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Hanoi Tours & Day Trips | Hanoi Tourism by Locals

Our Hanoi tour packages take you around this thousand-year-old city and its vicinity attractions at the most competitive price. Each carefully designed itinerary for your day tours and short excursions cater to the different needs of our valued clients from all over the world. All of the tours ensure to take you to highlights of Hanoi: Ho Chi Minh complex, Temple of Literature, Museums, Hanoi Hilton Prisons, Temples, Pagodas, and many places of interest of Hanoi within your budget.

Vietnam Local Tour Operator also offers some unique programs to visit some handicraft villages nearby Hanoi on a bike to experience the real Vietnam. Furthermore, we operate trips and excursion packages from Hanoi to Halong Bay, Ninh Binh, Sapa with unforgettable experiences. Please keep in mind that, we can tailor-made a Hanoi tour that meets your time frame & unique needs. Contact us now to behold the elegant charm of Hanoi.

Top Hanoi Tours and Tours Around Hanoi

The North of Vietnam is amazing at everywhere from its majestic natural beauty to unique ancient one. Start from Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam of ancient constructions and long-established cultures, then reach Hoa Lu, ancient capital Vietnam since 1oth century, after that visit the picturesque areas of Tam Coc to explore the beautiful area, which named as Halong Bay on land. A great chance to explore Halong Bay, the World Heritage site of Vietnam and the top famous destination in North Vietnam. The best of 5-day North Vietnam tour provides a great balance for a short time in Vietnam trip.

There are very interesting local culture activities in the area near by the beautiful Ba Be Lake that have been in existence for a very long time. This tour allows us with a good combination of way of seeing this fascinating area of Vietnam: such as visiting the stunning landscapes of Ba Be Lake and the surrounding regions as well the great tunnel cave of Puong, boat riding on the Nang River , especially a trip to the market of Cao Thuong that held only 6 times a month, here it is less touristy and free of hassle, in addition there will be trekking along buffalos trails to see the ethnic village of Cam, we will stay overnight in a little hamlet on the banks of the Nang River, this will give you a chance to view the scene of local people trading forestry and farm productions on the waterfront wharf.

Explore this beautiful natural Lake located in Ba Be National Park, where there is dramatic landscape and authentic culture, it is only 280 km from Hanoi. After careful review, Viet Vision Travel would like to offer a 2 day trip to Ba Be Lake for those who love exploring nature combined with local culture with a schedule that does not rush you. Within 2 days you will be able to enjoy sightseeing to beautiful ethnic villages in the region around the national park; this will be via an easy bike ride from the local village where you are having your home stay. There will also be a tranquil boat trip on Ba Be Lake and the River Nang to view romantic and imposing landscape.

Join your personal guide for a journey to Bat Trang Ceramic Village, where you'll witness daily life and craft your own ceramic piece. Explore Dong Ho Village for Vietnamese art and Dong Ky Village for traditional furniture, immersing yourself in Vietnam's cultural treasures.

Indulge in the rich tapestry of Vietnamese culture with a visit to the Chuong conical hat village. Begin your journey at Chuong Pagoda, an ancient temple steeped in spiritual significance and history, providing a window into the region's deep-rooted heritage. Engage with talented local families as they demonstrate the intricate craftsmanship behind the iconic conical hats, a symbol of Vietnamese tradition and identity. Immerse yourself in the rhythms of village life, gaining valuable insights into the customs and traditions preserved by its inhabitants.

Cuc Phuong National Park is one of Vietnam’s most beautiful and important protected areas and easily accessible from Hanoi - only a 2,5 hour journey by road. The ancient forest contains almost 2000 species of trees and amongst them lives some amazing and rare animals including the Clouded leopard, Delacour’s Langur, Owston’s Civet, Otters and Asian Black Bears! Highlights: Visitor center & endangered primate rescue center - Botanical gardens - The cave of prehistoric man (0,3km walk) - Big tree (9km walk on loop trail with some small rocky slopes) Tour Level: Moderation Group Size: Private Tour Only

Cuc Phuong National Park is one of the most beautiful and important protected areas in Vietnam. It is very easily accessible from Hanoi - just only a 2 ½ hour journey by road. The ancient forest contains almost 2000 species of trees with amazing and rare animals including the Clouded leopard, Delacour’s Langur, Owston’s Civet, Otters and Asian Black Bears. Tour Level: Moderation Group Size: Private only - 1 people and above Commencement date: Upon request Customize tours: Our Trip can be shorter or extend further for visiting next beautiful destination such as Mai Chau, Halong bay, or stone churd o Phat Diem... Special interest: Enjoy sightseeing Tam Coc, Endangered Primate Rescue centre and primary jungle of Cuc Phuong.

Embark on a journey through time at the ancient Dinh Cong Jewelry Handicraft Village, boasting a legacy spanning 1500 years. Delve into the village's storied past as a center for the trade and creation of exquisite fine art jewelry. Marvel at the mastery of skilled silversmiths as they practice the intricate "đậu bạc" craft within the hallowed halls of the local temple, serving as a living testament to Vietnam's cultural richness.

General Information Duration :   1 Day Tour Type : Starts / Ends :   Hanoi / Hanoi Tour Route:   Hanoi – Halong Bay – Hanoi Halong Bay, has been recognized by UNESCO as the World Natural Heritage for its universal values of landscape, geology and geomorphology, respectively in 1994 and 2000. A day boat will take us around and [...]

This is a cultural village on the outskirts of Hanoi, about 15km from the city center. Here you will see the old Vietnamese countryside on a bicycle. An enjoyable experience!

Experience the enchanting Duong Lam Ancient Village, a 1,200-year-old national relic boasting historic houses. Engage with friendly villagers, enjoy traditional green tea, and explore narrow alleys. Visit a lacquer painting workshop to witness traditional Vietnamese artistry. Discover sacred sites like Mong Phu Temple, Mia Pagoda, and temples honoring national heroes Ngo Quyen and Phung Hung, delving into Vietnam's rich cultural heritage.

Hanoi is located in the Red River Delta, in the center of North Vietnam. Hanoi means "the hinterland between the rivers". Throughout the thousand years of its eventful history, marked by destruction, wars and natural calamities, Hanoi still preserves many ancient architectural works including the Old Quarter and over 600 pagodas and temples. Famous sites include the One Pillar Pagoda (built in 1049), the Temple of Literature (built in 1070), Hanoi Citadel, Hanoi Opera House, President Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum...Welcome to Hanoi!

General Information Duration : Tour Type : Starts / Ends :   Your hotel in Hanoi / Your hotel in Hanoi Tour Route:   enjoy sightseeing while boat row and perfume pagoda The Perfume Pagoda is one of the highlights of the Hanoi area and one of the most important religious sites in Buddhist in Vietnam. The pagoda itself [...]

General Information Duration :   Days Trip Tour Type : Starts / Ends :   Hanoi / Hanoi Tour Route:   Halong Bay At 08:00, we will be met by Viet Vision Travel’s local tour guide at the lobby of hotel; then we all transfer to Halong Bay, Quang Ninh province. Driving along the Red River Delta with outskirt of Hanoi; [...]

We are met at the lobby of hotel by local tour guide then transfer 2,5 hour driving to Ninh Binh where we take amazing rowing boat to visit Trang An Eco-Tourism area. Trang An Eco-Tourism complex is a home of 600 kinds of flora and over 200 kinds of fauna that many of them in the Red book of Vietnam.

Hanoi is one of the most interesting cities in Southeast Asia. Being the capital of Vietnam, the Hanoi City is slow-paced yet quick to charm, with a lovely landscape of lakes, shaded boulevards, verdant public parks, and French-colonial architecture. Hanoi personifies the spirit of historic Vietnam in the temples, monuments, and pockets of ancient culture along the narrow streets of the Old Quarter, yet perfectly reflects the rapid changes sweeping the country as Hanoi Yuppies sip cappuccinos in roadside cafes and compare cell phones. Hanoi City tour will bring you to full discovery with authentic experiences.

General Information Duration : Haft day (9 am to 1.30 pm) Tour Type : Starts / Ends : Your hotel in Hanoi / Your hotel in Hanoi Tour Route: introduce raw food in Hang Be Market Tour, Cooking lesson, Delicious lunch Getting to know the food is also the great way of getting to know [...]

General Information Duration :   2 Days Tour Type :   Easy biking, walking, handicraft village, language class Starts / Ends :   Hanoi / Hanoi Tour Route:   Hanoi – Thay Pagoda – Tay Phuong Pagoda – Hanoi Outskirt Villages – Hanoi Day 1: Basic Vietnamese Language class (L, D) We are picked up at hotel at 8:00am and transfer to the [...]

General Information Duration :   From 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Tour Type : Starts / Ends :   Your hotel in Hanoi / Your hotel in Hanoi Tour Route:   Ho Chi Minh complex, One Pillar pagoda, Temple of Literature, cyclo ride round bustling and vibrant old town, Museum of Ethnology, Ngoc Son temple. Hanoi’s history dates back almost a [...]

Tour Route: Ecopark Complex - Kim Lan Village - Bat Trang Ceramic Village - Sky Oasis building

Tour Highlights

  • Explore a centuries-old ceramic-making village and its cultural sites.
  • Experience local ferry rides and visit gardens and flower fields.
  • Enjoy a tasty Vietnamese meal at a local restaurant.
  • Discover the renowned pottery village, visit a ceramic museum, and shop for unique ceramics.

Hanoi and its environs are the birthplace of many quintessential Vietnamese dishes, such as Pho and Bun cha, and the city is often cited as one of the world's great food capitals. It is also a street-eater's paradise, with a plethora of options for those who want to eat like a local. In fact, many swear that the best food in Hanoi is found on the sidewalk, with dishes that often feature fish sauce, lemongrass, chilies, and cilantro and other fresh herbs. This Street Food Tour – Half day allows us to explore Hanoi Old quarter, enjoy sightseeing the Ancient Hanoi's architectural constructions, market visits and enjoy street snacks or street noodles and drinks.

General Information Duration : Tour Type : Starts / Ends :   Your hotel in Hanoi / Your hotel in Hanoi Tour Route:   famous pagodas, Buddhism religion of Vietnam, lunch in ancient village of Duong Lam In the morning (8.00am), we’ll depart Hanoi and drive on to Thay Pagoda… The complex also has some charming temples some linked [...]

General Information Duration :   From 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm Tour Type : Starts / Ends :   Your hotel in Hanoi / Your hotel in Hanoi Tour Route:   world natural heritage of HaLong Bay Start from the hotel at 8.30 am, we drive to Bat Trang to see firsthand the ancient art of ceramic making at a workshop. [...]

Hoa Binh is cradle of Vietnam civilization and also the home of 6 difference ethnic minority group. With natural beauty landscape of mountains, Hoa Binh definitely worth while to come for our sightseeing and ethnic culture tours, within only one day tours we can go for short walking in villages of Muong ethnic people and enjoy boat cruising on beautiful lake of Hoa Binh Hydro Electric Power Station. Finally before get back to Hanoi. We will visit Ho Chi Minh Trail Museum.

Hoa Lu was the first capital of Vietnam since 10th century. The area is also one of out standing beauty natural with limestone peaks whose splendor is often said to surpass that of Ha Long Bay. It is true that Hoa Lu & Tam Coc is often referred to as the Ha Long Bay on land.

Tour Highlights

  • Your personal guide and driver will pick you up from your hotel.
  • Transfer to Vong Village, about 5-6 km from central Hanoi.
  • Explore the village, visit locals' homes, and witness daily life.
  • Discover the manual sticky rice manufacturing process in traditional houses.
  • Return to Hanoi and enjoy a delightful local lunch at a restaurant.

Mai Chau is just 130 km in the northwest of Hanoi and it sets amongst some of northern Vietnam's most stunning scenery. This 4-day Mai Chau tour offers a combination of culture and adventure; allows us to spend 3 nights in ethnic minority villages, trekking and walking an average of 5 to 6 hours a day. This trip is definitely special for travelers who prefer to get off the beaten track as Mai Chau where you can enjoy the endearingly hidden and untouched beauty.

This trip allows us to explore Mai Chau in three days. The trip offers both adventure and hill tribe life. We will get into the heart of the Muong and White Thai villages and stay in their traditional stilt houses.

Mai Chau is a mountainous region located in Hoa Binh province, approximately 135 km from Hanoi and 65km from Hoa Binh. The Ban Lac People have Thai ancestors that settled in the North-Western area of Vietnam. The tribe White Thai settled in the same area and make up the largest ethnic population of the region. The Mai Chau area is well known for its stilt houses. The type of stilt houses, or pile dwellings, they construct are called Thai stilt houses and are made of bamboo and timber. These houses are elevated 10-12 feet off the ground in order to avoid water damage and shelter animals from the elements.

Noted: This trip is special designed for Asian market This trip starts from the stately Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam, we will have chance to see the real Hanoi as well as watching the most impressive show; the Water Puppet Show. Then we are going to explore Halong Bay, the World Heritage site of Vietnam, where we will have chance to explore the amazing landscape á well as many beautiful caves in the area.

This 5 day trip allows us to explore the most stunning scenery of the northern part of Vietnam. We will be fascinating from charming colonial city of Hanoi to imposing landscape of kart stone mountains in Tam Coc, Hoa Lu ancient capital of Vietnam and Natural World Heritage Site of Halong Bay.

The Perfume Pagoda is a part of Huong Son Tourist Area, which covers an area of a thousand hectares and includes a complex of mountains, rivers and streams, villages, pagodas, and grottoes surrounded by the Huong Tich Mountain Range, This is one of the highlights of the Hanoi area, specially this is one of the most important religious sites of Vietnam Buddhism. The Pagoda itself is located inside a huge lm stone cave where we have to take a short trek after a boat trip along the Yen River We will have the chance to glide along scenic waterways and walk up steep mountain paths visiting the pagodas and temples that were built in this area over the centuries.

General Information Duration :   From 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm Tour Type : Starts / Ends :   Your hotel in Hanoi / Your hotel in Hanoi Tour Route:   tradition folk art performance of water puppet, Hanoi specialty Puppetry is a traditional performing art long existed among the ethnic groups living in Vietnam. It originates from the wet rice [...]

Located about 30km northeast of Hanoi, the wood carving village of Trang Liet, Dong Ky and grow Mulberry and spun thread of silk village of Vong Nguyet are a partly modernized as an essential. However, they all still reserve their own typical characters that will be exposed by walking along the brick alleys. Coming here we will have chance to pass the old local houses’ gates, stroll along the river dike and lush the landscape of rice paddy as well as the vast mulberry farms. All things make you breath away and relax. Group Size: Private Tour Only Commencement date: Advice upon booking Special interest: Daily life culture and traditional value of Vietnam are still reminding, strolling on villages lane, enjoy real Vietnam culture atmosphere.

General Information Duration :   one day tour (from 8:00 Am to 7:00 PM) Tour Type : Starts / Ends :   Hanoi / Hanoi Tour Route:   world natural heritage of HaLong bay Ha Long Bay, located in the Gulf of Tonkin, about 160 km northeast of Hanoi covers an area of 1,500 square km. With more than a thousand [...]

If cooking were painting, Vietnam would have one of the world’s most colorful palettes. The great diversity of its climate and terrain can produce almost anything that can be eaten. The Vietnamese ourselves have no culinary inhibitions and are always willing to try something new. When you combine the two, nothing is ruled out. The picture of Vietnamese cuisine is vast and varied, always subject to innovation, and always vibrantly colorful. Viet Kitchen Spring offers private cooking classes with our team of professional chefs. During the class itself you will be provided with your own workstation as you enjoy the challenge of producing Vietnamese foods. We will help you to make it happen at VKS.

Things to Do & See for Fantastic Hanoi Tours

Wander Around the Old Quarters

Hanoi Old Quarter is one of the two most well-known districts in Hanoi (the other being the Ba Dinh District). It is a business center and also quite a prominent spot among tourists. A typical scene in Hanoi streets are sidewalks teeming with bicycles and scooters while crowds of people scavenge markets and barter loudly with street vendors. Hanoi Old Quarter in HAnoi Tour While exploring Old Quarters you have no choice but to confront the traffic as a local would do and experience the history on the go. It’s an interesting blend of ancient history (Hanoi celebrated a millennial birthday in 2010) and commercialism. Hanoi is famous with many complexes of French colonial architecture, lots of pagodas and Buddhist temples, then lost in the streets. These streets were named to the business set up over 1,000 years ago. Most of these businesses were craft shops, but today a lot of them turned into something more commercial and modern. Even you can still find shops owned by the same families for the centuries, they sell original handcrafted products.

Visit the Ancient House & St Joseph's Cathedral in Hanoi Old Quarters

The best way to discover the difference between Vietnamese architecture and the later-on French colonialism is through these two buildings (they are taken place in the same neighborhood). The ancient house is an example of the typical architecture of antique houses. St Joseph's Cathedral in Hanoi Old Quarters The house is made of two main blocks bound together by a square yard in the middle on the ground floor, and a small balcony on the 1st floor. The yard is consisted right at the center of the building to moderate the air, provide the house with sunshine and cool air. Take a visit to Saint Joseph Cathedral, which is a hybrid of Vietnamese and Western architectural styles. Saint Joseph Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral done in a Neo-Gothic style. It was built around 120 years ago. The cathedral was constructed and completed in 1886 after the French army conquered Hanoi. The architecture of the cathedral follows the rules of the Gothic style and design of the Paris Cathedral. The appearance of the cathedral, the doors, the stained-glass windows and the religious paintings all follow a clear Western style. However, the interior is decorated in a Vietnamese style, with the dominating colors of yellow & red.

Visit Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

The mausoleum is the resting place of, the revolution leader Ho Chi Minh, who was the President of the Communist Party of Vietnam, at the very same place where he in 1945, read the Declaration of Independence and established the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum was inspired by Lenin’s Mausoleum (in Moscow) but with a Vietnamese twist. It is incorporated elements tied to Vietnamese architecture like the sloping roof. Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Hanoi Tours The exterior of the mausoleum is made of grey granite while the interior is black, grey and red polished stone. All of the material which is used for construction from all over Vietnam. Fauna from different regions of Vietnam surrounds the mausoleum. The embalmed body of Ho Chi Minh is located in the central hall of the mausoleum, protected at all times by a military guard. If you’re wondering what to do in Hanoi, make sure this is near the top of your list.

Stroll Around Hoan Kiem Lake

This lake got its name (Lake of the Restored Sword) from a legend. In ancient times circulated a story claimed that there was a sword with magical properties sent from heaven to Emperor Ly Thai To to banish the North forces from Vietnam. Following the end of the war, a giant golden turtle took the sword and escaped to the depths of the lake to return the sword to its divine owners thus earning its name, the Lake of the Restored Sword. If you’re not amused by legends don’t fret because the lake is special for other things as well. Things to Do in HAnoi Tours The tortoise in Hoan Kiem Lake is considered a sacred animal so the lake itself is a holy place. If you’re in luck you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of these majestic animals. The lake is very popular among Hanoians as a gathering place for families, nature lovers, and hangouts. If you want to spend time as the residents do, show up at 6 am and practice Tai Chi with them. The best time to visit is from Fridays to Sundays because the nearby traffic is banned from 7 pm to midnight turning it into a peaceful oasis.

Go Shopping at Dong Xuan Market

Established in the late 19th century, the Dong Xuan Market can be found in a four-story communist styled building on the edge of the Old Quarters. Dong Xuan is the largest indoor market in Hanoi. What one can find is truly astounding. Whatever you’re looking for whether it’d be some fresh local produce, souvenirs or in need of a laptop – chances are some vendor tucked away has it? DOng Xuan Market Tour in Hanoi Like other markets in Asia, Dong Xuan is filled with meat, seafood, vegetables, and flowers, all from Vietnam. If you’re not into testing the different flavors of Vietnam head up to the upper floors. You will be able to find handbags, fabrics, handicrafts all of which are sold at wholesale prices!

Catch a Show in Hanoi Opera House

Like the St Joseph’s Cathedral, this opera house was modeled after one of Paris’s counterparts, the Palais Garnier. Hanoi Opera House follows the style from Europe quite clearly. It has Italian marble floors, ceilings decorated with French murals and copper chandeliers. Regarded as one of the most renowned architectural & cultural landmarks in Hanoi. Today, it has a strong cultural influence and is a center for art shows, dance performances and concerts.

Visit Temple of Literature – The First University in Vietnam

The Temple of Literature is often regarded as one of the most visited tourist attractions. In 1070 it was made to serve as a university and was dedicated to Confucius and scholars. Fortunately, the building is remarkably preserved and is an excellent example of traditional Vietnamese architecture. The temple offers an abundance of literature, turtle steles as well as the Well of Heavenly Clarity. It’s a tribute to education and literature and has seen thousands and thousands of Vietnam’s finest scholars. Temple of Literature in Hanoi Tours The most acclaimed prize for the most successful scholars was to have their names engraved onto a stone stele on top of the stone turtles. Today students come and pray for good grades.

Visit Hoa Lo Prison Museum (The Hanoi Hilton)

The Hoa Lo Prison Museum, known as “Hanoi Hilton”, will make you experience a wide range of emotions from disgust, sorrow to outrage at what in the museum, which was all reappeared like this was allowed to happen. The museum displays and educates on the sufferings of the Vietnamese revolutionaries who were confined under the occupying French government during the early 20th century. What you see is only a glimpse into the prison, as most of the prison complex was demolished in the 1990s to make way for the Hanoi Towers. It is peculiar to have a prison built in the center of the city. The idea of the French colonial administrators was to make an example of the Vietnamese fighters for independence. Almost all exhibits show the prison’s use up to the Vietnamese upraise against France for independence. The museum is also house to the most gruesome relic, the French guillotine on the Vietnamese rebels.

Try Scrumptious Cuisine in Hanoi

It’s a mistake if you are in Hanoi but without thinking about the food in this city. Well, it’s easy – all of it! The cuisine is known for being quite simple in terms of ingredients, and that is one of its charms. The simplicity of the meal and the quality of its ingredients is what makes the dishes exceptional. Vietnamese food relies on a delicate balance of salty, sweet, sour and hot flavors. It’s almost impossible to walk a block in Hanoi without detecting the smell of food from the street vendor’s DIY stand. Try the Goi Cuon, a spring roll packed with greens, some type of minced meat (shrimp, crab or pork) and coriander. Usually, it’s served with a bowl of lettuce, peanut sauce, and mint. If you have a sweet tooth as we do, definitely try the fried bananas, dessert soup or caramel pudding.

Visit Vietnam Museum of Ethnology

Vietnam is very culturally diverse. The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology acts as a keeper of the said cultural diversity of different ethnic groups in Vietnam. Many of those communities are working together with the museum. They’ve collected work, are involved in the preparation process of the exhibitions to preserve cultural heritage and display it rightfully and authentically. Vietnam Museum of Ethnology in Hanoi Tour The collaboration between communities and the museum staff has made the museum closer to people’s lives and raised the awareness of protecting cultural heritage. The popularity and vibrancy of the Museum are largely due to the contribution and involvement of communities. The Museum is a vast collection of Vietnam’s ethnic minorities which displays the tribal art, artifacts, and objects used in daily life.

Try Special Egg Coffee

Egg Nog Latte is a staple drink served in cafes throughout Hanoi starting from the 1950s. The drink is made with egg yolk, condensed milk, coffee powder and a crazy amount of whisking! The most famous cafe for serving this drink is the Giang Café. The drink was supposedly invented by the cafe’s founder. The son of the founder says that his father inspired to make up the recipe as milk was scarce in Vietnam and they were replacing milk with egg yolk. The kind of coffee is creamy, not too sweet, and very delicious. Although it originated in Vietnam, today is popular across the world.

Drink Fresh Beer “Bia Hoi” on the street

Bia Hoi, one of our favorites when talking about what to do in Hanoi. If you’re a beer enthusiast, you’ll be thrilled with Vietnam’s beer culture. Let us start with the fact that Vietnam is the perfect place for a pub crawl. Bia Hoi is an insight into the beer scene of Vietnam. Bia Hoi is known as a street beer. Vietnam boasts as having a unique drinking culture that can only be found in northern cities of Vietnam It’s a daily ritual starting from 4 pm where locals (and tourists) sit on plastic furniture on street corners and drink home-brewed beer. So if you were wondering how the world’s cheapest and freshest beer tastes like then don’t miss your opportunity to get a pint! Bia Hanoi in HAnoI Tour Remember: it’s considered the freshest beer because it is made without preservatives. In order not to get spoiled it must be consumed on the day of production. Because of this Hanoi and its surrounding areas are the only places you can find Bia Hoi!