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Experienced Experts. Always try the best when we are your foodie guide, we know every alley and understand ever smallest corner of smallest street. And all over, we do love Hanoi cuisine and always wanted to show the world our love.
Hanoi is captivating with its mysterious beauty that is best taken in slowly. People said that: “You can’t leave Hanoi without knowing and having a sip of the famous Vietnamese coffee”. If you are a coffee enthusiast, don’t miss trying out a good cup of black, milk or even egg coffee in Hanoi. You can do this as easily as with a well-placed order in a roadside coffee shack, a cafe, or restaurant, but you can also go on a tour.
Come with us to the most unique and well-hidden coffee spots in Hanoi while learning about this city’s culture along the way.
Get a primer on the Vietnamese art of coffee and tea making during this small-group workshop. Act as an apprentice to your guide, a master coffee and tea brewer, allowing you to learn the best techniques. Brew your own coffee and tea, then take a moment to relax and sip your handmade drink, accompanied by a chat about the culinary culture and tea and coffee rituals in Vietnam.
The Coffee Tour - Jude's Signature.
It's not about a cup of coffee, It's about the story behind it.
Hanoi is famous among travellers and coffee lovers around the world for it's special coffee. It's different from the look, the taste and the way we enjoy it.
What makes Vietnamese Coffee so special? Why it's so different from the rest of the world?
The answer is within our culture, our history, our way of life. We use a METAL filter instead of a steam machine, we use condense milk instead of sugar, Robusta beans instead of Arabica, we sip the coffee instead of drinking it, we sit together instead of personal spaces. Everything make Vietnamese coffee so special.
Walk with me, let me tell you the stories, let's appreciate the history together.
Walk with me, enjoy our coffee.
Unleash your inner Anthony Bourdain on this small-group food tour that’s also an introduction to Hanoi’s Old Quarter. Discover the different types of local markets, learn why the street chairs are so low, and sample a range of dishes you couldn’t even fit in when flying solo.
Learn the art of Vietnamese cooking and get hands-on as you create tasty local dishes. Visit a local villa, enjoy a guided visit to the neighbourhood market, then take part in a cooking class with a professional chef. After learning to make various different dishes, sit down to enjoy a multiple-course lunch or dinner, accompanied by regional wines.
This is a great combination between local food, drinks and unique experience! You will have a chance to walk around and visit from a beautiful and fancy sky bar in the Old Quarter to some hidden gems that you will never find it yourself. Moreover, One Night in Hanoi brings you to try a special cocktail " Pho Cocktail" and some taste of Vietnam Craft Beer.
If you are a little worried about eating food in the old Quarter in Hanoi, then this is a Must Do! With hundreds of food places in this area, it's difficult to know which are good to eat or not. There are definitely one's that you should not venture into, but with this Food on Foot Tour, be confident that Halong Tours Booking has vetted the places you go to, and allow yourself to experience fantastic local speciality flavours. Put this tour on your list of 'must do'.
**Food on Foot Tour Hanoi**
Tour start every night 16:00 to 22:00 tour with beautifull vintage vespa and proffesional team will take you to see hanoi nighlife, and enjoy the most famous the traditional food in hanoi where you will try and eat Bun Cha Obama, and Nem, Pho Cuon, and many different dishes, our vintage vespa riders will take you through most beautiful street in hanoi for your get great picture,of hanoi night life, enjoy egg coffee, and fun at local life music bar with delicious drinks
This tour is a great combination between street food and walking tour in the Old Quarter of Hanoi Capital. While strolling to the dining points, you will get to know more about Vietnames history, culture and local lifestyle from your experienced tour guide. This tour is not only about food but also the authentic experience and stories of our cuisine. We hope you will be left with the answer to “what makes Hanoi different from anywhere else in Vietnam?”
Have you heard Hanoi Railway? I believe that you will heard before however, please try one more time to stand in the middle of railway to wait for a coming train(Are you crazy?) Are you asking me that? Feel free to try as we will know for sure when is the train coming?
Let's discover with us. You not only experience Hanoi railway coffee, Hanoi real life of local people but also the history, culture of Vietnam - Lovely country.
Bat Trang is one of the most well-known traditional handicraft villages in Vietnam. Traditional Ceramics village with history of seven centuries, is an interesting attraction in Hanoi that tourists should not ignore.
With more than 10years working in factory in bat trang village, we know how to guide and bring more experience for customer , The customers can explore in our factory and work with our employee , that why our tour is very different with other
Explore Glaze factory and hand made, hand painted factory
visit Old Kiln
Doing Ceramics class
Discover Ancient village
Go off the beaten track from Halong Bay to lesser-known Bai Tu Long Bay on this 2-day cruise. You’ll visit fishing villages and islands aboard a luxury junk with personalized service by an expert crew. Explore by kayak, relax on the sundeck and take part in activities like morning tai chi. Enjoy luxury accommodation in a sea-view cabin plus meals in the elegant dining room.
Take a ride on a ubiquitous means of transport in Vietnam: the scooter. Zip around the city on a half-day sightseeing tour of Hanoi, with your own personal guide in the driver’s seat. You’re introduced to Hanoi's daily life and food tastings at a restaurant. Visit the Hanoi Opera House, Temple of Literature, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, and Tran Quoc Pagoda, and St. Joseph's Cathedral in the Old Quarter and West Lake.
Within only 3 hours, you can join this wonderful trip by discovering Hanoi not only by its landscapes, historical sites or unique architectures but also should be sweetly conquered by its hidden charm and enriched culture of traditional arts and Hanoian street food. You have chance to experience the local daily life while enjoying their typical foods and specialities!
• Feast your senses with different flavors of food.Taste 9 best Hanoi’s food specialties including : dried beef with papaya salad, Pho Bo ( local beef with rice noodle), Banh Cuon ( Steam Rice pancake with pork), Banh Goi ( Pillow Cake), Che Trai Cay ( Mixed fresh fruit), Ca Phe Trung ( Egg Coffee).
• Learn Hanoi’s history, culture via local life and our professional expert guide.
• Privately designed for you and your travel companions only.
Van Phuc Silk Village Hanoi is renowned for its traditional silk weaving techniques and high quality products, making it one of the most visited craft village in Vietnam. Established over a century ago, this tranquil locale is home to massive banyan trees, wells, communal houses, and local artisans producing a wide range of apparel and souvenirs using traditional looms.
Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is known for its centuries-old architecture and a rich culture with Southeast Asian, Chinese and French influences. At its heart is the chaotic Old Quarter, where the narrow streets are roughly arranged by trade. There are many little temples, including Bach Ma, honoring a legendary horse, plus Đồng Xuân Market, selling household goods and street food.
Hanoi city is not only the cultural, economical center with several historical monument, but also is a lovely point to taste the local Vietnamese Food. Hanoi Street Walking Tour’s tour guide not only guide you by feet on street in the Old quarter, sharing a lot of stories about Hanoi city, but also you have a great chance to taste several local foods what makes everyone enjoyable. Let’s book and let us bring you the best local Vietnamese food.
Are you ready for the new experiment, the new way to start up your day? Spending a morning in Hanoi is always a great pleasure, this time window is almost hypnotizing! It’s not as bright as when the Sun peaks at noon time, nor as hot, so instead of overexposing the whole picture of the city, the morning sunshine peaks through the mist, just enough to carefully and warmly light up the horizon, and outlines the city and everything in it within the eyes of the beholders, before you know it folks, you’ve got yourself a live painting being locked in your memories.
This place inspires many fastidious photographers and be voted as the best destination for the romantic shots of Hanoi, it’s beautifully peaceful, it’s calm, it is most definitely Vietnamese.
Our famous “Ao Dai” is available up on request. You can take as many shots as you wish with our traditional costume.
Our tour will begin with a pick up from your hotel. You will be greeted by our friendly local guide and then introduced the safe way of riding motorbike. After a quick briefing, we will start heading out for some poin to take photo for sunset and seightseeing a bit then we take you for delicious food
First stop is the famous Madam Phuong 'banh mi' shop in Hoi An where you will try one of the best Vietnamese sandwiches in Vietnam.
We then vespa will take you to the Hoi An Central Market on the bank of the Thu Bon River. Here, you will enjoy 'Cao Lau' noodles with authentic local taste, a specialty just found in Hoi An.
can can see and meet how local people enjoy the night life, and enjoy the local food, traditional food as you culd not find by your own, see how people do and live by night, enjoy life music, enjoy ride vintage vespa to see hanoi street at night time
Hanoi is jam-packed with cafes as a result of its French colonial heritage. Hanoi’s cafe culture, though, isn’t stuck in the past: it’s experimental and exciting, from the country’s iconic cà phê đá (iced coffee made with condensed milk) to the new and unconventional varieties being made with Vietnamese beans. On this half-day tour, visit a number of Hanoi cafes and experience this rich culinary culture for yourself.