07h30 – 8h30: Car and guide pick you up at the hotel in the Hanoi old quarter or at the meeting point – Opera House.
8:30: Start to visit Tran Quoc Pagoda, a temple with a long history in Hanoi on West Lake, the pagoda was built in the 6th century in the Ly Dynasty (544-548).
9:30: visit the Ho Chi Minh Complex, the resting place of beloved Uncle Ho of the Vietnamese people.
11:30: Visit the Temple of Literature, which is called the first university of Vietnam, an attractive tourist destination for domestic and foreign tourists.
12:30: Have lunch at a restaurant with Vietnamese dishes.
14h00: Use the bicycle to visit Bat Trang Pottery Village, where you can learn about making pottery here.
15h30: Continue to ride bike along the Red River to see the local life with fields of banana, guava, vegetable and flower fields …
17:30: Return you to the hotel in the old town. Tour ends!
Information about places to visit:
Ho Chi Minh Complex
Today the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is one of the tourist attractions attracting many domestic and foreign tourists to visit. Next, you will be able to visit Ho Chi Minh Museum to learn more about the life and career of President Ho Chi Minh and other places in the complex such as the house of Uncle Ho and his garden, and the One Pillar Pagoda nearby.
Van Mieu Quoc Tu Giam – Vietnam’s first university
In the journey to discover the capital of Hanoi by bicycle, you will be able to visit the Temple of Literature. This is one of the ancient architectural works, built relatively scale and still exists to this day in the capital. The historical monument of Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam covers an area of 54,331m2 and is considered as the first University of Vietnam.
Bat Trang – Essence of pottery and porcelain village of Hanoi
Bat Trang pottery village belongs to Gia Lam district, more than 10km from the center of Hanoi capital to the southeast. Bat Trang pottery village has existed for over 500 years. There are many fun activities to explore, especially riding buffaloes to travel around the village, making products your own hands … Bat Trang is also a paradise of ceramic objects; pottery here is both cheap and beautiful, you can buy souvenir pottery or make it yourself.