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Ninh Binh Full-Day Tour from Hanoi to Hoa Lu, Tam Coc & Mua Cave Via Boat & Bike
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Ninh Binh Full-Day Tour from Hanoi to Hoa Lu, Tam Coc & Mua Cave Via Boat & Bike

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Escape the bustling confines of Hanoi city, and breath the fresh air on this full-day rural Vietnam tour. With a local lunch of goat meat, fried rice and local fruits onboard, you’ll be fueled for an afternoon of action, taking in the scenery by both bamboo boat and mountain bike. See local villagers going about their daily lives as you come to appreciate a quieter slice of Vietnamese culture.
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N21dx wrote a review Dec 2020
Singapore, Singapore192 contributions45 helpful votes
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This is a experience I will never forget. Just so awesome. You will be literally standing at the side, while the train passes you by. All the food and the drinks along the reack will be nice and good, but the highlight will be on the train. So you need to get a good spot to be in that moment. I would recommend the '28 - Train Track' shop. The drinks/food are good, good spot for taking pictures and the shop owners are such lovely people.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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TravelinGypsey wrote a review Jul 2020
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A must do!!!! The train does come close so please be safe!! The little coffee and restaurants around the track are delicious and so fun!! People are friendly and accommodating as they enjoy have tourists and people in their place of business. It’s best to find a place you want to order something from and then they will inform you on when the train comes and so forth! We had a wonderful time and they even brought us some traditional Vietnamese cake which was delicious; a must see and experience within the city of Hanoi! Follow @travelingypsey on Instagram & GoogleMaps for more travel insights!!!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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bhodgkinson wrote a review Jun 2020
Preston, United Kingdom241 contributions113 helpful votes
A must visit whilst in Hanoi! I would recommend visiting on a weekend as more trains pass on a weekend!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Kim T wrote a review Apr 2020
Glenbrook, Australia289 contributions64 helpful votes
Wow I have always wanted to go here . We went at the time of the virus we were sent away but we managed to just go to the start of it . The houses are great and take note of the train hours but it was closed when we went .
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Date of experience: March 2020
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joannegray wrote a review Apr 2020
Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom630 contributions238 helpful votes
Make sure you check the times of the train so that you can be there to actually see it. It's super easy to find on google maps in any case and great for photos. It's quite an extraordinary sight and something you can probably only see here, quite infamous in fact. I don't see why you would pay for a tour or pay for anything here though!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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