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Private Motorbike Tour Of Hanoi

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Hanoi, Vietnam

  • Activities

    Adventure, Motorbike Tour, Private Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $68 USD per trip
  • Duration

    Full Day Tour

  • Avg Distance

    60-120 Km

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily Tour

  • Starting Location

    Hanoi

  • Price Includes

    Motorbike with a high quality helmet; Tour Guide / English ; Fuel; Wet Weather Poncho (if required); Free Hotel pick up and drop off; Vietnamese Traditional Lunch; Entrance fee

Highlights

  • Eating some the best Hanoi food
  • See where Ho Chi Minh lived, worked and declared national independence
  • Run on oldest streets of Hanoi’s Old Quater and see French colonial buildings
  • Explore the country’s first university at the Temple of Literature.
  • Run on oldest streets of Hanoi’s Old Quater and see French colonial buildings

Trip Info

This motorbike tour is absolutely one of the best choices to get out of Hanoi busy traffic and enjoying the daily life of local people around Hanoi. It will take about 7-8 hours trip with the start and end from Hanoi. You can choose from: – Motorcycle: Royal Enfield 350 / 500 cc, Honda scooter 125, Honda XR Baja 250

During this  Hanoi city one day motorbike tour Highlights : See where Ho Chi Minh lived, worked and declared national independence. Run on oldest streets of Hanoi’s Old Quater and see French colonial buildings. Explore the country’s first university at the Temple of Literature.

Lunch at a local restaurant, eating some the best Hanoi food. Making a ceramic product by yourself. Stop on the best ancient bridge of Hanoi, Long Bien Bridge.

Itinerary:

8:00 Tour guide of Motorbike Tours Vietnam will pick you up at your hotel; taking you to the garage. In garage, Tour Guide will teach you how to control motorcycle, give you a few notes when driving in Hanoi.

When you are ready, we will go to the Tran Quoc Pagoda, an ancient sacred temple, it has a long life in Hanoi. You will step slowly into pagoda’s garden, feel the fresh air from West lake (biggest lake in Hanoi). After visiting the Pagoda, you will drive to Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, walking around the streets full of shade, watching the old houses was built in France, step on Stilt House – Ho Chi Minh moved from House 54 to the Stilt House in 1958, and worked and lived there until his death in 1969. One Pillar Pagoda – a unique wooden structure originally built in 1049 by Emperor Ly Thai Thong. The current structure is a replica of the original.

Continuing on our Hanoi tour through the city we drive to the Temple of Literature (Van Mieu Quoc Tu Giam), with about 10 minutes riding. It was built in 1070 under Ly King Dynasty, and a university was added to the grounds six years later. Here you will know about Confucianism, the best Vietnamese scholar.

12:30: Tour guide will take you to a local restaurant of Hanoi, there is a restaurant that many people regularly go eating. You will discover the unique culinary flavors of Hanoi, Bun Cha dish. After lunch, we visit the French Quarter with many projects designed and built in France, listening to guided introduction about the Opera House, Hoan Kiem Lake. Afternoon, we ignore the noise of the city, the tour guide will lead you drive through the village roads going to Bat Trang village (famous ceramic village). Learn about the process of making ceramic products, you can also create your own products.

16:30 When you have a product for yourself, we will come back city and stop on the Long Bien bridge (it was built in 1898 and run in 1902). Sunset if weather conditions are appropriate.

Late afternoon, you back to the hotel, ending tour.

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