Tickets en Vietnam

Tickets > Tickets en Vietnam

Visit Vinh Truong fish Market - Vinh Truong Fish Market is the Wholesale fish market. Every early morning fishermen gather there to sell fresh fish, oyster, crabs and other kinds of species netted overnight. Visit Fruit and vegetable Market - This is biggest fruit and vegetable market in Nha Trang where visitors can find both local and imported fruits and vegetables. Have breakfast with “pho” Vietnam - This is very famous traditional Vietnamese rice-noodle with sliced meat soup served in a bowl. The most common kinds of pho are “Pho Bo” (rice-noodle with sliced beef meat) “Pho Ga” (rice-noodle with sliced chicken meat). Both varieties are equally famous in Vietnam. Enjoy special Vietnamese coffee at a local coffee shop - Vietnam is the one of the world’s largest producers of coffee. With a tradition of careful estate farming, deep roasting, sophisticated blending of heirloom coffee varietals, special brewing and serving method. Vietnamese coffee offers you a unique traditional taste that is hardly found anywhere.

desde 22,73 €

Depart from the Cau Da Port and cruise to Mun and Mot islands, where you stop for diving and snorkelling around these islands. You can try 2 dives for the tour, which is 45 minutes per dive. The distance between 2 dives about 2-3 hours, depending on escorted diving instructor and guests’ health status.

Light lunch, tea, coffee will be served on boat after the first dive. Enjoy the panorama of the sea, the whole collection of live sea creatures in Nhatrang Bay; especially view the beautiful live coral reefs at the sea bottom. Car pick up and transfer back to the hotel is provided.

desde 102,89 €

Únete a nosotros en esta fascinante excursión que combina dos de los lugares más emblemáticos de Ho Chi Minh. Por la mañana nos dirigiremos a Tay Ninh, donde se encuentra el templo sagrado de la religión Cao Dai. Esta religión solo existe en Vietnam y es una fusión única de las filosofías y religiones orientales y occidentales. Considerada como una de las estructuras más extraordinarias de todo el sudeste asiático, este templo actúa a su vez de sede de esta religión minoritaria, que es un híbrido del budismo, el cristianismo y el confucianismo. Contempla la imagen sagrada del ojo que todo lo ve, el símbolo oficial de la religión Cao Dai, situada sobre la entrada al templo. A continuación podrás asistir a la extravagante ceremonia y ser testigo de las prácticas de sus fieles en la misa diaria. Observa esta colorida y meticulosa ceremonia al mediodía desde los balcones. Tras el almuerzo en un restaurante local, nos dirigiremos hacia los túneles de Cu Chi. Cuélate en los túneles para experimentar cómo era la vida durante la Guerra de Vietnam. Al principio se concibió como base para dirigir una guerrilla contra los franceses, más tarde expandieron los túneles durante la Guerra de Indochina y se convirtieron en una ingeniosa y masiva red subterránea. En total hay unos doscientos kilómetros de túneles que incluyen lugares para el almacenaje, cocinas, hospitales, dormitorios e incluso escuelas.

Podrás hacerte una idea de las condiciones en las que vivían los vietnamitas, las dificultades a las que tuvieron que enfrentarse y la increíble ingenuidad en la que se basaban para mantener la vida en los túneles. Algunas secciones de los túneles de Cu Chi se han ensanchado para los turistas, (¡y las trampas están bien señaladas!), no obstante es un lugar oscuro, húmedo y claustrofóbico así que te aconsejamos que lo tengas en cuenta si no te gustan demasiado los espacios cerrados. Para aquellos que elijan quedarse en la superficie existen varias salas de fácil acceso y áreas excavadas para visitar. Otras atracciones incluyen monos en jaulas, puestos de souvenirs y un campo de tiro, donde podrás disparar diversos fusiles de asalto como el M16 o el AK-47 y la ametralladora M60.

¡Esta emocionante excursión doble es algo que no te puedes perder en tus vacaciones si te gusta la historia, la cultura y necesitas vivir una aventura!

desde 45,47 €

Una oportunidad única de presenciar un show de marionetas en el agua, un arte tradicional que data desde el siglo XI. Los titiriteros escondidos permanecen con el agua hasta las caderas, ese es el escenario, en el que manejan con mucha habilidad marionetas que bailan con postes de bambú en la superficie. Muchos de los episodios relatan escenas de la vida cotidiana. El agua aparece muy verde y sucio, resultado del diseño para ocultar los mecanismos que llevan a las marionetas. La cena se sirve en un restaurante local. Duración de 3 horas, incluyendo el show de 45 min.

Idiomas
Inglés.

desde 35,89 €

Traslado en carretera a la Ciudadela Real de la Ciudad Real, la gloria pasada de Hue. El emperador Gia Long diseñó la ciudadela en la Ciudad Prohibida de Beijing, China.La ciudadela Real se compone de 3 recintos amurallados, cada uno dentro de otro, una ciudad dentro de otra. Visite la Ciudad imperial, que albergó los palacios, pavellones, ceremonias civiles y religiosas y meetings oficiales con los civiles mandarines. Después visite la Ciudad Púrpura Prohibida, ubicada dentro de la ciudad imperial, la cual sufrió los mayores daños durante la Guerra de Vietnam. Poco queda ya de la estructura original, hoy en día sólo quedan ruinas. Después continuará hacia las tumbas de Khai Dinh y Tu Duc, la última fue más un jardin que una tumba: el emperador la usaba como su segunda residencia. Por la tarde-noche, se treasladará de vuelta al hotel en Danang o Hoi An.

desde 33,5 €

Picked-up at your hotel and head West of Hanoi for about 70km. As soon as the city traffic is over, you will be passing by nicely tranquil rural villages, paddy fields with hospitable people until reaching the Yen Vy Wharf, from where we take a boat downstream to Duc Wharf and start our light climbing up to Huong Tich Grotto, a sacred place for every Northern Vietnamese. Lunch en route. The whole trip may take 08 hours until coming back to your hotel in Hanoi. February, March and June are to avoid for too bustling festive time, or for the heat of summer.

Rice is the staple diet in many Asian countries, especially in Vietnam. Perhaps, you have seen rice growing in most of Asian rice paddy fields. However, you do not know the sequence of rice cultivation in Vietnam. It is still secret know how for the western tourists. We would like to organise the wet rice growing tour for you. Through this tour, we instruct you how to cultivate rice in the fields and also help you experience the hardships of Vietnamese farmers. We are sure this tour will make your trip an extremely memorable experience.

Meeting point: Pick-up at 8am from major Hoi An hotels with return at about 12.30pm.
Languages: Tour is offered in English.
Other information: Children under five years of age take part free of charge. Wear suitable comfortable clothing for riding a bike off-road. Shorts are best, as are clothes that are ‘quick dry’ and light. Enclosed shoes are essential. Bring a drink bottle – we carry extra water but you will need to bring your own bottle or hydration pack. A lightweight jacket if the forecast looks wet and an extra layer in case it gets cold, it is often much cooler at the summit of Mount Lofty. Don’t forget sunglasses, sunblock small rucksack to carry the above items.

Comience un viaje en el tiempo montando en ciclo por el traquilo pueblo de Hue. Montar en ciclo es la mejor manera de conocer la tranquila ciudad de Hue de primera mano. Monte por las estrechas calles, por las tiendas, escuelas, barberías y los puestos de comida. Párese en el Mercado Dong Ba, uno de los mercados más tradicionales de Vietnam. Desembarque para explorarlo a pie, observando la vida alrededor del mercado. Podrá pasar muchas horas fácilmente en el mercado. Se venden productos regionales y la gente regatea vigorosamente en una alegre y caótica atmósfera.

desde 27,52 €

Our Hanoi tourbegins with a drive from the hectic capital of Hanoi to Bat Trang ceramic village. Here our local guide will take us through the production process in the village, we have a chance to visit the workshops and have a look at the kilns used for firing the ceramic pottery. Continuing we visit the community house of Dinh Bang (approximately 45 minutes). Traditionally all villages in Vietnam had a ''community house'' in the centre of the village, it was where all decisions regarding the village were made, it connected everyone to the village and was the core of Vietnamese culture.

With few ''communal houses'' remaining in Vietnam today, the Dinh Bang communal house provides us with an interesting insight into Vietnam's past, and something you must see on your Hanoi travels. Not far from the communal house lives a family who make lacquer ware. Our local guide will assist us in learning more about the process and translate for those of us who may have questions for the family, a special experience you won't find on other Hanoi sightseeing tours. Our next stop is the Do Temple to experience some local Hanoi history. Do Temple or Den Do Temple honours the 8 Ly emperors of the Ly Dynasty.

During their reign Vietnam experienced an era of prosperity and independence. The first emperor of the dynasty Ly Cong Uan founded Hanoi in 1010. Other achievements during this enlightened period included the construction of the Temple of Literature and first University in Vietnam. The temple was built in 1030 by Emperor Ly Thai Tong to worship his father Emperor Ly Thai To who died in 1028. Over the centuries the temple has been upgraded and restored on a number of occasions. Unfortunately the temple was damaged in 1952 during the French war and was restored in 1989 to the original architecture from the 17th century.

In the middle of a lake situated at the front of the temple there is a two story, eight roofed house which floats on water and is used as a stage for water puppet shows. On March 15th each year there is a festival honouring the 8 emperors of the Ly dynasty - Ly Thai To (1009-1028), Ly Thai Tong (1028-1054), Ly Thanh Tong (1054-1072), Ly Nhan Tong (1072-1128), Ly Than Tong (1128-1138), Ly Anh Tong (1138-1175), Ly Cao Tong (1175-1210) and Ly Hue Tong (1210-1224). We head back to Hanoi for lunch at a local restaurant.
br> Following lunch, we head to Van Phuc silk village. For centuries, silk has been considered an extreme luxury, and the silk-making industry has a history in Vietnam stretching back more than two thousand years. Silk has long been a universal symbol of luxury, often worn by the richest, most powerful citizens in Vietnam. Van Phuc is known to make the best silk in Vietnam, as well as being the oldest silk-maker in Vietnam. Despite many ups and downs, during the recent years the village’s craft has enjoyed revival due to a surging demand for silk in both the domestic and foreign markets. During our visit to the village, our local guide will walk us through to meet the people and learn about their craft and lifestyles. We return to Hanoi by private vehicle as we finish our Hanoi tour experience.

23 Nguyen Khac Nhu, Ba Dinh Dist, Hanoi

Leave the busy streets of Hanoi via a scenic road winding through the city’s Old Quarter, through the urban outskirts, and into the countryside. We’ll pass Hanoi’s oldest bridge – The Long Bien - which was built by the famous Eiffel Construction company in 1902.
Experience the beauty of Vietnam’s countryside as you cycle through back roads and along the banks of the Red River on our Hanoi village tour. See local villagers at work as your guide points out traditional rural activities and sights. We’ll stop by a famous local artist’s house to study some popular trends of Vietnamese contemporary fine arts, including installation, body, and performance art. You will have chance to view them all here at his 2000 square meter estate.

We’ll continue our bike tour by cycling through the tranquil banana and vegetable farming area of Red River Island. There will be lots of opportunities to stop and take photos of the beautiful surroundings and the locals working on their farms. We then head off to the pottery village of Quang Ba where ceramics are stacked waiting to be taken into Hanoi by bicycle. Thisroute takes us past the Red River’s floating houses and fields of colorful flowers. Depending on the season, you may get to see locals picking the flowers to be taken to market.

We continue cycling along the river to the famous West Lake for a cup of coffee or green tea while enjoying the magnificent sunset. Back on our bikes, we’ll return to the meeting point in Hanoi where your guide will be able to assist you in getting a taxi to your hotel.
Feel the Red River breeze on an 100-year old bridge
Drop in to a local artist estate to admire some Vietnamese fine arts
Explore the densely cultivated land of an islet with banana, bean, and corn farms
Visit a pottery making village and see how ceramics are made
Take in a magnificent sunset at West Lake.

desde 31,82 €

Utilizamos cookies

Utilizamos cookies propias y de terceros para mejorar tu experiencia de navegación y analizar el uso de la web. Puedes aceptar todas las cookies pulsando el botón "Aceptar". Puedes consultar nuestra política de cookies haciendo click aquí.