If you are touring along Tran Quang Khai road or Tong Dan street, chances are that you will be stopped out of curiosity and admiration by the unique French style architecture of Vietnam Museum of Revolution.
Dong Xuan Market, or Cho Dong Xuan, is the oldest and largest market in Hanoi. It is located at Dong Xuan Street, at the end of Hang Dao Street, on the northern part of the Old Quarters.
Located at 50 Ly Quoc Su Street in the Old Quarter, only 50m from St Joseph's Cathedral, Ly Quoc Su Pagoda is one of the oldest pagodas in Hanoi.
The square adjacent to the Ho Chi Minh complex is called Ba Dinh square, where many important national historical events in modern history took place.
Vietnam Women’s Museum is one of Hanoi’s most overlooked museums and is also one of its best. The museum was reopened in 2010 after a period of 4 years of renovations.
Opened on 19 May 2000, Ho Tay Water Park attracts millions of visitors because of its the most modern entertainment facility in Hanoi.
One of the most resourceful museums in Hanoi and undoubtedly in the country, Ho Chi Minh museum is conveniently located in the Ho Chi Minh complex.
Located in Soc Son District, about 40km from the center of Hanoi, Thanh Chuong Viet Palace is a perfect place to visiting for those who love to discover Vietnamese culture.
Known as the green lung of Hanoi, Bach Thao Park is a familiar place to relax of Hanoians. With fresh atmostphere, variety of fauna and flora, it is an ideal place for those want to escape from the noise of the city.
Duong Lam ancient village in Son Tay Town is one of the familiar attractions in Hanoi for those who want to have an in-depth understanding of Vietnamese culture, fine arts and spiritual life.