Biking around Hanoi Full Day

Biking around Hanoi Full Day

Hanoi - Hanoi Old quarter - Long Bien Bridge - Bat Trang Pottery Village


Do you want to experience a full day in Hanoi like a real local? Let's escape the bustling streets of Hanoi city on a full-day bike tour, cycle through farmlands, along the banks of the Red River; explore rural villages and learn about life outside of Hanoi.. A lot of pleasant surprises are waiting for you!

1 day
Private tour
Departure: Daily departure from Hanoi
Daily departure from Hanoi
Suitable: Active traveler


  • Ride to Bat Trang pottery village to visit the local workshop to know the process of making ceramic products.
  • Try your hand to make your own products.
  • Explore the around area such as new urban area of Eco Park.
  • Visit mysterious Bonsai Garden.


Biking around Hanoi Full Day
In the morning, our guide will pick you up at your hotel then go to the bike store. A short briefing and instruction about biking skills and notes will be given to you before we start the full day cycling tour.

We start the trip by biking on the crowded streets through the Old Quarters. Hanoi Old Quarter has a long history of 2000 years of development which is the beating heart of the city. In here, bustling life of Hanoians is reflected in the most vivid way with crowded streets of people trading with each other.

Then pass the Red River on Long Bien Bridge. Following the path along the dyke of the Red River, we’ll make our way to the first stop: Bat Trang Pottery Village - a small village in the north of Vietnam, is about 13 kilometers south east of Hanoi center. Most of the craftsmen here are specialized for producing many famous ceramic and pottery products of high quality. Bat Trang’s vases, bowls, dishes, and many other kinds of ceramic products have been exported worldwide. Coming to this village, you can also try making a ceramic product by yourself!

After a short break, when you get your mind refreshed by Vietnamese’s traditional green-tea, we visit the pottery workshop of artisan, who will tell you the stories of Bat Trang Village as well as show you the process of making ceramic products.

Afterwards, the cycling day trip will keep on exploring the around area, passing over small ancient-temples, through tiny alleys to find the main road lead to a new urban area of Eco Park.

Leaving the Eco Park, we ride to local restaurant where lunch will be served.

On the way back to Hanoi, we will visit an interesting and mysterious Bonsai Garden – the garden of sophisticate tree sculpting.

The last stop-over is at the Red River Pottery Market of Quang Ba. The route will also take you passing the Red River’s floating houses and fields of colorful flowers.

Continue cycling on the back road along the river to get back to bike store, our guide will assist you to get a taxi and take you to your hotel. Tour ends.

Meals: Lunch
Accommodation: NA

Important Notes:

  • In case of unpredictable bad conditions of weather in Halong Bay, please kindly understand that the cancellation will be made ONLY by the Management Board of Halong Bay and normally the announcement will be informed in short notice.

Price & Inclusion

Select your departure


Important Information


1 Lunch



Price Includes

  • Bike with safety helmets
  • All entrances to museums and sites mentioned
  • Vietnamese English speaking guide
  • 01 bottle of water each 2 - 3 hours cycling
  • Fresh local fruits at break time.
  • Lunch mentioned

Cancellation by Customer

  • More than 10 days prior: 10% of total rates.
  • From 5 to 9 days prior: 50% of total rates.
  • Less than 5 days prior: 100% of total rates.
  • No-Show: 100% of total rates.

Children Policy

  • Not recommended for children under 12 year old.
  • Child under 4 year old: FREE of charge, limit 1 child/ booking
  • Child from 4 - 11 year old: 75% charge
  • Child from 11 year & above: 100% adult rate
Sale Support
"Traveling is our passion"
Let us help you plan an unforgettable trip!
Contact our local experts!
Call us: +84 2436-249-007 Customize This Tour

Questions & Answers