A thriving, bustling, historic city, Hanoi is a jewel of Vietnam. ROCS travellers will find a wealth of things to do in the Vietnamese capital. From visiting UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long to attending a performance of water puppets, a unique Vietnamese tradition. Walking around streets packed with scooters and street food, travellers will discover layers of history; from the marks of the recent Vietnam War, to French colonial architecture and Chinese pagodas. Hanoi is a city that is eager to open up to the world and show visitors what it has to offer. In the Old Quarter of Hanoi, past farmers hawking their produce and locals play chess and practice t’ai chi, you can find the best bowl of noodles in South East Asia. At the heart of Hanoi is a tranquil oasis of nature: Hoan Kiem Lake. At its centre is an atmospheric 18th century Buddhist temple sitting on a small island.
THINGS TO DO:
— Shop in the night-time market of Hanoi.
— Visit the splendid Temple of Literature.
— Eat, eat and eat; try Vietnamese pho, bun nem and banh mi. Hanoi is renowned for its street food scene.
— Take a day trip out of the city and visit Ha Long Bay, an iconic UNESCO World Heritage Site. One of Vietnam’s most popular destinations.
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