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Hanoi is considered as the most dynamic and culturally rich city in Vietnam. You can witness this through its modern architecture that exists along with its centuries-old monuments and exciting nightlife that it has to offer. The must-visit places in Hanoi include Bach Ma Temple, the oldest temple in Hanoi, nestled in the old Quarter of the city that was built in the 11th century. You will surely have a moving and inspiring experience here. You can visit and learn about the history of the Vietnamese culture and language in the Museum of Ethnology. Learn about the history, culture as well as the French colonial period and the history of the Vietnam War of the country in the National Museum of Vietnamese History.
Do not forget to explore the Old Quarter, located at the northern end of Hoan Kiem lake. Take a boat tour on the West Lake and just enjoy the beautiful view of the city from the river. You will get to see Tran Quoc pagoda and Quan Thanh Temple which is located in the middle of the lake on a small island. Visit to admire the beautiful architecture of Lotte Tower Observation Deck and enjoy the breathtaking views from the 65th floor of the building. Make sure that you visit and take in the city views from Long Bien Bridge.
Some of the other must-visit places in Hanoi are Hoàn Kiáº¿m Lake, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Temple Of Literature, ThÄƒng Long Imperial Citadel, One Pillar Pagoda, Hoa Lo Prison Memorial and Temple of the Jade Mountain.
Hanoi, being the cultural heart of the country is very popular for the best Vietnamese food. If you are looking for cheap restaurants or street food, then go to the Old District. Among all these, La Badiane is the best to enjoy continental food options. While in Hanoi, you must try out the local cuisine like Banh Cuon( steamed rice paper rolls), Bun Oc(snail noodle soup), Lau (Vietnamese hot-pot), Hanoi-style barbecue, and Bun ca (noodle soup with fish).
For budget accommodations, the best areas for accommodation are Hoan Kiem, Hanoi’s commercial center, and the Old Quarter where most prominent attractions can be easily accessible on foot. These places are filled with colonial architecture, art galleries, boutique shops, street markets, and Buddhist temples. For a high-end luxury experience, go for hotels and resorts in The French Quarter on the south of Hanoi. It hosts most of the city’s luxury hotels, upmarket shopping malls, financial institutions, government offices, and embassies.
You will get all kinds of things in Hanoi from local products, souvenirs to a few international and branded products. Old Quarter has some excellent stores and malls if you are looking to buy imported goods. You can get things like ceramics and potteries, green rice flakes, lotus tea, assorted dried fruits, Banh Cha, lacquer paintings, silk clothing, and traditional embroidered clothing in Hanoi. Visit Hang Gai street which is the most popular market in the city for local goods specially silk.
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