Car rental in hanoi
(about Ha Noi, Vietnam, added on Aug 3, 2011)
Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam since the 11th century dazzles visitors its unique blend of oriental lifestyle, French colonial architecture, tree-lined boulevards and peaceful lakes. Still retaining a charming air from its colonial days, visitors are often impressed with the quietness and subtle beauty of Hanoi.
Start the tour by visiting Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Museum. Enjoy the architectural and historical aspects of Uncle Ho's final resting-palace. Just next door is Ho Chi Minh's house on stilts where he used to live in the past. Lying to one side of the Mausoleum is the One Pillar Pagoda, built by King Ly Thai To in 1049 the structure has become an important symbol for the people of Hanoi. Continue to visit the Quan Thanh Temple (Taoist, dating from the Ly Dynasty) and Buddhist Tran Quoc Pagoda on West lake (One of the oldest in Vietnam). Lunch time proceed to visit the Ethnology Museum, continue to visit the Literature Temple and Quoc Tu Giam - Vietnam's first University constructed in 1070, Its gardens and well-preserved architecture offer a relaxing glimpse into Vietnam's past. After that we will take you to Hoan Kiem Lake, see the peaceful water, and visit Ngoc Son Temple. End the trip.
Start at the hotel at 8:00AM and go to Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum - One Pillar Pagoda - Quan Thanh Temple - Buddhist Tran Quoc Pagoda - Ethnology Museum - Quoc Tu Giam - Hoan Kiem Lake, see the peaceful water, and visit Ngoc Son Temple. End the trip at 5:00PM.
7 - Seat car: USD 60/car
15 - Seat car: USD 75/car
25 - seat bus: USD 120/bus
Service include: expense for fuel, toll fee, parking fee, allowances for driver. Exclusive of Entrance fee, Personal expenses, drinks.
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