Hanoi is beautiful and splendid at night and noisy and crowded at day time. The historical capital of Vietnam for 1000 years, Hanoi is undoubtedly the cultural venue where a lot of ancient vestiges had surviving against the ravage of wars and the harshness of the time. Once arriving at Hanoi, travelers might be confused by the diversity of the city’s monuments and may wonder “what are the most famous sites I must visit in this city”? Landscape and cuisine of HaNoi will suggest itinerary to help you to answering these challenging question.
- 8:00: We pick you up from your hotel take you to visit the Ho Chi Minh Complex, which includes Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum – the final resting place of the beloved national hero, Uncle Ho – and President Ho Chi Minh’s stilt house where he lived off and on from 1958 to 1969. You’ll also the Ho Chi Minh Museum where you can learn about this remarkable man and what he did for Vietnam and the world.
- 9:30: You’ll visit the One Pillar Pagoda, which is actually a group of structures that collectively make up a pagoda built over the water in the middle of a square lake.\r\nAfter that, you’ll have a chance to explore the Tran Quoc Pagoda on the shore of west lake. From there, it’s onto the Temple of literature, which was Viet nam’s first university and is dedicated to Confucius.
- 12:30: you have lunch at a restaurant in the Old Quarter. Afterwards, you’ll visit Hoan Kiem Lake, the heart and soul of Hanoi.
Finally, You’ ll stop in at MUSEUM OF ETHNOLOGY.This superb museum showcases the depth of Vietnamese cultural diversity with an astounding collection of 15,000 artifacts gathered from throughout Vietnam. Maps, displays and dioramas are labelled in Vietnamese, French and English.Displays portray a typical village market, the making of comical hats and a Tay shamanic ceremony; videos show the real thing. You can also check out a traditional Black Thai house reconstructed in the museum. There’s also a centre for research and conservation where scientists from all over the world study traditional Vietnamese cultures.
16h : Return the hotel. Take rest and preparing for next trip.
18h45: Welcome to the departure point at 74 Hang Bac street, Hanoi by Hanoi Street Food Tour Team
19h00:Start your great nightlife street food walking tour for sightseeing old quarter of Hanoi with firts overstop at Bun Cha Vendor that are Top Ten greatest street foods in Hanoi to enjoy the most famous street food in city.
19h30: Walking from Hoa Kiem Lake to visit Hanoi Big Church with overstop at 2 different street food vendors to taste some famous dishes.\r\n20h10: Walking pass some souvenir streets, Night market on weekdays to Dong Xuan Market for sightseeing
Dong Xuan Market, or Cho Dong Xuan, is the oldest and largest market in Hanoi. It is located at Dong Xuan Street, at the end of Hang Dao Street, on the northern part of the Old Quarters. The original building was constructed in 1889, on the site of one of Hanoi’s lakes. It is a street market spreading over a surface of 600 square meters, occupying half of the street. Approximately fifty businesses are operating the forty stands selling food, artifacts, souvenirs and tour packages among others
To visit and enjoy local street food :
21h10: Walking from Dong Xuan Market to Hanoi street food restaurant located in hidden street at No 7 Cho Gao street to taste famous Egg sandwich & Egg Coffee…. that are must be tasted when you are on holidays in Hanoi.
21h40: Continue your nightlife street food walking tour by visiting international Beer corner to drink local Bia Hoi.
But bia hoi joints elsewhere are also worth trying, both to mix more with the locals, for a slightly different brew and for the food, it’s a good spot to while away an hour or so, offering the chance to meet people or just enjoy people-watch. The end of great Hanoi nightlife.
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