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Unravel the hidden gems of the Vietnamese countryside with our enchanting Hanoi Village Tour. Immerse yourself in the true charm of rural life as you venture beyond the city’s borders. Wander through quaint villages surrounded by lush landscapes where time seems to stand still. Our handpicked Hanoi Village Tours promise a fascinating and unforgettable adventure, packed with rich experiences.

Get a feel for the past as you witness skilled artisans practicing traditional crafts, creating exquisite works passed down through generations. Feel the pulse of the land as you join local farmers in their daily work, cultivating fertile fields to sustain the community. From cycling through emerald rice paddies to participating in hands-on workshops, every moment of your journey will be a celebration of authentic Vietnamese heritage and culture.

Contact us now to start your rich Hanoi Village Tours and delve deeper into the cultural richness of the countryside. Let My Hanoi Tours tailor the perfect itinerary, combining unique experiences that will leave you with fond memories of this extraordinary journey.

Tour Route: Hanoi – Thu Sy Bamboo Fish Trap Village- Ban Yen Nhan Soy Sauce Village – Hanoi

Tour Highlights

  • Witness the age-old craft of fish trap making, handed down through generations.
  • Capture the intricate designs of bamboo traps against the backdrop of traditional old houses.
  • Continue to Ban Yen Nhan Soy Sauce Village and delve into the rich heritage of soy sauce production.

Tour Route: Red River Dyke - Bat Trang Ceramic Village - Dong Ho Village - Dong Ky Village

Tour Highlights

  • Your personal guide will pick you up at your hotel and drive you to the Ceramic Village of Bat Trang.
  • Discover the villagers' daily lives, ceramic production, and design your own bowl or teacup.
  • Visit Dong Ho Village for unique Vietnamese art and Dong Ky Village for traditional Vietnamese furniture.

Tour Route: Hanoi - Bat Trang Ceramic Village - Hanoi

Tour Highlights

  • Explore Bat Trang, a renowned ceramic and pottery village dating back to the 15th century
  • Visit the historical Bat Trang Communal House, showcasing traditional architecture
  • Discover the workshops of notable ceramic artists and witness their creative process.
  • Try your hand at creating ceramic products, such as cups or bowls
  • Visit a French-style building from the 1920s for an intriguing contrast

Tour Route: Hanoi - Chuong conical hat village - Chuong Pagoda - Hanoi

Tour Highlights

  • Explore the renowned Chuong Conical Hat Village, famous for crafting the iconic "Non la" – traditional Vietnamese conical hats.
  • Discover the symbolic significance of the conical hat in Vietnamese culture.
  • Immerse yourself in the rich history of Chuong Village.
  • Visit Chuong Pagoda and the communal house, gaining insights into the area's ancient history.
  • Witness the meticulous crafting process of conical hats and have the chance to purchase unique souvenirs.

Tour Route: Hanoi - Phu Lang village - Dai Bai village - Hanoi

Tour Highlights

  • Immerse yourself in the picturesque landscapes of Northern Vietnam's countryside.
  • Pedal along tranquil rural village lanes, engaging in an active exploration that brings you close to local life.
  • Learn the traditional art of pottery-making in Phu Lang village, witnessing the creation of exquisite ceramic products.
  • Discover the time-honored bronze casting tradition in Dai Bai village.
  • Engage with artisans and families, gaining insights into their daily lives, enjoying Vietnamese green tea.

Tour Route: To Lich River - Dinh Cong Jewelry Handicraft Village - Old Thang Long Capital

Tour Highlights

  • Explore the 1500-year-old Dinh Cong Jewelry Handicraft Village.
  • Discover the village's rich history as a hub for fine art jewelry trading and manufacturing.
  • Witness skilled silversmiths practicing the intricate craft at the local temple, a living testament to Vietnam's cultural beauty.
  • Engage with passionate local artisans and gain insights into their craftsmanship, appreciating the cultural significance of silver products.

Tour Route: Hanoi - Duong Lam Ancient Village - Mong Phu Temple - Mia Pagoda - Hanoi

Tour Highlights

  • Explore the ancient village with a history of 1,200 years and houses dating back up to 400 years
  • Walk through the narrow alleys, interact with locals over green tea
  • Visit the well-preserved Mong Phu Temple, the only hamlet with the original village entrance gate intact
  • Cycle to Mia Pagoda, home to a vast collection of statues
  • Visit Ngo Quyen and Phung Hung Temples dedicated to national heroes

Tour Route: Duong Lam Ancient Village - Mong Phu Temple - Mia Pagoda

Tour Highlights

  • Explore Duong Lam Ancient Village, a 1,200-year-old national relic with historic houses dating back centuries.
  • Engage with friendly villagers, walk through narrow alleys, and enjoy green tea in traditional houses.
  • Visit a lacquer painting workshop and witness the preservation of traditional Vietnamese art.
  • Explore Mong Phu Temple, Mia Pagoda (built in the 15th century), and temples honoring national heroes Ngo Quyen and Phung Hung.

Tour Route: Hanoi - Duong Lam Village - Mong Phu Temple - Mia Pagoda - Thay Pagoda - Tay Phuong Pagoda - Hanoi

Tour Highlights

  • Discover the national relic of Duong Lam, with its unique architecture and age-old houses.
  • Visit the intact hamlet within Duong Lam, featuring Mong Phu temple of cultural importance.
  • Explore the 15th-century Mia Pagoda, adorned with 287 statues of various sizes.
  • Immerse yourself in the charm of Thay Pagoda, surrounded by ancient structures and natural beauty.
  • Ascend 239 steps to Tay Phuong Pagoda, known for its serene hillside setting and ancient architecture.

Tour Highlights

  • Witness the age-old art of rice paper production in Tho Ha Rice Paper Village
  • Explore Xuan Lai Burnt Bamboo Furniture Village, where bamboo is transformed into exquisite dark brown furniture.
  • Immerse yourself in the authentic atmosphere of traditional Vietnamese architecture.

Tour Route: Canon Emplacement – Helicopter Airport – Commander Tunnel – Ladies’ Camp - Duong Lam Ancient Village - Hanoi

Tour Highlights

  • Explore Ba Vi mountainous areas, known for the mix of Kinh, Muong, and Dao ethnic groups.
  • Discover the ancient town of Duong Lam with visits to communal houses, ancient houses, and local markets.
  • Enjoy a trekking tour in Ba Vi Mountain.
  • Experience local products and specialties in Duong Lam Village.
  • Take time for relaxation at the resort or explore Ba Vi's Lord Mountain area.

Tour Route: Hanoi - Bat Trang Ceramic village - Hanoi

Tour Highlights

  • Immerse yourself in the age-old tradition of ceramic craftsmanship in Bat Trang.
  • Visit the Bat Trang communal house, a historic site dating back to the 18th century.
  • Admire the unique blend of French and traditional Vietnamese architecture in the village.
  • Meet renowned ceramic artists like Tran Van Do, To Thanh Son, and Vu Duc Thang.
  • Get creative and make your own ceramic masterpieces under the guidance of skilled artists.

Things to Do for Wonderful Hanoi Countryside & Village Tours

Hanoi, the heart of Vietnam, is known as one of the most ancient capitals in the world. Being famous for the ancient beauty blending with modern development, it is the best choice for tourists looking for destinations that are rich in the unique culture and profound history. When you travel to Hanoi, if you want to have a more new and interesting experience, getting away from dust, noise and chaos of busy Hanoi’s city center to visit several handicraft villages is a good idea. They will leave an unforgettable impression in the hearts of visitors. The following is the guide to explore the most attractive sights and best recommended activities for your Hanoi countryside village tour.

Bat Trang – Spirit of Pottery Art in Hanoi Countryside trip

Bat Trang Ceramic Village

You should start your Hanoi countryside village tour in Bat Trang ceramic village. Being a small village located on the bank of Red River and about 13 km from Hanoi to the East, Bat Trang is the most famous for ceramic and pottery products of high quality in Vietnam.

Bat Trang Traditional Ceramic Village
Bat Trang Ceramic Village - Hanoi Tours
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Bat Trang ceramics are produced for daily household use such as bowls, cup, dishes, pot, bottle, vases, etc; worshipping, building, or decoration purposes. They are favorite products not only in the domestic market but also in many foreign countries in the world because of high quality, various designs, and types. This amazing village is an ideal place for those who want to get bored with the crowds and chaos in the bustle city life.

Best things to do in Bat Trang pottery village

Visiting this village will give you a great chance to test your skills and creativeness by taking part in a class to make ceramic products as a gift for your friend or beloved one. When arriving, you should be excited about this ancient land with an amazing view of pottery and ceramic products scattering the alleyways all over the special village. Enjoying the peace of Vietnamese traditional villages, visitors can stroll around and go deeply into the village, stop at a small family factory to discover the process of making pottery. Visitors can witness talented craftsmen forming, painting and glazing their products in traditional ways.

Bat Trang Ceramic Village
Making ceramic products by yourself
Bat Trang Ceramic Museum

After learning about the basic process of making a pottery product, you will have a chance to practice with large moist clay, turntable, mold, and tools to make for yourself a masterpiece. After that, visitors can join the drawing class to decorate their products like other Bat Trang products then take the achievement home. Visitors should not forget to go to the pottery market where you can buy or just have a look of colorful and high-quality ceramic items. Bat Trang pottery is a meaningful souvenir of great significance for relatives and friends. Tourist can also visit Bat Trang Ceramic Museum, a new place with unique architecture, was built to showcase the quintessence things of craftsman here.

How to get Bat Trang Ceramic Village

Bat Trang pottery village is in Gia Lam, a district in Hanoi. You can catch the bus 47 (Long Bien- Bat Trang) which runs every 20 minutes. If you ride a motorbike to Bat Trang, it takes about 20 minutes to get there.

Van Phuc Silk Village – Wonderful cradle of Vietnamese Silk

Introduction of Van Phuc Silk Village

Van Phuc silk village, which is situated on the banks of Nhue Thi River, Nguyen Trai Road, near Ha Dong city, 15 km southwest of Ha Noi, is famous over centuries for its traditional weaving techniques and high-quality silk products, making it the most ancient silk village in Vietnam.

Van Phuc Traditional Silk Village
Van Phuc Silk Village
Van Phuc Silk in Hanoi Day Trip

The special feature of Van Phuc silk is that when people wear it, they will feel soft and gentle, warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Ha Dong silk, as well as traditional crafts of Van Phuc, often referred to in many Vietnamese poems, songs, and movies.

Things to do in Van Phuc silk village

When visiting Van Phuc Silk Village, tourists are offered a good chance to explore how the traditional silk be woven from the natural silk, giving the smooth and lightweight. Visiting Van Phuc Silk Village, visitors will feel like stepping back in time when being impressed by some typical things of an ancient with banyan tree, well, communal house, and the sound of power-looms everywhere. Walk along with the silk shop town, it is easy to buy some great silk products & souvenirs for those at home. Travelers can also visit the Exhibition house of traditional silk products to see an old wooden loom from the 19th century.

Van Phuc Silk Village
how to make Van Phuc Silk

How to Get the Silk Village of Van Phuc

To visit Van Phuc Village, visitors should travel southwest out of Hanoi center on Nguyen Trai street. This ancient village is about 10 km far from Hanoi center. When reaching the border of Ha Dong district, you should turn right and drive about 3km to arrive in the village. Another choice is catching the local bus 02 or 21 then walk 500m to reach Van Phuc village.

Dong Ho Painting Village – Best Countryside village for Flawless Poonah Paper Paintings

Introduction of Dong Ho Painting Village

Located on the southern bank of the Red River, Dong Ho painting village is the cradle of wood carving and Poonah paper paintings for 300 years of history. Being famous for making unique artwork, Dong Ho Village, as well as its famous paintings, is considered as an aesthetic symbol of traditional value in Vietnamese culture.

Dong Ho painting village Hanoi tour package
Dong Ho Village

Dong Ho folk paintings are printed on Do or Poonah paper. These artworks are lively descriptions of the countryside’s beauty, traditional customs, festivals; colorful scenes of daily life, mythical and historical aspects, symbols of prosperity, etc. They also reflect people’s feelings, dreams as well as wishes for lucks. Dong Ho folk paintings are well-known both domestics and foreign markets.

Best things to do in Dong Ho Painting village

When visitors arrive in Dong Ho, you will have a good chance to enjoy beautiful paintings and learn the process of making Dong Ho pictures. Artisans living here have an impressive printing technique to create unique paintings. Visitors can take part in a drawing class to make a simple picture under the guidance of professional artisans.

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Dong Ho Village
Young people try to make Dong Ho picture in countryside trip from Hanoi

In the past, Dong Ho paintings only hang to decorate houses on traditional Tet holiday. Therefore, when you walk around Dong Ho painting village, travelers will feel like the scene and atmosphere of the traditional New Year.

How to get Dong Ho Painting Village

If visitors want to go to Dong Ho village from Hanoi, follow National Highway 5 toward Hai Phong (about 15km) to Phu Thuy station, then turn left, keep going about 18 km to Ho Street - the district of Thuan Thanh district. From here turn left and go about 2km to Ho village. The simpler way is to take the bus 204 (22,000 VND) to Thuan Thanh - Bac Ninh then catches a taxi or a motorbike to Dong Ho painting village.

Da Sy Forging Village – The time-honored Hanoi village

Da Sy Forging Village Information

As the most famous blacksmith craft villages in Vietnam, Da Sy village is located in Kien Hung Commune, Ha Dong Town. Throughout the ups and downs, this small but famous village still retains its popular crafts with a wide range of knives, rakes, scissors, sickles, hoes, spades, machinery parts, garden tools, or other different kitchen implements.

Da Sy Forging Village in Hanoi Countryside trip
Da Sy Forging Village in Hanoi Countryside trip
Searching for a day trips from Hanoi Da Sy village is a must visit destination

Having a long history of forging, Da Sy gains its reputation because of the skillful steel tempering and the great technique for making a knife-edge, which is handed down from generation to generation. In the past, the biggest markets of Da Sy village were Laos and Cambodia, but now, this ancient village also exports various products to other countries such as Germany, France, and the US.

Best things to do in Da Sy Forging village

Visitors come to this Vietnam’s typical traditional craft village will be excited to take part in a class of making knives. Under the guidance and supervision of local blacksmith residents, visitors will learn to make a unique one-of-a-kind knife that can be brought back home. Travelers will be surprised to experience the sophisticated process of forging hand-made crafts using traditional methods. Moreover, head to the village, visitors can see the metal being beaten into knives, scissors, rakes, sickles, and other farms, kitchen or garden tools.

Knife making class in Da Sy village which is involved in Hanoi countryside tour
Tours in Hanoi Vietnam to Hanoi countryside Da Sy village

How to get Da Sy Forging Village

Da Sy Village, which is situated in Ha Dong, is quite close to the Hanoi center. Thus, it is easy to reach this forging village. Visitors can take a taxi (about $5), or catch a local bus to get there.