Hidden Hanoi Biking

Do you think that you could discover Hanoi like the local? A biking product of Amo Vietnam Travel called “Hidden Hanoi” was created by three young Hanoians in order to show you many other surprising secrets hidden in the zigzag alley ways in Ngoc Ha Flower village and discovering many former traditional handicraft villages around West Lake which are now replaced beautiful villas and to a floating driving range in the Red River with its kumquat and peach blossoms.


Join us with HIDDEN HANOI biking tours.



Experience the city like the locals do


From the mystifying shores of the red river to the dazzling old quarter, our cycling tours will take you through picturesque backstreets, narrow alleys and wide boulevards. Discover the soul of the city and meet real people.

“Hidden Hanoi” surprising secrets hidden in the alleyways round the West Lake & Serene Ngoc Ha Flower Village & Red Riverside


Local guides, local insights exclusive tour with Mr.Lam – a real hanoian who family is living in the city over 300 years. Lam’s family has longstanding history of petite bourgeois Hanoian and could share with you the contemporary history of Hanoi over the last 100 years.


Explore serene Red Riverside

We are modern day city explorers: always on the lookout for hidden gems in the urban jungle

We guarantee you’ll see places that you’ve never seen before

We keep groups small, max 8 persons and take safety very serious

Each tour includes DONATION to Amo Vietnam Foundation.

A unique, informative & fun cycling experience

We cycle 7 days a week, rain or shine

Meeting point at Chezlinhlinh House, number 7, lane 173/75 Hoang Hoa Tham, Ba Dinh, Hanoi

Daily schedule: 8 am-12 pm

The capital of Vietnam has many cultural and historic sites and our A Day Charming & Historic Hanoi day tour includes the grand and solemn mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh (viewed from outside on Mondays, Fridays and afternoons as closed), the ‘icon of Hanoi’ – The One Pillar Pagoda, the beautiful Temple of Literature, Tran Quoc temple and Quan Thanh pagoda as well as one of the city’s fine museums, a cyclo tour of the Old Quarter and at the end of the day – a water puppet performance.

08h30am: depart for the Ho Chi Minh  mausoleum, the historic figure and father of modern Vietnam, (exterior only; closed Mon and Fri and from Oct-Nov). Then it’s on to a wooden ethnic minority style house which was his temporary residence from 1954 – 1969. In the same complex you will see theOne Pillar Pagoda, founded by King Ly Thai To in 1049. This structure has become one of three important symbols for the people of Hanoi.

Continue to West Lake and one of the oldest Buddhist pagodas in Hanoi, Tran Quoc, and the nearby Taoist temple of Quan Thanh which dates from the Ly Dynasty.

Your next stop will be the Temple of LiteratureVietnam’s first university. Constructed in 1070, the gardens and well-preserved architecture offer a relaxing glimpse into Vietnam’s past.

A short break for your shopping at Craft Link; a non-to-profit organization founded in 1997 in order to develop business for ethnic peoples in Vietnam, you can choose the fine souvenir for your friend and family.