Travelling to Hanoi city offers delicious street food that can be found everywhere and is an integral part of the livelihoods of many locals in the city.
Hanoi after Dark tour @5pm in person
Highlights of this experience:
- Lively Hanoi nightlife atmosphere
- Fresh local beer and snacks
- Hanoi background and cultural stories
- Hidden spot, cafe and alleyways
Hanoi as the night falls
If you are looking for something to do for your great evening in Hanoi, Hanoi After Dark Tour is exactly what you need!
A True local experience. Enjoy the vibrant nightlife of Hanoi and have a great time exploring some special local spots. Visit must-see places and hidden alleyways and a special cafe, enjoy local traditional food tastings, while admiring what this charming city’s got to offer after dark.
This is a great combination of Vietnam history, culture, people and the local flavor. You will explore some hard-to-find spots, learn some lovely local stories while savoring Vietnamese favorite foods and drinks.
Come join us for a fun time!
Duration: 2-2.5hrs hours
Time: 5:00pm meeting
Group Size: 2-15 people
Meeting place: In front of St. Joseph’s Cathedral (40 Nhà Chung, Hàng Trống, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội). At the fence in front of the church.
Private/Customized Tour: Available Upon Request.
Meet up with your lovely local guide in front of St. Joseph Cathedral, at the fence and the church. After a warm welcome and a brief run through on the itinerary. Enjoy some of the local stories that make Hanoi’s old town so special. Discover the story of How the oldest church in Hanoi came about, hear about how a family was rewarded for supporting the communist party in the early days before the war. Get some insiders tips for your time in Hanoi. Take a stroll through the narrow streets and alleys.
Family Secret Cafe
Get ready to be taken to one of Hanoi’s best-kept secrets, a small cafe that has been around for three generations.
Shortest street of Hanoi
Only 52 meters long, the name of the shortest street is similar to another name of Sword Lake that is located opposite and is a symbol of Hanoi. Try a vietnamese favourite dish of shredded young papaya with beef jerky.
The temple of the Jade Mountain
Explore the amazing temple of the Jade Mountain, was to oppose the evil, After this place was converted into a Buddhist temple, finally remodeled into a temple today.
Water Puppet Theatre
Hear the famous story of the tradition of the water puppet theatre, as it stems from a time when rice paddy fields were flooded and villagers would make entertainment by standing in the waist-deep water with the puppets performing over the water.
Statue of Lady Freedom
Hear the story behind the memorial statues. There are 3 in total in the old town that share this story about the battle of Hanoi that took place in 1946.
Tien Ha Phat Loc Buddhist temple
This is one of the temples in Hanoi with Nguyen Trung Ngan Temple 1289-1370, a name of Trang Dynasty. The architecture of the temple is in Cong Style. You will have a visit to this very hidden temple that not many tourists get to see.
Party centre of Hanoi
After the sacred temple. Stroll down the street and finish up your tour at the party center of Hanoi – Beer Corner.
Do it like a local
When you enjoy the city like a local, you also eat as the locals do. Let your guide introduce you to popular authentic food, local beer, snacks and savor a refreshing egg coffee with a local atmosphere.
Be ready to experience the essence of Hanoi’s nightlife: from the lively atmosphere to wonderful street food and beautiful sights!