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3 cycling spots in Hanoi you might not have tried yet

Cycling tourism is increasingly popular due to its many advantages. You can freely pedal around the capital city, stopping wherever you like to experience the local people and scenery of urban life. It’s both economical and a great way to stay fit. If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city without spending too much time, consider spending a weekend cycling to explore the following places:

1. Dong Ngac Ancient Village

Dong Ngac retains traces of the past with moss-covered village gates, sloping brick paths, and centuries-old ancient houses with traditional Vietnamese communal houses. Without traveling far, you can find the peaceful countryside in Hanoi. Cycling through its alleys, stopping at local homes, and enjoying traditional ethnic cuisine in the ancient village will be a delightful experience for those tired of urban noise. This place is developing bike rental services and homestay accommodations within local homes.

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In addition, you can also visit major historical sites along the Red River dyke such as Chem Temple, Nhat Tan Temple, Tay Ho Palace, and villages like Nhat Tao and Lien Ngac.

2. Me Linh Flower Village

Me Linh Flower Village is located approximately 30 km from the city center, on the way to Noi Bai Airport. Here, you’ll enter a world of vibrant colors with various types of flowers such as daisies, and dazzling species like roses, cosmos, peonies, dahlias, and carnations. The best time to visit is when the weather turns slightly cool, either in the early morning or late afternoon, to witness the romantic scenery with misty, dreamy atmospheres. Don’t miss the chance to visit around the Lunar New Year when the flowers are at their peak, offering a perfect opportunity for relaxation, photography, and bringing home fresh, beautiful bouquets to adorn your home.

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Walking through fields of blooming flowers, capturing memorable photos, and bringing back bouquets as gifts truly make the day special.

3. Red River

From the middle of Long Bien Bridge, down the iron staircase towards the direction of Nhat Tan rock bank, you’ll discover a completely different Hanoi from the bustling city center — the middle of the Red River. Known as “Bai Giua,” this is a familiar term for the fertile alluvial strip that emerges in the middle of the Red River, flowing through Hanoi (from Chuong Duong Bridge in Phuc Tan Ward, Hoan Kiem to Nhat Tan Ward, Tay Ho). This place has become well-known among young people in Hanoi for its peaceful and serene beauty, a rare expanse of open sky amidst the city. Spending a day cycling and camping in this “prairie in the capital” will refresh you and effectively relieve stress.

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Cycling here, you’ll be captivated by the poetic and untouched scenery: long stretches of sandy beaches, expansive green meadows, white grass tufts, lush vegetable fields, gently swaying boats on the water’s surface, amidst the clear blue sky, and vibrant flowers. You’ll find yourself falling in love with Hanoi more than ever before.

4. Are you interested in renting a bicycle?

If you want to rent a bicycle, visit us at 128 Yen Hoa St, Tay Ho Dist, Hanoi. With the suggestions provided here for a tour of Hanoi, Hanoi Bike Tour hopes to offer you more options for your day trip in HanoiContact us at (+84) 918889981 or email us at contact@hanoibiketour128.com for the best-priced tours in Hanoi.

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