Hanoi City Tour

Ho Chi Minh Complex, which includes Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, the final resting place of the beloved national hero, Uncle Ho, and President Ho Chi Minh’s stilt house where he lived off and on from 1958 to 1969.

The One Pillar Pagoda, which is actually a group of structures that collectively make up a pagoda built over the water in the middle of a square lake.

Exploring the Tran Quoc Pagoda on the shore of West Lake.

The Temple of Literature, which was Viet nam’s first university and is dedicated to Confucius (established in 1070).

Rubbing the Double Lucky Tall Crane & Holy Tortoise simultaneously for Abundance.

Hoan Kiem Lake – the heart and soul of Hanoi.

Museum of Ethnology.
This superb museum showcases the depth of Vietnamese cultural diversity with an astounding collection of 15,000 artifacts gathered from throughout Vietnam. The displays portray a typical village market, the making of comical hats and a Tay shamanic ceremony; the videos show the real thing. You can also check out a traditional Black Thai house, reconstructed in the museum. There’s also a center for research and conservation where scientists from all over the world study traditional Vietnamese cultures.

The Inner Entrance of Temple of Literature is featured in the 50,000 Vietnamese Dong Banknote.

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