Bái Đính Temple (Vietnamese: Chùa Bái Đính) or Bái Đính Temple Spiritual and Cultural Complex is a complex of Buddhist temples on Bai Dinh Mountain in Gia Viễn District, Ninh Bình Province, Vietnam. The compound consists of the original old temple and a newly created larger temple. It is considered the largest complex of Buddhist temples in Vietnam and has become popular site for Buddhist pilgrimages from across Vietnam. Trang an is a scenic area near Ninh Bình, Vietnam renowned for its boat cave tours. On 23 June 2014, at the 38th session of the World Heritage Committee in Doha, the Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site....Price from: $35.00 / pax Bai Dinh Pagoda – Trang An Eco Tourism Full day View All
Hạ Long Bay, in northeast Vietnam, is known for its emerald waters and thousands of towering limestone islands topped by rainforests. Junk boat tours and sea kayak expeditions take visitors past islands named for their shapes, including Stone Dog and Teapot islets. The region is popular for scuba diving, rock climbing and hiking, particularly in mountainous Cát Bà National Park....Price from: $85.00 / pax 2 DAYS 1 NIGHT ON GOLDEN BAY CRUISE HALONG BAY – GOLDEN BAY – 3 DAYS 2 NIGHTS (2 stars) HANOI – CAT BA – HALONG BAY: 2 DAYS 1 NIGHT HA LONG BAY FULL DAY TRIP HaLong bay 2 days 1 night (3 stars) Halong Bay – Cat Ba 3D2N (3 stars) View All
Warmly welcome to Ha Noi - the commercial, political, cultural heart witnessing the grandiose activities of the country. Throughout the thousand year history, marked by destruction, wars and natural calamities, Ha Noi still preserves the Old Quarter and over 600 pagodas and temples. We also find out the diversity of 54 ethnic groups in Viet Nam Ethnology Museum, which is both a research centre and a public museum exhibiting the ethnic groups of Viet Nam....Price from: $30.00 / pax Hanoi Street Food Tour Hanoi City Tour full day trip View All
Just 100 km down to the south of Hanoi, Hoa Lu was the ancient capital of Viet Nam from 986 to 1009. Tam coc means three caves, it is often referred Ha Long bay on land. Combining between Hoa Lu and Tam coc , You will have a truly unforgettable experience by rowing along a peaceful Boi river with green paddy field on the banks and knowledge about apart of Viet Nam history. ...Price from: $35.00 / pax Hoa Lu – Tam Coc full day trip View All
Isolated Mai Chau and the nearby villages are in a valley around 139km from Hanoi and only 150 metres above sea level. Nestled between two towering cliffs and surrounded by emerald green paddies, it is an enchanting sight as you approach down the windy cliff side road and the villages and surrounding countryside present an idyllic rural scene that could easily charm you into staying longer than intended....Price from: $35.00 / pax Mai Chau Classic 2 days 1 night Mai Chau Full day Trip View All
The Huong Pagoda (English: Perfume Pagoda, Vietnamese: Chùa Hương) is a vast complex of Buddhist temples and shrines built into the limestone Huong Tich mountains. It is the site of a religious festival which draws large numbers of pilgrims from acrossVietnam. The centre of the Huong Temple lies in Huong Son Commune, Mỹ Đức District, former Hà Tây Province (now Hanoi). The centre of this complex is the Perfume Temple, also known as Chua Trong (Inner Temple), located in Huong Tich Cav...Price from: $ / pax Perfume Pagoda full day tour View All
Sa Pa is a town in the Hoàng Liên Son Mountains of northwestern Vietnam. A popular trekking base, it overlooks the terraced rice fields of the Muong Hoa Valley, and is near the 3,143m-tall Phang Xi Pang peak, which is climbable via a steep, multiday guided walk. Hill tribes, such as the Hmong, Tay and Dao, make up much of the town's local population....Price from: $85.00 / pax Sapa medium trekking 4 nights 3 days by sleeping bus SaPa trekking 3 nights 2 days by sleeping bus View All
HIGH PROMOTION FOR SUMMER...Price from: $157 / pax Best of the North 6 days (group) NATURE WONDERS OF VIET NAM (HANOI-HALONG-NINH BINH-HANOI : 5DAYS 4 NIGHTS) View All
Rendezvous Hostel, the friendly destination, are located in the center of the old town. At Rendezvous Hostel, you have your own utility space with the friendly atmosphere and the profestional staff who are ready to turn your trip into an enjoyable and unforgetable experience. Even on your bed, you can still totally enjoy the 1000-year-old street life around
This hostel is a shining example of what a hostel should be. From the moment I set food in the place I felt so welcome by the staff. Although it was late at night and I was so tired from my flight, I was instantly smiling and rejuvenated by the energy and reception. The dorm room beds were such a cool idea and I loved being up in the crows nest in my little hole in the wall. The lockers were a good size and I felt like everything was secure at all times. I would not hesitate to come back any time.
Hayesy from Australia
In old town, near to attraction. Staffs are extremely commendable for their good service and always with cheerful smile especially the ladies. Loved the common room, wide, cheerful,comfortable chillout place with big tv and sofas. The dorm room are comfortable, stayed 3 times and each time assigned to different floors but all are as confortable as they could be. The mixed dorm hv individual capsule with curtains. Allroom have own big safety box with lock. Highly recommended.
I was in Hanoi for two nights and found my stay at the Hanoi Rendevous Hostel to be really comfortable and relaxing in a busy, chaotic city. You get a towel when you check in and coupons for breakfast. The staff was great. They helped me book a trip to Halong Bay and offered to keep my luggage for me while I was away. They also helped me book a train ticket to Hue. I stayed in the large, mixed dorm room, where we each had our own cube. It was really cute and clean and private. After some previous hostels that I stayed at where I did not feel comfortable sleeping in their beds because they were so dirty, I finally felt I could sleep easy here. It was also fairly quiet because everyone mainly stayed sequestered to their own cube, which had a curtain. The only issue I had was that the the bathrooms were clean, but whenever I took a shower I could smell mold. Also, they never turned on the a/c and only had fans on. The nights were cool enough that the a/c wasn’t really needed, but the first night was a bit humid and the a/c would’ve made it more comfortable. Overall though I would stay there again if in Hanoi and recommend it to others!
I had an excellent four night stay at the hostel. The staff were extremely accommodating, making calls to ensure my train ticket arrived at the hostel and recommending restaurants. They were happy to let me leave my bag in a locker after check-out, while I left Hanoi for two days. The “private” bunks are recommended. Building is clean and modern, good bathrooms, standard but decent breakfast. Excellent location.
I have mixed feelings about that place : I went there twice in March 2015 and went to two different dorms: – the first time, I got the female only dorm on the fourth floor. It was quiet as it was almost completely empty, with very good A/C, I got a fluffy towel when I checked in. They had put a product to make the room smell good, so it was all good for the first two nights. The third night though, the mold whose smell was covered by the perfume won the fight and it got hard to breathe in there. They really need to do something about that, get rid of the mold, not just cover the smell. – the second time, I went with the cheaper option : the dorm on the second floor, with little individual cubicles. It would have been great if it weren’t for the A/C. Or more exactly, the absence of A/C. It was absolutely IMPOSSIBLE to sleep in there. I was on the top row and there was absolutely no air at all : the A/C wasn’t working properly, was cut off most of the time, and the fans do NOT reach the top row. It was a furnace. So they really need to have the A/C on all day long, and/or better fans that reach all the cubicles. Other than that, the hostel had plenty of good sides : lovely staff, very good breakfast (but weakest coffee in all of Vietnam), nice communal room, decent wifi, good location, showers were hot and had good water pressure. The people who slept in the dorm on the 3rd floor told me it was all right, so that seems to be the winner. And maybe they’ve gotten rid of those problems since I’ve been there over a month ago.