One of the best thing to do from Hanoi in 1 Day Tour - Duong Lam Ancient Village has a history of about 1,200 years and is well-known for its surviving laterite brick houses, built three to four centuries ago. Laterite is red clay formed from weathered basalt found in northern Vietnam. The village is also famous nationwide as “the hometown of two kings”.. Doing this trip you will be see together 5 local villages includding: Duong Lam ancient ,Son Dong traditional sculpture villageproducing and supplying wooden statues with Funny Travel experience and professional local tour guide
ANCIENT DUONG LAM 1 DAY TOUR ON MOTORBIKES
08:00 a.m: Get picked up at your hotel by our Funny Travel Tour guide and Bus then depart for Duong Lam ancient village (60km from Hanoi cente )
Stop-over at Son Dong traditional sculpture villageproducing and supplying wooden statues to most of pagodas and temples in Northern Vietnam. Photograph skillful people mastering the technique of making marvelous wooden statues in numerous states.
Arrive at Duong Lam ancient village. Visit Mong Phu temple, some ancient houses and enjoy local products: rice wine, rice cakes.
Enjoy bicycle ride along peaceful countryside road to some historical vestiges such as: Giang Van Minh worship-house, Temples of King Ngo Quyen and Phung Hung.
Lunch in local house
Driving uphill to see a natural holy “milking- well” storing clear water all the year round. It is believed to help childless couple produce a baby if drinking this water.
Become a member of the 400-year-ancient house while having lunch in Duong Lam village
Get ready to return Hanoi.
Get dropped off at your hotel
End of day trip to Duong Lam Ancient Villages
PRICE TABLE PER PERSON IN VND (USD)
|| Group Tour (Max 10 pax)
|| Private Tour (can be flexble with your group size)
(Equal to USD 70)
(Equal to USD 90)
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- Bike/ Motorbikes/Scooters
- All sightseeing fees
- Biking service
- English speaking guide
- Helmet and gas during tour
- Tip or Gratitude
- Personal expense