The Vietnam National Museum of History and Vietnam Sustainable Tourism Investment and Development JSC (Vietnam STID) have introduced a trial bicycle tour.

Participating in the tour, travelers will have the opportunity to explore the nighttime landscape of Hanoi, as well as learn about Hanoi’s culture and history through famous tourist attractions such as museums, historical relics, and the night food street.

The bike tour lasts approximately 90 to 120 minutes and begins at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum. It then proceeds to the Hanoi Flagpole, Thang Long Imperial Citadel, Ba Dinh Square, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, National Assembly Building, Presidential Palace, Quan Thanh Temple, Tran Quoc Pagoda, Ngu Xa Pearl Island Night Street Food (where participants can enjoy some of Hanoi’s delicacies), North Gate of Imperial Citadel, Quan Chuong Gate, State Guesthouse, Vietnam National History Museum, and Hanoi Opera House.

At the Vietnam National Museum of History, visitors can delve into the history of Thang Long – Hanoi through various remaining relics, such as the Incense Tree at Tu Ky Pagoda dating back to 1666, during the reign of King Le Huyen Tong (1654-1671); the Nam Giao Stone Stele (1679, King Le Huy Tong); and the Bac Co Building or École française d’Extrême-Orient.

The price of the Thang Long – Hanoi Night Cycling Tour includes an audio guide, tour guide, entrance ticket to Thang Long Imperial Citadel, snacks at Ngu Xa Pearl Island Night Food Street, bicycle rental fee, and travel insurance.

For more information about the tour, please email [email protected] or visit the website of the Vietnam National Museum of History at www.baotanglichsu.vn/en.

The night cycling tour would help enhance Hanoi’s tourism offering.