Best Group Activities in Hanoi

THE 10 BEST Hanoi Large Group Activities & Things to Do

Best Group Activities in Hanoi

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  • Passenger48173273905
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    The old quarter in Hanoi is a captivating blend of history and vibrant culture. Winding streets lined with centuries-old architecture transport visitors back in time, while the bustling markets and lively street food scene offer a tantalizing taste of modern Vietnamese life. Exploring this enchanting district is a must for anyone seeking an authentic Hanoi experience.
    Written June 15, 2024
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  • Mariah K
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    We spent maybe 45 minutes strolling through the temple. The architecture is nice, and it's worth your time to check out if you're already in Hanoi. I wore long pants and made sure my shoulders were covered before going, but I saw other tourists in tank tops and shorts who had no problem entering.
    Written May 24, 2024
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  • dougs007
    Basel, Switzerland1,436 contributions
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    During our visit, Hanoi recorded really bad pollution. 199 AQI per my watch.

    Taking a stroll by the lake and watching the locals especially during the weekend when the roads are closed for traffic was absolutely amazing.

    As Hanoi old quarter is very difficult if not dangerous to walk, the lake and promenade offers the dream oasis.
    Written June 17, 2024
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  • James A
    Southport, UK14 contributions
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    The museum is a bit out the way and can only really be reached by taxi or motorbike from the Old Quarter. We initially attempted to walk, but it’s not a nice route for walkers.

    The museum itself is split into three main sections. The largest is devoted to the Vietnamese ethic groups. There is an outdoor section that showcases the various architectural styles of the ethnic groups and the a final section which covers ethnic groups from other parts of south east Asia. All three sections are spacious and informative, although the general format reminds me of older style museums with a very familiar and formulated structure. I feel some of the exhibits deserve more flair and creativity in how they are displayed because the clothing and artifices are themselves exquisite.

    Overall, I enjoyed our morning at the museum but I prefer the women’s museum a little more.
    Written June 12, 2024
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  • Joe V
    London100 contributions
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    The Hoa Lo prison was an eye opener for the treatment of criminals and political prisoners during the French colonisation of Vietnam . This is an era of which I knew very little, except that France was going to great lengths to suppress a population deserving of independence. It’s not an uncommon story of western colonisation/suppression in general. The museum is well done - I highly recommend the audio guide; a bargain at 100 dong; and if the topic interests you, you’ll find the audio compelling, especially the inmates stories. The ‘comradeship’ is pretty central to each display. It’s ironic when you consider how horrendous the French treatment of the Vietnamese was that they should ignore the true conditions in which American POWs were held. Make no mistake, the US involvement in the Vietnam War was a dark chapter in its history and the destruction it ‘rained’ down upon the Vietnamese people in chemicals and weaponry was horrific. But to suggest POWs were treated humanely with respect, allowing them to mingle together and enjoy holiday dinners isn’t even close to accurate. It’s a shame as this inaccuracy undermines the truth of all the stories. Still, it’s well worth a visit.
    Written May 22, 2024
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  • Tilly P
    Adelaide, Australia107 contributions
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    I really enjoyed this. It was fascinating to learn the contribution of Vietnamese women through the ages and how highly they are valued. The museum was well laid out in sections, ie. family life, fashion, etc and was clean and cool. It was not busy when we went which was excellent as we could take our time.
    Written May 28, 2024
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  • Axbridgemum
    Birmingham, UK58 contributions
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    Honestly worth the very long queue. Very respectful shuffle past Uncle Ho's body was unexpectedly moving, perhaps because he still commands such reverence from the very old to the youngest citizens of this unique country. The mausoleum is now closed until August 12 for his body to be 'maintained'
    Written June 8, 2024
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  • tinkle_24
    Northampton, UK1,773 contributions
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    Beautiful interior. High ceiling and one may be surprised to find a lovely cathedral in communist North Vietnam! Exterior unattractive with its concrete facade,
    Written June 7, 2024
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  • Venture65509940909
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    The best word to describe my Experience with Ms Dao and Vietnam Moon travel, is "Amazing"
    Me and my sister travelled to Vietnam recently and were very anxious while planning our itenerary. Ms Dao have been very patient throughout our planning, she answered all our queries very calmly and promptly, we made so many changes everyday, still she suggested us best ways to cut down our cost and made a budget friendly itenerary.
    The moment we landed in Hanoi, the arrangements were pure luxury. From transfers to Day tours, all the guides and drivers we met were so friendly and helpful.Since we are vegetarians, Ms Dao made sure we could get vegetarian options everywhere.
    The list of praising her would be never ending. I would recommend everyone, if you are making a booking with her, it's 100% genuine and you won't regret a bit.
    Written June 8, 2024
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  • INTERIMM
    Vietnam3 contributions
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    a local guide who is verry energetic, knowleageable,friendly and fluent in bahasa indonesia..
    exelent and recommended..
    Written June 4, 2024
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  • John K
    Newcastle, Australia180 contributions
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    Worth a look make sure to check train timetable as you don’t want to hang around there too long, nothing much else to do there though you can have a drink whilst waiting
    Written June 6, 2024
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  • Your Travel Buddy SG
    Singapore, Singapore31,842 contributions
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    This was the meeting point for our day tour to halong bay. Was there early to take some pictures. It was located near to a very busy roundabout. Can see that the building had a lot of history. There was a cafe located right at the side of the opera house as well where we got some breakfast and coffee. I thought the building was more pretty at night with the lightings.
    Written June 14, 2024
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  • Mcshlle
    Manila, Philippines299 contributions
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    This place is good and peaceful. I went there on a rainy day and met a family. They are nice and some people are having tea in the temple. The place has good architecture that is evident for Vietnam not as a result of French influence.
    Written May 24, 2024
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  • LolaGo1
    Washington DC, DC6,628 contributions
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    As we walked around the HCM complex, it appeared that the major attraction is the HCm Mausoleum. This attraction is one of the several attractions located in the vicinity. My guide pointed it to me and learned that it is not open to the public.

    Since there are other open attractions to visit in the area such as the Museum, Pagoda, the wide open space, etc. we proceeded to visit them.
    Written April 16, 2024
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  • Jac
    Melbourne, Australia102 contributions
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    Very cheap entry fee. Plenty of exhibits. Found it very informative. Takes approximately 90 minutes. Within walking distance to historic quarter and other tourist attractions.
    Written March 3, 2024
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