Situated on the bank of Nhue River, about 10km southwest of Hanoi Old Quarter, Van Phuc silk village is renowned for its traditional weaving and premium quality silk products.
If Hoan Kiem Lake with special green water and the red bridge named The Huc is the symbol of an elegant and charming ancient city; Red river and Long Bien bridge may be seen as the symbol of courageous capital in wars.
If you are touring along Tran Quang Khai road or Tong Dan street, chances are that you will be stopped out of curiosity and admiration by the unique French style architecture of Vietnam Museum of Revolution.
Renowned as one of symbols of Vietnam's capital city, Hanoi Flag Tower is a must-see destination in Hanoi.
The square adjacent to the Ho Chi Minh complex is called Ba Dinh square, where many important national historical events in modern history took place.
Vietnam Women’s Museum is one of Hanoi’s most overlooked museums and is also one of its best. The museum was reopened in 2010 after a period of 4 years of renovations.
Inaugurating on 19 May 2000, Ho Tay Water Park used to be a phenomenal at that time which was the first rank attraction in not only Hanoi but also Northern Vietnam.
Located in Soc Son District, about 40km from the center of Hanoi, Thanh Chuong Viet Palace is a perfect place to visiting for those who love to discover Vietnamese culture.
Vietnam Military History Museum is an ideal place for those want to learn more about military history of Vietnam with honest and unique original artifacts.
Located about 10km from downtown Hanoi, Dong Ngac ancient village is an ideal place for visitors who want to escape from the city's noise and learn more about lifestyle of Old Hanoi.