The fabulous nature wonder in the northeastern region of Vietnam is considered as “the Inland Halong Bay” or the “Little Great Wall of Vietnam”.
For nearly 20 years, a man has looked after the only ancient gate of Hanoi, like his second house.
The International Living Magazine has recently unveiled ‘The World’s Best Places to Retire in 2021’, which ranked Vietnam in tenth place. Here are the reasons why.
House D67 is an interesting historical relic to visit in Thang Long Imperial Citadel.
With a large architectural complex in an open space, Lang Pagoda, one of the most popular pagodas in Hanoi, was considered the most beautiful pagoda in the midst of exuberant greenery in the west of ancient Thang Long Imperial City.
Street carrying poles have been one of the typical images of Hanoi, embellishing its beauty.
Small actions such as turning off electrical appliances when not in use, saving water, planting a row of trees will protect the environment.
Central Vietnam ranked the third position among top seven travel destinations that the U.S press recommends travelers to pay visits after the Covid-19 pandemic.
The city is offering free Wi-Fi access at 25 tourist spots with the support of private businesses.
A website called “Hanoi Tourist e-Information” will be set up to help connecting travelers with tourism policy makers and tour-operators as well as receiving feedback from visitors to the city.