Hanoi Foodie Tour

There is no better way of getting to know about a place's culture than discovering its cuisine as “Food is a central activity of mankind and one of the single most significant trademarks of a culture.” said Mark Kurlansky in 'Choice Cuts' (2002). Thus, why not join our wonderful food ...

Hanoi – Duong Lam Ancient Village & Cooking Class

Leave the city center at around 08:00 am to set out on a 2-hour drive for a Duong Lam tour and visit a purely agricultural village of the Northern Red River delta where hundred-year-old houses have been preserved.

Hanoi – Cycling & Charity Tour

Short of time but want to witness a truly lively life of the farmers in outskirt of Hanoi and disabled citizens as well, Hanoi cycling tours combined with the charity one are for you.

Hanoi – Early Bird Cycling Tour

Wake up early this morning and head to the meeting point for a short cycling tour around the city. Start cycling through the tree-lined streets of Hanoi, enjoy its charming beauty with colonial building in the silence of the morning. You will see a totally different Hanoi - no traffic jams, no ...

Hanoi – Ninh Binh (Hoa Lu & Trang An) Day Trip

 A wonderful day in the Ninh Binh tour where boasts of being a backdrop of Hollywood’s blockbuster will deliver plenty of levels of emotion.


Hue – DMZ Day Trip

With our Hue DMZ tour, you will have a full day to learn about local life and history by visiting the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) in Quang Tri. Driving along the Highway No 1, we will first visit Hien Luong Bridge and Ben Hai River which are located on the 17th Parallel dividing Vietnam into North and ...

My Son At Sunrise

Early this morning, you will travel for 40km out of Hoian to visit the My Son Sanctuary - once the capital of Champa Kingdom during the period from 4th to 13th century AD.  Please advise your hotel to prepare a breakfast box for you as the tour starts early at 05:30 am so we can enjoy this My ...

Day Trip: Traveling Back in Time in Hanoi

This Vietnam off-the-beaten-track tour will bring you back in time by visiting the lesser known 200-year-old Nom Village of the Red River Delta, the thousand-year-old citadel, the exotic “train street”, and the old charming Long Bien Bridge. You will also have the chance to try one of ...