What should you do when you visit Hanoi in the boiling weather? Thong Nhat Park is the perfect choice for you.
Besides, Thong Nhat Park Hanoi was regarded as the respect of Vietnamese to Lenin as well as the high expectation for the reunification of people all over the country in the war.
Thong Nhat Park from the high view
Some information about Thong Nhat Park Hanoi (Lenin Park Hanoi)
Location: 130B Le Duan, Dong Da Ward, Ha Noi, Viet Nam
Opening hours: Daily open at 7.00am and close at 10 p.m; The time visitors should visit: At 3 p.m
Entrance fee: 4,000 VND/ person
Recommended time - Which special events take place in Thong Nhat Park?
Lunar New Year's Eve: Firework display over Thong Nhat Park to scare the evils away and herald a robust new year of good health and prosperity.
Hoa Xuan festival (Spring Flowers Festival) is also held with thousands of various flowers and trees. A variety of flowers on Tet
Bulgarian rose festival: It daily opens in Thong Nhat Park Hanoi on March 3 with 300 types of roses from across the world, including purebred rose varieties of Europe in general and Bulgaria in particular.
What is the appropriate time suggested for tourists?
In summer, people coming to the park is quite crowded to avoid the
In winter, due to the cold weather, the number of people is much lower.
You can go to Thong Nhat Park to see fireworks when celebrating Lunar New Year Eve
A visitor can wear comfortable clothes and flat shoes or sandals to walk and take part in outdoor activities.
Pay attention to pickpockets and thieves in public places.
Don’t bring a lot of heavy packages.
Bring a bottle of water or snacks for an interesting trip.
With the total area of 0.5 square kilometers, Thong Nhat Park boasts an excellent playground as well as a training place for physical exercises and sports of locals. You can talk with them, take part in some activities to understand local daily lives.
A big sand yard for kids to play
The elder in their pajamas can walk along the park.
Mothers and old ladies carry out their exercise routine and chat heartily.
Kids’ rides scattered throughout the park can best be described as rickety and rusty.
Many Vietnamese flocks take advantage of the space made available for badminton courts and Chinese chess games.