For visitors who want to spend a holiday at a relaxing tourist attraction that is not too far away from Hanoi, Thien Son Suoi Nga...
A smooth combination of cycling and row boating to discover the gorgeous scenery and pristine landscapes, this cycling boat ride is an ideal day...
Sapa is a one of Vietnam’s most popular destinations but with no nearby airport, so the easiest ways for getting there is to travel by...
This tour of Sapa 2 days to uncover the hill tribe culture of this Sapa mountainous area. Visit Lao Chai, Ta Van minority villages, feel a warm welcome at any house of the hospitable people there. You can interact with them and learn about their culture and customs.
There is no better way to explore the captivating natural beauty and tranquil village life of Vietnam than on bicycle. Our adventure starts in the capital city, Hanoi, and travels through the quaint countryside to But Thap Pagoda and Dong Ho Village, passing smiling faces and great views.
Situated northwest of Hanoi, a tour through Duong Lam village is a great way to explore the area's twelve-hundred year history. Explore houses over 400 years old, wander the village's narrow alleyways, visit local temples, and most interesting of all, chat with friendly locals.
Take a boat trip on the Red River, you will enjoy fresh atmosphere view fields of sugarcane and maize along the river bank. A day on the Red River Hanoi will offer you an opportunity to call in traditional handicraft village of Bat Trang and well – architechture temples.
Mai Chau is a mountainous district of Hoa Binh province in the northwestern region of Vietnam, approximately 135 km from Hanoi. Mai Chau is well known for stilt houses, green valley. The two tribes, White Thai and Black Thai, settled in the same area and make up the largest ethnic population of the region.
Bac Ha market is very well known in the area for its color painted to local hill tribe people. The minorities gather to the market to sell their homemade products such as corn wine, handicraft… as well as an interesting animal.
If you have more time in Hanoi, why not making this unforgettable bike tour to enjoy the beautiful countryside of Vietnam where you escape the hectic hustle and bustle of Hanoi, and learn more about Vietnamese culture and life.