Why travel with Vietnam motorbike tours club

  • Excellent bike
  • Excellent staff
  • Excellent for your pocket money
  • Excellent “unique, breathtaking” routes
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Motorbike touring in Vietnam is always the best choice for those who want to experience Vietnamese country and people in a realest manner. We are a group of motorbike tour operators and tour guides who have a lot of experiences and good at various languages such as English, French and Spanish. We are the first motorbike tour operator with Spanish tour guides in Vietnam. We have been grown up after many years in tourism. We know how to make differences and organize a wonderful trip for you. Don’t hesitate to choose one of the following tour lists or we may customize them depending your financial capacity and number of days. We will try our best to offer everything possible to you so that you will have a meaningful trip in Vietnam.

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1 day tour to Duong Lam ancient village

Highlights

Duong Lam is one of the most famous ancient village in the vicinity of Hanoi. It’s been around for centuries, the Two-king land, the birthplace of two great kings over the history of ancient Vietnam. On our way, we’ll also drop by several temples and pagodas. This will be a day trip densely packed with cultural and historical experience.

Itinerary


Our route will not only take you to the ancient village, but also bring you to see several famous pagodas and temples in the area: Mia pagoda, Thay pagoda, and Tay Phuong pagoda. We’ll ride pass green paddy fields and tree-lined roads in the middle of nowhere with only a couple of houses in the far distance.


We’ll start from our office near Long Bien bridge to avoid morning rush hour in the urban city.


We’ll head off to the outskirt of Hanoi, and start moving West. After 30 minutes of riding, we’ll make a turn into a small quiet road leading Thay pagoda. This small quiet temple is placed neatly between a tree-covered limestone mountain and a green idyllic lake. After a quick tour, we’ll ride on towards Tay Phuong pagoda on top of a small hill, well known for having the most beautifully carved wooden statue. Once we’ve had our fill of the scenery and culture, we’ll move on through the rural area of Thach That district, and arrive Duong Lam around lunch time.


In the afternoon, we’ll explore the village on foot and peep the daily life of villagers, now and before.

Duong Lam village still retains the tell-tale characteristics of an ancient Vietnamese language: village gate, banyan trees, water stations, village courts, village well, guard outpost, local god temple, and temples for immortalized heroic sons and daughters of the village; i.e. the two great warrior kings that came from Duong Lam village: Phung Hung and Ngo Quyen.

Duong Lam village is actually an ensemble of 9 villages interconnecting with shared culture, value, religion, and local laws. The road system in Duong Lam is unique, in that they are laid fish-bone-shaped, thus you’d never turn your back on the village saint walking away from the temple. Duong Lam is also famous for its centuries old laterite buildings and trees.
We’ll start heading back at around 3 pm, reaching Hanoi at 5, safely ending our 1 day adventure into rural Hanoi.

Duong Lam village is actually an ensemble of 9 villages interconnecting with shared culture, value, religion, and local laws. The road system in Duong Lam is unique, in that they are laid fish-bone-shaped, thus you’d never turn your back on the village saint walking away from the temple. Duong Lam is also famous for its centuries old laterite buildings and trees.
We’ll start heading back at around 3 pm, reaching Hanoi at 5, safely ending our 1 day adventure into rural Hanoi.

 
Duong Lam is one of the most famous ancient village in the vicinity of Hanoi. It’s been around for centuries, the Two-king land, the birthplace of two great kings over the history of ancient Vietnam. On our way, we’ll also drop by several temples and pagodas. This will be a day trip densely packed with cultural and historical experience.