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1. Overview of Hanoi things to do

Hanoi is one of the important cultural, political, commercial, and tourist centers of Vietnam. Hanoi, through more than a thousand years of history, has become a famous tourist destination around the world. Traveling to Hanoi is an extremely attractive experience for both domestic and foreign tourists.

Hanoi is a city that preserves the cultural and historical values of the nation. Along with the development of society, besides the ancient and traditional features, Hanoi also has modern features, a dynamic life rhythm, and cultural beauty, combined with youthful features, all of which contribute to a Hanoi. The interior is colorful and charming enough to attract any guest from afar.

Coming to Hanoi, visitors have the opportunity to explore many cultural and artistic works, beautiful and charming natural landscapes, or ancient alleys, along with the outstanding typical cuisine in Hanoi.

2. Amazing things to do in Hanoi, Vietnam

2.1. Visiting President Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum, Ba Dinh Square, Ho Chi Minh Museum

2.1.1. Visiting President Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum

President Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum, also known as Uncle Ho’s Mausoleum, is the resting place of Uncle Ho. This is the work with the most precious cultural value of the nation and the pride of the country with foreign tourists.

The landscape around the mausoleum is green, with more than 250 species of plants; each tree and each flower planted have their own meaning. In front of and behind the mausoleum are planted 79 perennials, symbolizing the 79 years of President Ho Chi Minh’s life.

  • Address: 02 Hung Vuong Street, Dien Bien Ward, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi City.
  • Opening and closing hours to visit Uncle Ho’s mausoleum:
Hot season (from April 1 to October 31 every year)Tuesday


7:30 a.m – 10:30 a.m



7:00 a.m – 11:00 a.m
Winter (from November 1 to March 31 of the following year)Tuesday


8:00 a.m – 11:00 a.m



7:00 a.m – 11:30 a.m

Every Monday and Friday, Uncle Ho’s mausoleum will be closed. If that day coincides with the holidays of May 19, September 2, and the 1st of the Lunar New Year, Uncle Ho’s Mausoleum is still open to welcome visitors.

  • Ticket price to Uncle Ho’s mausoleum:

Completely free tickets are available for all Vietnamese when visiting.

Collect 1.05 USD for foreigners when visiting the mausoleum.

2.1.2. Ba Dinh square

Ba Dinh Square is the largest square in Vietnam, located on Hung Vuong Street, in front of the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.

Ba Dinh Square has a large campus with many large grass squares that are images of mats spread on communal courtyards in ancient Vietnamese villages, interspersed with a 1.4-meter-wide walkway. In the middle of the square is the national flagpole.

  • Address: Hung Vuong Street, Dien Bien Ward, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi City.
  • Open: 5:00 a.m – 22:00 p.m

2.1.3. Ho Chi Minh Museum

Ho Chi Minh Museum, located south of Ba Dinh Square (behind the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum), is one of the favorite destinations of many domestic and foreign tourists when traveling to Hanoi for one day.

Ho Chi Minh Museum is a place to display and store documents, artifacts, and images reflecting the life and career of President Ho Chi Minh. The museum also has an exhibition floor on thematic images of President Ho Chi Minh. Vietnam and other interesting cultural and historical topics

  • Address: 19 Ngoc Ha Street, Doi Can Ward, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi City.
  • Open: 8:00 a.m – 11:30 a.m (except Monday and Friday).
  • Ticket price:

Completely free for Vietnamese people.

For international guests, it is 1.7 USD/ticket.

After visiting Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Ba Dinh Square, and Ho Chi Minh Museum, you can visit the Presidential Hut, Nha San Area, and Uncle Ho’s fish pond. The road leading to the place where Uncle used to live is very peaceful and poetic, with lakes, gardens, etc; the atmosphere is very pleasant. By going to the stilt house, you can visit the place associated with Uncle Ho’s life and revolutionary career.

2.1.4. Discovering the unique One Pillar Pagoda

One Pillar Pagoda is an ancient temple in Vietnam built during the reign of King Ly Thai Tong. It is also known by many different names, such as Mat Pagoda, Lien Hoa Dai, or Dien Huu Tu. The pagoda was built entirely on a single pillar in the middle of a lotus pond.

One Pillar Pagoda is one of the most unique architectural temples in Asia and a cultural symbol and spiritual destination in Hanoi, the Vietnamese capital.

  • Address: One Pillar Pagoda Street, Doi Can Ward, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi City.
  • Open: 7:00 a.m – 18:00 p.m
  • Ticket price:

Vietnamese tourists: free.

Foreign tourists: 1.05 USD/person.

2.1.5. Walking around Hoan Kiem Lake

Hoan Kiem Lake is a natural freshwater lake located in the center of Hanoi, also known by other names such as Sword Lake, Luc Thuy Lake, or Ta Vong Lake. Sword Lake with its azure water, surrounded by trees casting shadows on the surface of the water, creates a romantic beauty. This is the perfect place for an afternoon stroll in Hanoi.

Turtle Tower is located in the middle of Sword Lake and also has other famous heritages such as Pen Tower, Dai Nghien, The Huc Bridge leading to Dac Nguyet Floor, or Tran Ba communal house on the entrance to Ngoc Son temple… creating an image of Hoan Kiem Lake bearing a characteristic imprint in the hearts of tourists.

  • Address: Hang Trong Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi City.

2.2. Exploring Hanoi’s Old Quarter

Hanoi’s Old Quarter has long been famous for its 36 streets. This is a busy and bustling trading place for Ha Thanh people from ancient times to the present. Not only that, but this place also preserves and faithfully reproduces the cultural and historical values of the people of the capital.

Hanoi’s Old Quarter seems to have become a must-visit place for most tourists when traveling in Ha Thanh. Coming to the old town, you will admire the beauty of the architecture, quiet lifestyle, and culture of the landscape and people here.

Hanoi Old Quarter is located in the center of Hoan Kiem District, near Hoan Kiem Lake. The south is Hang Bong, Hang Gai, Hang Thung, and Cau Go Streets; the north is Hang Dau Street; the west is Phung Hung Street; and the east is Tran Nhat Duat Street.

2.3. Visiting Ma May Ancient House and St. Joseph’s Church in Hanoi’s Old Quarter

2.3.1. Ma May Ancient House 

Ma May ancient house is one of the ancient houses with typical Hanoian architecture. This old house was built around the end of the 19th century and changed owners many times. At the same time, it is also a place to combine the display of handicraft products from craft villages, such as tea, silk weaving, ceramics, etc.

Coming to this house, visitors will understand more about the lifestyle and daily activities of Ha Thanh people in the past. Every evening, here often take place Ca Tru singing sessions performed by Thang Long Ward or organize typical folklore forms of old Hanoians.

  • Address: 87 Ma May Street, Hang Buom, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi City.
  • Ticket price: 0.42 USD/ticket
  • Open:

Monday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 17:00 p.m

Friday – Sunday: 7:30 p.m – 22:00 p.m

2.3.2. Saint Joseph’s Church 

Saint Joseph’s Church, also known as Hanoi Cathedral, is hundreds of years old and one of the first architectural works built by the French. Coming to this place, visitors will admire typical European medieval Gothic architecture, built to resemble Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.

Experiences not to be missed when coming to Hanoi Cathedral: Attending services at the cathedral, Celebrate Christmas at the Cathedral, take “virtual living” photos with the Cathedral background, Enjoy specialties like the famous “lemon tea” of the Cathedral.

  • Address: 40 Nha Chung Street, Hang Trong, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi City.
  • Open:

Monday – Saturday: 8:00 a.m – 11:00 a.m; 14:00 p.m – 17:00 p.m,

Sunday: 7:00 a.m  – 11:30 a.m; 15:00 p.m – 21:00 p.m

2.4. Visiting Hoa Lo Prison, a former prison turned museum

Hoa Lo Prison has the French name Maison Centrale. Hoa Lo Prison was originally built by the French to hold political prisoners. A place to witness barbaric crimes, the will, and the unyielding spirit of so many patriotic Vietnamese children.

After buying tickets to visit, there will be a guide for you to follow. From the first exhibition space, you will be able to go through many different areas in turn, with realistic images exposed right in front of your eyes.

  • Address: 1 Hoa Lo street, Tran Hung Dao ward, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi city.
  • Open: 08:00 a.m – 17:00 p.m (including holidays)
  • Ticket price: 1.27 USD/person, 50% off or free tickets for some special people.
  • Tel: (+84) 24 3934 2253

2.5.  Watching a traditional water puppet show at Thang Long Water Puppet

Water puppetry is a tradition dating back to the 11th century, originating in the villages of the Red River Delta in northern Vietnam. Water puppetry is a traditional folklore art bearing the imprint of the wet rice agricultural civilization.

Thang Long Water Puppet Theater is the place where Vietnamese water puppet shows take place. This art form attracts a lot of domestic and foreign tourists.

  • Address: 57b Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Hang Bac Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi City.
  • Performance time:
Performance timeMonday to SaturdaySunday
13:45 p.mXX
15:00 p.mXX
16:10 p.mXX
17:20 p.mXX
18:30 p.mXX
20:00 pmXX
21:15 p.mXX
Each Thang Long water puppet show lasts about 45 minutes.
  • Ticket price:
Ticket standardTicket price
Vip8.4 USD/ Ticket
Often6.3 USD/ Ticket
Common4.2 USD/ Ticket

If using a camera, the surcharge will be 0.8 USD per camera, and the video camera will be 2.5 USD per camera.

2.6. Visiting Hanoi Opera House

Hanoi Opera House is located on Cach Mang Thang Tam Square, overlooking Trang Tien Street. It is modeled after the Opéra Garnier in Paris but is smaller in size. The Hanoi Opera House is one of three large theaters that the French built during their time in Indochina.

Over time, the site has become a famous tourist destination, attracting a large number of domestic and foreign tourists.

  • Address: 1 Trang Tien Street, Chuong Duong Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi City.
  • Open: 10:30 a.m – 12:00 a.m (Monday and Friday).
  • Ticket prices to visit and see performances:

Adults: 17 USD/tourist.

Students, students: 50% off ticket price.

Performance time here will take about 1 hour 30 minutes.

2.7. Visiting Thang Long Imperial Citadel

Thang Long Imperial Citadel is a complex of relics of the ancient Thang Long citadel associated with the heroic history of thousands of years of national construction and defense of our nation. In 2010, UNESCO recognized Thang Long Imperial Citadel as a world cultural heritage.

Sights not to be missed when you come to Thang Long Imperial Citadel: Ky Dai, the legendary Hanoi flagpole; Doan Mon; Kinh Thien Palace; Tinh Bac Lau; Cua Bac; House D67; Archaeological Site No. 18 Hoang Dieu. Besides historical sites, when visiting Thang Long Imperial Citadel, you also have the opportunity to participate in many other interesting activities such as historical exhibitions, art exhibitions, archaeological exhibitions, etc.

  • Address: 19C Hoang Dieu Street, Dien Bien Ward, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi City.
  • Open: 8:00 a.m – 17:00 p.m (except Monday).
  • Ticket price:

Adults: 1.27 USD/time.

Pupils, students and elderly people (60 years old or older, Vietnamese citizens): 0.63 USD/way.

Children (under 15 years old): Free

2.8. Visiting the Temple of Literature Quoc Tu Giam

The Temple of Literature Quoc Tu Giam is a complex on the list of special national monuments of Vietnam and the pride of Vietnamese people. With a rich culture and long history, the relic has become an attractive destination for tours and the discovery of Hanoi tourism. At the same time, this is also the place where the boys and girls come to pray for good luck before each important exam.

Today, the Temple of Literature is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Hanoi. In addition, this is also a place to organize activities to honor the tradition of respecting teachers, demonstrating the studious spirit of students from all over the country.

  • Address: 58 Quoc Tu Giam Street, Van Mieu Ward, Dong Da District, Hanoi City.
  • Open: All days of the week, including weekends and holidays.

Hot season (from April 15 to October 15): 7:30 a.m – 17:30 p.m

Cold season (from October 16 to April 14): 8:00 a.m – 17:00 p.m

  • Ticket price:1.27 USD/time
  • Tel: 

(+84) 2438 452 917.

(+84) 2438 235 601

 2.9. Visiting Perfume Pagoda

The Perfume Pagoda is famous as one of the national scenic spots, attracting many domestic and foreign tourists in the northern region. Not only does Vietnam have fresh nature and attractive landscapes, but the Perfume Pagoda is also a leading spiritual tourist destination in Vietnam.

The Perfume Pagoda complex has four sightseeing routes one main route and three auxiliary routes. Each route has different stops to admire and visit, such as: Huong Tich main route, Route to visit Tuyet Son Line, Route to visit Long Van, Route to visit Thanh Son.

  • Address: Huong Son commune, My Duc district, Hanoi city.
  • Open: 5:00 a.m – 17:00 p.m
  • Ticket price:
Stt Service nameUnit price/paxDetailed explanation
1Scenic ticket3.4 USD/ticketFor the entire area of the scenic area of Perfume Pagoda
2Boat tickets

(Main Line)

2.1 USD/ticketMain Line

(Huong Tich Line)

3Boat ticket

(Sub route)

1.3 USD/ticketTemple route (Thanh Son, Long Van, Tuyet Son)

+ Elderly people over 60 years old are entitled to a 50% discount on sightseeing tickets.

+ Children under 5 years old are free, and people under 1.1 meters tall do not have to buy tickets.

+ Children over 1.1 meters tall must buy tickets like adults.

2.10. Visiting Vietnam Women’s Museum

The Vietnam Women’s Museum is one of the outstanding cultural tourist attractions of Hanoi, attracting domestic and foreign tourists. Currently, this museum in Hanoi is keeping valuable documents and content, scientifically displayed, about women’s stories from all over the country.

  • Address: 36 Ly Thuong Kiet Street, Hang Bai Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi City.
  • Open: 8:00 a.m – 17:00 p.m
  • Ticket price:

Adults: 1.7 USD/time.

Children/students: 0.42 USD/time.

Student/Member of Vietnam Women’s Union 0.84 USD/time.

2.11. Visit Skywalk Observation Deck – Lotte Center Hanoi

The Sky Walk Observation Deck at Lotte Center Hanoi offers a 360-degree panoramic view of Hanoi. From a height of 272 meters, Sky Walk will offer a panoramic view of the whole city lying at your feet, bringing a new and exciting experience.

  • Address: Floor 65 Lotte Center Hanoi, 54 Lieu Giai Street, Ngoc Khanh Ward, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi City
  • Tel: (+84) 2433 336 018
  • Ticket price:

Adults: 7.6 USD/ticket.

Children from 3 to 12 years old: 5.1 USD/ticket.

Children under 3 years old will be free of charge.

2.12. Taking in the views from Long Bien Bridge

Hanoi’s Long Bien Bridge is the first steel bridge across the Red River, connecting the two districts of Long Bien and Hoan Kiem. The bridge was built by the French in 1898 and inaugurated on February 28, 1902. Long Bien Bridge is the lifeblood bridge connecting the two banks of the Red River, but also with the army and people of the capital against two extremely fierce resistance wars against the French colonialists.

Long Bien Bridge is a place chosen by many young people to “roam”, take a few laps by motorbike, and breathe the peaceful atmosphere in the heart of the capital. As a place that many people come to check-in to celebrate Hanoi and the April lily season, the scene of the Red River is also poetic with the timeless beauty of the bridge. You can watch the sunrise and sunset on the bridge, which is an extremely attractive and romantic experience.

2.13. Walking around the Military History Museum

The Vietnam Military History Museum is one of six national museums and the first museum in the military museum system. The museum’s display system introduces thousands of artifacts, images, supporting scientific documents, documentaries, and sand tables reflecting Vietnam’s military history through thousands of years of national construction and defense.

Especially the experience that visitors should not miss is taking commemorative photos at the Hanoi flagpole and the 2nd floor area of the gallery, where visitors can see footage re-enacting the battle of Dien Bien Phu.

  • Address: 28A Dien Bien Phu Street, Dien Bien Ward, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi City.
  • Open:

08:00 a.m – 11:30 a.m ;

13:30 p.m – 16:30 p.m

Closed Mondays and Fridays.

  • Ticket price:
Tourists SightseeingTicket price
Adult0.84 USD/ticket
Tickets for children under 16 years old, students, students and the elderly0.42 USD/ticket
Children under 6 years oldFree
International travelers1.69 USD/ticket

2.14. Rowing Sup Boat to stroll West Lake

Boating is a fun and healthy recreational activity. Super boating is a hot activity, so it attracts a lot of people to play on weekends. In the vast space of West Lake, listening to the waves crashing under the side of the boat, feeling the cool wind, floating on the boat in the middle of the large lake, feeling all the troubles of life seem to disappear.

Soup rental service in West Lake is not too much; you can refer to some addresses below:

  • Paddle Station Café: 29 Nguyen Dinh Thi Street, Thuy Khe Ward, Tay Ho District, Hanoi City
  • Hanoi Kayak Club: 267 Trich Sai Street, Thuy Khe Ward, Tay Ho District, Hanoi City.
  • Price for rowing sup: 8.4 USD – 10.5 USD per rowing session.

2.15. Visiting Tran Quoc Pagoda

Tran Quoc Pagoda in Hanoi has a very long cultural history of nearly 1500 years; the oldest is in Thang Long, Hanoi. Traveling to Tran Quoc Pagoda, visitors will discover and learn about Hanoi’s cultural beauty.

The pagoda is located on the only island in the romantic West Lake. In the midst of a bustling capital like Hanoi, the pagoda has a fresh and quiet atmosphere. The landscape of the pagoda and the scenery of West Lake have changed, but somewhere, they still create a unique historical and spiritual landscape for this place.

  • Address: 46 Thanh Nien Street, Yen Phu Ward, Tay Ho District, Hanoi City
  • Ticket price: 0.2 USD/person/way.
  • Open: 8:00 a.m – 16:00 p.m

On the 1st and the full moon of every month, the temple is open from 6:00 a.m – 20:00 p.m.

Particularly on New Year’s Eve, the temple will be open all night.

2.16. Walking around Hanoi’s largest flower market, Quang Ba flower market

Quang Ba Flower Market is an attractive tourist destination not to be missed in Hanoi, the capital. With the shimmering scenery of countless blooming flowers, you will immediately have super-pretty check-in photos and buy yourself brilliant flower bouquets.

Quang Ba flower market will overwhelm you with a multitude of fresh flowers and the sweet scent of different flowers and make for a memorable experience, especially the colorful Hanoi night experience.

  • Address: 236 Au Co Street, Quang An Ward, Tay Ho District, Hanoi City.
  • Open: 23:00 p.m – 5:00 a.m

2.17. Taking a Hop on Hop off bus tour around Hanoi

Hop on Hop off is a tour that helps you see the streets of Hanoi in the slowest and most comfortable way. Hop On, Hop Off Hanoi City Tour has 13 stops, passing over 20 famous attractions, allowing visitors to explore and experience the city in their own way.

Visiting Hanoi for 4 hours: 13 USD/person.

Visiting Hanoi for 24 hours: 20 USD/person.

Sightseeing around Hanoi 1 hour: 7 USD/person.

2.18. Exploring the Vietnam National Museum of Fine Arts

Possessing impressive architecture, the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum is a favorite destination of many people when traveling to Hanoi. The museum displays a large number of valuable artifacts and works of art, has a long history, and includes an attractive educational space. The museum is home to impressive art exhibitions and events and has a creative space for children with multiple experiences.


  • Address: 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Dien Bien Ward, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi City.
  • Open: 8:00 a.m – 17:00 p.m
  • Ticket price:
ServiceAdultStudentChildren, students from 06 – 16 years oldNote 
Admission ticket1.7 USD/ticket0.8 USD/ticket0.4 USD/ticket
Tour guide6.3 USD/groupMaximum 25 people/group
Automatic Voiceover iMuseum VFA2.1 USD/ticket1.3 USD/ticketIntegrated Vietnamese, English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Japanese, Korean, Chinese
Experience the creative space2.1 USD/ticketFor children from 5-15 years old

2.19. Making Your Own Pottery at Bat Trang Ceramic Village

Bat Trang pottery village is located on the banks of the Red River in Gia Lam district, Hanoi. The village has a history dating back to the Le Dynasty and is the oldest and most famous pottery village in Vietnam.

The most interesting thing about traveling to Bat Trang pottery village is that you can directly see the artisans making delicate ceramic products. Or, if you want, you can also manually mold the products to your liking. Pottery making is one of the interesting experiences that many young tourists have when they have the opportunity to visit Bat Trang.

    • Address: 28 hamlet 5, Bat Trang street, Gia Lam district, Hanoi city.
    • Open: 8:00 a.m – 18:00 p.m
  • Ticket price: 

Adults: 3 USD/ 1 experience (over 1m30)

Children: 2.1 USD/ 1 experience (under 1m30)

2.20. Enjoying Hanoi cuisine

2.20.1. Bun Cha

Bun Cha is one of the most famous dishes in Northern Vietnam, especially in Hanoi. This dish consists of grilled pork belly and pork balls. It is served with a bowl of fish sauce mixed with garlic, chili, sugar, and lime juice. In addition, a few herbs and lettuce leaves are also regularly present in the bowl.

Suggest some places to eat bun cha during your trip to Hanoi:

– Sinh Tu:

  • Address: 316 Pho Vong, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi city.
  • Open: 6:30 a.m– 21:30 p.m
  • Reference price: 0.8 USD – 1.7 USD/piece

– Hang Quat:

  • Address: Alley 74, Hang Quat Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi City.
  • Open: 10:00 a.m – 14:00 p.m
  • Reference price: 1 USD – 1.7 USD/piece

2.20.2. Pho Bat Dan

Pho is a dish you should try at least once during your trip to Hanoi. Beef noodle soup is prepared the traditional way, including vermicelli, onions, and green onions in a bowl with beef broth for a long time. It also includes a bit of coriander and various types of beef.

In particular, Pho Bat Dan, with its simple, pure, and nostalgic restaurant, has become a destination for both the elderly and young people over the generations.

  • Address: 49 Bat Dan Street, Cua Dong Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi City.
  • Open:

6:00 a.m – 10:00 p.m

18:00 p.m – 20:30 p.m

  • Reference price: 1.7 USD – 2.1 USD/ bowl.

2.20.3. Noodles with bean paste with shrimp paste

This dish is called “bun dau mam shrimp” in Vietnamese. The vermicelli served in this dish is made into patties and usually cut into bite-sized rectangular pieces. As the name suggests, it also includes soft and crispy fried tofu.

The dipping sauce, also known as shrimp paste, is what gives vermicelli with shrimp paste its distinct flavor. It is made by combining salt and takes on a dark purple color once the fermentation is complete. Because it has a rather salty taste, people often add a little kumquat juice, sugar, and a little water.

Suggest some places to enjoy vermicelli with shrimp paste when traveling to Hanoi:

– Trung Huong

  • Address: 49 Alley Phat Loc, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi City
  • Tel: (+84) 2439260662
  • Open: 07:00 a.m – 21:00 p.m
  • Reference price: 0.8 USD – 2.1 USD/piece

– Ngo Gach:

  • Address: No. 4, Gach Lane, Hang Buom Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi City.
  • Open: 10:00 a.m – 22:00 p.m
  • Reference price: 2.1 USD – 4.6 USD/piece

2.20.4. Cha ca La Vong

Along with pho, La Vong fish cake is another famous dish that shows the sophistication and complexity of Hanoi cuisine. With vermicelli, roasted beans, and a dipping sauce consisting of artfully grilled fish mixed with fried onions and dill. It boasts the ideal balance of sweet, salty, and sour flavors.

Suggest some places to enjoy fish cakes in Hanoi:

– Ha Thanh: 

  • Address: 20 Nguyen Van Huyen, Quan Hoa ward, Cau Giay district, Hanoi city.
  • Open: 10:00 a.m – 21:30 p.m
  • Reference price: 7.6 USD –  10.5 USD/piece

– Vong Ngu:

  • Address: 29 Nguyen Chi Thanh Street, Ngoc Khanh Ward, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi City.
  • Open: 10:30 a.m – 14:00 p.m và 16:30 a.m – 21:00 p.m
  • Reference price: 4.2 USD –  5.5 USD/piece

2.20.5. Trang Tien ice cream

Although many new ice cream brands at home and abroad were born in Hanoi, many people still ignore Trang Tien because of its unique, natural, and cool taste. The secret to making this dish popular with many people is the traditional way of making it without using preservatives.

2.20.6. Try egg coffee at Giang Café

Cafe Giang is one of the first egg cafes to appear in Hanoi, attracting a large number of guests thanks to its delicious taste. The shop’s egg coffee has two types: hot egg coffee and iced egg coffee. Giang Coffee Hanoi is not only a place to serve the best egg coffee but also a place to keep a simple and beautiful Hanoi amidst the hustle and bustle.

  • Address: Lane 39 Nguyen Huu Huan Street, Ly Thai To Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi City.
  • Open: 07:00 a.m – 22:30 p.m
  • Price: from 0.63 USD – 1.4 USD/cup

3. Conclusion

With a charming beauty mixed between ancient and modern, Hanoi has become a favorite tourist destination that you should visit once in your Vietnam travel itinerary. Hopefully, with the information about the great kites to do in Hanoi provided by Metta Voyage, you will have an interesting trip!

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