Hanoi Travel Guide Attractions and Things to do in Vietnam

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Explore the Old Quarter:

The Old Quarter is Hanoi’s oldest part of town. The area is dotted with hundreds of historic buildings having colonial architecture. The area is full of beautiful buildings, hidden alleys, and narrow winding streets. The Old Quarter gives a feel of what many people visualize Hanoi to be, where you will see vendors selling fresh fruits, and foods at a very cheap rate. It is a must-recommended place to explore on foot if in Hanoi.

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Visit the Temple of Literature:

The Temple of Literature was built in honor of Confucius and is considered one of the most important buildings in all of Vietnam. Later in 1076, the Temple of Literature transformed into a respected academic school. Being the first national University of Vietnam, it is a well-preserved example of beautiful Vietnamese architecture.

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Visit Hoan Kiem Lake:

A very popular tourist place in Hanoi is Hoan Kiem Lake also known as the “turtle lake” which has a peaceful beauty and nature in its surrounding. It is also considered the historical center of Hanoi. Hoan Kiem Lake is an oasis where locals can go to just relax with their families by day or night! You’ll definitely want to check out this famous landmark if you’re visiting Hanoi!

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Water Puppet Theatre:

One of the most incredible things you can do in Hanoi is attending a Hanoi Water Puppet Theatre show. This is an incredible experience that lets you witness an ancient art form performed right before your eyes. It’s like being transported back in time to a more authentic era from where the ancient art form of Vietnamese water puppetry is been preserved and shown to you.

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Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum:

The Ho Chi MinhMausoleum isone of the most important sites in Hanoi. It was built to commemorate the life and work of Ho Chi Minh, who was the country’s greatest leader. Also known as or famous by the name of ‘Uncle Ho’ amongst locals. His well-preserved body is now laid to rest in a glass case. It is one of the most important places for Vietnamese people in the country’s capital.

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