Hotels/junk information:

Please note that the mentioned hotels below for reference only. Depending on availability and your preference, they can be changed. If we are unable to book any hotels, it will be replaced by another hotel at least of equivalent standard and value


Tour price:

This trip is organized for private group only. The tariff depends on the number of participants and the tourist season of the year. Please click “customized this trip” to get the price of your group and your travel date.


 Keywords: family, children, child,  classic, discovery, short trip, day tour


Day 01: Hanoi – Perfume pagoda – Hanoi (L)

Your will meet your guide and driver at hotel, then leave Hanoi to Perfumes pagoda. After 2 hours driving through some Viet villages we catch Ben En belong to Yen Vi village. Get on the small boat for an hour rowing on the River of Yen, we relax and breath fresh air while the boat go through extremely wonderful sites. We can see the many shapes of lime stone mountains rise up from rice field. Arrive in Thien Tru wharf; we commence our walk up to Thien Tru Pagoda (Heaven’s Kitchen) where you can see the main statue of Lady Buddha. It will be very interesting if you like trekking as we will trek up and down the lime stone path, and catch the cave in the end of the trek. Back to the restaurant near Thien Tru Pagoda, we enjoy the local food. Then the boat will take us back to the car and we arrive in Hanoi at the end of afternoon.

Services included:

  • Transfer & transportation on tour with private vehicle
  • Local English Speaking Guide
  • Sightseeing & Entrance fee
  • Meals as indicated “L: Lunch”
  • Private boat cruise on Yen River
  • Cable car between Thien Tru pagoda and Huong Tich pagoda


Services excluded:

  • Meals and drink not mentioned
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal expenses & tip
  • Internal & international airtickets
  • Bank charges relating to the payment
  • All services not mentioned above.

The Perfume Pagoda is a Buddhist pagoda set in limestone caves, dedicated to Quan Am, the guardian spirit of Mother and Child, to which thousands of Vietnamese make an annual pilgrimage in the middle of the second lunar month to pray for children. The temple is reached by river boat, plus a long climb. Among the better known sites here are Thien Tru (Pagoda leading to Heaven) and Chua Giai Oan (Purgatorial Pagoda), where those with faith believe deities purify souls, cure suffering and bring offspring to childless families. The statue of Quan Am was carved in 1793 after Tay Son rebels had melted down the earlier bronze statue to use for cannonballs