- Our guide and drivers pick you up from your hotel; summary explain about your trip.
- Star riding throughout the Old quater, Dong Xuan Market.
- Stop at Long Bien Eiffel bridge - The bridge was built in 1899-1902 by the architects Daydé & Pillé of Paris, and opened in 1903. Before North Vietnam's independence in 1954, it was called
Paul-Doumer Bridge, named after Paul Doumer - The Governor-General of French Indochina and then French president. At 1.68 kilometres (1.04 mi) in length, it was, at that time, one of the longest bridges in Asia. For the French colonial government, the construction was of strategic importance in securing control of northern Vietnam. From 1899 to 1902, more than 3,000 Vietnamese took part in the construction.
- Riding to the west lake, visit Tran Quoc Pagoda - The oldest pagoda in the city, originally constructed in the sixth century during the reign of Emperor Lý Nam Đế (from 544 until 548), thus giving it an age of more than 1,450 years. When founded the temple was named Khai Quoc (National Founding) and was sited on the shores of the Red River, outside of the Yen Phu Dyke. When confronted with the river's encroachment, the temple was relocated in 1615 to Kim Ngu (Golden Fish) islet of Ho Tay (West Lake) where it is now situated. A small causeway links it to the mainland.
- Riding to the Ba Dinh Square to see Ho Chi Minh Complex: Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum; Ho Chi Minh Museum; One Pillar Pagoda.
- Riding to the Old quarter to have some special traditional foods and drinks as: Bun Cha, Pho, Egg coffee..
- Drop off at your hotel. Your trip the end.