Hanoi seen from double-decker bus
VietReader 3-11-2020, 10:22

Hanoi seen from double-decker bus


The roofless 80-seat double-decker buses have 13 stops going through over 30 famous attractions, allowing travelers to explore and experience the city in their own way (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





From the stops, passengers can walk to 30 renowned cultural and historical landscapes, including Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, West Lake – Tran Quoc pagoda, the Temple of Literature, Hanoi Old Quarter (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





The buses are equipped with an automatic multi-lingual narration system in Vietnamese, English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Tourists now can experience double-decker bus tour around Hanoi at an attractive price of 130000 VND per adult, 95000 per child aging from 6 to 11. Kids under 6 are given free rides. (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





The promotion campaign is scheduled to last until December 312020 (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Tickets are issued in electronic form. A ticket is valid for four hours, during which they can hop on and off any double decker buses (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





The buses run from 9:15 to 17:15 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. They departs in every 30 minutes (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





From the stops, passengers can walk to 30 renowned cultural and historical landscapes, including Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, West Lake – Tran Quoc pagoda, the Temple of Literature, Hanoi Old Quarter (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Greeneries in Hanoi seen from a double-decker bus (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Trang Thi street in Hanoi seen from a double-decker bus (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





The roofless 80-seat double-decker buses have 13 stops going through over 30 famous attractions, allowing travelers to explore and experience the city in their own way (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Autumn is the best time to experience double-decker bus trips as the weather is pleasant (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Hanoi Flag Tower seen from a double decker bus (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Statue of Vladimir Lenin on Dien Bien Phu street (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Hoang Dieu street, one of the most poetic streets in Hanoi (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Tourists now can experience double-decker bus tour around Hanoi at an attractive price of 130000 VND per adult, 95000 per child aging from 6 to 11. Kids under 6 are given free rides. (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Thanh Nien street looks tranquil when being seen from above (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Tourists on double-decker bus trips can see dazzling flower vendors on Thuy Khue street (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Young fellows chilling at weekend with Hanoi’s signature West Lake ice-creams (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





From the stops, passengers can walk to 30 renowned cultural and historical landscapes, including Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, West Lake – Tran Quoc pagoda, the Temple of Literature, Hanoi Old Quarter (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Colorful street vendors seen from above (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Hanoi Ceramic Road seen from above (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Ba Dinh Square in Hanoi seen from double-decker bus (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





The double-decker bus takes tourists through the Presidential Palace, one of Hanoi’s must-visit landmarks (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





The roofless 80-seat double-decker buses have 13 stops going through over 30 famous attractions, allowing travelers to explore and experience the city in their own way (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





From the stops, passengers can walk to 30 renowned cultural and historical landscapes, including Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, West Lake – Tran Quoc pagoda, the Temple of Literature, Hanoi Old Quarter (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Temple of Literature seen from a double-decker bus (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





The buses are equipped with an automatic multi-lingual narration system in Vietnamese, English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





St. Joseph’s Cathedral in downtown Hanoi (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)





Supreme People’s Court on Ly Thuong Kiet street (Photo: Minh Son/Vietnam+)

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