There is no reason for missing out one of below attractions when coming to Hanoi and these places certainly keep you busy for days on end.
Located in Soc Son District, about 40km from the center of Hanoi, Thanh Chuong Viet Palace is a perfect place to visiting for those who love to discover Vietnamese culture.
For visitors who want to spend a holiday at a relaxing tourist attraction that is not too far away from Hanoi, Thien Son Suoi Nga may be the best ideal destination.
As a capital of Vietnam with more than 1000 years of history, Hanoi has many attractive museums that tourists should not ignore.
About 16km from the center of Hanoi, Co Loa Citadel is the easiest of the Hanoi day trip.
Some special markets are only put into operation in Tet and Quang Ba Flower market is one of them. Closer the Tet (Vietnamese New Year Holiday), the market gets busier and merrier, not only flower dealers come here to buy flowers for resale but also many just come to see and enjoy Tet atmosphere.
Long Bien Market is the largest market and also is an ideal place for visitors who want to explore a bustling Hanoi.
Located within Hanoi Old Quarter, the ancient house at 87 Ma May street which was built at the late of the 20th century, is quite intact with typical architecture of ancient houses.
Rising from one pillar in the centre of an elegantly square shaped lotus pond, One Pillar Pagoda is said to represent a lotus flower growing up out of the water.
The Temple of Literature is often cited as one of Hanoi’s most picturesque tourist attractions.
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