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Visit whole sales fruit market followed by a scenic photo opportunity over Long Bien bridge and Red River floating village. Embark on pleasant cycling ride through verdant little Hanoi island dotted with vegetables, herb, flowers, and banana farms. The excursion bring us to meet with local people and get insight into riverside life that still remains uncovered. This trip awaits to make for a fond memory on your stay in Hanoi.
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With purpose to explore new interesting destinations and contribute partly to annual charitable activities of the company, we organize trips combined discovering, relaxing, and doing charity in the provinces around Hanoi. Not only will these trips bring you great experiences in new lands, but also they create the opportunities for you to meet and help local people, especially children.
Duong Lam Village This birthplace of two Vietnamese kings 60 kilometers west of Hanoi features preserved architecture and relics of a 1200 year old Vietnamese Village. Duong Lam features a preserved communal house, and hundreds of statues and relics in a picturesque rural area.A journey to Duong Lam Village is a trip to trace back the origin of Vietnam’s culture and Vietnam’s traditions. This is also the great chance explore architecture of ancient houses while wander along its narrow alleyways, visit temples dedicated to the two kings born there, and most interesting of all, chat with locals living in the ancient houses.
Perfume Pagoda or Huong Pagoda, located in Huong son (Perfume Mountain) about 70 km southwest of Hanoi, has a long history in Vietnamese literature. This temple, its name has been a theme of many songs, subject of poetry, used in literary works as well as backdrops for paintings.
Said to be the quintessential city of Vietnam – a millennium-old capital of crumbling pagodas and labyrinthine streets existed a thousand years, Hanoi is a mix of a busy modern life and sustainable values preserved for generations. As such, Hanoi has become extremely attractive to tourists especially with Culture and History tours.
This tour sets itself apart by bringing international tourists the real Vietnamese’ culture, one that is not commonly shown in a classic day tour of Hanoi. It promise a great experience as tourists spend time outdoors to inhale the fresh air, smell the green rice fields, be charmed by the flowing Red river and learn about local people.