The Tran Quoc Pagoda in Hanoi is the oldest Buddhist temple in the city

VIETNAM  Holidays

Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is a sprawling, enthusiastic city with a vigorous social scene. A standout amongst the most stunning frontier Indochinese towns, while its enormous sister Ho Chi Minh town (or more prominent typically alluded to as Saigon) may first come to considerations while people think about Vietnam. Hanoi quietly overflows with charm, in the meantime as saving its vivid character. A typical sight in Hanoi incorporates tilting motorbikes swarming the clamoring boulevards – regularly with stunning horns persistently sounded to caution other road clients of their quality. 

Vietnam’s capital city is a sprawling, enthusiastic city with a vigorous social scene, noted for its agile pilgrim engineering and French and Old Quarters. Hanoi is the second most crowded city in Vietnam, right in the core of the Red River Delta. On account of its blend of expansive tree-lined avenues, limit back streets, lakes and parks, sanctuaries and pagodas. The city is a staggering mix of Indo-Chinese and French pioneer impacts.

Negotiating a passage past the ever-present roadside merchants will land you on the authentic streets of the old sector. it’s far continuously booming with trade each day. Sip the well-known ca trung (egg espresso) in cafes, take pleasure in fresh banh mi (baguette) smeared with delicious cheese. Enjoy piping warm bowls of pho (noodle soup) down narrow alleys along the streets. Those streets frequently result in the popular symbol of Hanoi – the Hoan Kiem lake, which without delay interprets as “the Lake of the Restored Sword”.

Shaded beneath the fig-trees surrounding the lake are the locals training tai chi and goateed grandfathers playing chess. Peaceful and quiet, the lake also houses the Ngoc Son Temple. A pagoda sitting in the middle of the lake on Jade Island and is on the market thru the red Huc Bridge

Ho Chi Minh city. Vietnam
A once worn torn country – now transformed into a high Tech Modern City with plenty of attractions, a must visit

The capital of Vietnam is also known for its centuries-old architecture. A rich culture with Southeast Asian, Chinese and French influences. Hanoi, and it’s surrounding townships are all safe for travelers, along with some common sense when you travel anywhere.

Vietnam is a highly educated country, one of the highest in the world per population at 94%. Millions travel every day, so if unsure about the country you are planning a trip too. Asked your Embassy if any recent restrictions, as they should know the best traveling times. Actually it is no different from any other country, so respect that country’s culture and traditions 

At its heart in Hanoi is the chaotic Old Quarter, where the narrow streets are roughly arranged by trade. There are many little temples, including Bach Ma, honoring a legendary horse, plus the Dong Xuan market, selling household goods and street food. 

The best luxury hotels in Hanoi are excellent retreats for affluent travelers, boasting gleaming interiors, stylish guestrooms, personalized service, an extensive range of quality amenities. Located in prime locations right in the heart of Vietnam’s cultural capital.

Hailed as one of the most fascinating cities in Asia, Hanoi is teeming with picturesque temples, ancient citadels, unique theatres, and untouched wilderness just outside the city.  The city’s rich native tradition and cultural connections between France and China also result in wealth. Plus an abundance of culinary delights, making every meal in Hanoi an adventure.

From elegant suites with gorgeous views of Hanoi’s West Lake to family-friendly hotels. All just minutes away from Hanoi Opera House, Ngoc Son Temple, and Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre. The most popular Hanoi 5-star hotels are spread out around the city so you can find one which suits your style and preference.


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Terrace rice fields? Vietnam also has it. This small town in North-Western Vietnam, which is famous for trekking enthusiasts. From Hanoi, you can arrange your visit to this town for trekking tours and markets.

The Temple of Literature is made out of a few patios and is really a Temple of Confucius, committed to the adoration of the Chinese researcher and is an uncommon cause of saved conventional Vietnamese design. Understudies from all finished Vietnam set out here to think about his lessons, writing, and verse. Vietnamese New Year festivities occur here too.


Would you like to take it slow? Here in 4000 islands,  you can do that. The perfect description of a land of lotus-eaters, where you can relax and just watch the sun go down. During the dry season, the water from the Mekong river dries out and the thousands of island, islet, and sandbar shows up, so you can plan an amazing adventure


The Vietnam war left behind pages of history, radical defense systems and war strategies that were wholly the invention of the Vietnamese. The singular conception of all these put together is what remains today as the Cu Chi tunnels in Vietnam. These tunnels that cover the length of a whole city under the battlefields were literally, a groundbreaking strategy drawn out by the nation’s military during the French occupation in the 1940s. But it was the 1960s Vietnamese war with the USA that elongated these underground structures into a networked system of tunnels. They were used extensively by the army for defense, shelter, and army forces. Weapons, goods, documents detailing US military strategies and of course heaps of people resided at the bottom of these germ-infested tunnels till the war reached an end.

Tunnels in vietnam
The now Famous Cu Chi tunnels in Vietnam – a must do Tour

Although the war itself happened outside in broad daylight, Cu Chi forms the biggest piece of memory left behind from it. Today it is a bustling site for tourists who are held at awe by the genius handiwork of the Vietnamese. Who’s handmade, using only hands and small tools to create this confounding underground system.

Whilst all the bombings echoed in the distance, the people of Cu Chi continued their lives beneath the soil where they were held safe. The promises of food rations, sleep, and the most important thing they needed – buffer time before planning a counter-attack. Although the conditions weren’t ideal and deteriorating health was a common worry, there were almost 10,000 people who lived and died in these tunnels, making it a monumental space.

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