[Hanoi Free Local Tours TOUR REPORT 22/12/2016]

[Hanoi Free Local Tours TOUR REPORT 22/12/2016]

[Hanoi Free Local Tours TOUR REPORT 22/12/2016]

[TOUR REPORT] lầy quá, nhưng noi gương một ai đó nên lại phải cố gắng viết 🙁
– Tourist: Augusta and Sophie Thoo (Australian)
– Hotel: Hanoi Legacy, 39-41 Hang Ga
– Time: Thursday morning (22/12) 9 – 12:30 a.m
– Destination: Sword Lake – Cathedral – Lemon tea – Prison
– Description: It was a short tour and it was quite good. The girls were some years older than me but are very good-looking; one is a surgeon and the other is an engineer. We walked around the streets and they were amazed by the splendid beauty of the cathedral as it was near Christmas and by the cuteness of a bunch of kindergarten children dressing in Noel clothes playing around the cathedral. However, to lead them in the right way in the Old Quarter, I did need some help from the local, which may make me seem less professional as a tour guide (i admitted my drawback to them straight away, but they smiled and said it was okay as they got lost many times in their neighborhood). Eventually, it was one of the tourists using Google map to navigate the way that led us back to the hotel, not me. It was a little bit awkward for me, but the rest was perfectly fine.
(we got beautiful photos but all are in their mobiles phones, only one in my phone)
– Note: có ai biết là k có wifi hay 3G thì có dùng đc google map k? Hay chỉ cần bật GPS lển là đc?

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[Hanoi Free Local Tours  Tour report]
Guides: Thanh Thanh + Huyen
This was the first time I’ve came to Bat Trang. Huyen convinced me to do the tour with her and I agreed although. I would have an exam next day. She did a good job despite her most attention to the youngest boy (either did I :v).
The family we guided is from Isarel, but they have lived in Hong Kong since 2 years. They have 3 boys, all of them are very cut, especially the youngest boy. He is 5 years old but he can speak 3 languages. He even taught English for Huyen as well, haha. At the first time we met, he came toward and said “Hello, I’m …. (I forgot his name). Nice to meet you” and shook our hands as an aldult. During the tour, we could not stop laughing at everything he did and said.
OMG, I have no more words to express my feeling with him. This was so awesome!

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Hanoi Free Tour Guide – All About Hanoi Free Tour Guide

Hanoi Free Tour Guide – All About Hanoi Free Tour Guide

Hanoi Free Tour Guide – All About Hanoi Free Tour Guide

  • Members of Hanoi Free Tour Guide: 400  Members
  • Founded in 2010
  • Hanoi Free Tour guide Founders : Unsiversity students in Hanoi
  • Location: Hanoi

Hanoi Free Tour Guide is a student-run organization founded local students and ex-students since January 2010

VISION

By guiding tourists around Hanoi for free, Hanoi free tour guide would love to develop the Vietnamese culture and bring the unique customs and traditions to travellers around the world .

MISSIONS

Hanoi Free Tour Guide’ missions are:

–          To give on-going support and assistance towards Vietnamese tourist industry

–          To better promote communication, cultural exchange among students and people of different countries

–          To offer a wider choice of employment for young people who are intended to acquire knowledge and develop their skills to their full potential

–          To provide an extensive access to education and vocational training for the poor, disadvantaged and contribute to the community empowerment

Languagues provided

Hanoi free tour guide Offers many languages:

  1. English
  2. Chinese
  3. French
  4. Russian
  5. Korean
  6. Japanese
  7. German
  8. Spanish
  9. Italian

1. Hanoi Free Tour Guide Tours

HALF DAY tour in the morning or afternoon

* Tour 1: Old Quarter, Sword lake area, Hoa Lo Prison French Quarter and Long Bien bridge.

* Tour 2: Hochiminh complex, Temple of Literature and West lake area

* Tour 3: Hoa Lo prison, Sword lake area,Women Museum.

* Tour 4: Dong Xuan Market, Long Bien Bridge, Egg Coffee

* Tour 5: Night market tours on weekend nights

The tours are very flexible, discussions with our guide for recommendations and suitable arrangement could be recommended before the tour

 

2. Hanoi Free Tour Guide on Tripadvisor

“A Wonderful Expereince”

Reviewed December 6, 2012

We submitted a request for a guide at the last minute and were fortunate to be able to get a tour guide who was available. Our guide, Trang, is a university student studying business here in Hanoi. She is very easy to converse with which was a pleasant change from all of our paid tour guides who we have had to struggle to understand. She took us on a walking tour of the Old Quarter. She explained the significance of the street names and pointed out buildings of cultural and architectural importance. I watched the tourists roll by in the tour buses and thought how much better our experience was. We got to see life on the streets with a local person who could answer our questions from a personal perspective. She also easily handled a lot of questions about life in Vietnam that none of our previous guides had the English skills to deal with. She was a great resource and a wonderful representative of the young people in Vietnam. This is a terrific service that tourists not travelling with a group should be making use of.

Visited December 2012

“The knowledgeable and friendly free tour guide”

Reviewed April 1, 2013

We read all the reviews and they’re true – this really is a marvellous concept and it would be great to see this in other places around the world. Our guide, a lovely young lady named Hanh (I hope I am spelling correctly) greeted us at our hotel and we were guided through the HCM museum, the temple of literature before heading to a lovely restaurant for lunch. Hanh was very knowledgeable and I would not have taken away the importance of HCM and scholarly pursuits to the Vietnamese people if we did not have such valuable information provided to us. Hanh was also curious about our life in Australia and getting to know us. We spent a few hours after lunch around the Hoan Kiem lake and Old Quarter and had a great day. This lovely young lady does these tours on her one day off each week – we were really impressed with her knowledge and love of her culture. Thank you so much

Visited March 2013

“Wonderful experience with Local Tour Guides!”

 

We had booked our 1 1/2 day tours with HANOI FREE TOUR GUIDE last October 2013. They are very accommodating even though we had only 2 weeks left before our trip.

On our first day, we had a delayed flight from Singapore and we have set an appointment with HANOI FREE TOUR GUIDE at exactly 2:00 pm. Upon arrival on our Hotel, Dat was already waiting for us. At first, we are worried that we couldn’t understand him but surprisingly, Dat speaks English very well. He asked us to put our stuff first inside the room and he patiently waited for us before we start the tour. Before heading for the tour, he made sure that he knows what we want to see. To summarize our tour with Dat, we went to restaurant nearby the Hoa Lo Prison (price is okay). After having our Vietnamese lunch we went to Hoa Lo Prison and we had walking tour from Hanoi Opera House to Sofitel Metropole and then to our last stop the Turtle Pagoda. He drop us off at our Hotel. He is a real gentleman.

Second day (AM Tour), we met Star Dust (we forgot her Vietnamese name). She accompanied us to go to HCM Complex. She seems a bit lost in HCM Complex (at first) and probably her first time to tour a tourist in HCM Complex but it is still alright and acceptable. Her English is not that fluent but so far, we can still understand her. She also shared with us a little bit of a history in HCM Complex and we enjoyed our food in the restaurant (price is a bit expensive). My friend also had a wonderful time with her as she is teaching my friend a simple Vietnamese words while we are having our tour. She is very witty and fun to be with.

Second day (PM Tour), since they are all students, they also need to go to school. For the second half day tour, we need to change our tour guide and we are glad to finally meet Hang! Hang is the very first member of the HANOI FREE TOUR GUIDE and she has been a tour guide for so long! She explains everything and very very detailed. She is also patient and she never gets tired of walking inside the Temple of Literature. Museum of Ethnology and Turtle Pagoda/Restored Sword Lake + Ngoc Son Temple. Kudos! We are almost over for the day tour with Hang but I had another request, I wanted to try the egg coffee and it was so delicious! She is very professional in what she is doing and I would say that she is one of the best tour guide in HANOI FREE TOUR GUIDE.

To Dat, Star Dust, Hang and to the rest of the team, you have given us a wonderful trip in Hanoi. This trip will be in our minds for a long time. Many thanks and best wishes for the future!

After reading several reviews from different people experiencing the free tour with Hanoi free tour guide now you know Why should be a Must- Do in Hanoi

  • Hanoi free tour guide has been one of top things to do in hanoi for many years
  • Providing free tour services for travellers
  • Being known by a lot of leading newspapars in the world like CNN, BBC…

3. Hanoi Free Tour Guide Terms& Conditions

Please take a minute to read the term of hanoi free tour guide carefully.

  1. Free Guide
    • Member of hanoi free tour guides are working as volunteers
    • Any Tourists booking the free tour with Hanoi free tour guide will be considered as guest(s)”
  2. Expenses during the tour
    The free tours are considered as free however during the tour tourists will be the people paying the following expenses

all public transportation fees, taxi fares incurred after meeting the guest at the appointed meeting place. Tourists do not have to pay for the costs incurred by the guide while traveling to or from the meeting place both before and after the tour period. ADMISSION FEES to museums, temples, events etc. incurred by the guide while providing guide services.

4. How to Book a tour with Hanoi Free Tour Guide

You can book a free tour on Hanoi Free Tour Guide official website then You will receive an email clearly confirming the time and place for picking you up. Reply their email for the confimation and stay in touch until we reach a final agreement. Tours should be booked 24 hours in advance.

To book a tour please provide Hanoi free tour guide information of yours and email at hanoifreetourguides@gmail.com

Thanks so much and wish you best time ever in Vietnam.

 

 

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Hanoi Free Tour Guides Tripadvisor December,2016

Great Hanoi city tour with Hanoi Free Tour Guides ”  Tripadvisor

Singapore 

Hanoi Free Tour Guides was very prompt and professional in their email reply when I send a request for a Hanoi full day tour for 10 adults + 2 kids. We indicated the places where we wanted to go and nothing was too difficult for them. We were assigned 2 guides Phuong and Mai Anh, who emailed us a day prior to the tour. They picked us up separately as our group stayed at 2 different hotels. They spoke fluent English and Mandarin and were good with young kids and elderly =) Perhaps even better than the paid guides. They brought us to Ho Chin Minh Complex, One Pillar Pagoda and Literature Temple explaining the history and significance of the places, giving us a lot of interesting facts that were little known to many. We requested for a good egg coffee place, and they bought us to a quaint local cafe for desserts and coffee. They also brought us to a nice family friendly restaurant for lunch with delicious Bun Cha. The tour was free, and you only need to paid for attraction admissions, transportation and lunch which should be within USD 10 per pax. Thumbs up for Hanoi Free Tour Guides. I recommend everyone to go for them. You will be missing out if you don’t.

Visited November 2016
EXCELLENT free tour local tours all around!
Pasadena, California

This was one of the best things my husband and I did in Hanoi. Our guide, Trang, took us around Hanoi for half a day and shared with us a wealth of information we wouldn’t have known otherwise. Trang’s English was really good and we were so impressed with her knowledge of the city and country. At one point, we got hungry so Trang took us to one of the best Bun Cha restaurants in the city and taught us how to eat the dish. After lunch, she showed us around Hoa Lo prison and guided us the entire place as if she’s been doing this for years!

At first, we were a bit skeptical about booking a free tour with hanoi free tour guides on Tripadvisor but we were so happy we gave it a try. We’ve been recommending them to all the travelers we’ve met along the way and will definitely contact them again when we get to HCMC.

Visited October 2016
Must do in Hanoi!
A TripAdvisor Member

This is a private tour but it’s free as the volunteers are students who wants to practice their English, and I’d reckon this is the best thing that I’ve done for our trip in Hanoi!

We were so lucky to have Thu, our tour guide for the day. She brought us to the touristy spots and also very knowledgeable with the history and culture of Hanoi. We had a lot of fun especially with the jumping shots!! Thu was so kind that she even walked us to the restaurant that we want to try, which is out of the way and the total timing was exceeded for about 2 hours!

Thank you Thu, for the lovely experience that we have had 🙂 Highly recommended tour for anyone who wants to experience what is Hanoi all about!

Visited September 2016

Hanoi Free Tour Guides Tripadvisor November,2016

A great informative day

Dung contacted us by email the night before to introduce herself and then met us at our hotel the following morning and accompanied us for the whole day taking us to the Museum of Ethnology and on a tour of the Old Quarter. I am sure we could have managed both of these activities on our own (indeed the latter we did many times) but the knowledge Dung bought to the tour meant we did and saw things we would not have experienced on our own, including wandering down a passage to drink egg coffee and visit the house at 48 Hang Ngang street where President Ho Chi Minh wrote the Declaration of Independence.

She has a great personality and sense of humour and bonded well with our daughter who is of a similar age. A great ambassador not only for the Hanoi Free Tour Guides but Hanoi and Vietnam.

The service offered by Hanoi Free Tour Guides is a great service for visitors to the area and we recommend highly that people take advantage of the opportunity it brings.

Visited August 2016
AMAZING AND INFORMATIVE DAY WITH LOVELY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS – Hanoi free tour guides!

I booked a full day tour from 8 AM – 4 PM and the day flew by walking around Hanoi with two lovely ladies who showed me the sights of the city. We visited the HCM complex, Temple of Literature and Hoa Lo Prison. These three sites alone took a good chunk of the day because there was so much to see at each place. They also showed me key landmarks around the Old Quarter from the lake to the cathedral and opera house. We took a taxi to some places, which was very cheap and walked to other places. Being that they volunteered their time to take me around the city, I paid for all of their expenses for the day including taxi, lunch, coffee breaks, which all ended up being a nominal sum at the end of the day. I tried giving each of them a 200,000 VND tip, but they seemed hesitant to accept it and said that they would give it to their organization as a donation. I would definitely love to use them again my next time here!

Visited August 2016
A good experience but maybe not in Vietnam
Brussels, Belgium
It’s my very first experience with hanoi free tour guides and I’m happy I did it. It’s for free. He didn’t accept my tip.
But I thought I would be passive and listen to their comments.
But in reality, I had to make a special effort in order to understand what he was talking about. Indeed, it is normal that they make grammatical or vocabulary errors. But they have the bad habit not to pronounce all the letters.
For example, for 26, they wil pronounce ‘twenty si’.
Guides usually don’t speak load and with the vietnamese accent.
That means that you have to concentrate to understand what he says.
Their objective is to practice their English which is a noble objective but their pronounciating was a problem to my eyes (ears) to fully enjoy this experiment.
Nevertheless, I have given 4 out of 5.
If I try this tour in another Asian country, I will probably ask for the oldest student in order to minimize the problem.
Visited July 2016

Hanoi Free Tour Guides Tripadvisor October,2016

 

Thank-you Hanoi Free Tour Guides, Thank you Tripadvisor
Oakland, California

We had several tours booked with Hanoi Free Tour Guides and enjoyed everyone of them. Each tour started with two students meeting us in our hotel lobby and discussing what we wanted to see. They were always on time, ordered taxis and showed us how to deal with the traffic – it really helped our kids feel more comfortable. Each of the students was also very knowledgeable about their history and culture and we were so lucky to get to know them. Thank-you so much for making our trip amazing. We loved visiting Hanoi and can’t wait to return.

Visited July 2016
Discovering the beauty of Vietnam.

Special thanks to Ly London—who left a great impression as my guide to the Hanoi day trip. She made it a very memorable trip. A day before starting the tour trip, Ly sent an e-mail to introducing herself and keeping in touch to know my personal detail and asked if I wanted to see any place would like to visit or eat any specific food. We had been well in touch prior to meeting each other at the hotel lobby.(I stayed at Hilton Hanoi Opera)
We decided to start the trip at 8:30Hrs. I came a little late which I apologised for and then she replied me with a smile saying, “waiting is my happiness”. This completely touched me and took me off-guard the moment I met Ly.We then planned to catch a taxi to start our tour. First, we decided to visit Ho Chi Minh mausoleum—the mausoleum is big landscape, which within this landscape is shown the way of Ho Chi Minh’s love for his life and a feeling of love that Ho Chi Minh feels from the satisfaction of saving his country. Ly has an impeccable sense of her English and was very knowledgable with her guiding around the city. She helped with a lot of little things such as; helping with my cash payment, taking plenty of photos, telling a tick of vietnamese people—I felt very close to her and the tour guiding became completely natural. We then decided to visit the Litery temple and bought her lunch at Quan An Ngon restarant—which is highly recomendation on tripadvisor. The lunch was truly amazing. After that we took a short walk and shared a lot of great conversations. The volunteers guide organisation with the purpose of improving their English is an amazing mission and I am left with an exceptionally amazing impression. I was truly lucky to have shown HanoiFreeTourGuide Foundation. This foudation is non-profit organisation. The donation is up to your convenience. The trip includes paying for transportation, ticket fee, meals, and tipping at your on convenience. At last we visited the Maison meusuem, then returned to the hotel around 14.00Hrs.
Thank you again to Hanoifreetourgide in providing an exceptional experiance. And I have to say big thanks to you Ly Lodon who delivered the a truly memorable tour guide experience that I will cherish. I will back to hanoi again and agin and surely be in touch with “Hanoifreetourgiude”.

Visited June 2016

Hanoi Free Tour Guides Tripadvisor September,2016

Makes our Hanoi trip much more easier and enjoyable5 of 5 bubbles

We had the fortune of having Minh Phương and Ha Phuong to be our guide in Hanoi. Both of them were nice to hag out with, knowledgable about Hanoi and very patient in answering our question.

We visited the Weekend market and Ha Phuong contacted us earlier than scheduled time to plan alternatives in case it rains – she is really good and bear in mind they are student who takes up time to volunteer for this

One of the best thing we did for out Hanoi trip was to engage Hanoi Free Tour Guide.

Visited June 2016

 “Hanoi Free Tour Guides – Superb Hanoi Little Ambassador

On our first full day in Hanoi my wife and I were met by Hannah, a charming Vietnamese student studying 2 degrees. At the time of our visit (early Feb), the Lunar New Year had just passed and she greeted us with a great smile and a traditional small gift of lucky money. We kicked off with a visit to Ho Chi Minh mausoleum and Hannah chatted away the long queues explaining all about the history and answering our various questions about Vietnamese life. Her English was excellent. A cheap taxi was used to take us to the Temple of Literature where her historical knowledge was first rate. Lunch was extremely good at a very reasonably priced restaurant ( about £8 for 3 of us) before we walked around further Hanoi sites in the afternoon. This full day tour was genuinely free. Asking Hannah why she did it, she altruistically explained that she wanted people to understand the real Vietnam, for visitors to come to love her country, and to give a little bit back to society. She certainly accomplished that. Very many thanks for a fantastic day, Hannah, and for making us so welcome. Ian & Ruth

Visited February 2016
Hanoi Free Tour Guides is a MUST HAVE service in Hanoi5 of 5 bubbles

We booked Hanoi Free Tour Guides in advance for our first two full days in Hanoi. The first day our lovely guide Anna took us on the full day tour of all the major tourist destinations around Hanoi including Ho Chi Min Mauseleum, the Presidential Palace, the Pagoda, the ancient University of Learning, then guided us to the best Vietnamese restaurant we have eaten in for a beautiful lunch before finishing off our walking tour via the French built prison. We had the best day and without Anna. We would have been completely lost on our first day in Hanoi and would not have seen half as much as we did without her guidance and knowledge.
The second day it was raining heavily at our 8.30 hotel pickup time by our guide Quong so we suggested that we book a Private Car and driver through Ryan (Tourist Manager at Nova Hotel) and together we travelled 1hr out of Hanoi to the Ancient Village, seeing both the silk village and pottery village on the way back after a traditional Vietnamese lunch in a town just outside the ancient village. It was just fantastic to get out of Hanoi city and see the countryside.
This service is free but we chose to make a good donation at the end of each day, some of which goes to the Hanoi Free Tour Guides organisation to assist this wonderful service to continue.
This is a must have service if you are a first time visitor to Hanoi. The guides can be booked in many languages and it would be wise to book in advance before you leave home to make sure you can secure guides on the days you wish to use them.
10/10 for Hanoi Free Tour Guides.

Visited March 2016
“Brilliant experience. Thanks Phoung and Thanh Hai”

We arranged the tour on the recommendation of a friend who had used them previously.

We were picked up by Phoung and Thanh Hai (Harry) for the City Tour. It was a fantastic experience.

The schedule was as we requested with excellent additions suggested by the guides. It was our first full day so they showed us how to cross the road (you understand if you have been to Hanoi!!) and then took us around major sites. We went to a cafe which was fun and then for Pho (noodles).

They were at least as good as paid guides.

Only book if you will talk to them as they do it for free but to improve their English which is fine. These guys were great!!

Definitely recommend.

Visited August 2016
Excellent opportunity to know truly Hanoi

We had two days with the Hanoi free tour guides. First day I asked to go around Hanoi and the second we did a tour outside Hanoi. They were friendly and very punctual, answering to almost all our question about history, culture and places to visit. One guide, had not a perfect english sometimes diff to understand. We didn’t enjoy going by taxi to everywhere although we asked to walk instead of going by taxi but he was always saying it was far (we had 5minutes taxi driving…). However the second day guide was the best guide ever! We were lucky! She was a very interested student, showed us the real and non-turistic atractions we asked for. It was an excellent opportunity to know Hanoi outside tourism attractions and it was much pleasant to have them with us. You have to pay for the taxi, of course.

Visited May 2011
Hanoi Free Walking Tours Daily Report – November 2016 | Free Walking Tours in Hanoi

Hanoi Free Walking Tours Daily Report – November 2016 | Free Walking Tours in Hanoi

Hanoi Free Walking Tours Daily Report – November 2016

[ Free Walking Tours report]
– Tourist: Jean Paul
– Nationality: England
– Date: 29/10
– Time: 9am- 1.30pm
– Tour guide: Nga Nguyen
– Destinations: Bach ma temple, Sword lake, Hoa lo prison

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Free Morning Walking Details 


First of all, I am so sorry for the late report because of some problems. Hjxhjx. Jean is very friendly and knowledgable because he had been a history teacher in High school for 2 years. I guided him to Bach ma temple, a place our free tour guides were trained well, Sword lake and Hoa lo prison. I was very happy that he sounded very pleased about the tour. I just planned to guide him to try egg coffee on the way to his hotel. But while coming to the coffee shop, he was quite hungry so I guided him to try Banh Canh ghe in Nha Chung street, quite confused hehe because I had never enjoyed it there. Luckily, he was very interested in this cuisine and “Nha Đam”juice. ^-^. As you know,we was going to organize the Halloween party in that night. So I asked him to invite Huyen to chat in Cong coffee next to Hanoi cathedral. Of course he is very willing. We had successfully invited him to our party although he said thatbhe was too old to join with us. But it was not problem. If you think You are old, you’ll be old. If you think you are young, you’ll be young. Our party was very wonderful and brought some new and meaningful experience to him

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And thank Jean again for giving us an excellent review on tripadvisor

Hanoi Free Walking Tours ‘review on Tripadvisor French

“Ce sont des jeunes étudiants qui en contrepartie de pratiquer l’anglais avec vous, vous font découvrir leur ville bénévolement. Et il y a de forte chance que vous vous fassiez de nouveaux amis !! J’ai eu cette chance de visiter le plus ancien temple d’Hanoi, Den Bach Ma, avec une très agréable et bien informée guide, le lac Hoan Kien et la bien triste prison Hoa Lo. Et pour les remercier vous ne pouvez faire guère mieux que de les inviter pour un café ou un repas. Et là les guides vous emmèneront dans les meilleures endroits d’Hanoï.
Un must comme dit et surtout de belles amitiés qui naissent.”

Hanoi Free Walking Tours ‘review on Tripadvisor in English

“These are young students in return to practice English with you, you discover their city voluntarily. And there’s a good chance that you do new friends !! I had this opportunity to visit the most ancient temple of Hanoi Den Bach Ma, with a very pleasant and knowledgeable guide, Hoan Kien and sad Hoa Lo Prison. and thank you can do no better than to invite them for a coffee or meal. and then the guides will take you to the best places in Hanoi.
A must be said especially beautiful friendships that arise. “

 

Hanoi Free Private Tour Guides – Hanoi Free Private tour Guides Diary

Hanoi Free Private Tour Guides – Hanoi Free Private tour Guides Diary

Tourists from Malaysia
Date: 4th Nov 2016
Tour guide: Vũ Thạch Thảo
Destination: Hoan Kiem lake => the Saint Joseph Cathedral=> the Temple of Literature=> a primary school=> their hotel

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Hanoi Free Private Tour Guides Report


I wonder if I was lucky or not on that day. At first, I applied for a 1:30pm tour from Hanoi Free Private Tour Guides’ Diretor but when I arrived the hotel, the receptionist told me that the tourists were not at the hotel. Then the tour was cancelled. OMG!!! And I decided to guide another tour at 2pm . Lucky me! 2 tourists booking a free private tour with our club coming from Malaysia are university students as well so we were excited to share together about our study and passion. Cadmon who really likes taking photos and recording videos about everything on his journey to make travel video and I was really interested in his videos which he showed me. When we visited a primary school on the way to their hotel, they were really excited with the students’s reaction there =)) One more time, I was invited to travel to Malaysia. Finally, we said goodbye to each other and they gave me 20 ringgits as a gift. This tour was a memorable experience.

Thank hanoi Free Private Tour Guides for giving me this oportunity of guiding these such amazing travellers.

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Hanoi Free Private tours reviews on Tripadvisor.

Nice and friendly local guides” 

Chris from Spain

This experience is way more than what I expected. I was very happy to meet my new guide May and her friend Cuong, who brought me to another side of Hanoi. They brought me to the local restaurants that I would not have been able to find on my own, and we had such a great time visiting the museum and trying out food together. It is a must-have itinerary for everyone’s trip and I would recommend it to anyone who’s visiting soon!

Great evening with Hanoi free private Tour guide

Noorties from London 

This tour was really nice! We did more of a street food tour, because it was almost evening and not many sights would be open in Hanoi. Still a lot of fun. We ate traditional local food and had some drinks. We had a lot of fun exploring the city and talking to locals. Thats how you best experience the culture!!

How to book a free private tour in Hanoi with us

it is easy for you to book a free private tour.

you just need to book a free tour here 1 day in advance, our tour director will arrange your a free local tour guide who is studying in hanoi doing the free tour for enhancing his/her english skills.

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