Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam is covered by the rivers. Nowadays, Hanoi city became one of biggest capitals in Asia. So if traveler would like to experience Hanoian life, food and life style, Hanoi ancient Quarter is the best choice. Over 1,000 years, Hanoi still preserves so much the ancient architecture in the Old quarter, with many ancient traditional houses where we can imagine the life of locals in the past, or over 600 pagodas and temples where we can understand more about the city’s cultural heritage.

Through over 1,000 years of the  eventful history, marked by destruction, wars and natural calamities, Hanoi still preserves many ancient architectural works including the Old Quarter and over 600 pagodas and temples. Famous sites include the One Pillar Pagoda (built in 1049), the Temple of Literature (built in 1070), Hanoi Citadel, Hanoi Opera House, President Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum and Museum of Ethnology.

Through over a thousand years of historical development, with a lot of sufferings from climate hardship, natural calamities and invasion wars… Hanoi still preserves ancient and French colonial architectures, especially the Old Quarter with 36 traditional streets, and over 600 pagodas and temples. All of these became a part of local resident’s lives, such as One Pillar pagoda ( built in 1049 ), Temple of Literature ( built in 1070 ), Hanoi Opera house, Tran Quoc pagoda, Presidential Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum…

From Vietnam’s capital, it is able  to take the trip to the handicraft villages, such as the Bat Trang pottery village, Van Phuc silk village or the amazing tourist destinations of Hoa Lu ancient capital, Tam Coc, Bai Dinh pagoda, Trang An, Perfume pagoda. Hanoi is also a nice place for excursions of Halong Bay, Sapa, Ba Be lake, Ban Gioc waterfall…

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