Hanoi Things to Do

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    The presidential palace in Hanoi.
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    The Ho Chi Minh museum.
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  • 26. Tran Quoc Pagoda

    Tran Quoc Pagoda is the oldest of Hanoi's pagodas. Originally established around 548AD along the Red River, it was moved to the present location around the year 1600AD. The name Tran Quoc means...

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  • 27. Ly Thai To

    When walking around the Hoan Kiem Lake you might notice the statue of King Ly Thai To. The statue is located at Indira Gandhi Park and is a memorial to the founder and first king of the Ly...

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  • 28. Cyclo Tour

    I’m very keen on taking cyclo ride when I was in Hanoi last year, and I think it’s worth taking a cyclo for an hour only or at the start time of your visit in Hanoi. Some friend advise me walking will...

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  • 29. Ngoc Son Pagoda

    The pagoda is on what looks like a small island connected by an attractive old wooden red bridge. Entrance fee is about 3,000 VND (which was about 60c in our money, almost nothing at all) There were...

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  • 30. Memorial House

    This old wooden house was located just down the road from where I was staying in the Old Quarter, to the north of Hoan Kiem Lake and also, simply, goes by the name of Ancient House. Dating back to the...

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  • 31. Museum of Vietnamese Revolution

    This museum is located over the road from the National Museum of Vietnamese History and was established in August 1959 in a building that was formerly used by the Trade Department of Vietnam. It was...

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  • 32. Ba Dinh Square

    These attractions can be grouped together in that Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is situated on the edge of the Ba Dinh Square. The square itself is a wide open and paved space and the focal point is of...

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  • 33. Women's Museum

    This interesting exhibition on Hanoi’s street vendors was on display, upstairs, at the Women’s Museum and is well worthy of a visit even if the main museum part, downstairs, isn’t! It exhibits many...

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  • 34. Quan Su Pagoda

    Quan Su is one of the most important temples in the country. Constructed in the 15th century along with a small house for visiting Buddhist ambassadors, in 1934 it became the headquarters of the...

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  • 35. Quan Chuong Gate

    Quan Chuong Gate, the only ancient gate that remains in Hanoi, was built in 1749 during the Le Dynasty. It’s located in the eastern part of the Old Quarter and has suffered from the ravages of time,...

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  • 36. Quan Thanh Temple

    Located just to the south of the huge West Lake, directly north of Uncle Ho’s Mausoleum, lies this delightful temple. Legend has it the temple was established during the reign of Emperor Ly Thai To...

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