Ha Noi Capital - The City Of Charm

Pick-up at hotel. Drive to the historic complex of Ba Dinh. Visit Ba Dinh Square, where the late President Ho Chi Minh read the Declaration of Vietnam on 2 September 1945. Visit Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum and continue to the One-Pillar Pagoda, a must-see monument in Ha Noi. The One-Pillar Pagoda is an ancient Buddhist pagoda supported by only one pillar, built in the early 11th century during the reign of King Ly Thai Tong, resembling a lotus blossom. Visit Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature), the first Imperial school in Vietnam built in 1070 during the dynasty of King Ly. Have lunch at a restaurant. After lunch, visit the complex of the Hoan Kiem Lake, Ngoc Son Temple (Jade Mountain Temple), But Tower (pen shaped tower), Dai Nghien (Ink Stand), and The Huc Bridge (wooden bridge painted in red). Take a cyclo (pedicab) ride around “36 meandering streets” of Ha Noi Old Quarter. Continue on to visit Tran Quoc Pagoda and Quan Thanh Temple.

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Drop Off

Will drop you off at your hotel/private house in Ha Noi


Hotel pick-up and return New A/C minivan, cyclo Entrance fees Lunch Bottle drinking water Travel insurance English speaking tour guide (other languages can be arranged upon request, depends on availability, some extra charge will apply for some languages)


10% VAT,Tips and gratuities,Personal expenses such as: shopping, telephone, beverage, etc.

Tour Attractions

    Ba Dinh Square

    All men are created equal! On September 2, 1945, Ho Chi Minh read Vietnam's Declaration of Independence from the spot ...

    Old Quarter

    Like the Minotaur's maze, the 36 streets that make up Hanoi's Old Quarter are famously difficult to navigate. This section ...

    Hoan Kiem Lake & Ngoc Son Temple

    Hang out on the shores of the 'Lake of the Returned Sword' and bask in the full spectrum of Hanoians: ...

    Temple of Literature

    Vietnam's first university, the oldest sections of Van Mieu date from 1070, but only four of the interlocking courtyards survived ...

    One Pillar Pagoda

    The original Buddhist pagoda was built in 1049 by Emperor Ly Thai Tong to mark the birth of his heir ...

    Quan Thanh Temple

    One of the four sacred temples built in each of the cardinal directions to protect Hanoi's citadel from evil spirits, ...

    West Lake & Tran Quoc Pagoda

    West Lake, also known as Ho Tay, is Hanoi’s largest body of water and one of the city’s most beautiful ...