Experience Hanoi the way the locals do
Most tourists stay in Hanoi Old Quarter, which is conveniently located for walking, but you guys will get to explore and experience much more around Hanoi by motorbike
During a 4 and a half hour ride, you will have an amazing chance to sample Hanoi delicacies and explore hidden gems of Hanoi that would be inaccessible by car or hard to find on foot.
Guides pick you up at your hotel and begin the culinary adventure at the first place where Mr president Obama had Bun Cha (grilled pork belly and rice noodles) and then head to French Old Quarter to visit Opera house, French university, hotel to see how different from Hanoi old Quarter. From here, keep riding along the ceramic road (longest mural in the world) and cross the historic bridge Long Bien, we stop on the bridge to explore another side of Hanoi.
Then, time for the next food called Fresh rice roll that is served in the restaurant nearby the lake where John McCain parachuted down and taken captive. Not far from here, we go to the biggest lake to see the oldest pagoda in Hanoi.
Keep riding pass Ho Chi Minh complex before back to Hanoi Old Quarter to enjoy more food like Salad and dried beef (Nom) nearby the lake and Banh Xeo (Vietnamese crepes) at the original food stall been serving for over 25 years. We also have an off the beaten path stop among the hustling Hanoi capital like a must visit, a really unique street unlike any other, the Hanoi Train Street.
Our last stop would be a cafe shop hidden in the small lane where tourists would never find on their own. Here we have an egg coffee in Hanoi.
Come with us like friends, feel safe on the back of our bikes and do active the way locals do. Trips bring a more personal one, instead of being with a big group.