In the eyes of both Vietnamese and friends around the world, the Long Bien Bridge is a historical witness for 12 decades and has become a symbol of Hanoi. When travelling Hanoi, tourists will have the chance to contemplate the beauty of this bridge.
Hanoi, the one-hundred-year-old capital of Vietnam owns many beautiful lakes. Each lake has its own beauty, especially Hoan Kiem Lake or Sword Lake in other name. The lake attracts both locals and tourists by its interesting legend and unique beauty.
TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel website, has recently released a list of 95 most appealing attractions in Hanoi, of which 3 attractions are awarded the certificates of excellent services in 2014.
Somebody say that although Hanoi is small, you cannot walk through all the streets and taste all specialties of this small but beautiful city. Strolling along Hanoi Old Quarter, tourists can see clearly distinct features between Hanoi and other cities.
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is a building to commemorate the merits of Ho Chi Minh Uncle – a great leader of Vietnam. Nowadays, this also becomes a must-to-see place for visitors coming to Hanoi.
Hoan Kiem Lake is a famous lake located in the center of Hanoi. Some people say that Hoan Kiem Lake is considered as a bouquet, which plays an important role in making the landscape of the city more beautiful and airy.
Temple of Literature is a valuable relic located in the south of Hanoi. Being listed as one of 23 special national monuments of Vietnam, this is a historic relic along with the establishment and development of the capital.
Known as one of the most ancient pagodas in Vietnam and the oldest temple of Thang Long Hanoi, Tran Quoc Pagoda is famous for not only the ancient beauty but also the fresh, cool and green space creating the harmonious architecture.