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Ha Noi

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Hanoi, the capital city of Viet Nam, has been attracting domestic and foreign tourists for its thousand-year-old history, rich cultural traditions and friendly people. For several consecutive years, Hanoi has been voted by readers of the prestigious US Travel & Leisure Magazine as one of the ten most attractive cities in Asia. Established in 1010 by King Ly Cong Uan, Hanoi has the greatest number of listed historical sites in the country, with two sites per sq.km on average. Many of them are closely connected with the process of founding and safeguarding the country, such as the Co Loa Citadel, the Soc Son historical site, Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature) - Viet Nam's first university which was built in 1070, and the house on stilts where President Ho Chi Minh, who was recognised as a world cultural celebrity by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in 1990, lived and worked during the last years of his life. Numerous museums, including the Viet Nam Museum of History, the Viet Nam Revolutionary Museum, the Viet Nam Military Museum and the Viet Nam Museum of Ethnology, offer insights into the nation's history from its founding days throughout various wars of resistance against foreign aggressors. The old quarter of Hanoi, with ancient houses and busy streets, is particularly appealing to foreign visitors, as here they can see the pulse of a thriving city. The city also charms visitors with streets lined with old villas built during the period of French domination in the late 19th century. The best time to visit Hanoi is possibly October when autumn comes, bringing warm sunlight, a gentle breeze and the streets at night are bathed in the sweet smell of various flowers.

Favourite Destination In HaNoi

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Hoan Kiem Lake

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HaNoi Old Quarter

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Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

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The Temple of Literature