An afternoon is easily spent at Ho Tay, especially if you include a cruise with a tourist boat. Ho Tay is hanoi‘s biggest lake. According to a legend, it was created when a Chinese buffalo mistook the...

Boi Khe is considered one of the most beautiful temples in Vietnam, located in Tam Hung commune, Thanh Oai District, Hanoi. The temple is named Dai Boi Tu (ie, temple with the very large stele), but it...

Within the vicinity of Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum, the One Pillar Pagoda attracts a steady stream of tourists and devotees alike. Unlike the grand mausoleum, the pagoda is petite and looks delicate –...

Hanoi is one of South East Asia’s most mysterious and culturally rich cities. With over 1000 years of history, exploring Hanoi in the open air by motorbike is one of the best ways. Top 10 things to...

This is a fantastic museum which is totally unexpected. You expect to see lots of photographs or memorabilia of Ho Chi Minh but it is not like that.(viet nam) Two floors in total. The first floor showing...

Hanoi Cathedral also known as Saint Joseph’s Cathedral is the oldest church in Hanoi. The cathedral is famous not only for its architecture but also its historical meaning. Hanoi Cathedral’s overview Photo:...

It’s a macabre experience, but most visitors foreign seem to find strangely moving, perhaps due to the undisguised reverence of the viet nam people present. In the centre of Hanoi, a large area is...

The humble snail has pride of place in Vietnamese cuisine, especially in Hanoi. A kind of snail living in ponds and lakes that grows to the size of a golf ball is used to make a uniquely delicious dish...

Long Bien Bridge was built in 1903 by the architects of Daydé & Pillé, a French company. Before Vietnam’s independence in 1954, it was called Doumer Bridge, named after Paul Doumer – The Governor-General...

I very like this place! Ho Tay Lake Water Park is a famous hanoi Amusement Park. West lake park – a complex of modern and attractive entertainment is at the northwest of the lake (116 Lac Long Quan...