We might have heard far a lot about travelling in Hanoi, ambitious foodies could visit, where to immerse in amusement centers or which tourist destinations are worth your visit. But for Hanoians, thosed mentioned activities are not enough. It is spiritual values, culture, people, life pace or customs that matter much more. So are you fascinated about immersing in Hanoi life? Join Whatsup Vietnam walking tour around the Old Quarter with our enthusastic and knowledgeable guides!
Meeting point: 24 Nghia Tan Str., Cau Giay, Hanoi
Stop 1: Shop around a true local market and learn about traditional medicine
Stop 2: Wander through the streets and learn how the houses are built
Stop 3: Check out a local square where locals laugh, play, eat and cook!
Stop 4: Climb up an authentic apartment building to get a closer look at home life
Stop 5: Discover a local school and hear the shocking differences between school cultures
Stop 6: Stroll through a lively park filled with activities and outdoor life
Stop 7: Get lucky in love at a temple where locals prey for romance and love
Stop 8: Find a true hidden temple in the midst of some nature
Stop 9: See unexpected graveyard displayed between housing blocks and alleyways
END: Finish on a high in a secret garden cafe for a traditional egg coffee
Things to bring & to know
Some cash in Vietnamese Dong/ USD for personal expenses.
Sun block or insect repellent, sport shoes, sun cream, raincoat and sun hat, etc.
Bring something warm clothes to wear (from Dec till Mar).
Shorts, mini skirts or sleevless shirts are not recommended
Any special request (diet or vegetarian,etc.) should be sent before your departure date.
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According to WhatsUp Vietnam Policies, you are supposed to bear all expenses during the tour.
Master/ Visa Card -
Days : 1 | Nights : 0 | Hours : 4
Hotel pickup and drop off
All meals and drinks
Tips and Gratuities
Ricky 08/12/2019 9.2 / 10
The guides brought us around the old quarter and French Quarter on foot. We visited Hoan Kiem lake and the Temple, Heritage house, ancient house and then some really unusual places we would not have found ourselves. Plus they helped us to learn how to negotiate the traffic which made us feel more confident in the following days! They knew a lot about the city and answered all our questions. To finish they showed us somewhere to eat Bun Cha which was delicious. I would highly recommend this tour, and i defenitely introduce it to my friends