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A mesmerizing hanoi through a night bike tour experience

In contrast to a noisy and bustling Hanoi during the day, at night Hanoi dons a cloak of enchanting beauty that captivates the heart and awakens the wanderlust of the youth.

A night tour exploring Hanoi offers an unforgettable experience

Officially one of the top 15-night tour products in Hanoi, the Hanoi night bike tour is a favorite among the youth. With the theme “Thang Long – Hanoi Night,” participants can choose from two available routes. The first journey explores Hanoi’s cultural and historical heritage, starting from the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum to the Hanoi Flag Tower, Thang Long Imperial Citadel, Ba Dinh Square, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, and ending at the Quán Thánh Temple and the combined culinary and pedestrian area of Ngoc Island – Ngu Xa.

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a-mesmerizing-hanoi-through-a-night-bike-tour-experience

The second route starts at the National Museum of History, passing by the Opera House, Bac Bo Revolutionary Site, North Gate, Hanoi Flag Tower, Thang Long Imperial Citadel, Ba Dinh Square, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, the National Assembly Building, Presidential Palace, Quán Thánh Temple, Tran Quoc Pagoda, and ending at the combined culinary and pedestrian area of Ngoc Island – Ngu Xa.

During the 90-120 minute tour, participants experience the cultural and historical depth of Vietnam, admire ancient French architecture, and enjoy the culinary specialties of pho cuon and fried rice paper rolls at the Ngu Xa culinary area.

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a-mesmerizing-hanoi-through-a-night-bike-tour-experience

Unlike motorbike tours, double-decker bus tours, cyclo tours, or electric car tours, which are already familiar, the night bike tour offers a unique experience. With the urban design of the Old Quarter featuring many alleys and streets, cycling allows participants to capture everyday moments that might be missed with other means of transportation. Biking around the streets is also a green living solution, capturing all the interesting moments of Hanoi. Previously, some travel companies organized night bike tours that received much love. Capitalizing on the popularity of night tourism products, Hanoi’s tourism industry is focused on developing new tour products to present a fresh image of Hanoi, contributing to the spread of a friendly and attractive city. This also helps dispel the notion that only international tourists, researchers, and historians visit museums.

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a-mesmerizing-hanoi-through-a-night-bike-tour-experience

In addition to the night tours that have become Hanoi’s brand, such as Decoding the Thang Long Imperial Citadel, Night Tour of the Hoa Lo Prison Relic, Decoding the Thang Long Imperial Citadel, Vietnam Literature Museum; the “Legend of Youth” program at the Vietnamese Women’s Museum; and the “Essence of Taoism” night tour at the Temple of Literature – Quoc Tu Giam, the “Thang Long – Hanoi Night” bike tour is a promising new product. Historical architectural works are “awakened” by artistic lighting, attracting tourists and filling the “tourism gap” after 6 p.m.

Once described as “Hanoi is perhaps most beautiful at night,” the development of professional and modern night tours presents an opportunity for Hanoi to attract tourists. The goal is to improve the quality of tourism products and enhance destinations associated with heritage and historical sites, and craft villages.

Are you interested in renting a bicycle?

If you want to rent a bicycle, come to 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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