Hanoi is a city of tranquil lakes, ancient pagodas and temples; charming French colonial mansions and boulevards; and the bustling street life of the Old Quarter.
Hanoi attractions include Hoan Kiem Lake, the Temple of Literature, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and a number of museums housed in fine colonial buildings.
Discover the many stalls and markets in the Old Quarter, get measured up for a new outfit – ready in 24 hours, take a trip in a traditional ‘cyclo', and see the locals practising tai chi on the shores of the lakes.
Although Hanoi nightlife and entertainment is low key compared to other south-east Asian cities Hanoi has popular chill-out bars, and clubs, and the puppet theatre is popular with all the family. Hanoi has some great places to eat including Vietnamese ‘street food', French-influenced cuisine, and international cafes and restaurants.
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one of the most beautiful of the colonial Indochinese cities, is often the
start or end point of a trip to Vietnam,
and what a great welcome or farewell it is. Oozing with charm, Hanoi
has gone through wholesale changes since Vietnam swung open its doors to
tourism, but it remains true to its essential personality and is an amazing
city to experience.