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  • 1

    Hoan Kiem Lake

    52 reviews

    Hoan Kiem Lake is rather pretty and has some nice paths and benches around it. If you go in the early morning or the evening you can watch people running and doing exercise classes. And at midday you will see a lot of brides and grooms having photoshoots!

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  • 2

    Temple of Literature

    27 reviews

    Next to the Museum of Ethnology, this was my favorite spot in Hanoi. The temple is lovely and very peaceful and serene in the middle of such a busy city. The best part - and the part that our kids (aged 7-10) enjoyed the most was the performance of traditional Vietnamese music. The musicians use fantastic instruments I had never ...

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  • 3

    Hanoi Old Quarter

    20 reviews

    Even though there are some good tourist sites to see in Hanoi, my favorite thing to do is just walk around the old quarter and soak up the atmosphere There are lots of tourists here, but it is still a commercial center for locals, so many parts of the old city are genuine. It is hectic and the buzzing of ...

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  • 4

    Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

    20 reviews

    it's is very beautiful and I'm proud of it.HO CHI MINH mausoleum is the pride of VIETNAM

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  • 5

    One Pillar Pagoda

    16 reviews

    The One Pillar Pagoda (Vietnamese: Chùa Một Cột, formally Diên Hựu tự 延祐寺 or Liên Hoa Đài 蓮花臺) is a historic Buddhist temple in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. It is regarded alongside the Perfume Temple, as one of Vietnam's two most iconic temples.[1] The temple was built by Emperor Lý Thái Tông, who ruled from 1028 to 1054. According ...

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  • 6

    Vietnam Museum of Ethnology

    9 reviews

    Vietnam Museum of Ethnology is Vietnam' museum which we can view the history of Vietnam.

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  • 7

    Than Long Water Puppet Theater

    12 reviews

    I belive it's part of Hanoi experience to see this traditional show. We really liked it, although we could only understand part of the story, there should be a more detailed description on the leaflet, as we cannot undrstand the language. On the whole, the orchestra and play were great!

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  • 8

    Hanoi Opera House

    9 reviews

    hi all pre

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  • 9

    Night market

    6 reviews

    Lots of things can be bought here, clothes, handcrafts, souvenirs, toys, food and lots of other things! It's crowded so watch out for pick pocketers! It's also quite hard to get a cab from here and as a tourist your gonna get a really bad deal at all these kind of markets but it's worth it and still cheap!

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  • 10

    Bia Hoi Street

    6 reviews

    Vietnam has cheap beer. Seriously, outrageously, ridiculously cheap beer. Beer so inexpensive that if you don't drink it, you're actually LOSING money. That beer is known as 'bia hoi' (fresh beer, sometimes also called 'bia tuoi'). At just 3000 - 5000 Vietnamese dong a glass (I'll leave you to do the math), it may not be very good, but the ...

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  • 11

    Quan Thanh Pagoda

    9 reviews

    dont remember much of it.

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  • 12

    Vietnam Fine Arts Museum

    6 reviews

    From the Military History Museum follow Hoang Dieu Avenue south, past the wonderfully flamboyant Chinese embassy, and turn right on Cau Ba Quat to find a three-storey colonial block with chocolate-brown shutters. The Vietnam Fine Arts Museum at 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc (Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sun 8am–5pm; Wed & Sat 8.30am–9pm; 20,000đ) not only boasts the country‘s most comprehensive ...

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  • 13

    Vietnam History Museum

    6 reviews

    The museum forecourt is full of weaponry: pride of place goes to a Russian MiG 21 fighter, alongside artillery from the battle of Dien Bien Phu and a tank from the American War, while the second courtyard is dominated by the mangled wreckage of assorted American planes piled against a tree. The exhibition proper starts on the arcaded building‘s second ...

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  • 14

    Ho Tay Lake Water Park

    5 reviews

    I don't understand

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  • 15

    Lucky Vietnam Visa

    4 reviews

    Visitors going to Vietnam must show a valid Vietnam visa before being allowed into the country. A visa may be requested from a Vietnamese embassy near you, or may be sourced through a reliable travel agency as Lucky Vietnam Visa - http://www.luckyvietnamvisa.com/

  • 16

    Vietnamese Coffee

    4 reviews

    Vietnamese Coffee has their own cooking coffee style. They used special typical type of filter the coffee. After the coffee had filtered, then mixed with milk and sugar. It is quite delicious.

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  • 17

    West Lake and Youth Road

    4 reviews

    Interestingly, this place attracts locals as well as tourists - you can see the locals either strolling along the path or just simply chatted by the lake

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  • 18

    St. Joseph's Cathedral

    5 reviews

    There is a few porridge store nearby, remember to check them out! Really like it here with the old feeling.

  • 19

    Old Hanoi Cooking Center

    4 reviews

    You‘ll find everything from humble food stalls and street kitchens, the best dishing out top-quality food for next to nothing, to an increasing number of stylish international restaurants, mostly found around Hoan Kiem Lake and in the French Quarter: check English-language listings magazines such as Pathfinder or the excellent New Hanoian website (www.newhanoian.com) for the latest newcomers. There‘s no shortage, ...

  • 20

    Vietnam Women's Museum

    4 reviews

    Worth a visit, the building is not so beautiful, but loved all its exhibitions! Interesting description on the role of women throught the war / peace times in Vietnam. Amazing room with all traditional outfit, loved it!

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