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Private Full-Day Hanoi City Tour
"The tour will begin with a pick up customer from your Hotel. We will first visit Ho Chi Minh Complex: Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum his house on stilt the botanical garden and the Presidential palace while learning about his life and revolutionary activities. After 1954 it was named the Presidential Palace and became the place where Ho Chi Minh lived and worked until he passed away in1969. On t the pagoda was destroyed by the French before their withdrawer. After taking over the city on October 10th 1954 Vietnam Ministry of Culture restored the pagoda. The pagoda of today remains since this restoration.11:00 AM:Arriving at the Temple of Literature. This is the combination of the Confucius Temple worshiping Confucius which was built in 1070 and th this temple and its beautiful garden provide an opportunity to learn more about education in Vietnam since 1000 years ago until recent history.12:00 PM: Lunch time in local Restaurant with local Vietnamese traditional Cuisines.01.00 PM : the lake got its name according to a legend story. In the 15th century during the Ming Chinese invasion
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Highlights of Hanoi Full-Day City Tour
"Morning pick-up from your hotel inside Hanoi Old quarter from 8 to 8:30 am by our tour guide and bus driver.In the morning you will visit:Tran Quoc pagoda the oldest pagoda of North Vietnam (over 1400 years) lying on lakeside of West lake the largest lake of Hanoi. A short stopover for taking photos. You will know more about typical architecture of North Vietnam pagoda.Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum Ho Chi Minh stilt-house relating to the life of Vietnam former President Ho Chi Minh from 1945 to 1969. Know more about 1 of 100 most influential people all over the world in the 20th century listed by TIME Magazine.One-Pillar pagoda – The pagoda Wednesday
From $40.00
Hanoi City Full-Day Private Car Charter and Custom Tour
"We pick you up from your hotel or your requested address in Hanoi city and take you to go to your requested destinations in Hanoi city such as:Ho Chi Minh Complex which includes Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum – the final resting place of the beloved national hero Uncle Ho – and President Ho Chi Minh’s stilt house where he lived off and on from 1958 to 1969 the Ho Chi Minh Museum where you can learn about this remarkable man and what he did for Vietnam and the world visit the One Pillar Pagoda which is actually a group of structures that collectively make up a pagoda built over the water in the middle of a square lake.Tran Quoc Pagoda on the shore of west lake. From there it’s onto the Temple of Literature
From $50.00

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Ethnic clothes and more

There is one part of Mai Chau where the street is lined with souvenir stalls on each side of the road. Ethnic clothes, weapons, purses, bags and more are for sale, but remember to bargain hard. We...
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Colorful traditional garments - house decorations

These colorful traditional garments are great for house decorations like table & pillow cloth... or just hang them on the blank boring walls ;-) A few bucks for a piece of table cloth!
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While trekking or hiking in the mountains around Mai Chau valley there will be ample opportunities to take some interesting photographs, so make sure that you have spare batteries for your camera. If...
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Stilt House

It is amazing to watch the locals at work when they are constructing their houses as they do not use any nails. The timber is carefully chiseled to make holes where the wood is slotted together. First...
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Bike Ride

Most of the resorts in Mai Chau have bicycles that are included in the room rate if you are staying there or are on a tour. The bikes leave a lot to be desired and are not maintained very well, brakes...
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Fresh Fish

The ethnic minority people never have a problem if they want to eat fish as most people have a fish pond on their land where they breed fish. Quite often there will be lilies in the fish pond or even...
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Most of the women of the White Thai and Black Thai ethnic groups know how to weave using machines that have not changed much in centuries. As you wander around Mai Chau and the surrounding villages...
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Local Drink

At many of the resorts in Mai Chau there are dances performed by the local ethnic groups and at the end of the evening guests are encouraged to taste the local RUOU CAN using a thin, long bamboo tube....
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