Hanoi. What's so special?
We have 2 routes:
7:30 AM: I will pick you up at your hotel.
7:30 AM: We will go to Temple of Literature.
8:30 AM: we will arrive at Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.
10:00 AM: We will sightsee the beauty of Tran Quoc Pagoda.
11:00 AM: It is time for delicious lunch
2:00 pm: We can go around Hoan Kiem Lake.
3:00 pm: We will walk through Old Quarters of Ha Noi.
5:00 pm: It is late and you may be exhausted, so we finish here.
When you come to Viet Nam, you must regret if you do not visit those beautiful and hallowed places. Just come with me !!!
- Meeting point: At your hotel in Hanoi
Transportation are all included ( only by Motobike )
1. Temple of Literature
Within the “River Interior City”, there are a number of historical and beautiful places to get by. Mentioning about Hanoi, what comes first to tourists’ mind is the ever first historical University of the capital and also the nation
2. Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
Historical places that worth to pay a visit cannot be without Ba Dinh Square, the political area where President Ho Chi Minh read the Independent Declaration on the September 2nd, 1945. As famous as this is the House of Parliament, Presidential Palace, President Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.
3. Tran Quoc Pagoda
Since Vietnam is a Buddhism-oriented nation, its capital has been the Buddhism center for centuries. As a result, it is not surprising that there are as many as about 600 temples and pagodas in Hanoi. For Buddhist tourists, among many great pagodas, Tran Quoc Pagoda should be the first to pay a visit. It is not only the oldest one among those 600, (6 century years old), but also one of the most gorgeous and sacred.
4. Hoan Kiem Lake
Related to the Lake, Vietnam has a classic story telling about King Le Loi after winning over Minh invader, returned the magic Sword to the Tortoise down in the Lake. Since then, the Lake was named “Hoan Kiem”. It is more surprising that up to now, the historical Tortoise still sometimes appear up the Lake surface for a moment.
5. Old Quarter of Hanoi
As you may have found out, Hanoi is more an antique and peaceful city than a modern one. This might be seen quite clearly when you take a walk around the No.36 Old Quarter.
This is a typical characteristic of Hanoi with small old streets, tube houses which still remain their shape from 19th century. Additionally, the beauty of Hanoi in the past is also found in the ancient citadel, right nearby.
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Hi everyone! I'm Cuong, 27 years old. I love traveling and I want to introduce all amazing things in Hanoi for foreign visitors :)
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