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Nobody wants to be a victim of scams that ruin their holiday. These are some of the scams you may encounter while traveling in Hanoi, Vietnam and some tips to avoid them.
Traveling with kids is not a problem anymore! You may be wondering how to connect everyone through the journey while taking good care of your children. Check out these Things to do in Hanoi with kids by Local Experts suggestions.
When all the traffic and noise of Hanoi city center start to drive you mad, it's the perfect time to escape a little bit from the chaos city center and get out to the countryside on one of the Day trips from Hanoi.
All about HO CHI MINH MUSEUM, from the information for opening hours, ticket price, dress code to A FURTHER INSIGHT INTO UNCLE HO’S LIFE. Uncle Ho is Vietnam Great Father and everything about his life before is displayed in Ho Chi Minh Museum.
If you want to have a better understanding of Hanoi and Vietnam, museums are the places you must take a look. You will be surprised by the mysterious and lively atmosphere of Hanoi museums. Don’t hesitate to get a chance of travelling back in time with us.
A guide to what to see and do at the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum complex, including tips of opening hours and dress code, entrance fee, ticket, inside and even the information inside Ho Chi Minh. SEE NOW
B52 Victory Museum is dedicated to the the history of the Vietnamese revolution, the First Indochina War and the Vietnam War. Let's check out our guide to the B52 Victory Museum Hanoi.
BA DINH SQUARE – A HISTORIC PLACE YOU MUST GO. Ba Dinh Square is the solemn place where president Ho Chi Minh read the Proclamation of Independence on September 2, 1945, giving birth to the People’s Democratic Republic of Vietnam.
Ba Vi National Park is considered as a green lung of Hanoi. The diversity and unique of pristine nature attract us magically, ranging from great lush tropical forest of South East Asia to green humid forest with many creepers. You may need this map and guide to make the most of your time here.
Bach Ma Temple Hanoi (or White Horse Temple) is the Eastern Guardian God Temple of the old Thang Long Citadel and it's known for its extraordinary architectural design.
Bat Trang Village is an old village famous for the tradition of making porcelain and pottery items that are still favored by many tourists. This is a promising place for the amazing journey in Hanoi, Vietnam. You can find all the information about map, entrance fee and guide to Bat Trang Ceramic Village here.
Dong Xuan market, the largest indoor market in Hanoi, is the busiest and most popular traditional market that missing it would be a pity. Let's go and explore this bustling market with AZ Local Trip.
French Quarter Hanoi - an artistic, antique corner with a charming and elegant beauty, is an indispensable part of Hanoi, which reminisces of French colonial era. With all these hotels, restaurants and attractions, hope you can make great memories here!
Hanoi Ancient House (Ma May Ancient House) is a traditional house where tourists can have a better understanding of lifestyle and daily activities of old Hanoian.
Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural is a ceramic mosaic mural along the walls of the Red River dike system in Hanoi. This is not only a gate into the discovery of Vietnam and its people but also an unbelievable and delicate artwork.
Hoa Lo prison (Maison Centrale or Hanoi Hilton) will help you experience the feeling when you are in a place full of darkness and silence. Here are all the things you should know about Hoa Lo prison in Hanoi, including entrance fee, opening hours and how to get to.
A day trip from Hanoi to Halong Bay is a great idea that can’t miss in your Vietnam journey if you happen to be in Hanoi for some days. Just about 150 kilometers far from the center of Hanoi, it only takes around 2-3 hours to go from Hanoi to Halong Bay.
Sapa is a beautiful land located at the North from Hanoi city. Someone says it likes a young girl hiding behind the clouds with the mysterious beauty and is waiting for you to explore. Make Hanoi day trip to Sapa happen when you are in Hanoi!
Free and Cheap things to do in Hanoi are suitable for those who hope to use their budget economically and make their trip unforgettable.
Hang Da market is a historical witness throughout many changing events from the prosperous phase of trade to the era struggling against French colonists, U.S army. Along with Dong Xuan market, Hang Da market is a significant place, evoking meaningful memories about unique traditional culture
Hanoi Flag Tower once belonged to Thang Long Citadel. This is the attraction that we highly recommend visitors to come and see all the historical evidence if you are interested in Vietnam history.
Hanoi night market, the place bridges the gap between tourists and locals. Founded in the Old Quarter, visitors can also have chances to taste several types of Vietnamese street food, enjoying intriguing cultural activities and purchasing a diversity of goods.
Hanoi Police Museum or Museum of People’s Public Security provides information about Vietnamese public security force through different development phases. Here are a few things you should know about this museum.
Are you finding a hidden place called: Hanoi Train Street? It is one of the most interesting places to see the local daily life of Hanoians. Let AZ Local Trip share with you all about Train Street Hanoi including address, map, time and location.
Hoan Kiem Lake is regarded as the heart of Hanoi, and this lake has been through the long history with people here. Although Hanoi is a bustling, noisy city, Hoan Kiem lake is still a place people go to in order to find out the peace in their mind.
Situated at the heart of Hanoi, the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long - Hanoi (Hoang Thanh Thanh Long) has been a Unesco World Heritage Site since 2010. Let explore Imperial Citadel of Thang Long in Hanoi with AZ Local Trip.
You want to visit a historic attraction with the whole view of Hanoi from the top? You want to see another aspect of the world of Hanoi? Pick a trip reaching to Long Bien bridge and all your demands will be satisfied.
Long Bien market is one of the most important in Red River Delta region and the 2nd biggest markets in Hanoi (after Dong Xuan Market). It has been operating for over 20 years.
Lotte Center Hanoi is a vast complex of large department stores, 5-star hotel, top class business offices, 65th-floor observation deck, and residence conveniences.
Nghia Do Park is a suitable for families, friends or couples to go picnic here, playing some activity games and enjoy the atmosphere. Spending a half day in Nghia Do Park, you will get more relaxed and pleased as well as understand the morning or afternoon activities of the locals.
In Hanoi, we should not miss the chance to see Ngoc Son Temple (Temple of the Jade Mountain), which holds mysterious legends of Hoan Kiem Lake.
Have you dedided yet? For a limited holiday, where should you choose to start your journey: North, Central or South Vietnam?
O Quan Chuong - Old City Gate Hanoi is a tourist attraction in Hanoi Old Quarter that should not be missed. It is the only one out of 21 original entrances to the old Thang Long Citadel to survive over a thousand years.
Old Quarter Hanoi is known as the place to save the ancient culture, the memory of time, that's why visitors visit here once in their life. Let's acknowledge yourself about the spiritual symbol of Hanoi.
One Pillar Pagoda (Chua Mot Cot) is the truly futuristic architecture, exceeding the world architectural design for nearly a thousand years with the groundbreaking concept of “against gravity”. It’s also one of the long-standing symbols of Hanoi City thousand year civilization.
Built by the French colonial government, St. Joseph's Cathedral Hanoi is described as the Notre Dame de Paris in the heart of Hanoi and a must-visit place for tourists.
Ta Hien Street, you might overhear or even get invited to Ta Hien and grab some beer in these burning hot days in Hanoi. Ta Hien Street is a must-visit place in Hanoi Old Quarter not only for beer lovers and night owls but also Vietnamese cuisine and culture enthusiast.
Temple of Literature is the First Univerity of Vietnam and especially noted for anyone who wants to gain some insights into Vietnamese culture
Thong Nhat Park is the perfect choice for you in the boiling weather to cool down. Here, you can see what the locals do in their downtime.
Being one of the most spiritual pagodas in Vietnam, Tran Quoc Pagoda is a renowned attraction for its deep cultural and Buddhism value. Coming to Tran Quoc Pagoda, the oldest pagoda in Hanoi, you will enjoy a delightful and antiquated picturesqueness ...
Vietnam Fine Arts Museum displays collections of artworks and the development of art throughout the length of Vietnamese history. Do you want to fully understand the value of classical and contemporary art in Vietnam Fine Arts Museum?
Vietnam Military History Museum is one of the six national museums in Vietnam. This is your chance to acquire knowledge about Vietnam wars and to know about courageous Vietnamese people.
Vietnam Museum of Ethnology is definitely your cup of tea if you are those who those who are keen to learn about the multicultural features of 54 ethnic groups of Vietnam and those who appreciate an environmentally-friendly space.
Vietnamese has always been proud of the resplendent history of their country. Vietnam Museum of Revolution will help tourists have a more clear view of Vietnamese modern history.
Vietnam National Museum of History is home to rich and diverse collections of historical relics and thematic exhibitions on Vietnamese culture and history. The museum gives visitors a broad overview of the development of Vietnam from the prehistoric period through the national formation period.
Vietnamese Women’s Museum in Hanoi is a community repository of the history of Vietnamese women throughout 54 ethnic community groups. Check out Vietnam Women's Museum Location, Opening Hours and more.
West Lake Hanoi is the perfect place if you are looking for a short respite from Hanoi. This is Hanoi’s largest freshwater lake, attracts thousands of residents and tourists seeking a sanctuary of great natural beauty formed by one of Vietnamese four sacred temples and Vietnam’s oldest pagoda.