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Hanoi Overview


Hanoi is not only the capital of Vietnam; it is the political and cultural center of the country. Hanoi Overview tells us that it is a city begat by mythology and inspired by legends. It has been a survivor of countless violent struggles and political intrigues, sustained on patriotism, ideology and the willful independence of its people. This is a city that has experienced an eventful millennium.

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Hanoi Festivals & Events


Hanoi is a city of festivals. There is always a reason to celebrate. And, the people of Hanoi know how to celebrate it to the fullest. Most of the festivals are associated with their religious belief and faith. Some festivals are held to usher in the new year or the new season marking the beginning or end of their harvesting time while

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Hanoi Museums


Museums are a great store house of information and fulfill the purposes of public teaching and gathering knowledge. The exhibits have a history attached to them and are immensely beneficial to every individual of the country as well as to the society as a whole.

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Sightseeing in Hanoi


Located in the northern part of Vietnam, Hanoi boasts of a population of 3,058,000 people. Hanoi was the center of politics of Vietnam from 1010 to 1802. It was the capital of French Indo-China from 1887 to 1945. It was the capital of North Vietnam from 1945 to 1976. Located on the banks of the Red River, Hanoi boasts of a rich culture and history. History shows that Hanoi was known by different names. After its emancipation from the Japanese clutches in 1945, it became a major

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Army Museum in Hanoi


The rich heritage of Vietnam and its capital, Hanoi is best reflected through the six national museums. Army Museum in Hanoi occupies a special poignant position among the six national museums as it depicts the war history of Vietnam and embodies the armed struggle of the Vietnamese people.

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Botanical Gardens (Vuon Bach Thao) in Hanoi


The term ’Botanical Gardens’ generally applies to gardens which has a large number of plants carefully sorted out and documented for conducting scientific studies. Even if all are not publicly accessible the one in Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam is definitely an exception. The Botanical Gardens (Vuon Bach Thao) in Hanoi is a small world of opulence with greenery all around and has the perfect natural surroundings to just sit and meditate or go for a stroll around the park.

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Chem Temple Festival in Hanoi


There is a great legend attached to the Chem Temple Festival in Hanoi. Chem Temple is located in Thuy Phuong village in Hanoi’s suburban district of Tu Liem. It is dedicated to Ly Ong Trong, alias Ly Than, a legendary figure during the reign of the Hung Kings

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Chu Dong Tu Festival in Hanoi


Chu Dong Tu Festival in Hanoi is celebrated in Chu Dong Tu Temple in Da Hoa and Da Trach villages, which are 25 kilometer away Hanoi. The package of dragon procession, martial arts competitions, lion dance, and cheo performances make this festival, grand, colourful and popular among the tourists. If you are in Hanoi in Vitenam, don’t miss out watching this festival.

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Cultural Friendship Palace (Cung Van Hoa Huu Nghi) in Hanoi


Hanoi spreads over 2,000 square kilometers, but most important sites lie in compact areas. Touring the major landmarks of Hanoi can be interesting. You can also try a trip around West Lake that takes in the rural suburbs. Cultural Friendship Palace (Cung Van Hoa Huu Nghi) in Hanoi is such a place where you can visit during your tour to Hanoi.

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Fine Art Museum in Hanoi


The rich legacy and colorful tradition of Vietnam and its capital, Hanoi is best reflected through the six national museums. Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi occupies a significant position among the six national museums as it traces the origin of artistic culture in Vietnam and presents a promising account of the development of Vietnam’s artistic fervor.

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Geography of Hanoi


Vietnam, a nation in South East Asia has always been a talked about country in the international political scenario. The country has been famous in the pages of history and is very well distinguishable for its unique geography. The map shows Vietnam to be an S shaped country lying in the tropical zone and widening both in the north and the south. The country is predominantly mountainous with dense vegetation and varied forms of flora and fauna.

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Giong festival in Hanoi


Giong Festival in Hanoi is famous in Vietnam and its capital Hanoi as it depicts the patriotic ardor of the Vietnamese people and their love for freedom and expresses their earnest gratitude for their national heroes.

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Hanoi Accommodation


Tourists and visitors can visit the major attractions of the city to enhance their experience in Hanoi. A large number of pagodas dotting the city are a must see on your tours to Hanoi. Lang Pagoda built during the Ly Than Tong regime is famous for its fascinating gateway flanked by stone elephants and a dreamy courtyard. Quan Than Pagoda, constructed in the 11th century near the Truc Bach lake is a major attraction of the city. The hotels of Hanoi offer sublime trails to

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Hanoi Amusement Park


Hanoi Amusement Parks offers a collection of rides and other entertainment attractions assembled for the purpose of entertaining the people. It not only caters to small children but also provides a space for entertainment to the adults and teenagers. An amusement park may be permanent or temporary, usually periodic, such as a few days or weeks per year. The temporary (often annual) amusement park with mobile rides etc. is called a funfair or carnival. There are

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Hanoi Language


With a population of more than 3 million, Hanoi in Vietnam will impress you with its relics of history, enthralling beauty of its scenic beauty and imprints of French-colonial rule in the architecture of its buildings. However, before you begin planning your tour, you must have an in-depth knowledge of Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, the process of which you may kick off with Hanoi Language.

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Hanoi National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries


The country of Vietnam has a rich treasure of forests, mountains and green valleys with equal proportions divided between all the major cities. The capital city of Vietnam, Hanoi, basks in pride with its own share of extensive forest areas and lush green lands. With the zeal to protect the wild animals from illegal poaching and preserving the rich bio diversity of the country, the government has assigned special sites to be marked as forested areas for National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries.

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Hanoi Opera House


Hanoi Opera House rises magnificently at the end of the Trang Tien Street. Built by the French in 1911 and renovated in the late 1990s, the façade of the building is colonial French with pillars and balconies overlooking the city center. Various performances of art - local, international, traditional, modern are staged at this 900-seat opera house, professionally managed by a solid team of various experts with the Vietnamese symphonies playing quite regularly.

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Hanoi Parks and Gardens


Mother Nature is beautiful, bountiful and vast. Her forests, mountains are all gift to mankind for a healthy and safe life. But owing to rapid industrialization and man’s military conquests the green patch on the face of our planet is receding at an alarming rate and warning us of an early extinction. The Parks and Garden’s therefore are miniature forms of Nature’s serenity, calmness and beauty.

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Hanoi Population


When you talk of Hanoi Population, one should know that most Hanoians have been here for three generations or more. The number is likely to be very small as compared to the overall Hanoi population of the city. The Hanoians are a reflection of a past where Hanoi is the convergent point for much of the country’s talents in arts and education. 85% of Hanoi’s Population comprises of ethnic Vietnamese. 3% of Hanoi’s Population is ethnic Chinese or Khmer, Cham (a remnant of the once great Indianised Champa Kingdom) and members of some 55 ethno-linguistic groups.

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Hanoi Tourism


Tourism for every country is important as it opens up avenues to a strong economy as well as building up new relationships. The geographical beauty as well as the cultural ethnicity has lured a large number of tourists to this wonderful island destination.

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Hanoi Tourist Attractions


Hanoi tourist attractions are a major draw for visitors. The exotic destinations in Hanoi comprise of parks gardens, cemeteries, lakes, rivers, canals, beaches, castles, palaces, historical buildings, museums, opera houses, zoo and farms. The major attractions of Hanoi exemplify fine traits of French architecture. Though smaller and less modern than Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi speaks volumes of Vietnam’s historical and political importance. Hanoi has witnessed massive growth and development in modern times.

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Hanoi Tourist Information Center


Hanoi tourist information center acts as a travel guide for visitors thronging the city in droves. Located on Dinh Tien Hoang, north of the Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi tourist information center provides useful guidelines for travelers. You can contact Hanoi tourist information center at (84-4) 926 3366. The tourist information center provides a useful map, English language advice and limited internet access. The information center runs certain companies like An Phu Tour (Bus Company). Most of the tourist agencies in Hanoi offer trips to Perfume Pagoda.

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Hanoi Weather


Hanoi has emerged as a fascinating and unconventional tourist destination over the years. People, weary of visiting the clichéd and over crowded places, now prefer Hanoi as a charming city unique in its own beauty and culture. Experienced travelers would like to have a brief overview of the place they are visiting and weather surely tops the information-list so that when they visit, they have a pleasant weather to have the best.

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History of Hanoi


Hanoi in Vietnam centered around Hoàn Kiem Lake, has a history dated back to 3000 years. Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam is located along Red River. It is considered to be the treasure of political and social evolution of Vietnam. With a population of more than 3 million, Hanoi in Vietnam will haunt you back to its past through the remnants of history preserved along the silent alleys of the Old Quarter. If you trace History of Hanoi

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Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Hanoi


Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Hanoi is an important landmark of the city and stands integrated to the political and social history of Vietnam. Hanoi in Vietnam, which has a history dated back to 3000 years, even otherwise has several monuments, scenic beauty and reserves of history imprinted through the strife-torn colonial and political regimes. However, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum draws special emphasis because it testifies about Uncle Ho in Vietnam.

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Ho Chi Minh Museum in Hanoi


The Ho Chi Minh Museum in Hanoi is a dedicated museum. It was built in memory of a great man whose name is written in golden alphabets in the history of Vietnam. The special person was a great revolutionary and statesman and went on to become first the Prime Minister and then the President of North Vietnam.

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Ho Tay Lake Water Park in Hanoi


Ho Tay Lake Water Park in Hanoi is the latest addition to the entertainment parks of the city. This park is similar to the park found in Ho Chi Minh City. The features of Ho Tay Lake Water Park in Hanoi include:

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Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi


Hoan Kiem Lake is located at the heart of Hanoi. The name literally means ’The Lake of the Restored Sword’. The name refers to the 15th-century legend in which the nobleman Le Loi, who fought for the Vietnamese against Ming China

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Le Mat Snake Village Festival in Hanoi


Snake catching and breeding in Le Mat has been practiced for almost 900 years.
The history of the village tells us that till the end of Nguyen court, this region still had plenty of snakes. Le Mat Snake Festival in Hanoi is celebrated in a gala way at Le Mat hamlet in Viet Hung village.

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Maison Centrale (Hoa Lo Maison) in Hanoi


Maison Centrale in Hanoi is a prison built by the French in 1896. It was built to house up to 450 opponents of colonialism. The Hoa Loa Prison (Vietnamese: Hoa Lo;, meaning fiery furnace) was later ironically known to American Prisoners of war as the Hanoi Hilton. The French called the prison Maison Centrale - a usual term to denote prisons in France.

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Hanoi Head Office:
Add: Suite 514. 4F Building, Trung Hoa Street, Cau Giay District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: +844-37834288 ; Fax: +844-37834286
Hotline: Mr. Tony Bui: +84-988900722
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Ho Chi Minh City Branch Office:
Add: No 87, Ham Nghi Street, District 1 , HCMC
Tel: +848 62647807 Fax: +848 62647817
Hotline: Mr. Nam
+84-913210831
Email:
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