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Don't take any breakfast as this trip will start with a bowl of Pho which is the favorite dish of almost Hanoian people and wake you up with a cup of strong Vietnamese coffee! After having enough energy, you'll continue this trip with a soft walking route around the streets of the Hanoi Old Quarter which is said to make Hanoi be itself. Taking a look over the traditional houses, temples and shops along the streets, you can imagine the life of the Hanoian in the past. Then a short break with Vietnamese tea during the walk will be an exciting moment with interesting stories behind the drink.
After the walk, you'll stop at Ngoc Son Temple to study about perhaps the most important and sacred among many significant cultural artifacts around Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi. Tasting some fruit mix before ending 4 hour walk will even gives you more understanding of tasting habit of the Hanoian.
Note: If you take the afternoon walk, you'll get lunch with another specialty called Bun Cha (grilled pork balls served with vermicelli) instead of Pho.
Pho and local coffee for breakfast
Private English speaking local guide
Ann entrance fees
Visa arrangements (Please apply online visa by the easy way at Website: www.vietnam-visa.com)
Other transportations not mentioned
Other services not mentioned in the itinerary.
This is a private trip on foot, sport shoes are recommended.
Guide speaking other languages is subject to availability.
This trip includes temples and pagoda, please DO NOT wear shorts or mini-skirts to show your respect.
Tour program is subject to change due to weather and operating conditions.
Hanoi Old QuarterHoan Kiem District - Hanoi Capital
Without Old Quarter, a maze of labyrinthine streets dated back to the 13th century, Hanoi would not be Hanoi. Strolling around Hanoi Old Quarter, one can perceive the beauty as well as typical feature of these streets.