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We toured the old quarter and really got insights into how people live. Our guide was excellent. We ended with a bowl of pho at the first actual store set up to sell it. Fascinating.
Informative tour. Electric cars were fun for travel in the traffic. Guide was very knowledgeable.
This was an excellent tour. Tony, our tour guide was informative and helpful. We appreciated his readiness to take photos for us (we left our camera at the hotel) and for forwarding the photos to us in Melbourne. The visit to the Thu Huong Lacquerware workshop was the highlight.
Our guide was on time (early in fact) and was very knowledgeable. Was happy to adapt to suit us and he made sure the trip went smoothly at a pace we liked. Good intro and water puppet show was enjoyable.
We took this tour as an introduction to Hanoi on the first day of our holiday and were very glad we did. Finding your way around a new city can be daunting, particularly after 24 hours of travel with not too much sleep! The guide was very good and spoke good English. There were a couple of hiccups - water puppet theatre not booked and electric car tour not booked. The guide spoke to his office and both were resolved. Our experience of guides in Vietnam and Cambodia was mixed, but this young man was one of the best. Provided a lot of information about Vietnam as well as the sites we toured. Never boring. At £75 perhaps a little expensive for a half day tour?
Great sightseeing in the electric car but we really didn't see much of the city
I am completely disappointed with the tour. Absolutely overprice for what you do/see. I paid for 5 hour and hour guide after 3 hours decided that we have already seen everything so he wanted to leave us at the hotel. I asked to see something else so he took us to a market. The place for the noodles is not to the standard of a 65 dollars tour, so when I told the guide that we didn't want to go he gave me 4 dollars back.
I def not recommend this tour.