Hà Nội mùa thu, the most romantic time of the year

Hà Nội mùa thu evokes a stirring sensation with its streets adorned in golden leaves, accompanied by the cool air and a hint of drizzle. As autumn arrives, Hanoi dons new attire, even more romantic and dreamy, yet equally gentle. Hà Nội mùa thu gently unfolds, radiating romance and becoming a wellspring of inspiration for […]

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Savor the sweet taste of autumn with Bánh cốm Hà Nội

Bánh Cốm Hà Nội is a unique and indispensable specialty when mentioning the capital’s cuisine. Banh com – an elegant gift of autumn, impresses diners with its rustic simplicity and the subtle flavor of the pure countryside permeated in each piece of cake. Every time we travel to Hanoi, everyone brings back a few bags […]

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Indulge in the authentic flavors of traditional Phở Hà Nội at the city’s 16 most renowned and prestigious addresses.

Phở Hà Nội epitomizes the essence of Vietnamese cuisine. Let’s delve into the 16 authentic locations in Hanoi where you can savor this iconic dish at its finest. You simply must try the fragrant and enticing Pho Hanoi. This iconic dish leaves a lasting impression on Vietnam’s culinary map and has been praised by numerous […]

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Explore the oldest train station in Hanoi – Ga Hà Nội

Next to Long Bien Bridge, Ga Hà Nội is a witness to the city’s rich historical journey. Deeply imprinted in the memories of Hanoi people, this station contains sacred impressions and many memorable memories. Over time, it has developed into one of Hanoi’s most attractive tourist attractions, beckoning visitors to explore the heart of the […]

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Hanoi Culture

Talking about Hanoi’s culture, there must be a long time to complete the story. The initial Hanoi’s famous cultural thing is a series of traditional handicraft villages, such as Bat Trang ceramic and pottery village, Hang Bac silver-making street, Ngu Xa bronze-making, Phu Do noodle-making, Yen Phu incense, and Ngoc Ha flower, and Dong Ho […]

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Museum & History

Before being named “Hanoi” as present, the capital had had several names throughout history. In 1010, Ly Thai To, the first ruler of the Ly Dynasty, moved the capital of Đại Việt to the site of the Đại La Citadel. Claiming to have seen a dragon ascending the Red River, he renamed it Thăng Long […]

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