Hanoi Full Day City Tour By Limousine

Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 8 Hour Duration
  • Daily Tour
  • Free cancellation (24-hours notice)
  • Group Tour
  • Limousine
  • Tour Guide

Hanoi Full Day City Tour By Limousine: Hanoi is the capital city of Vietnam, and it is a bustling metropolis that is steeped in history and culture. This vibrant city has something to offer everyone, from the fascinating museums and historical sites to the vibrant nightlife and delicious street food.

One of the most popular attractions in Hanoi is the Old Quarter, which is a maze of narrow streets and alleys that are filled with shops, restaurants, and street vendors. Visitors can sample delicious local cuisine, shop for traditional handicrafts, or simply wander around and soak up the atmosphere.

Another must-see attraction in Hanoi is the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, which is the final resting place of Vietnam’s beloved leader. The mausoleum is an impressive building that is surrounded by beautiful gardens, and visitors can pay their respects to Ho Chi Minh by viewing his preserved body.

For those interested in history, Hanoi is home to several fascinating museums, including the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology and the Vietnam Women’s Museum. These museums offer a glimpse into the rich history and culture of Vietnam, and are well worth a visit.

Overall, Hanoi is a vibrant and exciting city that is sure to captivate visitors with its rich history, fascinating culture, and delicious cuisine.

Hanoi Full Day City Tour By Limousine Tour Itinerary

08:00. Our Tour guide pick up you at your hotel. We start to visit Ho Chi Minh Complex, including Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum – the final resting place of Vietnamese great father or Uncle Ho, President Ho Chi Minh’s stilt house – where Uncle Ho lived and worked from 1958 to 1969. Then visit One Pillar Pagoda where worships the Godess of Mercy – It is the most unique Padoga in the world.

10:00-12:00. Visit one of 2 options below

  • Option 1: Visiting Vietnam Museum of Ethnology to learn about the culture of 54 ethnic groups living in Vietnam (on Tuesday – Wednesday –Thursday- Friday –Saturday – Sunday)
  • Option 2: Visiting Bat Trang ceramic village where we can explore the daily life of the locals & learn about the process how to make a perfect product (on Monday )

12:30. Take a rest and Have lunch at our restaurant about 1 hour.

13:30 – 13:45. Continue to visit Temple of Literature – the first university of Vietnam, The Temple of Literature (Van Mieu Quoc Tu Giam) is one of the most attractive tourist spots in Northern Vietnam. The Temple of Literature was founded in 1070.

14:45. Keep going to visit Hoa Lo Prison, The prison was built by the French, from 1886 to 1901, When Vietnam was still part of French Indochina. The French called the prison Maison Centrale. The prison was called “A Hell on Earth” and now the prison is like a war museum for those who want to understand more about the war against France of Vietnamese people.

15:45. After visiting Hoa Lo Prison, we enjoy Egg Coffee Before Coming back your hotel.

16:30. Our Bus take you back to the Hotel. We finish the trip.

Tour Inclusion
  • Limousine Bus during the trip – Max 17pax
  • A bottle of water / person
  • Entrance tickets
  • English speaking guide
  • Vietnamese Lunch
  • Egg Coffee
Tour Exclusion 
  • Tips for tour guide (Recommended).
  • Other drinks not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Personal expenses: Shopping, buying souvenir.
Special Notes
  • Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is closed on Mondays and Fridays.
  • Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is closed at least 2 months every year (Normally from 15th June to 15th August but still can visit outside).
  • Should dress modestly by covering from shoulders to knees in the public places like a temple, pagoda, HCM mausoleum.
  • Should bring the necessary things such as : cash, cellphone or camara, raincoat/ umbrella ,sun block …( depending on the weather).
  • Option Cyclo Ride/ Puppet Show will be done in the end of the tour.
  • Tour may finish a bit earlier or later in some cases.
  • The order of the itinerary can be changed depending on the situation.
Cancellation Policy
  • You’ll get a full refund if you cancel at least 48 hour(s) before the activity starts.
  • In case of unforeseen events or extreme weather, the operator reserves the right to cancel the tour. If this happens, you have the option to reschedule or request a full refund.

Gold street in Hanoi is located in the Old Quarter, which is known for its narrow streets and historic charm. It is a vibrant area filled with shops, restaurants, and street vendors selling traditional Vietnamese goods. The street gets its name from the many gold shops that are located there, offering a variety of gold jewelry and other precious metals. Visitors can explore the area on foot, taking in the sights and sounds of this bustling neighborhood. Gold street is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in experiencing the rich culture and history of Hanoi.

Hanoi is a city known for its beautiful streets, but one that stands out is the tree-lined boulevard of Phan Dinh Phung. With its French colonial architecture, lush greenery and serene atmosphere, it's easy to see why this street is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. Whether you're taking a leisurely stroll, enjoying the view from a coffee shop or exploring the nearby historical sites, Phan Dinh Phung is a must-see destination in Hanoi. From the elegant mansions to the small alleys and hidden corners, every inch of this street is a treat for the senses.

Hanoi is considered a safe city for solo travelers. The city has a low crime rate, although petty theft can occur in crowded areas. It is recommended to take normal precautions like keeping your valuable belongings close to you while walking around. When walking around at night, it is best to stick to well-lit areas and avoid empty streets. It is also advisable to avoid political demonstrations or protests. Overall, as long as you take basic safety measures, Hanoi is a relatively safe city to explore on your own.

Yes, it is perfectly fine to wear red in Vietnam. In fact, red is a popular color in Vietnamese culture and is often associated with good luck and prosperity. During special occasions such as Tet (Vietnamese New Year), red is commonly worn as it is believed to ward off evil spirits and bring good fortune. However, it is important to note that different regions in Vietnam may have different customs or beliefs regarding certain colors. Therefore, it is always a good idea to research and respect local customs when traveling to a new place.

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