Immerse yourself in Hanoi's culture and history in this 4-hour scooter tour of the Westlake area in Hanoi. Jump on the back of a scooter and navigate the non-touristy spots of Hanoi. Discover where the locals go for their milk tea by the lake while enjoying the breathtaking sunset. This tour is ideal for those who want to avoid the tourist hotspots of Hanoi and experience something different.
- Explore Westlake (Tay Ho) area of Hanoi
- Visit Tran Quoc Pagoda
- Drive the Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural
- Experience the busy Quang Ba Flower Village
- Enjoy a local vegetarian dinner
- 4 hours
- All year long
- Tran Quoc Pagoda
- Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural
- Quang Ba Flower Village
- Tay Ho Pagoda
The tour starts with a pick up at your hotel at 3 pm, where you'll have a safety briefing from your English speaking female driver. The driver will also give you an introduction to the tour ahead.
The first stop will be at Tran Quoc Pagoda, the oldest Buddhist temple in Hanoi. On the way to Tran Quoc pagoda, you'll pass Thanh Nien Street, known as the greenest street in Hanoi.
Next, you'll drive by Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural, or Hanoi Ceramic Road, recognized by Guinness World Records as the world's largest ceramic mosaic.
From the mosaic mural, you'll head to Tay Ho Pagoda, a popular place of worship. Tay Ho Pagoda gets particularly busy during the first and 15th days of the lunar month.
The 4th stop is at the infamous Quang Ba Flower Village, a bustling flower market selling flowers from all over Vietnam.
After exploring the busy flower market, it will be time to relax by the lake with a fresh coconut and ice cream before proceeding to your next destination.
You will continue your drive around the lake and visit the two enormous ceramic dragons before heading to the Loving Hut Restaurant for a delicious vegetarian dinner.
After dinner, you'll conclude your drive around the lake and will be dropped off at your hotel in the early hours of the evening.
Good to know
- English speaking guide
- Hotel pick up / drop off
- Personal expenses