07h30 – 8h00: Get picked up by our friendly guide then depart for Ninh Binh province
09h15: Have a short break for 15 – 20 minutes to relax
10h30: Visit Hoa Lư ancient capital of Vietnam between 968 and 1010. You have a chance to learn about Vietnamese history in the feudal system under Dinh, Le, and Ly Dynasty
11h45: Have a buffet lunch in the restaurant with a lot of local foods such as
goat meat, fish, chicken, and fried rice …Vegetarian foods are always available in the buffet lunch
13h00: Visit Tam Coc by 1.5-hour bamboo boat. You will be surprised by the charming beauty here with paddy fields, river, water, cloud, sky, and a stunning cave system during the boat trip. All make a masterpiece that the Vietnamese people called “Ha Long Bay on land”
15h00: Continue the tour for 45 mins - cycling around the village to discover the life of the local people.
16h00: Get on the bus to return to Hanoi
18h00: Get dropped off at Hotel in Hanoi
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Menu for lunch:
- 1. Stir-fried goat with chili sauce
- 2. Fried rice with sauce
- 3. Fried spring rolls
- 4. Deep fried fish
- 5. French fries
- 6. Mixed fried chicken
- 7. Cabbage soup with meat
- 8. Stir-fried vegetables
- 9. Beans with ketchup
- 10. Eight rice
- 11. Dessert
What to bring:
- Sun glasses, Sun cream
- Camera and film
- Pair of Shoes and short trousers for biking around country road.
- Seating on bamboo boat in 1.5 hours with local rower to visit Tam Coc Cave.
More about Hoa Lu Ancient Capital:
Hoa Lu is some 110km or 2.5 hours bus from Hanoi. Located near the Ninh Binh city, Hoa Lu is the site of a 10th-century capital of an ancient Vietnamese Kingdom called Dai Co Viet. This small Kingdom covered an area of only 300 hectares, and reigned from the 10th century, during the Dinh and Le dynasties, to the 11th century, during the Ly Dynasty. The Kingdom was enclosed by a citadel. The citadel and the Yen Ngua limestone hills provided good defence for this kingdom against the invaders.
Not much of this ancient kingdom is left standing. There are two 17th century temples, modelled after their 11th-century originals that are on most itineraries to Hoa Lu. They are the Dinh Tien Hoang Temple (King Dinh temple) and Le Hoan Temple (King Le Temple).
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