Hanoi has long become one of the most popular destinations of foreign tourists to Vietnam. It may be due to the impressions brought about by the old streets in the capital center or traditional handicraft village in its suburban.
Ta Hien – Luong Ngoc Quyen – Dinh Liet – International Intersection
This is an address appearing in almost travel websites. It attracts the foreign tourists to Hanoi due to its ancient beauty and well arranged appearance.
While the morning in this section is filled with the bustle of small markets, the evening is covered by a different bustle, the bustle of groups of people sitting on the sidewalk stalls and enjoying the specialties of Hanoi. It is the simple beauty that makes the “international intersection” become popular not only among locals but also among travelers to Hanoi.
Nha Tho Street
The highlight of the street is the church which is a long-lasting architecture. After visiting the church, many foreign travelers tend to visit an European-style café. But for young people, especially students, they wish to be together for a chat, the sidewalk lemon tea stalls seems to be much more ideal.
In addition, the Nha Tho Street is also a popular address for foreign travelers to have their clothes sewn. With a high density of restaurants, hotels and travel agents, this street is also filled with foreign travelers.
Hoa Lo Prison
Located on the Hoa Lo street, Hanoi, the Hoa Lo prison is one of the most solid structures in Indochina Region. The prison introduces to its visitors a page of the Vietnamese history.
The One-pillar pagoda not only is associated with a cultural beauty of the Buddhism but also is one of symbols of Hanoi capital. The pagoda was constructed from unique wooden structures.
Thanks to its unique architecture, the One-pillar pagoda has been recognized as the pagoda of the most impressive architecture in Asia. It is the first record of Vietnam in term of religion.
Temple of Literature
Considered as the most complicated complex in Hanoi, Temple of Literature has been listed among 23 special national relics. Hanoians are very proud of the Temple of Literature and consider it as one symbol of the city.