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There are many ways to explore the lively Hanoi but what about joining in the influxs of motobikes in the streets of Hanoi? Hanoi City and Countryside Tour by motorbike is really an inspiring and unique experience that help tourists have a closer insight into the life and culture of Hanoians. A friendly and knowledgeable tour guide will travel along with group while you will sit behind an experienced and professional female drivers. The whole fleet uses 2018 Honda Lead...

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Our FARMING & FISHING LIFE provides you with a close-up and intimate exposure to both the local farming and fishing communities. Accompanied by your tour guide, you commence the day leisurely cycling along country roads witnessing local Vietnamese rural life first hand, discovering all manner of photo opportunities - coming and visiting a beautiful organic vegetable village, watering and planting vegetable, hoeing a soil with local farmer, riding a water buffalo in a...

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Have you ever dreamed of walking at the bottom of the sea and looking what goes on down there? It is not a drean anymore as you can discover underwater walking experience right at Cham island. Start from Cua Dai Wharf, you will board a traditional boat and enjoy a 1-hour ride to Cham island. There you will be provided a helmet with a transparent visor and head on down to explore this World Biosphere Reserve recognized by UNESCO. At the depth of 5-6 meters under the blue...

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Emperor cruises was inspired by the luxurious life of Emperor Bao Dai, Vietnam's last emperor. Emperor Cruises' purpose is to bring you to Experience Every Moment with us by being treated as kings and queens, indulging in services such as music, fine arts, architecture, culture, cuisines, history, and outdoor activities where everything is all included. Let's say no with the hustle and bustle and immerse yourself with an unique private itinerary: the Nha Trang Discovery...

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Ban Gioc is known as the most beautiful waterfall in Vietnam, the largest in Southeast Asia and the fourth largest natural waterfall in the waterfalls located on a national border line. Ban Gioc Waterfalls is located in Dam Thuy commune, Trung Khanh district, Cao Bang province, about 20 km from the center of Trung Khanh district to the Northeast. Ban Gioc waterfalls is like a white silk strip which is being woven by fairies in Northeastern mountains.The waterfall...

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Catch the fantastic Lang Toi (My Village) Show whilst you're in Hanoi and witness a visual spectacle that narrates the beauty of the Northern Vietnamese villagers' lifestyle. In an hour long performance, you'll have a panorama of the daily activities of the locals depicted through rhythmic dance and daring acrobatics coupled with bamboo props and over 20 instruments that produce the music that adds life to the show. Learn about the farmers, the village games, building...

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If you are looking for a short amazing trekking experience, head to Khuoi My village on Tay Con Linh Peak from Thon Tha village. As you walk the mountains paths, Ha Giang's countryside will unfold before your eyes and offer breathtaking scenes of a sparkling rice terrace, forests and a tea field. Besides, this is a homeland of 200 families from the Dao ethnic group where villagers eager to share stories about their history, culture and traditions, so feel free to talk with...

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Trekking adventure to Hoang Su Phi takes you to the untouched beauty of Thong Nguyen Commune with plenty of terraced rice fields, forests, mountains and the rustic charm as the idyllic atmosphere here. We will set out on a 6-7 hour trek depending upon your physical condition. The trek is generally moderate and was designed to provide an authentic Vietnamese rural experience by exploring many villages situated on high altitudes around Thong Nguyen. During the hike, we can...

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Hoang Su Phi is a rural district of Ha Giang province in the northeastern region of Vietnam, and it is inhabited mostly by the Dao, Nung, H'Mong ethnic group which allows you to gain a deeper insight into their local daily lives and culture. This district is rested in a beautifully remote area of green mountain jungle, beautiful valleys, streaming rivers and we could not help but feel surrounded by nature. Staying overnight at Hoang Su Phi, you will definitely relax at the...

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Lung Khuy Cave is one of the most beautiful caves in the rocky plateau, is a masterpiece created by millennia of geological activities. This cave is around 300m in length with many different branches, magnificent stalactites and fancy shapes stimulating the imagination of travellers. Visiting the cave, you will have an amazing chance to walk along the earthen road for more than one kilometre and witness the outstanding scenery along the way; and when going inside the cave,...

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The hill-tribe market is a special cultural trait in the mountainous northern regions of Vietnam, and Dong Van Market (Sundays only) is amongst the most outstanding gatherings known by tourists. The style of the market is the combination of the Vietnamese culture and Chinese culture which makes it become a colourful market depicting the very best of the whole region. Explore the market, you will sense all the sights, sounds and tastes of the traditional hill-tribe market and...

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Ha Thanh, a community-based cultural tourism village in Phuong Do commune, Ha Giang Province, has preserved several traditional stilt-houses of the Tay. This is one of the attractive villages where is a stream flowing from the mountain village of A to the valley, in the water season, forming a beautiful waterfall called "waterfall No.6". You will get better knowledge about their customs and spiritual values of the Tay people and also enjoy the alluring atmosphere...

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Well known for its rustic beauty with 100% of the population of the Tay minority people, Thon Tha Village is an attractive destination not only to domestic tourists but also to international tourists. Visiting the village and you will have a wonderful time getting to know the locals in the village, getting to see a part of the local customs and probably having a chance to try to harvest rice and cook Vietnamese food. You will have one night staying away from the crowds to...

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The Ma Pi Leng Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 1.500m (4,921ft) above the sea level. This pass is located on the Happiness Road connecting Dong Van and Meo Vac with a length of about 20 km. The name of this pass is the name of the most dangerous road in Vietnam, in the province of Ha Giang. Being one of the "four great mountains passes" in the mountains of northern Vietnam, next to O Quy Ho Pass, Khau Pha Pass and Pha Din Pass, Ma Pi Leng has become an...

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The house of a local family in Dong Van District, Ha Giang Province, has been an appealing destination for visitors to the mountainous province after it was used for the film of "Chuyen Cua Pao" (The Story of Pao). After crossing a buckwheat field with both sides coloured in pink of buckwheat flowers, you will arrive the nearly-seventy-old-year Pao's house which has been to four generations and is fascinated by the unique architectural mark of the H'Mong ethnic minority...

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Quan Ba Heaven Gate is the first gateway to the global geological park of Dong Van stone plateau. The story behinds the name is in 1939, the French built a huge door made of 150cm thick wood at the gates of heaven. Today the gate is no longer and replaces with a sign in both Vietnamese and English words: "Cong Troi Quan Ba". This is definitely the most ideal place to have a glimpse of the Dong Van plateau, looking backwards downhill, the zigzag road weaving between...

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Quan Ba Fairy Mountain (also known as Twin Mountains) is one of the highlights of the land Ha Giang which stands out from the crowd for its wild scenery, majestic nature and endless range of limestone mountains. Not only have a chance to admire its beauty, but you can also get better knowledge about its story which through a legend, local people still believe in it with their thought that "the fairy's milk from her breast has provided good weather and fruitful crops for this...

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Pho Bang Village is a small and peaceful town which is tucked away in a private valley of Ha Giang. Travelling here, you will be amazed by the extremely charming atmosphere and the unique architectural mark of the ancient Chinese as Pho Bang is located close to the Vietnam-China border. Besides, take a walk deeper into the town, you will easily see the old wall, the silver door faded from time to time, the baby in the old clothes with red cheeks. This is where the alluring...

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Hua Ma Cave (Horse's head) is well known for its untouched and enigmatic beauty. When you enter the cave, you will be amazed by plenty of beautiful stalactites and stalagmites in various shapes and size such as flowers, small towers, a formal court of mandarins in the feudal time, etc. All of them has been naturally shaped during the many-thousand-year process of geological changes. That's why Hua Ma Cave is not only a beautiful spot but also a mysterious destination that...

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The Hang Kia valley, found in Mai Chau district in the northern province of Hoa Binh, has become an ideal destination due to its majestic mountains whose peaks are often immersed in white clouds. Its moderate climate gives scenic views and allows beautiful flowers to grow throughout the year. It has two mountain ranges, Xa Linh and Luong Xa, which have created several valleys, inhabited by a large number of residents.

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Nha Trang no doubt is a tourist hub in Vietnam, with a lot more of a Western influence than other areas of the country. For ocean lovers, Nha Trang has over 12,00 hectares of official marine reserve. The coral filled area is known as Hon Mun Marine Protected Area and is where is the best place to do snorkeling or diving in Nha Trang.It is the perfect place for both diving and snorkeling in Nha Trang as the water is not too deep meaning it is a great place for...

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Impressive performance!, Beyond anyone’s expectations!, An absolute must!, A very pleasant surprise!, Unexpectedly good!, Fantastic show!, In one word AWESOME!, Best Show I Have Ever Seen!, Mesmerising cultural show with a modern twist!, No he visto nada igual en mi vida!, Visual Excellence!,...There are some comments in a forest of feedbacks of people from all over the world about Hoi An Memories show.This grand cultural performance sweeps you up and takes you on a...

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A true Saigon is going to surely be shown to your eyes on this vespa motorbike journey. Getting on a scooter in one of the busiest cities in the world with a stranger seemed like a sensible idea. Walking is not popular in Ho Chi Minh City – a city with 7.43 million motorbikes – so being on one is the ideal way to see the buzzing centre of the city. Let's experience the feeling when scooters, taxis, buses and bikes come at you from every angle. Though...

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Pa Co is located about 20 kilometers from Mai Chau. It is a popular destination, especially among young people, who want to know about life in the Northwest. Pa Co market for this is a good starting point. For people from ethnic groups, a visit to the local market an irreplaceable activity in daily life. Every Sunday, Hmong from Moc Chau and Thay from Mai Chau to the market in Pa Co to sell their handmade products. The merchandise, which they place on the...

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Fansipan Mountain is the highest mountain in Vietnam and Indochina peninsula. With the altitude of 3,143m above sea level, the mountain is located in the center of Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range. The flora is relatively diverse in Fansipan. The mountain is to be approved as one of the very few ecotourist spots in Vietnam. There are 1,680 plant species divided into 679 families of 7 groups, many of which belong to rare and precious group. Below the foothills is home to the...

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Coc Ly Market is held on every Tuesday. Though it is not a big market, Coc Ly plays an extremely important role to ethnic minorities in the west of Bac Ha. This is the rendezvous for meeting, goods exchanging, and purchasing of Hoa (Chinese) Mong, Dao Den (Black Dao) and Nung ethnic people. Goods sold in the market is the local products and utensils brought from the plains or imported from China. In addition, the market is a meeting place to display affection and...

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Ta Phin village is one of ideal attractions in Sapa because of its unspoiled sceneries, well-remained culture and special traditions of Red Dzao ethnic group. Nestled in a beautiful and pristine valley, Ta Phin is far from the busy streets of Sapa. Walking around the village, tourists can easily catch sights of Red Dzao women in very beautiful and colorful dress made from brocade gathering together with threads and cloths in their hands. The local people are quite...

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Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to see Mui Ne from the open 'cockpit' of a hot air balloon! Vietnam Balloons is operated by experienced Lithuanian pilots and they are flying a German-made balloon. Depending on the wind direction and speed of the morning the pilots will chose different launch sites and you get to see slightly different scenery but whatever the winds do, you will appreciate a birds-eye view of the Vietnamese coastline and the mountain ranges to the...

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The overnight train from Hanoi to Sapa is one of the most popular experiences which tourists often seek for when planning a trip to this mountainous destination. Trains operate between Hanoi and Lao Cai station, about 35 km from Sapa. They leave Hanoi at 10pm each day and they take from 7.5 to 8.5 hours to reach Lao Cai. From this station, it is more than another hour of driving to reach Sapa town.

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Far away from Sapa busy streets and hidden in the foggy cloud, Ta Van village is one of the best choices in Sapa for homestay services. Stay overnight at the homestay in Ta Van village, tourists will have a chance to fully experience the daily life of the ethnic groups, discover the indigenous culture and communicate with the Giay and Dao ethnic communities. Moreover, Ta Van also offers beautiful trails for an enjoyable trek amongst the green terrace rice fields and...

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Most people concentrate on the rice terraces and the valley. Take few hours to drive uphill for a short drive from Sapa town to Tram Ton Pass. Well worth the effort. Breathtaking views of the valley. You are going to be really overwhelmed with the beauty of the area and the incredible views from the winding road of Tram Ton Pass.

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Silver Waterfall is far about 15 kilometers from Sapa toward Lai Chau; tourists take approximately 30 minutes by motorbike or bus to visit one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Vietnam. The scenery along the way, the pine forest, and the 'su su' spread over the hills. With more than 100 meters high, white water poured down the stream. Walk up 400 steps to the top. There are plenty to views on the way up and down for photo sessions. The water has a pristine look...

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The Bich Dong Pagoda was built by 2 Buddhist monks: Tri Kien and Tri The. When entering the pagoda, you will have to pass over a stone bridge and go through a beautifully decorated gate. Once you pass through the Bich Dong Pagoda gate you will find yourself in an oasis of tranquility. Take your time to admire and explore the place

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The natural landscape of Tam Coc runs in a small rowing boat plying the River Ngo Dong, where in addition to the impressive landscape we can also contemplate the rice fields. This zone of Vietnam has more than 350 hectares (including Tam Coc and Bich Dong).Undoubtedly the most impressive of Tam Coc are rice fields when at its best, with a bright green with yellow, ending in the beginning of the cliffs of the rock formations.We call the paddy fields of Tam Coc as the Green...

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Situated in Truong Yen commune, Hoa Lu district, Ninh Binh province, far about 100 km from Hanoi capital to the south, Hoa Lu Ancient Capital is specially the national-level important cultural-historical relics. This is also the first capital of the centralized feudal state in Vietnam with numerous historical landmarks. Though having been chosen as the capital of Dai Co Viet (an old name of Vietnam) for a short time - within 42 years, Hoa Lu Ancient Capital witnessed such...

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Far about 82 km from Hanoi capital to the south, Van Long Nature Reserve is situated in the north of Gia Vien District, Ninh Binh province.As the transition region between the plain and the mountainous region, the reserve retains the diverse and varied terrain, including a tropical forest ecosystem in karst and the vast system of marshes. Heaving rock islands standing in immense waters has turn Van Long into a unique complex and charming landscapes, a great potential land in...

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Perched 1,500m high on a mountain, a hill resort inherited from the French, Ba Na Hills provides a welcome change from the coast. The site was first developed by the French in the 1920s, who escaped the summer heat for its cool, mountain air. Given the weather, you may have to content yourself with a more atmospheric scene of mountains wreathed in mist, but while it’s raining on the lower slopes, the summit may be above the clouds, enjoying brilliant view from the...

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Amazing experience to conquer the top of Indochina – Fansipan Mount Peak in Sapa, by cable car, just have a seat tight in a cabin, within only 15 minutes, you will reach the top of Fansipan at 3,143m high. Recently opened for tourists, the cable route has welcomed thousands of visitors coming to Sapa to make their dream of conquering the highest Indochina peak to be real.In the past, Fansipan normally takes climbers two days to cross the challenging route to...

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This stream flows between two mountains for 3km. However, sitting on the boat and enjoying travel along landscape, tourists may feel that this stream is endless. During the festive season, the stream is full of boats carrying pilgrims who have come to enjoy the landscape of Huong Son mountain in Perfume Pagoda complex.Traveling along Yen Stream, tourists pass by landscapes, many of which are named according to their forms. On the left is Phoenix Mountain there is also Doi...

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But Thap Pagoda

 Bac Ninh

Located on the bank of Duong River, But Thap Pagoda has been recognized as the national cultural historic relic, which makes it an important place for pilgrims and also a tourist attraction.

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Dau Pagoda

 Bac Ninh

Witnessing the ups and downs of Vietnamese history for many centuries, Dau pagoda is considered as one of the oldest Vietnamese Buddhist pagodas with its antiques and materials, which are still preserved today.

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Located on the southern side of the Duong river, about 40km to the east of Hanoi, Dong Ho Painting Village is one of the villages that preserves ancient cultural relics of Kinh Bac area (Red river delta, north of Vietnam).

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Bat Trang ceramic village has become a popular destination for the young living in Hanoi to visit during weekends. It has also become famous among foreign tourists who want to understand more about the historical and traditional values in each handicraft product.

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There is no doubt that food is one of the best way to immersing yourself in local culture. Hanoi Foodie tour by night takes loving food souls from around the world to the corners of the Old Quarter, tasting its authentic local street food such as Nom Bo Kho (dry beef salad)- a familiar snack of street foods family, “Nem Ran” (Spring Roll) - one of the most typical Vietnamese food, “Pho Cuon” (Stuffed pancake) - rice pancakes stuffed with pork , “Pho”- most...

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Motorbike City Tours Hanoi offers one of the best way travel to get closer to the places we visit, our Hanoi Motorbike City Tours pretty lady drivers and enthusastic guide all speak English well will give our Motorbike trip passengers interesting information of Hanoi with historical background of each place off the normal tourist path.Our Motorbikes are the latest model Automatic Honda Lead 2018 with Combi breaking system, LED and the most environment friendly Motorbike in...

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This interesting trip gives you a great oportunity to visit Dong Ho folk painting village. The ancient Dong Ho painting village is a famous village of folk paintings, belonging to Song Ho commune, Thuan Thanh district, Bac Ninh province, about 25 km from Hanoi. Dong Ho village (sometimes the locals only call it Ho village) is located on the south bank of Duong River. Dong Ho painting - The quintessence of attractive and unique Vietnamese folk culture in colors,...

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Pick up your bike and start cycling along the Red River & Duong river dike, one of the best way to see and experience the beauty, the people, and the culture of the country and it will be a great chance for travelers to explore Vietnam in an active way. The route is a good mix of rice paddy fields and local houses of rural Hanoians and local people in Bac Ninh province, who have settled down and earned their lives in the Red river delta for many years....

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Lung Tam village in Lung Tam Commune is tucked away under the foot of hills in Quan Ba District in Ha Giang Province. This village is known for its long-standing traditional craft of brocade weaving. The art of making linen fabric has been passing from generations to generations in Lung Tam. Visiting the village, you will see linen products everywhere: drying out in the sun, whirring on family looms, and also have a fascinating opportunity to get a better knowledge of how to...

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Thai ethnic minority still preserve the traditional dance that used to be performed at an only special occasion like Tet (Vietnamese New Year), spring festival, wedding ceremony, and others. Though the lifestyle has changed a bit, this type of dance still has as much meaning today as it did then. The dance reflects the love between a couple, their love with the home village, and the wishes for good rice harvest and happiness. Visit Mai Chau, you will have an amazing chance...

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Cycling is an ideal choice to watch and witness the fascinating and visually stunning part of Mai Chau. You will first start from Pom Coong village and then cycle along the alluring rice paddies on either side to Cha Long and Tong Dau villages to a true example of authentic experience. In addition, you will have a unique opportunity to observe the local way of life of Thai ethnic minority and get away from a hustle and bustle street life in Hanoi. 

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This beautiful pass is also known as White Stone Pass which is very popular with tourists due to the terrific landscape along the way. Of all the best passes in Vietnam, Thung Khe Pass stands out from the crowd for its rugged mountain and the gorgeous scenery. In addition, this is a great ideal place to stopover on your way to Mai Chau valley as you will have a great opportunity to enjoy the spectacular view of the valley below and can also visit a small local market where...

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