Hanoi Children’s Palace: A World-Class Facility for Hanoi’s Youth

The Hanoi Children’s Palace is a highly anticipated project, located in the heart of the Cau Giay-Nam Tu Liem new urban area. Spanning almost 40,000 square meters, this impressive complex is nearing completion and is set to officially open its doors soon.

Children and teenagers across Hanoi have eagerly awaited the opening of this palace, which promises a range of exciting features and activities.

The Hanoi Children’s Palace, which began construction in November 2021, is pictured above. Photo: Danh Khang / Tuoi Tre

“The 10-lane swimming pool is definitely the palace’s most impressive feature,” said 16-year-old Quang Khai from Nam Tu Liem District, who has been eagerly awaiting the palace’s opening since its construction began in 2021. “I can’t wait to go there and take a swim.”

Thao Nguyen, a 25-year-old resident of Dong Da District, is particularly excited about the palace’s 18-story observatory. “The palace is surrounded by few high-rise buildings, so the view of the city will be unobstructed,” she said. “It will be a great place to admire Hanoi from above, especially at night, when I can take my children to watch the stars.”

Both Khai and Nguyen agree that the Hanoi Children’s Palace will be a fantastic addition to the city, offering entertainment, sports facilities, and study spaces for Hanoians of all ages.

Hanoi Children’s Palace consists of two areas: Area A includes an 800-seat theater, a 200-seat cinema, and an art club, while Area B features office spaces, a sports hall, study rooms, an observatory, a swimming pool, and a library. Photo: Danh Khang / Tuoi Tre
Area A and Area B of the palace are conveniently connected by a bridge. Photo: Danh Khang / Tuoi Tre

As of now, 73.7% of the capital for the Hanoi Children’s Palace project has been disbursed, according to a recent report from the Hanoi statistics office. With a price tag of over VND1.3 trillion (US$51 million), the palace is an impressive investment in the city’s youth.

The Hanoi Children’s Palace is a significant investment in the city’s youth, with a cost of over VND1.3 trillion (US$51 million). Photo: Danh Khang / Tuoi Tre
The palace’s observatory, standing at 18 stories tall, is the tallest building in the complex. Photo: Danh Khang / Tuoi Tre
Area A of the Hanoi Children’s Palace, pictured above, offers a range of cultural and educational facilities. Photo: Danh Khang / Tuoi Tre
The palace features outdoor entertainment areas, providing a fun and engaging space for children and teenagers. Photo: Dang Khang / Tuoi Tre
The project is nearing completion, with green spaces, streetlights, and chairs already in place. Photo: Danh Khang / Tuoi Tre
The palace is equipped with a state-of-the-art firefighting and prevention system, ensuring the safety of its young visitors. Photo: Danh Khang / Tuoi Tre
A sculpted relief adds a touch of artistry to the palace, depicting children celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival. Photo: Danh Khang / Tuoi Tre
The 10-lane swimming pool, pictured above, is one of the palace’s most anticipated features. Photo: Danh Khang / Tuoi Tre
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