lake, Flag Tower, Hanoi Old Quarter, History Museum, Bat Trang ceramic village, and many more.

Exploring Hanoi Night Market

Coming to see night markets is one of the must-do activities you should try while in Hanoi because it is a fun way to experience the local life. At weekend, the Old Quarter becomes noisy and alive with a flock of locals and foreigners. While some come here to go shopping, others gather at the night market simply to immerse in the busy and bustling ambiance of Hanoi, and have a gossip with their friends. Like other markets in Asia, it is where an incredible array of things is on display, such as intricate handicrafts, clothes, and even an abundance of counterfeit goods. There is also a lane of eateries which do serve exotic local dishes. It is a big pity to skip sampling some of them, which are the highlights of daily tour from Hanoi!

Watching Water Puppet Show

If you are fond of learning the classic taste of Hanoi nightlife, then watching a water puppet show is really a nice idea. Dating back to the 11th century, this form of art gained great popularity in the countryside. Through the excellent performance of these puppets skillfully controlled by experienced puppet players, you can get a better understanding of many aspects of the Vietnamese culture, customs and habits. Furthermore, various stories about ancient myths and folklore are mentioned during the show, too. The Thang Long Water Puppet Theater, Bong Sen Water Puppet Theatre, and The Vietnam Puppetry Theatre are where you can watch the art via many nightly shows in Hanoi.

Tasting beer at Bia Hoi Junction

The most exciting experience while staying overnight in Hanoi is to visit Bia Hoi Junction. Situated at the corner of Ta Hien and Luong Ngoc Quyen streets in the heart of the Old Quarter, the Junction is worth an arrival when the night goes down. Of course, this is not the best beer-selling place, but it is where you can enjoy beer in a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere. Why foreign visitors love Bia Hoi are its cheap price, good drink in hot nights of summer, and low alcohol volume. Going along Ta Hien Street, you may easily see a long line of outdoor drinking that becomes a big backpack magnet. Holding a cool glass at hand and enjoying the simple beauty of the city life can leave you a long-lasting memory.

Why Should You Choose a Hanoi City Tour from TNK Travel?

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At TNK, what you need are what we care about. We are glad to offer our customers many different attractive excursions so that they are freely able to have the nice final decision. You will be counseled by the professional teams and dedicated guides about which tour is best suited to your need. After all, booking at TNK.travel certainly gives you the most satisfying tours with excellent services, cheap rate, and incredible experiences.

Types of Hanoi City Tour at TNK Travel

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