Thanks to its prime geographical location, Hanoi has favorable conditions to connect with other parts of the country, even international economical regions outside the country. It is also one of the most famous tourist attractions in Vietnam.
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.
Bat Trang pottery village is one of the most well-known traditional handicraft villages in Vietnam in general and Hanoi in particular. Taking a trip to the village, tourists will experience a wonderful ecotourism and numerous interesting activities.
Being prominent in the middle of Hoan Kiem Lake, Ngoc Son Temple was built on a small island in the north of the Lake. Very few people know that the Temple experienced many periods to preserve the special and ancient beauty as today.
As being recognized as a national heritage, Duong Lam Village is preparing to enter a phase of reservation and restoration. The ancient village is not just the convergence of many old houses, but also a place of long-lasting cultural values.
Joining in Hanoi tours, you are able to see the things that you might have been seen before if you ever been to this place to the old quarter. You also get a chance to see all the things that are hidden deep within the alley of the Hanoi Old Quarter.
Hanoi Old Quarter is commonly known as Hanoi 36 old streets that presents almost unique things of Hanoi. Visiting here, visitors will have the chance to experience the daily life and explore the exciting nightlife of local people.