The timeless treasure of Hanoi

The timeless nature of Hanoi comes from its old quarter in the downtown, holding some of Vietnam’s most iconic landmarks. Narrow streets, traditional architecture, old temples and pagodas… the capital of Vietnam has a lot to offer in terms of rich culture and diversity. It is also the heart of Vietnamese cuisine, with thousands of food stalls offering delicious treats sure to delight even the most difficult of people!


What to do in Hanoi?

Hanoi is a fascinating city with plenty of activities for all types of travellers. From exploring the Old Quarter to taking a cooking class, there’s something for everyone in Hanoi.

  • Go temple hopping at Ngoc Son Temple near Hoan Kiem lake in the heart of the city.
  • Watch a traditional water puppet show at Thang Long Water Pupper Theatre.
  • Delve into the past at the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long.
  • Shop at Dong Xuan market for local handicrafts.
  • Take a cooking class to learn how to cook authentic dishes such as Pho and Banh Mi.
Your Journey


How to get to Hanoi?

Hanoi hosts an airport that has major links across the world. Located in the northern part of the country, most, if not all, airports across the country lead to this city.

How long should you stay in Hanoi?

Three days or more is generally the recommended length to stay here as the city has so much to offer when it comes to entertainment and culture.

Where to stay in Hanoi?

Staying in one of the central quarters, such as the Old Quarter or French Quarter, will be the right spot for all your needs as it boasts colourful streets, charming alleys and amazing food.

When to go to Hanoi?

It is customary to visit Hanoi during dry season (from September to November, and February to April) if you want a more mild weather.

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