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One day tours
With its tree-lined boulevards and lakes, its blend of French, Chinese and Vietnamese architecture, Hanoi is the jewel of Asia. Charming pagodas and the “36 streets and 36 wares” of the fascinating Old Quarter will vie for your attention.
It is always worth having the day trips to Hanoi’s surroundings for refreshment away from the city noise. Ninh Binh is really outstanding to many other satellite areas since this has lots of attractions, we could not cover all the sites there but to be taken back to the 10th century when visiting the ancient capital and next is our great boat row along the stunning landscape, along the rice paddies and through many caves.
Perfume pagoda is the one of the most important religious sites of Buddhism in Vietnam.The pagoda itself was built into limestone sliffs and only can be reached by boat or on foot, as there are no roads in the area. This one day trip include gliding along lovely stream, walking uh hill, discovering the Vietnamese Buddhism, and enjoy the fresh air of countryside.
Duong Lam ancient Village has been known as a museum of surviving laterite (red clay formed from weathered basalt found in northern Vietnam) with ancient houses aged up to 400 years old. After the recognition of Hoi An ancient town and Hanoi Old Quarter, Duong Lam was recognized as a national relic in 2005. Visiting Duong Lam is a journey to trace back the origin of Vietnam's culture and its traditions
Located east of Ninh Binh province, covering almost 2000 hectares, Trang An eco-tourism complex is divided into 5 sections: a specially preserved area – Hoa Lu ancient citadel, a central area, a natural area of grottoes and caves, a tourist service area, and a holy mountain of Bai Dinh area. The total 47 historical vestiges, hidden caves and grottoes in limestone karst, valleys, rivers and streams all together create a fanciful landscape. With hundreds of big and small statutes, numerous categories of architectural works, Bai Dinh – Trang An combined complex is one of the biggest in Vietnam and has become a must–see place for almost travelers these days.