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Treasure of Hanoi
Visit Ho Chi Minh‚€™s Mausoleum and Ho Chi Minh s
house on stilts. See one Pillar Pagoda which is the structure symbol of
Hanoi. Then, visit the Buddhist Tran Quoc Pagoda on West Lake. Drive
through French quarter to the Temple Of Literature. You choose one
of the followings : the Army, History or Ethnology Museum. Driver to
the center of a cyclo ride around old streets passing Hoan Kiem Lake.
Stop at Ngoc Son Temple.
Cruise along movie river
Leave from Hanoi and drive two and a half hours to
Tam Coc Town and then, board your private sampan boat with personal
oarsperson along the Ngo Dong River passing three caves which the
French movie Indochine was filmed. Next, visit Bich Dong Pagoda and temples dedicated to the Emperors and see ruined Hoa Lu Citadel. Back to Hanoi.
Original minority s lifestyle in Hoa Binh
Leave from Hanoi and take 2-hour drive to Hoa Binh
City and see the way of Muong people‚€™s living. Time changes, but
ethnic minorities‚€™ lives do not change. See churches in colonial
French style, rice paddies, lime stone mountain. Have short trek to a
local Muong minority village where aged wooden stilt houses can be seen
for over centuries. Visit the hydroelectricity plan on the way back to
It takes 3 hours from Hanoi to Halong city
passing rice paddies, water buffalo and local Vietnamese villages.
Board our private boat for a 4-hour journey. Cruise through the emerald
waters between the limestone outcrops and long corridors. Visit Dau Go
Cave and Thien Cung Cave which stalagmites and stalactites can be
seen. Seafood lunch.
Precious Hanoi, Vietname day tour
Leave from Hanoi to Dong Ho
traditional paper village where locals still paint with traditional
designs with all natural products.Stop to see Thap Pagoda . Continue to
Dong Ky wood Village to see mother-of-pearl inlaid furniture and fine
fish-bone slivers and set into wood. In evening, see the water puppet
performance - the unique form of Vietnamese art derived from wet-rice
civilization in South East Asia.