What you’ll get
Duration : 1 day
Departure : Hanoi Old Quarter
Suitable : Family, Friends, All of people
Type : Land tour
A journey to Duong Lam village is a trip to trace back the origin of Vietnam’s culture and Vietnam’s traditions. This is also the great chance to explore architecture of ancient houses while wander along its narrow alleyways, visit temples dedicated to the two kings born there, and most interesting of all, chat with locals living in the ancient houses.
- Trace back the origin of Vietnam’s culture and Vietnam’s traditions
- Explore architecture of ancient houses while wander along its narrow alleyways
- Enjoy the rich fertile farmlands of the Red River Delta scene on the way to Thay (the Master) pagoda at Thay Village
- 1 Lunch
- Shuttle bus
- Price Includes
- Local lunch
- Entrance fees
- Roundtrip transfer
- English speaking guide
- Price Excludes
- Travel insurance
- Extra food and beverages
- Tips and personal expenses.
- Cancellation by Customer
For almost of our tours, once tour is confirmed and fully paid but for one reason they cancel the tour, the following charges will apply in the event of cancellation prior to tour commencement:
- More than 30 days before arrival: No charge
- 15-30 days before arrival: 10% of total tour price.
- 7-15 days before arrival: 50% of total tour price.
- 4-7 days before arrival: 75% of total tour price.
- Within 3 days before arrival: 100% tour price.
- There will be no refund given for any unused or missed ground arrangements, sightseeing, meals or hotel accommodations.
- For no show cases, there will be no refund.
- All cancellations must be in person or in writing and received by Asia Travel Package
- Children Policy
- Under 4 years: Free of Charge.
- From 4 to under 8 years old: 50% of adult's fare and sharing bed with parents.
- From 4 to under 8 years old: 75% of adult's fare and using his own bed (on request)
- Over 8 years old: 100% of adult's fare and using his own bed.
- Hanoi - Thay Pagoda - Tay Phuong Pagoda - Duong Lam Village - Hanoi centre
08.00 Car and guide pick you up at your hotel then heading to the North of the city. Enjoy the rich fertile farmlands of the Red River Delta scene on the way to Thay (the Master) pagoda at Thay Village. This village is very famous as it is the motherland of Water Puppetry. Tour then followed by visit to Tay Phuong Pagoda where the unique collection of Buddhist Statue still remains intact since 17th century.
Have lunch at local restaurant.
Afternoon, visit Duong Lam ancient village of Viet people famous for its hundreds of houses built of later it brick. Visit Mong Phu communal house, Mia Pagoda… After visit one family where three or five generations live together, drive back to centre. Drop off at your hotel.
- Pick you up at your hotel at 8.00 AM
- Beware of your luggage and money
- Inform in advance if you are vegetarian
- All customers must obey the order of your tour guide for your safety
- Passengers are advised not to take along big luggage for convenience.
- What's Included
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Questions & Answers
9.0Based on 3 reviews
Value for money
08 Dec 2018
beautiful place with lovely old buildings and bicycle rentals. charming village, great peanut sticky rice candy and good small restaurants in historic houses
19 Oct 2018
Duong Lam is the sign of a Vietnamese village. Here still remains pretty traditional style houses, traditional lifestyle. In case you wanna understand about Vietnam before you need to go to this particular school. Today there's a great deal of tourism service to deliver visitors though it is not really adequate professional. This place is ideal for ppl who love to explore old things
19 Jul 2018
This was a nice experience to go to a village way outside the normal city limits. Here you can experience what modern day village living is, with a view to how things were in the past. We were able to visit the Pagoda and Temple, which was in the process of being decorated by local nuns and helpers, with flowers and tributes. from there wandering through the streets to the original communal house, where local people still would use the area to spread their corn or grain, or chillis to dry in the blistering sun. Further wandering around the small local streets you could see the kind of accomodation enjoyed by the locals and eventually you can see buildings restored under a UNESCO scheme in 2013 one of which was a family residence of 300 years, that had been in the same family for multiple generations. It was at this place that we stopped for a very nice lunch. The ambience in the house and accompanying buildings was one of peace and tranquility. On exiting we were able to go through one of the old fortress gates as we made our way back to Hanoi.