"They say that when you come to Vietnam, you understand a lot

in a very short time. The rest has to be lived."

- Graham Greene







- Why did the sisters Trung have some of

Vietnam's most important streets named

after them?


- What were the French really doing in



- Who was the man Ho Chi Minh?


- Why and how did America loose the war

in Viet Nam?


- Why is Lenin still on display in Ha Noi?


- Will Viet Nam become Asia's next tiger?


The answers may be found during the three-hour walking tours, I do on request from visitors to Ha Noi.


Together we visit Viet Nam's unique capital with a focus on the locations, which have made a strong impact on Vietnamese history, culture and politics.


This sight-seeing-with-a-purpose includes visits to the ancient Temple of Literature, the French colonial death row in Hoa Lo Prison and the B52-Lake with the wreck of the last US airplane that was shot down over Ha Noi.


Drop me a message in the box below well in

advance of your visit, if you would like to know

'where Vietnam is coming from'.

The Danish Prime Minister Ms. Helle Thorning-Schmidt joined the history tour during her

official visit in 2012.

HoAn Kiem lake, 19th century.

HoAn Kiem lake, today.


The New Vincom Center in Ho Chi Minh is rising above the old colonial townhall.

Fresco in the former presidential palace in Saigon.

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