CITY TOUR WITH ETHNOLOGY MUSEUM

$38.00 $33.00

    HA NOI CITY TOUR WITH ETHNOLOGY MUSEUM
     
    (OPTION 1: TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY)
            Considered charming colonial city, tourists would find Hanoi very typical feature of oriental city alive with its tree-lined boulevards and lakes and its blend of French, Chinese and Vietnamese architecture. Hanoi is the jewel of Asia. A cyclo trip will bring you to charming "36 streets and 36 wares" of the fascinating Hanoi Old Quarter.
    07:40 - 8:30 Meet your tour guide .
    - Start the trip with Tran Quoc pagoda, a Buddhist relic and national heritage lying on the West Lake.             
    - Visit Ho Chi Minh’s complex, the final resting place of Viet Nam’s greatest father; his house-on-stil and One pillar pagoda – modeled after a lotus flower, a symbol of Hanoi. 
    - Arrive Ethnology museum to learn about cultures of 54 ethnic groups living in Vietnam.
    Have a rest and enjoy lunch in a local restaurant in Hanoi Old Quarter.​
    - Visit Temples of Literature constructed in 1070 - dedicated to Confucius, sages and talented scholars. It is the most famous temple in Hanoi, also functioning as Vietnam's first university. 
    - Leave for a legendary Hoan Kiem lake and Ngoc Son Temple dedicated to a former general commander Tran Hung Dao for his struggle against Mongolians.
     
    16:00 Arrive back in your hotel. Tour ends.
    PRICE: 850.000 VND (EQUIVALENT TO US$38 ) PER PERSON
    TOUR INCLUDES:
    *      Pick up/drop off by air-conditioned bus.
    *      Professional English speaking guide.
    *      Vietnamese lunch.
    *      All sight-seeing fees.
    CYCLO RIDE (optional): Extra 100,000 VND (US$ 5) per person
     Riding on a cyclo for one hour around the Hanoi Old Quarter will bring you a wonderful memory in Hanoi.
     TOUR EXCLUDES:
    *      Travel insurance, tax, cyclo.
    *      Tips and others not included in the package.
     
    IMPORTANT NOTE: Those wearing shorts/miniskirts are not allowed to enter the mausoleum. All visitors’ shoulder must be covered with clothes.