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Hanoi Walking Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Hanoi, Vietnam

  • Activities

    Sightseeing, Walking Tour

  • Price
    $29 USD per person
  • Duration

    1 Day

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)


  • Starting Location

    Hanoi Old Quarter

  • Price Includes

    Tour Guide, Food, Water, Entrance Fee, ... etc

  • Notes

    Not Included: Tips and Personal expenses


  • Walk through Hanoi's Old Quarter
  • Learn about the culture, feelings, and people of Hanoi
  • Discover the beauty and unique ambiance of Hanoi


Trip Info

Take a walking tour of Hanoi to experience the unique feelings, culture, and people. This route is a large clockwise circle through the Old Quarter. Walking times vary depending on your clip and your interest in the details, but generally, allow a few hours. Note: Try to study the map discreetly and know your next turn before arriving at an intersection. If you ask for directions, motorbike taxi drivers will just implore you to hire them for a ride and even try to confuse you. Learn to look for distinct rooflines. Just a short time in the Old Quarter will have you distinguishing a Chinese temple or community house from a tube house or more French-influenced construction.

1. Hoan Kiem Lake

2. Hang Gai Street (Hemp St.)

3. Tam Thuong Alley

4. Hang Da Market and Hang Dieu Street

5. Take a Break

6. Bat Dan Street

7. Hang Phen Street

8. Phung Hung Street

9. Hang Vai

10. Lan Ong Street

11. Cha Ca Street

12. Take a Break–Just across from Cha Ca La Vong restaurant,

13. Hang Duong Street

14. Hang Chieu

15. Take Break–Tired? Thirsty?

17. Bach Ma Temple (The White Horse Temple)

18. Hang Buom Street

From the Bach Ma Temple, continue east on Hang Buom (Sail St.).

19. Ma May Street

20. Hang Bac Street

21. Hang Dao

22. Take a Break–On the fourth floor of the most prominent building on Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square, a good place to meet up after your walk or to rest your bones after completing the circle.

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