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Noodle House
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“If Pho is Hanoi's number one dish, then Bun Cha is easily number two when it comes to being a Hanoi local food favorite. And who can blame the locals for loving this dish where grilled pork and rice noodles are the stars and fresh herbs, sliced papaya, red chilli and garlic are the supporting players? If these ingredient aren't enough for you, then add fried spring rolls called Nem to the mix”
  • 34 lokale anbefaler
Vietnamese Restaurant
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“This is the favorite bar of young people, lively music, open space, delicious drinks and affordable prices.”
  • 29 lokale anbefaler
Shopping Mall
“Trang Tien Plaza is very near to our Charme Homestay. It is located right next to the road-to-Hoan Kiem Lake and you could buy any well-known brand clothes/shoes at this place. Enjoy our symbol of Hanoi's shopping mall!”
  • 9 lokale anbefaler
Temple
“ Ngoc Son Temple was built in the 18th century on Jade Island in the center of the ‘Lake of the Returned Sword’ or Hoan Kiem Lake. Legend describes how an emperor was once given a magical sword which helped him defeat the Chinese Ming Dynasty and in doing so saw the return of the Golden Turtle God to the lake. Today ‘Turtle Tower’ stands close to the lake in memory of this legend. There are also endangered large soft-shell turtles swimming in the lake, and to see one of these gentle giants is considered very auspicious. The name of the temple translates to ‘Temple of the Jade Mountain’ and is predominately dedicated to war hero General Tran Hung Dao who defeated an armed force of 300,000 soldiers sent by Mongolian Emperor Kublai Khan in the 13th century to invade Vietnam. Also inside the pagoda are a large bronze bust and other deities. There are altars dedicated to Tran Hung Dao, some ancient artifacts including ceramics and a preserved specimen of a giant turtle found in the lake weighing 250kg.”
  • 27 lokale anbefaler
Slot
“The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is an intriguing relic of Vietnam's history and, signifying its historical and culture importance, is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Standing 40 metres high, the central flag tower is the most recognizable feature of the Imperial Citadel and is often used as a symbol of Hanoi. This was the centre of ancient Hanoi and served as the political centre for eight centuries. Located in Ba Đinh, the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is close to many other tourist attractions. Opening hours: daily 8:00- 12:30 & 13:30 - 19:30 - Locatio: Quan Thanh, Ba Đinh, Ha Noi”
  • 33 lokale anbefaler
Art Museum
“The Vietnam Fine Arts Museum has one of the best and most diverse art collections in the country, and a visit here will provide some good insight into Vietnamese culture and history. ”
  • 22 lokale anbefaler
Temple
“One Pillar Pagoda Legend claims that The One Pillar Pagoda was built following a dream by the fatherless emperor in which the enlightened being Avalokiteshvara gave him a baby son resting on a lotus flower. Emperor Ly Thai Tong commissioned the pagoda to be created in resemblance of this lotus flower which is also the Buddhist symbol of enlightenment. The Emperor remained in gratitude to the bodhisattva and subsequently to to Quan Am, the Goddess of Mercy following the birth of his son. Inside the temple a richly gilded statue of Quan Am takes centre place at the main altar. After the temple was completed loyal followers flocked daily to give thanks and support to the emperor, praying to Quan Am for a long and successful sovereignty. Today, the concrete pillar that supports the tiny wooden pagoda is a replacement for the original one which was blown up by the departing French, it remains unclear how much of the wooden temple is the original one. Another point of interest is a bo tree that grows behind the pagoda which legend state is an offshoot of the one under which Buddha became enlightened - the tree was given as a gift from India in 1958. Before you leave the pagoda also take time to visit the Dien Huu Pagoda which is located close by in a courtyard full of exquisite bonsai trees. - Opening Hours: daily from 08:00-17:00 - Location: situated in the park behind the museum near Ba Dinh Square at Ong Ich Kiem Street in the Ba Dinh District Price: free Remarks: Appropriate attire should be worn if you are entering the temple; prayers take place continuously throughout the day. Praying at The One Pillar Pagoda is said to bring about blessings of fertility and health. - The pagoda is open with refreshments available at a stand nearby so you can sit and relax in the surrounding gardens”
  • 20 lokale anbefaler
Shopping Mall
“One of the tallest towers in the city. It has an observation deck so you can sightsee the whole city from the sky. Also here you can go shopping & eat at restaurants with international brands.”
  • 20 lokale anbefaler
History Museum
“This museum is dedicated to the late Vietnamese leader, Ho Chi Minh, or referred to lovingly as “Uncle Ho.” His life is chronicled in eight different sections, from his upbringing and youth, to his travels, ideologies, and ultimately what led to the founding of the Vietnamese Communist party. English descriptions are available. - Opening: Tuesday-Sunday, Closed on Mondays. - Address: 158/19 Ngọc Ha”
  • 12 lokale anbefaler
Botanical Garden
“Large, tranquil city park with many trees, walking paths & a playground for children.”
  • 16 lokale anbefaler
Coffee Shop
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“Ta Hien Street, located in the heart of Hanoi Old Quarter, in the French colonial time called Géraud, is two-hundred-meter street, intersect with Hang Bac Street and Hang Buom Street. This street was named the “international crossroads” because there are many foreign tourists and has been included in the list of “places have to go in Hanoi” when traveling overseas of the foreigners. People reminds to it as a place for tourists to be able to feel the soul of Hanoi, which is simple and the intersection of the old and the new, of the East and the West. No one can deny that Ta Hien is a paradise on Earth for those with passion for street food. No matter what time you come to this place throughout the year, its incredible list of food always inspires you a lot. All things considered, do not hesitate to enter this wonderful street to explore very interesting stuff in the Vietnamese culture of street food. ”
  • 13 lokale anbefaler
Amusement Park
“A visit to Dream World theme park is a fun-filled, entertaining day out for families in Bangkok. As the name suggests, children’s fantasies become realities – they can sleigh or make snow angels in Snow Land, ride a rollercoaster up Space Mountain, and meet Cinderella and Pocahontas, all in a day.”
  • 13 lokale anbefaler
Café
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“I bet you never try Egg coffee before, if you're in Hanoi, why not have a taste of Hanoi very special drink, coffee mix with egg, created by a local since 1920s, feel the soft and creamy taste of this one of a kind Hanoi-an drink. ”
  • 25 lokale anbefaler
Racetrack
“local people go there for a walk or exercise all the time! there is also activities such as skateboarding, dancing in late afternoon”
  • 13 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“This is a uniquely Hanoian dish. The restaurant is family-owned and has been here forever. They only serve chả cá (turmeric, grilled fish) and have worked for generations to perfect the recipe. A must-try when you're in Hanoi.”
  • 21 lokale anbefaler
Buddhist Temple
“Tran Quoc Pagoda is the oldest of its kind in Hanoi, dating back to the 6th century during the reign of Emperor Ly Nam De Dynasty (544 - 548). The Buddhist shrine has undergone several changes throughout the years, particularly its renaming from An Quoc to Tran Quoc (protecting the country) by Emperor Le Huy Tong in the 17th century. Although it’s now set on an islet within West Lake, the pagoda was originally located on banks of Red River before it’s relocated in 1615due to the river’s encroachment. Surrounded by lush greenery, Tran Quoc Pagoda was a favourite amongst the kings and royal families for festivals, full moons, and Tet Festival.”
  • 18 lokale anbefaler