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Long Bien Market

Long Bien Market – Hanoian lifestyle

Bustling from mid-night to early morning, the Long Bien Market is the biggest wholesale market in Hanoi and northern Vietnam. It is also a...
Hanoi vs Saigon

Culture Differences: Hanoi vs Saigon

Simple is always the best. Such genuine things below are addictive characteristics to anyone having visited Hanoi & Sai Gon. Let's take a Hanoi...
Ancient House 87 Ma May

Ancient House 87 Ma May

Located within Hanoi Old Quarter, the ancient house at 87 Ma May street which was built at the late of the 20th century, is quite intact with typical architecture of ancient houses.
Bat Trang Pottery Village

Bat Trang pottery village

Bat Trang, traditional porcelain and pottery village with history of seven centuries, is an interesting attraction in Hanoi that tourists should not ignore. Bat Trang,...

Ba Dinh Square

Ba Dinh square is considered as the heart of Hanoi. It is the place where many important national historical events in modern history took place.

Long Bien Bridge

If Hoan Kiem Lake with special green water and the red bridge named The Huc is the symbol of an elegant and charming ancient...
Best Place To Visit in Hanoi

Best Places To Visit in Hanoi

The destinations listed below encapsulate the breadth of the Vietnamese cultural and historical experience, from the country's founding as a Chinese vassal state a...
One Pillar Pagoda

One Pillar Pagoda

Rising from one pillar in the centre of an elegantly square shaped lotus pond, The One Pillar Pagoda is said to represent a lotus...
Hanoi Opera House

Hanoi Opera House

Amid the flow of Hanoi’s history of 1000 years old, Hanoi Opera House proudly stands at the heart of central Hanoi as one of...
National Museum of Vietnamese History

National Museum of Vietnamese History

National Museum of Vietnamese History was also home to the Ecole Francaise d'Extreme Orient (EFEO), during which time it became a museum to exhibit EFEO...