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Hanoi, the ancient capital on the banks of the Red River, is known not only as a sacred capital with the extraordinary human with thousands of years of history but also as a city with unique architectural works of many other cultures. The tranquility old colonial castles during the French colonial period, leafy streets with long trees, ancient temples and pagodas with thousands of years of history of the Vietnamese nation, created a great successful combination of Eastern and Western cultures, which makes Hanoi so different. The most attractive place is the old town of a small but narrow street with the breath of modern life but bearing a unique Vietnamese identity with traditional stalls and an unrivaled culinary world. Hanoi is an ideal place to explore. Take our Hanoi tours, you will have chances to discover top attractions of Hanoi

GREAT PERFUME PAGODA FULL DAY TOUR

PLACES YOU WILL VISIT:
• Perfume Pagoda is a vast complex of Buddhist temples and shrines built into the limestone Huong Tich mountains.

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HANOI CITY TOUR WITH WATER PUPPET SHOW

PLACES YOU WILL VISIT FOR HANOI CITY TOUR
• Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, where you will learn more about the life and role of Ho Chi Minh in the liberation of Vietnam.
• Museum of Ethnology, where exhibits the artifacts of 54 ethnicities in Vietnam.
• Temple of Literature, the first-ever university of Vietnam built in feudal time.
• Hoan Kiem Lake and Ngoc Son Temple, the icon of Hanoi City.
• Tran Quoc Pagoda, one of the iconic pagodas of Hanoi lying next to Westlake.

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BEST PERFUME PAGODA FULL DAY FROM HANOI

Perfume Pagoda is a vast complex of Buddhist temples and shrines built into the limestone Huong Tich mountains.

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Amazing Hanoi city tour

Whereto go? What to visit?  What is specialabout here? These will definitely be questions that travelers will always lookfor answers to find suggestions for the journey to explore in Hanoi. Thefollowing Hanoi city tour will be well worth to save in yournotebook for top Hanoi attractions

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Hanoi, the ancient capital on the banks of the Red River, is known not only as a sacred capital with the extraordinary human with thousands of years of history but also as a city with unique architectural works of many other cultures. The tranquility old colonial castles during the French colonial period, leafy streets with long trees, ancient temples and pagodas with thousands of years of history of the Vietnamese nation, created a great successful combination of Eastern and Western cultures, which makes Hanoi so different. The most attractive place is the old town of a small but narrow street with the breath of modern life but bearing a unique Vietnamese identity with traditional stalls and an unrivaled culinary world. Hanoi is an ideal place to explore.

Where to go? What to visit?  What is special about here? These will definitely be questions that travelers will always look for answers to find suggestions for the journey to explore in Hanoi. The following 10 attractions place in Hanoi will be well worth to save in your notebook.

  1. Ho Chi Minh Complex

Located in the heart of Hanoi city, in the area of Ba Dinh district – the political center of the capital, Ho Chi Minh complex is considered as a symbol of Hanoi and an attractive tourist attraction for visitors when traveling to Hanoi.

The complex is a series of monuments of Ho Chi Minh – the greatest president of the Vietnamese nation, they are Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Ho Chi Minh Museum, Ba Dinh Square, One Pillar Pagoda, Presidential Palace, and Uncle Ho’s stilt house.

  1. Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

On September 2, 1969, Ho Chi Minh – “Uncle Ho” – the great leader of the Vietnamese nation died when the war of reunification of the country was in the most fierce period, leaving immense grief for the whole Vietnamese nation. The protection of his body during the war was also a very arduous journey of the Vietnamese army and people at that time.

  1. Ho Chi Minh Museum

Ho Chi Minh Museum was officially opened in 1990, to commemorate President Ho Chi Minh’s 100th birthday. The museum was built in the shape of a lotus flower, considered the national flower of Vietnam and also associated with the name of the village of President Ho Chi Minh in Nghe An: Kim Lien, it’s mean is the golden lotus.

  1. One Pillar Pagoda

One Pillar Pagoda was constructed by Emperor Ly Thai Tong of the Ly Dynasty in the winter of October (Lunar calendar) in 1049. The pagoda has only one space built on a stone pillar in the middle of a square lotus pond, it is like a big lotus in the sky. It is not only a symbol of Hanoi city but also a symbol of the thousands of years of existence and development of Buddhism in Vietnam.

  1. Presidential Palace

 is the longest living and working place of President Ho Chi Minh, from 19th December 1954 to 02nd September 1969 ( when he died) and is classified as a special national monument. Here, every memento is recording the image of Uncle Ho at work, when meeting with people from all over the country.

  1. Uncle Ho’s stilt house

 is located in the large garden behind the Presidential Palace. There is a narrow cobblestone path, flanked by mango trees leading to here, an idyllic small stilt house amidst the canopy of trees. It was the house where Uncle Ho lived and worked from May 17, 1958, until his death. It is also a place to welcome many political delegations, heads of state from many countries around the world and millions of compatriots across the country, expatriates or foreign tourists to visit him in Hanoi.

  1. Temple of Literature

Temple of Literature is always a tourist destination to explore Hanoi.

Temple of Literature is a historical monument that symbolizes Vietnam’s cultural development process as well as an icon of traditional Vietnamese architecture. It was built by King Ly Thanh Tong of the Ly Dynasty in 1070.

  1. Hanoi’s Old Quarter

Hanoi is a land of thousands of years of history, containing so many cultural and historical values of Vietnamese people. Referring to Hanoi, you’ve probably heard of the phrase “Hanoi 36 streets” or “Hanoi Old Quarter”. Coming here, visitors will have the opportunity to explore the thousand-year history of the capital with unique architectural houses on busy roads and colorful local markets.

  1. Hoan Kiem Lake & Ngoc Son Temple

Hoan Kiem Lake is a top natural beauty spot in Hanoi, attracting millions of tourists each year

Whenever talking about Hoan Kiem Lake, we will immediately remember impressive architectural works such as But Tower, Nghien Tower, Turtle Tower, The Huc Bridge, and especially Ngoc Son Temple.

Ngoc Son Temple is located in the center of the beautiful Ngoc Island, the only fault leading to the temple is The Huc Bridge with the classic red color typical of Vietnam. This is the place to worship Saint Tran Hung Dao and Quan Vu De and the two martial generals are classified as “Saints” in Vietnamese religious culture. Visitors will admire the ancient Vietnamese architecture in the patterns and antiques in the temple

  1. Museum of Ethnology

For many visitors when traveling to Hanoi, the Museum is always on the list of places must-see and can’t miss.

It is around 8 kilometers from the Old Quarter, Museum of Ethnology is located on Nguyen Van Huyen street. The museum is like a miniature picture of the history and culture of the 54 ethnic groups in Vietnam with diverse cultural features.

The museum is divided into three main display areas: Trong Dong building, the outdoor exhibition area, and the Southeast Asia exhibition area.

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