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Explorez la dynamique Hanoï avec un guide privé lors d'une excursion d'une journée touristique qui propose tous les points forts de la capitale du Vietnam. Visitez le mausolée de Hô-Chi-Minh, Temple de la Littérature du Vietnam et le musée de l'ethnologie, en plus des sites tels que le pagode à un pilier et Ngoc Son. Vous pourrez également assister à un spectacle de marionnettes aquatiques et observer le vieux quartier de près lors d'une balade en cyclo. Cette excursion comprend un typique et savoureux petit-déjeuner vietnamien et le déjeuner, ainsi que du café vietnamien pour commencer votre journée et une bière locale pour se détendre.
Après que votre guide privé passe vous prendre, commencez votre visite de Hanoi à bord d'un vélo-taxi à trois roues appelé cyclo.
Découvrez le vieux quartier à proximité tandis que votre cycliste traverse le centre historique de la capitale, qui contient des rues étroites et des ruelles remplies de minuscules boutiques et de la vie quotidienne de la ville. Les vieilles rues sont nommées d'après les métiers qui y étaient autrefois fabriqués par des guildes d'artisans qui remontent au XIIIème siècle. Votre excursion en cyclo se termine à la Cathédrale de St Joseph (Nha Tho Lon), un style néo-gothique de l'église catholique construite à la fin du XIXème siècle.
Faites une pause pour un petit-déjeuner typique de Hanoi: trempez-y un bol de Pho bo (soupe de nouilles au bœuf), puis continuez avec une tasse de café vietnamien fort. Votre guide vous apprend la langue pour commander ca phe sua nong (café chaud avec du lait condensé sucré) ou ca phe nong (café noir chaud, généralement avec du sucre).
Après avoir mangé, votre véhicule privé climatisé vous emmène sur la place Ba Dinh, site du palais présidentiel et du ministère des Affaires étrangères. Visitez le mausolée de Ho Chi Minh, la pagode historique à un seul pilier - un temple bouddhiste emblématique datant de 1049, le temple de la littérature, et le pont Long Bien construit pendant la période coloniale française.
Détendez-vous autour d'un déjeuner vietnamien traditionnel dans un restaurant local, puis découvrez le musée vietnamien de l'ethnologie, le Lac Hoan Kiem (à Sword Lake) et Ngoc Son (le temple de Jade Mountain), situé sur un îlot dans le lac. Enfin, votre guide vous accompagne voir un spectacle de marionnettes sur l'eau qui plonge dans la mythologie et les traditions du Vietnam.
Profitez d'un autre régal classique, en buvant une bière locale à Bia Hoi Junction (alias Bia Hoi Corner), avant que votre guide vous ramène à votre hôtel.
We booked this private tour for our family of 6 including 2 children ages 7 and 11. Our tour guide was Chan. Although she was very polite and nice, we would not recommend this tour for the following reasons: 1 Our instructions indicated to be ready no later than 7:45 am, but the tour guide showed up at our hotel at 9:00 am after the hotel called the tour company for an update. If this is a private tour, there is no reason why the tour guide should be late. 2 Our guide was very sweet, but we could not understand her English. 3 We ran out of time to do activities as the tour guide was over one hour late to the hotel. 4 The tour included the water puppet show, but rather than have already the tickets purchased for our family, a significant amount of time was taken from our tour time for the tour guide to go purchase the tickets which were almost sold out in the first place we went to and had to go to a second water puppet show place to get tickets. The tickets should have been purchased already. Overall, I feel the tour company forgot completely about our booking until we placed the call in the morning because we had not been picked up. This tour company is not reliable.
Started out a little shaky. The tour guide was late and there was no breakfast included we did eat at the hotel prior so it was no big deal for us. Our guide turned out to be awesome. Knowledgeable and very friendly. We booked out tour for a Sunday due to how out trip played out. I do not recommend going on a Sunday. Sunday is the day that thousands of people go to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum so we were not able to go in due to the expected four hours or more standing in line. The tour guide and driver adjusted and made it an amazing day. Water puppets and cyclo rides were a great addition to end our day.
This was a wonderful diverse tour. Guide was punctual, well informed and his English was excellent. I can hardly believe we did so much in one day. The Museum of Ethnology was made a high spot by the extremely interesting narrative of the guide. The cyclo tour of the Old Quarter was not to be missed and the Water Puppets was certainly different. A well thought out tour giving a great overview of Hanoi. A tour not to be missed.
I only had a limited time in Hanoi after a business trip and wanted to get out and see the sights. The tour was wonderful, Hanoi with richl history, colour and flavour. Our guide Kien spoke good English and was friendly, informative and helpful. Very impression with tour service
I was not satisfied with this tour. I booked a private tour for the day, but we were joined by another person, who had also booked a private tour and was not happy.
Our guide seemed quite confused as to what was on the agenda for the day i.e. he did not know that breakfast was included, so we spent quite a bit of time looking around for somewhere to eat as most places were closed.
Our guide told us there would be no cyclo ride as none of the cyclos were operating that day. However later in the day we found some cyclos that were operating and after a lot of running around on the part of our guide he managed to get some for us to enjoy the ride through the streets of Hanoi.
Even though we had ordered and paid for 3 water puppet show tickets prior to our departure to Vietnam, our guide said he had to go and buy 2 more tickets for the show even though there was only 1 extra person and this meant that our party of 3 were split up and we were not sitting together.
Our guide kept disappearing during the day, through no fault of his own, to do all this extra planning that should have been in place before the tour began.
I believe the whole day tour was disorganised and lacked structure due to bad planning on the part of your company. Yes I know it was New Years Day, but you knew that when we booked the tour and you should have shown more consideration and planned around that fact.
I do not blame the guide or driver for any of the disorganisation of the day, they did the best they could in bad circumstances.
We had an awful experience with our tour. The guide didn't fullfil what was specified in the tour information. He didn't want to take us for breakfast (even when it was specified in the tour information), he didn't take us to all the specified touristic places in Hanoi, instead he took us to many stores to buy souvenirs; then he wanted us to pay the lunch, but we told him that lunch was included according to the tour information, so he made us pay only the beverages; of course he didn't gave us the water bottles; during the transportation he didn't give us any information about the city; then we went to the Ho Chi Minh museum (because we asked to, even when it was also included) and he didn't explain anything to us, he was sat waiting for us (I have a photo of him) while other guides from others tours were explaining to the tourists. The only thing that he show us was a Ho Chi Minh photo and he said that he was a good person and for that reason he was famous. We suspect that we went to many souvenir stores because the guide wanted to go to the restroom. In addition the guide didn't hace historia official guide badge. Finally, the guide asked for a tip of 50 USD. Of course, we didn't have our local beer. This is the most dissapointing tour we have ever had