Rustic & Ancient Beauty of Rural Villages

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Visit and explore ancient villages while driving away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Finally, visit the sacred Nom pagoda, hidden in the pine forest for thousands of centuries and famous for its ancient Buddha statues.

Duration:       4.5 hours

Pick up at:      Hotel

Guide:            English (other languages) speaking guide

Meal:              None


  • All services are performed in accordance with the agreed-upon schedule (In extremely rare unusual instances, we will give equal alternative alternatives (accommodation, flights,…)
  • Travelers to our regions are urged to buy personal medical and/or travel insurance, ideally encompassing loss of bags and personal possessions, as well as medical evacuation coverage if necessary.
  • Reservations made during peak hours may be subject to additional fees.
  • Once all bookings have been completed, the final travel plan will be emailed to you, at which point you will need to make a deposit payment of 30% of the entire trip cost, which is non-refundable.
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  • Payments can be made by credit card or bank transfer. There will be a 3% processing fee on the total amount paid by credit card.
  • Special policy or cancellation conditions may be applied during peak season (Christmas, New Year…)

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  • Visit Long Thuong village – a traditional hanmade village in Hung Yen province
  • Explore a typical village of the North countryside with the full architecture of the local market – Nom pagoda – village temple and ancient houses.

Leave busy Hanoi city to visit Long Thuong village – a traditional handmade village and explore Nom village – the combination of traditional Vietnamese and French architecture.

Tour starts with driving 45 minutes away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Firstly stop at Long Thuong Village has been the home of a community of bronze casters since the 13th century. Explore their village and observe how different families create products suchs as tripod cauldrons, incense-burners and flower vases. Engage with the locals and learn about the history of their community. Then, head on a 20-minute walk on a paved road between rice paddies to visit the 200-year-old Nom Village – the combination of traditional Vietnames and French architecture. Explore the narrow brick roads and visit another antique house, communal house, an ancient well and a banyan tree. Engage in a conversation with the host over a cup of traditional tea to get a glimspe of daily life and culture of village. End the trip with a visit to the holiest place in the village, Nom Pagoda, embedded in a century-old pine forest which is famous for its ancient Buddhist statues.


  • All transfers and sightseeing stated in program by private air conditioned transportation
  • English (other languages) speaking local guide
  • All entrance fees indicated in the program
  • Meal as specified in the program


  • Drinks in meal and not clearly mentioned
  • Other personal expenses/services not mentioned or specified in the tour program
  • Insurrance, gratuities for guide/driver
  • Surcharge for public holidays (if any)