The cold weather of Hanoi will start from late December and may last until late February, with the average temperature of 17 degree. However, sometimes it may drop to below 10 degree, and the high humidity will lend a hand in making the weather bitter cold. Bring some serious warm clothes is necessary, if you do not want to get a cold when visiting a tropical country! Hanoi’s winter is also famous for many delicious street foods which can warm you up in a chilly day.

The most heavily tourist part of the city focus on the old quarter, a section of the city that dates hundreds of years where there were 36 original old street, each of which had merchants selling one type of product. Some of the original flavor remains and you can easily find on the street. Commercial district full of shop house, often merchants peddle their wares downstairs and you may find a colonial style coffee shop above. The city’s old quarter is confusing of complex street and many tourists walk around lost, one hand clutching a map and the other scratching their head.

Not only the old quarter but also many other parts of the city, Paloma motorbike tours will bring you a comprehensive overview of the city as well as delicious food of  Hanoi. Your winter will be warmed up with full of taste and fun by our motorbike team