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Immerse yourself in traditional Asian lifestyle in the picturesque Vietnamese capital, with a multitude of markets, puppet shows, lakes and ancient temples.
A historic neighborhood, Ba Dinh offers a variety of options for restaurants. Broaden your horizons with some local shopping.
The historic center of Hanoi, this maze of streets offers the city’s most traditional food, best souvenir shopping and lively nighttime entertainment.
Dong Da is a welcoming neighborhood. The neighborhood has many appealing features, among them its friendly people.
Hai Ba Trung is a welcoming neighborhood that's popular for its restaurants. The neighborhood has many charming qualities, its rich culture among the more noteworthy.
Thanh Xuan is a neighborhood that welcomes all visitors. Part of the neighborhood's charm is its college atmosphere.
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This massive tomb houses the embalmed body of Ho Chi Minh, a former Vietnamese president.
Perhaps the most iconic pagoda in Hanoi, this structure stands above a pond in an area of serene parkland.
Learn about the life and times of Vietnam’s famous communist leader at this museum erected in his honor.
Five sacred courtyards, each with a unique history, honorary inscriptions and manicured gardens, revere Confucius and the country’s best scholars.
Browse hundreds of stalls in Hanoi’s biggest marketplace in the heart of the Old Quarter.
At the heart of Hanoi stands a weathered neo-Gothic Roman Catholic church, a contrary sight in this predominantly Buddhist city.