Hanoi virtual tour brings you the experience from home with our lovely local tour guide to give you an insight of this charming city
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Get ready to explore Hanoi and experience it with your local host by night! Hanoi is unlike any other city — particularly after dark.
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Go off the beaten track to try really special treats, unique finger foods and other delicacies around the town.
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We’re taking you out of the Old Quarter to give you a chance to sample the best Hanoi beers and learn about how they’re made.
Sample food, drinks, and specialty treats from both the north and south of the country, plus craft beer and cocktails.
Vietnamese coffee is an essential staple of everyday life, as well as a social ritual. We at A Taste of Hanoi, would like to introduce the rest of the world to the Vietnamese coffee culture through our tasting experiences.
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Why A Taste Of Hanoi?
A Different Side of Hanoi
We strive to take you off the beaten track to spots in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, hidden gems, and around West Lake on the Sunset motor bike tour. We love to share our great wealth of knowledge of this amazing city and taste some awesome food and drinks along the way.
Options for Vegetarians
We provide a mix of food, history and info on current life in Hanoi. Being a vegetarian is no problem at all, we can very well cater to your needs and make sure you have some fun.
We offer a range of accommodation for private groups down into Vietnam to suit every type of traveler. There are 2-star hotels to 4-star hotels where we can accommodate you, taking the stress out of your adventure. We can help you choose a small-group trip that’s right for you or design a tour for you and your group.
Discovering Vietnamese Food
With more than 1,040 restaurants in Hanoi catering to tourists as well as locals, there’s no lack of opportunity to dine out in Hanoi. Most restaurants offer some Vietnamese dishes, including the local specialties of Bun Cha Hanoi.
Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and the country’s second largest city. In 2009, the population of Hanoi was estimated at 2.6 million for the urban districts and 6.5 million for the metropolitan jurisdiction.