Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and the country’s second largest city. It is known for its centuries-old architecture and a rich culture with Southeast Asian, Chinese and French influences. Besides The Old Quater, Ha noi also has many famous sights such as Hoan Kiem Lake, One pillar pagoda, Temple of Literature,.. Coming to Vietnam without a tour to Ha Noi city is really a big regret. If you want to visit Ha Noi city, but you don’t want to join a group tour, hiring a private car and freely visit the places you want seems to be a good choice. Ha noi city tour with private car will bring you unforgettable memories.
The Price depends on which car you choose and the places you want to visit. Therefore, please contact us to know the exact price.
Include: Private Car, Basic English speaking driver, Guide ( If you require), Petrol, parking fee
Exclude: Meals, Entrance fees, personal fees.
What you have to do is to choose which places you would like to visit. Then, send us an inquiry including the date and time you want to depart and how many people in your group. Upon receiving your email, we will reply to confirm the details of your itinerary and the exact price.
– Our driver will pick you up at your hotel in Ha Noi and transfer to all the places you want to visit.
– After visiting all the places you requested, the car will drop you off at your hotel in Ha Noi. Finish the tour
Below are some famous places in Ha noi that you can choose to visit:
– Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum: Located in the centre of Ba Dinh Square, The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is a large memorial and an important historical attraction of Hanoi, Vietnam. The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum holds the embalmed body of President Ho Chi Minh – the common father/uncle of Vietnamese, who has led the country to independence and reunification. Here, visitors can express their admiration and gratitude towards the president.
– One Pillar Pagoda: The One Pillar Pagoda is a historic Buddhist temple in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. It was originally built by the Emperor Ly Thai Tong who ruled from 1028 to 1054. Built of wood on a single stone pillar, the pagoda was designed to resemble a lotus blossom, the symbol of purity, rising out of a sea of sorrow.
– Tran Quoc Pagoda: Located on a small island near the southeastern shore of Hanoi’s West Lake, Vietnam, Tran Quoc pagoda is the oldest pagoda in Hanoi with its history line of more than 1,500 years. The architecture of this Buddhist center is a subtle combination between the solemn and beautiful landscape on the peaceful and quiet ambiance of West Lake’s surface.
– Hoan Kiem Lake: Hoan Kiem Lake (“Lake of the Returned Sword” or “Lake of the Restored Sword”), also known as Hồ Gươm (Sword Lake), is a lake in the historical center of Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. The lake is one of the major scenic spots in the city and serves as a focal point for its public life. Hoan Kiem Lake is now situated inside a complex of Ngoc Son Temple, The Huc Bridge, Pen Tower in the surroundings, making a sparkling colorful natural beauty.
– Museum of Ethnology: Vietnam Museum of Ethnology in Hanoi offers an insight into the 54 different ethnic groups of Vietnam in an effort to preserve cultural heritage and promote socio-cultural diversity within the country. It is widely considered to be the finest modern museum in Vietnam and a tourist attraction in Hanoi
– Bat Trang Ceramic Village: Located about 13 km from central Hanoi, Bát Tràng is an old and well established village in the Gia Lâm district of Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. It is famous for producing a unique style of ceramics called Bát Tràng Porcelain. Bát Tràng is well known throughout Vietnam for its beautiful ceramics.
– Temple of Literature: The Temple of Literature is about 10 minutes away from Hoan Kiem lake. It was constructed in 1070 under Ly Thanh Tong’s dynasty, first to honor Confucius and nowadays to celebrate the doctorates and high rank scholars of Vietnam. In 1076, King Ly Nhan Tong continued the work and built Quoc Tu Giam as the first university of Vietnam
– Hà Nội Citadel: Part of the history of Vietnam is enclosed in the Citadel of Hanoi. Today it is considered World Heritage by UNESCO since 2010, although at first glance the City of Imperial Thang Long, there is nothing special but it has all the structures, palaces and ruins of a former civilization during the Ly, Tran and Le dynasties.
Note: Every Monday and Friday morning, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Ethnic museums are closed. Ho Chi Minh mausoleum is also closed for two months – October & November.