Your guide and driver will pick you up at your hotel, then start your motorbike tour, based on the option you select at booking. If you opt for a private tour, set off on the back of your scooter ridden by a local guide who creates a customizable itinerary. Otherwise, you are taken to cafe meeting point to join your group for a full safety briefing and a sampling of street food to start the tour.
Get a look at Hanoi's major landmarks like the Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem Lake, and Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum as well as less-visited locales. Make a number of short photo stops and learn about the history of each place visited. After that, you will stop at local restaurants for food and unlimited drinks. After lunch or dinner, you are taken back to your hotel.
Option 1: Hanoi Food and Sights Tour (4.5 hours)
You'll be taken to Hanoi's most popular eateries to taste a wide range of local food. En route, see parts of Hanoi that are tucked away from the regular tourist route, such as the 'railway house' and B-52 bomber wreck site at Huu Tiep Lake.
Option 2: Hanoi Night Lights Food Tour (4 hours)
Head out of Hanoi's Old Quarter to nighttime districts that visitors don't normally see. You'll sample an array of food while exploring the Capital at night
Option 3: Custom Private Tour (3 hours)
Experience Hanoi like a local. See the sights you want, try the food you crave, and learn about what interests you most.
Option 4: Hanoi Afternoon Food Tour (4.5 hours)
Be on the back of the scooter ridden by a local tour guide, be taken to Hanoi city's most popular and historic sights & taste a large range of local food over the course of the tour
Option 5: Countryside tour to Bat Trang Pottery Village (4.5 hours)
Bat Trang, a small village in the north of Vietnam, is about 15 kilometers south east of Hanoi center, on the other side of Chuong Duong bridge. Why is its name popular to most tourists to northern Vietnam? The answer is its ever famous ceramic and pottery products of high quality. If you have known about Vietnam, you may not be surprised that Bat Trang’s vases, bowls, dishes, and many other kinds of ceramic products have been exported worldwide.
If you would like to visit a traditional handicraft village of Viet Nam, Bat Trang is exactly your perfect choice.