This is best place Hanoi in vietnam

This is best place Hanoi in vietnam

Vietnam is a culturally diverse country. Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is a city rich in various traditions. Vietnamese love to preserve history and culture. This is evident from the sightings of museums and temples throughout Hanoi. It is a very popular place for tourists to visit.

Places of interest in Hanoi
Hoa Lo Prism Museum: Symbolically depicts the various aspects of the suffering and misery of the Vietnamese revolutionaries under French rule in the 20th century and their desperate pleas for liberation. The tourists are only given a glimpse of how much the Vietnamese revolutionaries have been tortured inside the prison.

Vietnam Women’s Museum: This wonderful modern museum highlights the role of women in Vietnamese society and various aspects of culture. Memories of the heroic glory of women during the war are given special importance here. There are some weird beautiful posters that will definitely catch the eye of tourists. Also, if one is bored to see the informative exhibitions, then it is definitely worthwhile to see the costumes, tribal baskets, fabric motifs of the Vietnamese minority groups displayed here. The museum is open from 8am to 5pm, ticket 30 Vietnamese Dong.

Vietnam Museum of Ethnology: Vietnamese Museum of Ethnology, a collection of various items from the tribal art, artifacts, and traditional daily necessities of rural Vietnam. The museum is said to be the custodian of the cultural diversity of different nations or ethnic groups. Anyone interested in anthropology should visit this museum at least once. Located about 6 km from the city center, the museum will cost around 200,000 dong (Bangladeshi 729.44 rupees) to visit. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 8.30 am to 5.30 am.

Temple of Literature: Built in 1960, it was considered one of the best scholars in Vietnam. The architecture of the pagodas and altars here is particularly noteworthy. At one time only members of the royal family had the opportunity to be admitted here. At present, this university is just one example of ancient architecture. Due to the architecture of the whole building as well as the beautiful environment, many outside tourists like to go for a walk.

West Lake: The largest lake in the city, also known as Ho Tay. This lake surrounds the town of Tai Ho. There are various food restaurants on the south side and roadside restaurants, cafes, cotton shops and a number of luxury hotels on the east side. Everyone loves to eat at the restaurants near the lake, and the lake is beautiful and pleasant. Many people come here to spend time away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Many people also like to ride bicycles along the road beside the lake.

Hoan Kiem Lake: It is said that in the middle of the 15th century, a magical sword sent from heaven to Emperor Li Thai snatched a giant tortoise after a battle and then disappeared into the lake with the sword to send it back to the real owner of the sword in heaven. Goes. That is why the lake is named Ho Huan Kim, which means Lake of the Recovered Sword. Whether it is a myth or a fact, many tourists come here to see this lake.

Lotte Observation Deck: Located west of downtown Hanoi, the 65th floor of this building offers the most beautiful view of the city. This high tower has hotels, dining restaurants, rooftop bars as well as department stores on the lower floor. You can visit this tower at any time from 9 am to 10 pm.

Long Bien Bridge: This bridge, reminiscent of the American war, has been bombed numerous times, but has been quickly repaired. The famous architect Gustave Eiffel is the designer of this bridge. The beauty of this bridge at night is like captivating.

One Pillar Pagoda: This pagoda is a symbol of holiness for Buddhists. There is a folklore behind this pagoda built on a pillar. Due to the destruction of the French, a wooden pagoda has now been erected in its place. It is said that the Buddha got his power by sitting under the tree behind this pagoda.

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: Tomb of Ho Chi Minh, the Vietnamese revolutionary leader. Ho Chi Minh’s remains are preserved here, always guarded by the military. The tomb is surrounded by a combination of different types of trees and the exterior of the tomb is made of gray granite stone and the inside is black, gray red smooth stone. Many people come here to pay their respects to this revolutionary leader.

Fine Arts Museum: There are exhibitions of various arts by local Vietnamese artists. Visiting here will be an opportunity to learn about the culture and history of Vietnam.

You can also visit the Ngoc Son Pagoda, the Mosaic Wall, the Tran Quoc Pagoda, the Old Quarters, the Bach Ma Temple, the Heritage House, the National Museum of History.

How to get there
There is no direct flight from Dhaka to Hanoi. From Dhaka via Singapore or Bangkok in Thailand or Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia then you have to go to Hanoi. Hanoi is served by Thai Lion Airlines, Thai Airlines, Malindo Airlines, Chinese Southern or Malaysian Airlines. It takes different time to go to different airlines. However, it can be reached in 8 to 10 hours. It takes the longest time on Malaysian Airlines, about 23 hours.

Travel expenses
It will cost Rs 22,000-30,000 per person to travel from Dhaka to Hanoi by Thai Lion or Malando Air. And you can stay for 2 nights and 3 days between 60,000-70,000 rupees including going and coming and staying and eating. The fare will be comparatively less if the plane ticket is booked earlier.

Where to stay
There are several good hotels to stay in the Old Quarter. For example, in Greenhouse, The Hanoin Hotel, Somerset Grand Hanoi, Hanoi Cablis hotels, you will get two rooms between 1500-2500. However, tourists prefer to stay in hostels at low cost, such as Hanoi Old Quarters Backpackers Hostel, The Fast Hostel, Mew Hostel, Hanoi Eco Green Hostel, Daisy Hostel, Hanoi Cozy Hostel.

What and where to eat
There are several good food restaurants in the Old Quarter. Here you will find good food for 100-150 rupees. Meals include Gui Chuan (a type of spring roll), egg nog latte, fried banana, caramel pudding and dessert soup. And “biya hai” is especially significant for drinking.

Some tips

  • It is best to visit Hwan Kim Lake from Friday to Sunday because the traffic is closed from 6pm to midnight on these days and so a fair atmosphere is created all around.
  • If you rent a hotel in the Old Quarter, you will be able to visit many places within walking distance.
  • If you have time, watching a show at the Opera House will be a different experience.
    The water puppet show here is a special attraction for tourists.
  • Here you can shop at Dong Juan Market. Here you can buy local things at low prices.

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