Hanoi Nightlife Food Tour by Scooter is designed to satisfy all your wishes: being a local adventurer, joining the streets by local transportation, tasting most delicious local dishes as well as enjoying nightlife in Hanoi. Everything is combined in a 3-hour tour and this tour is also suitable for children. This activities will create unforgettable memories for your trip to Hanoi. Book Now!
Adult(s) (16-55 (100.00% - $59.00))
Child (6-12 (75.00 % - $44.25))
Infant (1-5 (0.00 % - $0.00))
Our guide will pick you up at your hotel or hostel. We’ll drive around Hanoi Old Quarter. The Old Quarter is considered as the heart of Hanoi and a witness of the one-thousand-year history and culture of this capital.
Hanoi Old Quarter is famous for its 36 bustle streets with long-rooted history. You can stay on Hang Gai Street to try out the best silk materials in Hanoi, enjoy the lively atmosphere on Hang Ma full of red lanterns and parallel sentences during Tet holiday or bargain for your favorite good displayed on Dong Xuan Night Market.
By this way, you can enjoy the nightlife atmosphere and observe the Hanoians' activities and lifestyle. On our way, we’ll stop by some street food vendors to have some delicious street food such as banh mi, Vietnamese Pho and bun cha.
Our next stop is West Lake, also known as the pearl of Hanoi. While heading to West Lake, we’ll cross Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum for some sightseeings. Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is a part of Ho Chi Minh Complex, the place who keep the body of Uncle Ho, the noble president of Vietnamese. Walking along the road full of colorful flowers leading to the mausoleum, visitors can enjoy the solemn atmosphere in here, hearing the whisper of morning. How fabulous!
After then, we will reach to West Lake, one popular spots of many locals. Wandering along the road of West Lake, you will arrive at Tran Quoc Pagoda, a symbol of Buddhist architecture of Vietnam. This pagoda built in Ly Nam De Dynasty has become one of the most ancient pagoda in the S-shaped countries.
Next, we’ll walk around the West Lake to enjoy some tasty street food and drinks sold in the surrounding vendors.
The nest destination that we go to is Long Bien Bridge, a wonderful heaven to escape from the bustle and hustle of Hanoi noisy city.
Having endured two grim wars of Vietnamese against the French and American, Long Bien Bridge still remains its intact beauty. This bridge becomes a popular spot for photographers and traveler thanks to its ancient beauty and romantic Red River.
The bridge is the most stunning when the sun gradually sets and you also purchase some vegetables and fruits from the locals along the bridge.
We’ll go back to the Old Quarter, stopping by some popular places like The Opera House, Metropole Legend Hotel, Hoan Kiem Lake, St.Joseph’s Cathedral.
Hanoi Opera House is famous for its Western architectural features with French neo-classical shuttered windows and iron balconies. T-shaped marble staircase, bright chandeliers along with glass wall mirrors become an impressive things when visitors think about Hanoi Opera House. You can also Vietnam war bomb bunker under Metropole Legend Hotel to understand more the misery of war and courage of Vietnamese people.
Then, you can wander along the riverbank of Hoan Kiem Lake, observing the daily lifestyle of locals here with the couples hand in hand hanging out, the kids happily cycling on the roads and the elderly doing exerices.
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