Weather in Hanoi

Weather in Hanoi

Vietnam has a tropical monsoon climate. Vietnam’s an average temperature is lower than the other Asia countries which have the same latitude. The weather in Vietnam is dictated by two monsoon seasons – the Southwest monsoon from April to September and the Northeast monsoon from October to late March or early April. The climate of […]

Shopping in Hanoi

When visiting Vietnam, Hanoi capital is one of the first destination you should not miss. Reminding Hanoi, tourists said that Hanoi is an ideal place for shopping. There are many things to buy at the comparative prices. Most shopping centers are located in the ancient quarter (old quarter). Hanoi has a good range of day […]

Restarants and Bars in Hanoi

Hanoi is an active city. With the current booming rate of the economic as well as other aspects of people’s life, the number of restaurants and bar is taking off the ground. Following are some recommended bars and restaurants in Hanoi. Two French students designed a damaged tube house into an ancient house at 69 […]

Enchanting Bat Trang Ceramic Village

Bat Trang is suited on the left bank of Hong River about 13km south east of Hanoi center. It is very famous for ceramic and pottery products attracting many tourists. It is also long – lasting pottery village in Vietnam. If you know about Vietnam, you will know such Bat Trang’s products as: vases, bowls, […]

Charming Van Phuc Silk Village

Dating back to thousand years old, Vietnam was outstood majorly for its unique culture. Silk weaving is one of the elements creating the attractive and lovely Vietnamese. Currently, with the quite fast development of the economy global wide in general and the technology in particular, silk weaving is not commonly seen. However, to preserve this […]

Duong Lam Ancient Village

Vietnam in general and the North of the country in particular have a diversified culture characterized by the community group units including villages. Ranking one the top destinations in Hanoi, Duong Lam village is the first ancient village recognized as a national relic by the Ministry of Culture and Information. It is suited in Son […]

Hanoi Opera House

Hanoi Opera House is situated next to the Red River and far from east of Hoan Kiem lake about several  hundreds meters. The Opera House is an incredible house with French architect and typical Gothic and Mosaic characters showed on the door and the glassed room. The facade is colonial French with pillars and balconies […]

One Pillar Pagoda

The One- Pillar Pagoda is one of the beauty- sports in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. If you are living in Hanoi or not you should not miss the chance to visit here. Chua Mot Cot formally Diên Hựu tự (Translate: The One Pillar Pagoda), is a historic Buddhist temple in Hanoi which literally means […]

Hanoi Parks

Reunification Park (Cong Vien Thong Nhat) Thong Nhat Park is surrounded by Tran Nhan Tong, Le Duan, Dai Co Viet, and Nguyen Dinh Chieu streets in Hanoi. Firstly its name was “Le nin” Park, its square is more than 50ha. It is one of the most charming places in Hanoi capital.   In 1958, the park […]

Temple of the Literature

Temple of the Literature (Vietnamese: Van Mieu Quoc Tu Giam) is the first stop destination of any foreign tourists in Hanoi. It shows the Hanoians’ spirit of study for long time ago! It is suited in the Dong Da district, Hanoi. Van Mieu, or the Temple of Literature, is the oldest school in Vietnam. Confucian […]

Hanoi’s Old Quarter

Hanoi has thirty- six streets and guilds.  Inside a hustles and bustles of city, there exists an antique quarter, the Hanoi old Quarter, which shows the eternal of Hanoi. The Old Quarter is suited between the Lake of the Restored Sword, the Long Bien Bridge, and the Old Quarter (having 36 old streets inside). Then […]

Hanoi Cathedral

Hanoi capital is a sacred land of Vietnam. The year 1010 was an historical date of Hanoi in particular and Vietnam country in general. Hanoi has had many names throughout history, all of them of Sino-Vietnamese origin, for example   Thang Long ( Soaring Dragon), Dong Do, Dong Kinh, and finally is was renamed – Hanoi […]