Hanoi Motorbike Tour
Do you want to explore Hanoi like a real Hanoian?
Are you interested in having a back seat motorbike ride – the most common transportation of Hanoi?
If so, this tour is definitely made for you!
Check it out!
Let’ see what you can get from our tour!
Local Life & Culture Discovery, Customized Tour, Guided City Tour
|We pick you up at your hotel or hostel on time.|
|We start with the Old Quarter – a place to wander back in time|
|Next, we move to Long Bien Bridge for sightseeing.|
|Then, we will move to West lake – the biggest lake of Hanoi.|
|After that, we will take you to other customized destinations for discovering or shopping.|
|We take you back to your hotel/hostel.|
Hanoi Motorbike Tour is a tour organized by Local university students who are seeking chance of improving themselves. By taking a Motorbike Tour around Hanoi, you will meet locals, know more about Hanoi’s Culture and History, avoid scams and go shopping much more easier with local tips.
After nearly two years of operation, Hanoi Motorbike Tour has been a choice of more than 6500 international visitors and get many positive reviews.
After picking you up at your hotel ( if it is in the Old Quarter), Hanoi Cyclo Tour will start with your staying hotel/hostel area.
First, let’s take a look at the map first!
And of course, you should get a glimpse of your main transportation in this tour.
1.Motorbike – the most common transportation in Vietnam.
One of the things that make foreigners come to Hanoi surprising the most is traffic. Walking through the streets filled with motorbikes in the capital is completely a new experience for foreigners.
The most interesting factor of Hanoi Motorbike Tour is the female drivers. The criteria for candidates selected on the Hanoi Motorbike Tour need to meet the requirements of appearance, having a driver’s license, being fluent in English. Before driving in official, the drivers have to undergo a training course of communication skills, as well as handling traffic situations.
Each one is equipped with a walkie-talkie to keep in touch with the main facilitator and tour director in case of emergency.
2.The Old Quarter:
A place to be back in time. A must-go place that you’d better not miss once you come to Hanoi. Relics in the Old Quarter of Hanoi a variety of cultural factors, in accordance with natural conditions, economic, social and religious beliefs as well as a distinct style.
The Old Quarter is also an attractive area for tourists to explore. The “tube” houses in this area are narrow and extended houses behind. To see the depth of them, you can go down alleyways between buildings or visit one of the shops on Hang Gai Street.
Going around the area, you will be taken to a famous coffee shop to sip a warm egg coffee which is the unique beverage of Hanoi. You can stop by some destinations to buy a baked corn, baked potato, to enjoy a cup of tea … or any special street food.
(For more information: The Old Quarter)
3. Long Bien Bridge:
This over 100-year-old bridge is associated with the history of 2 resistance wars against France and America, witnesses many changes of Hanoi. The sunset on the Long Bien bridge evokes a lot of emotion, a source of inspiration for the photographer. Along the bridge, you will see the green grove with banana gardens. It is easy to see vendors selling some stuffs such as toad, guava or a bunch of shrimp, catching fish caught in the river are carried on the bridge.
4.West Lake – The biggest lake of Hanoi:
This 17-km-circumference lake area has plenty of historical sites as well as high-end cafes, 5-star hotels, etc. .
A highlight of the area is Tran Quoc Pagoda – the oldest Buddhist temple of Vietnam built in the 6th Century. The place attracts tourists by its architecture that has a harmonious combination of ancient, dignified elegance with the tranquil landscapes of a vast lake.
What else is better than having a young local buddy enthusiastically sharing local tips with you while visiting Hanoi? Let’s see how other tourists experience their Hanoi Motorbike Tour with us!
Price: The Price here is $28, includes a 3-hour Guided Motorbike Tour, Parking Tickets, Entrance Fees and a meal (or a cup of Coffee) while visiting.
Tipping Guides: See more in FAQ.
NOTE: When you book a tour, usually our Motorbike tour guides can take you to the locations mentioned above. Your tour can be customized according to your request, time, and the distance starting from your hotel.
We are here to help you with any information you need.
Follow the WhatsApp Number and Email Address to have more detail about your tour, time arrangement, picking up, dropping up or customizing places you want to go.
WhasApp: +84 1664384812
@Rafael: “My friend and I booked a motorcycle tour for the last day before leaving Hanoi. Surprisingly, the ladies in the long dress are charming with a smile on their lips. They speak English very well. They are happy to answer whatever we ask. We had Vietnamese coffee, ate delicious food and enjoyed the view of Hanoi city. However, the most amazing thing is the feeling of being crossed by a crowded lanes with a beautiful Vietnamese girl. I will never forget this feeling.”
@LucyG: “This full-day tour in Hanoi was the best way to discover the city ! Linh my guide was very nice, funny and so knowledgeable, she told me a lot about history and culture of Vietnam while exploring HoChiMin Sanctuary, the prison and the West lake, it was so interesting! We tried some delicious street food and coffee and she give me a lot of tips for the rest of my travel, she was perfect. And the team is very reactive and flexible, I had an schedule problem and they answer very fast by mail, it was perfect! Thanks you every one :)”
@TinaL: “After a few very pleasant email exchanges with Kristen from the booking office, we decided to take the street food evening tour. Not the canned version but customised with food items that we want to try. The purchase was hassle free and simple.
Trang appeared at our hotel lobby 10 minutes earlier than our agreed 5.30pm. After a quick discussion on what we want to eat, off we went.
Bun Dao mam tom, banxeo, taophoa, bun oc, bun ca, bun rieu cua were some of the yummy dishes that we had. Not the usual tourist spots but little holes in the wall where locals frequent.
Back to our guide, Trang. Kristen at the booking office was not lying when she said that Trang is a lovely girl with amazing knowledge of food. Throughout the whole evening, Trang captivated us with her pleasant and bubbly personality. She gave us very interesting commentaries on route to each eating spot and when the food came, she taught us how to assemble or fully appreciate the dish better.
We were very well fed and stuffed to the brim when the evening came to an end. Instead of being walked back to the hotel, we had Trang walk us to the night market and we parted ways there. Not before she took pains to point out the direction towards our hotel and graciously presented us with a box of Vietnamese coffee.
The tour was not free, but well worth the price we paid. Thank you Kristen and Trang for the positive experiences. We had a great time.
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