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Hanoi - the antique & dynamic capital of Vietnam

Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam with a millennium-long history, has become one of the most beguiling cities in Asia. The city located in the Red River Delta in the center of North Vietnam has a lovely landscape of lakes, shaded boulevards, verdant public parks, colonial French houses and astounding modern skyscrapers. Hanoi is political and cultural center of Vietnam. The destinations listed below encapsulate the breadth of the Vietnamese cultural and historical experience, from the country's founding a thousand years in the past, to its liberation from French and American colonial powers.

Ho Hoan Kiem (Ho Guom) - Lake of the Restored Sword

A beautiful basket of flowers inside Hanoi, a mirror-like green lake, a place of love, etc. are converged in Hoan Kiem Lake - the core of Hanoi.

Temple of Literature (Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam)

The very first stop-over of any foreign tourist in Hanoi is always Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (translated as Temple of Literature), which reveals the Hanoians' spirit of study in the past.

Tran Quoc Pagoda

During your supposed time in Hanoi, it is highly suggested that the beautiful Tran Quoc pagoda - the oldest one among others in Hanoi, be added to your visiting list.

Hanoi's Old Quarter

Although many of the streets no longer sell the products after which they were named, some still do. Today, the Old Quarter has become the unique classical feature of Hanoi, and the inspiration of numerous writers, poets, and painters, and one of the desired tourist destinations in Hanoi.

Bat Trang Ceramic Village

"I wish I could marry you/ I will buy Bat Trang bricks to build our house" are the beautiful folk words honoring Bat Trang ceramic & pottery quality, the pride of northern Vietnam.

Van Phuc Silk Village

During their stay in Hanoi, most tourists insist on a trip to Van Phuc Silk Village, the famous silk village of Hanoi to contemplate the genuine traditional silk-making industry.

Ha Long Bay – a magnificent magical destination

Ha Long Bay is said to be a magic land of natural sea bay beauty, attracting more and more tourists ever since UNESCO's recognition of its nature.

Halong Bay is located in the Northeast of Vietnam, belonging to Ha Long city, Quang Ninh Province, in the Gulf of Tonkin. On the world map, it has borders to China in the North and adjacent to the East Sea in the East.

The Bay has a medium size of 1,553 square kilometers. It is accomodation of many fishing communities, including the 4 communes of Cua Van, Cong Tau, Vong Vieng and Ba Hang with a population of more than 1,600 people. The residents live on floating houses and boats, making their own lives by fishing and aquaculture.

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