Ha Noi

  • Temple of Literature, Hanoi

    Temple of Literature, Hanoi

    The Temple of Literature ( Vietnamese: Van Mieu Quoc Tu Giam) is a temple of confucious in Hanoi, located in the South of Thang Long Citadel. Nowadays, the Temple is ranked as one of 23 special national heritages.

  • Hoan Kiem Lake

    Hoan Kiem Lake

    The name of Hoan Kiem Lake was based on the legend in 15th centery that King Le Loi handed a magic sword called Heaven’s Will which brought him victory in his revolt against the Chinese Ming Dynasty back to the Golden Turtle God ( Kim Quy) in the lake and hence gave it its present name, Hoan Kiem Lake

  • One Pillar Pagoda

    One Pillar Pagoda

    The pagoda was built of wood on a single stone pillar 1.25m in diameter, and it is designed to resemble a lotus blossom, which is a Budhist symbol of purity, since a lotus blossoms in a muddy pond

  • Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

    Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

    Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, also known as President Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, or Uncle Ho’s Mausoleum, is a large memorial in Hanoi Capital, located in the center of ba Dinh Square, where Ho Chi Minh read the Declaration of Independence on September 2nd, 1945, establishing the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.

  • Hanoi Old Quarter

    Hanoi Old Quarter

    The Old Quarter which is the historical heart of Hanoi Capital is still the most crowded area. Located near Hoan Kiem Lake, the Old Quarter has the original street layout and architect of old Hanoi.

  • Hanoi


    Indochina’s old dame, Hanoi is striving to modernize, yet unwilling to let go of the beauty of its glorious past. Slightly vain, the city won’t bow down and give any tourists and easy time. Only those who are truly willing to understand and listen will recognize the logic of Hanoi's beauty, the complexity of its chaos and peace, its urban speed and rural tranquility.