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Located in the heart of northern Vietnam, Hanoi lies on the banks of the Red River and is protected by a historic dyke system formed in the 9th century. The capital of Vietnam since 1010AD, the city is known for its centuries-old architecture and rich culture with Chinese and French influences. Once referred to as “Paris of the Orient”, Hanoi is truly full of charm with green tree-lined boulevards, colonial-era buildings and scenic lakes.


A sightseeing tour in this lovely city takes in vestiges of its past, and appreciates the hustle of the modern-day Hanoi. Explore the living of its people in the Old Quarter, experience the fresh taste of this foodie destination by sampling some of the best local food, and learn about the history of the city by visiting its famous temples and colonial buildings are just a few of many that Hanoi has to offer.

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Hanoi City Tour

Hanoi, Vietnam’s capital, is located in the central of northern Vietnam. The famous Red River runs through the city, which gave it the name “Hanoi” - meaning the city inside the river. With the population of over 8 million people, Hanoi is the second largest city of

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Home Based Water Puppet

We believe that the best way to enhance your travel experience in Hanoi is to engage with local experts in the history, culture, fine arts, and cuisine. To bring you a good moment with an expert in water puppet, I would like to introduce artist Phan Thanh Liem to you.

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Meet with Musician Pham Chi Khanh

I believe that the best way to enhance your travel experience in Hanoi is to engage with local experts in the history, culture, fine arts, cuisine. To bring you a great moment with a local expert in music, I would like to introduce musician Pham Chi Khanh to you.

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Bat Trang Ceramic Village

Bat Trang Ceramic Village could be half day trip from your hotel in Hanoi, but in this article I'm writing about how we got a great full day trip to this ceramic village. The trip features a leisure visit to the suburb of central Hanoi, aiming to offer Hanoi visitors an

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Visit Duong Lam Ancient Village

Duong Lam Ancient Village is an old village in the northwest of Hanoi, about 1.5-hour drive from the city center, famous for well-preserved old houses, and characteristics of a village in northern Vietnam in the 17th century.

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Hanoi Street Food Tour

Discover why Vietnamese food is often dubbed the heathiest food in the world. Eat your way through Hanoi’s most savory neighborhoods as your knowledgeable foodie guide unveil true stories behind local eateries and their famous recipes.

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