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Hanoi City 1 Day Tour


Welcome to Hanoi, a city with a rich and fascinating history that dates back over a thousand years. This one day tour will take you on a journey through some of the city's most iconic and significant landmarks, showcasing the vibrant culture and fascinating history of Vietnam's capital city


  • Spending your relaxing time strolling around the Hoan Kiem Lake, the little lake but the very heart of life in Hanoi.

  • Visit Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum complex, learn about the life of national hero

  • Visit The Temple of Literature – the first National University of Vietnam.

  • Experience views of what’s happening on the streets of the Old Quarter.

  • Experience classic Vietnamese culture at a traditional water puppet show.

Itinerary Detail

Duration: 1 day



08h00-08h30: The tour guide and driver will pick you up at your hotel.

  • The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, which is a must-see for anyone interested in the history of Vietnam. The complex includes the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Ho Chi Minh's Stilt House, the One-Pillar Pagoda, and the Ho Chi Minh Museum.

  • Temple of Literature, the first national university of Vietnam, dating back to the 11th century. This temple is a beautiful example of traditional Vietnamese architecture, and it's dedicated to Confucius.

The tour guide will take you have lunch at a restaurant


  • Visit the Museum of Ethnology, which showcases the ethnic diversity of Vietnam. The museum has an extensive collection of artifacts, clothing, and tools from various ethnic groups across the country.

  • Explore the Old Quarter, a bustling area of narrow streets and alleys that date back to the 13th century. The area is home to many historical sites, such as the Bach Ma Temple, the Dong Xuan Market, and the Hanoi Opera House.

  • Next, we will visit Hoan Kiem Lake, which is located in the heart of Hanoi. This scenic lake is surrounded by many historic buildings and temples, and it's a popular spot for locals to gather and relax.

  • End the tour by watching a traditional water puppet show, which is a unique art form that originated in Vietnam. The show is performed in a pool of water, and the puppeteers use long bamboo poles to control the puppets.

At the end of the tour, your guide will escort you back to your hotel  and enjoy the evening exploring Hanoi on your own.

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All are tailor-made tours from Tropic Roads Travel


  • Air conditioned minivan according to the program

  • 01 lunch with Hanoi specialty named vermicelli with grilled meat, or others based on your need

  • One-time entrance ticket at all attractions mentioned in the itinerary

  • Experience English speaking tour guide

  • Mineral water daily 2 bottle 500ml/per day

  • 24/7 hotline support guaranteed

  • Bank fees if payment by credit card

  • Gov tax and service charge

  • No extra charge after final confirmation


  • VAT invoice (if you get an invoice, you need to notify and negotiate with us before booking the tour)

  • Drinking during meals or other personal expenses

  • Sightseeing expenses not included in the itinerary

  • Surcharge of 50,000 VND for the difference between tickets for foreigners and Vietnamese.

  • Other service fees and costs not mentioned in the program

  • Tips for driver and guide (For Vietnamese tourists: usually from 50,000 VND/person/day; For foreign visitors, the tip is 5$/person/day)



Children Policy

  • Children from 1-4 years old are free (parents take care of all expenses for children, do not occupy seats in the car). 02 adults can be attached for free with 1 child. From the 2nd child and above, the fee is 75% of the tour price.

  • If 01 adult is accompanied by 01 child from 1-4 years old, the child must buy 50% of the adult’s tour price (enjoy the service like children 5-9 years old).

  • Children from 5-9 years old pay 75% of tour price (separate meals, separate seat in private cars but must sleep with parents). 02 charged children also do not have their own bed.

  • Children 10 years and older are counted as adults.

Special Notes

  • Wear suitable walking shoes or clothing

  • When visiting Ho Chi Minh Monuments, do not wear shorts (shorts) or short skirts above the knees.

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