Hanoi -The Capital of Vietnam, one of the most beautiful of the colonial Indochinese cities, is often the start or end point of a trip to Vietnam. You will be always welcomed at our office in Hanoi as the start point of your memorable trip with us and meet our local experts in a warmly family atmosphere . Contact us right now at [email protected] to get more detail. Find several helpful information about Hanoi, things to do in Hanoi on our blog or Read more: Tips for visiting Hanoi.
Chua Huong is the overall architectural harmony which creator endowed for humans. There have many temples, mountains, hills, streams, forests which natural brings to this land. Natural beauty blends with hand labor of human create a beautiful landscape. However, Chua Huong's festival is an indispensable beauty in the traditions of Vietnam because this is the place to keep the traditional cultural values of ethnic and this is the journey back to the realm of Buddha of Vietnamese. Moreover, enjoy Perpune pagoda day trip, you will feel beautiful scenes, peaceful and mystical Buddhist culture of our country.
Visiting the ancient village and pagodas which is the most famous site in Hanoi, Vietnam. During this tour, you can discover the first ancient village recognized as a national relic by the Ministry of Culture and Information. Coming to two picturesque pagdodas, built into dramatic limestone outcroppings in the middle of green rice fields, will give you the really beautiful and peaceful places, and show you the early construction here dates from 8th and 11th century in North Vietnam. Read more: 4 reasons for visiting Duong Lam ancient village
Ba Vi mountain range consists of 3 adjacent to the mountain stream flowing Da Giang creating Tan Vien mountain populations spectacular. This can be regarded as rare evidence proving the legend in the area of Son Tinh - Thuy Tinh. Choosing this tour, you will climb to Uncle Ho’s Temple where was built in 1999 – one of the highest mountains in Ba Vi mountain range. In addition, visiting the broken Church and prisons where The French built to imprisoned the hostages.