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At the heart of Red River Delta, Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam. Hanoi has its former name Thang Long, ascending dragon. With many lakes and parks that make Hanoi among the top places to visit:

- The ancient citadel to the west,
- The French Quarter to the south,
- The old quarter in the city center.
- The residential palace and the residence of President Ho Chi Minh,
- The One Pillar Pagoda dedicated to the Celestial Lady,
- The mausoleum of President Ho Chi Minh: the most revered man in the country,
- Tran Quoc Pagoda, Quan Thanh Temple and West Lake.
-  Hanoi Opera House in the French Quarter,


Hanoi also offers many museums such as:
- The Museum of history, the Army Museum, the Museum of Ethnology to know the history of Ethnics and do not forget the Museum of Women. Hanoi is a good starting point for exploring the North Vietnam, the northern mountains to the beautiful landscapes of green paddy fields.


Or simply stroll through the surrounding countryside. Hanoi is a lively and bubbly as its inhabitants! Many restaurants to enjoy Vietnamese gastronomy, cafes, luxury hotels, shops, markets, shops ... also try the hairdresser there. It is a city to explore on foot for hikers, or bicycle, motorbike taxi. You can visit Old Quarter by cyclo. This is a remarkable experience. A real blast to a good start of your trip.


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The Huc bridge


      Tower of tortoise 



Temple of Literature


   Tran Quoc Pagoda



One Pillar Pagoda

Ho chi Minh mausolee         Ho Chi Minh mausoleum