After sunset, Hanoi’s nightlife comes alive. Discover Hanoi after dark when you indulge in this exciting foodie excursion that takes you to some of the nation’s most exciting sights and most delicious restaurants and food vendors. Have children in tow? No problem! This tour can easily become child-friendly. so you don’t have to miss out on a moment of adventure! Now hop on your Vespa — it’s time to hit the town!
- 4 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 6:00 PM
- Inquire for Transportation
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English,Vietnamese
Hanoi, Vietnam is one of the nation’s most bustling and vibrant cities, and for good reason. Between Old Quarter, the French architecture of the colonial era, amazing museums, and delicious cuisine, you’re hardly pressed to find something interesting to do. But did you know that the Hanoi you see during the day is just a fraction of what city life is really like? For the most authentic experience, see what the locals get up to after sunset…
Your tasty tour is made even more exciting by making your journey on a Vespa. Enjoy zooming all over the city to see amazing sights and sample delicious dishes. Your awesome itinerary includes:
Safe and professional Vespa drivers will pick you at your hotel and transfer you to Vintage Motor Cafe. Here, you will enjoy a welcome beverage while your guide briefs you on your itinerary and safety practices.
Your adventure officially begins when you take a short ride to a restaurant in the village of Ngu Xa to taste Pho Cuon (steamed rice paper rolled with friend beef and salad, served with a dipping sauce, young papaya, and spices). You’ll also have the opportunity to try additional foods such as Pho Chien Phong (stir fried steamed rice paper with beef, bok choy, and pho tron — mixed noodle).
Depart the restaurant for a lovely ride along Thanh Nien Road, which separates Truc Bach Lake and West Lake. It’s a serene and romantic moment.
Time for a stop at Cha Ca restaurant, where you’ll enjoy grilled fish fillets mixed with basil, coriander, dill, spring onion, and vegetables, served with rice noodles.
The adventure continues; this time, to Ba Dinh Square and Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.
Walk off some of your goodies as you enjoy a pleasant stroll and watch the changing guard or national flag lowering ceremony. It’s a wonderful opportunity to take part in one of the nation’s traditions, and appreciate the reverence in which Ho Chi Minh is held.
Ride past colonial architecture and Old Quarter before you arrive at some of the city’s night bars. Enjoy a libation whilst you jam to rock, or sway to Vietnamese love songs or jazz. You can even get up on stage if you’re feeling particularly fearless thanks to your ‘liquid courage’. If you’re not feeling that brave, you can cheer on local entertainers performing in both Vietnamese and English.
Time to head back for a good night’s sleep at your hotel. Say good night to your guide and thank them for the amazing time you had before your Vespa drivers return you to your accommodations.
One Tasty Trip
Whether you’re heading to Vietnam for a dedicated culinary excursion, or just want to make sure that you sample the nation’s delicious dishes, this tour is an awesome quick-start guide to the nation’s food scene. Enjoy the beauty of Hanoi after hours when you mingle with the locals and feast like them too on this awesome Vespa Tour of Hanoi After Dark.
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Prepare for a delicious adventure when you cruise around Hanoi by Vespa to sample local delicacies. You won’t miss a thing! Best of all, the street foods you’re going to enjoy are favorites of locals, so you can be sure that you’re getting the most authentic experience possible.
Take this tour to see the rural landscape outside of Hanoi. Your guide will also take you over the historic Long Bien Bridge, which dates back to the early 20th century but endured heavy damage during the Vietnam War. This tour also takes you to a local farm, where you’ll help gather ingredients to make a meal. In total, you’ll cover 9 miles .