Leave the busy city behind and have a short break to explore the outskirt of Hanoi. Surrounded by the green lush Vietnamese countryside, fresh air, there are several handicrafts villages well-known for their beautiful pottery, folk painting and wood carving products. Let’s discover the tradition of artisanal handicrafts by visiting Bat Trang, Dong Ho and Dong Ky villages.
Tam Coc, often described as the inland version of Halong Bay, is best appreciated on a languorous row-boat ride with the soundtrack of the river lapping against the oars. With limestone outcrops amid serene rice paddies, Tam Coc is at its best from late May to late June when the crops turn yellow against the emerald river water. The tour also introduces Hoa Lu, the ancient capital of Vietnam
Majestic and mysterious, inspiring and imperious; words alone cannot do justice to the natural wonder that is Halong Bay. For travelers that are running short of time but still want to have a vision of this World Heritage breathtaking beauty, let’s join us in a full day group tour on Alova cruise to have an overview of Halong Bay with 4-hour cruising on the bay.
On June 23rd 2014, Trang An scenic landscape complex was officially recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, become Vietnam’s first site to be acknowledged as a mixed natural and cultural property. Spend a day there to immerse in nature beauty of Trang An Grottoes and learn about Vietnam history by visiting Hoa Lu old capital
Hanoi, a city of more than 1,000 years history, the antique & dynamic capital of Vietnam, the elegance of the old colonial buildings or the mish-mash of the narrow streets in the Old Quarter sit easily with more modern additions. Join us today to explore hidden charm of this beautiful city.