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15 Hanoi Tourist Places

The question “What is there to play in Hanoi” will no longer cause #teamKlook headaches. Here is a list of classic Hanoi tourist attractions – you must check-in when visiting the capital city. Let’s discover together now and forever.
Which characteristic of it left the deepest impression on you? Is it a load of street vendors full of chrysanthemums on Phan Dinh Phung Street on an early winter afternoon, the passionate milk flower scent that makes people “half-loving and half-hating” or the bustling scene by the shore?

  • Possessing a multi-faceted beauty, a harmony between modern and traditional – has never made visitors feel bored. After every journey in the capital, whether it’s the first time traveling or being “acquainted” with every corner, #teamKlook has gathered a variety of experiences for entertainment, entertainment, exploring nature, culture, history, cuisine…; Each memory is unique and unforgettable. If you still don’t know where to start to explore Hanoi, let’s tell you the “standard without adjustment” tourist destinations in Hanoi.
  1. Temple of Literature – Quoc Tu Giam
    Address: 58, Quoc Tu Giam, Temple of Literature, Dong Da, Hanoi
    Temple of Literature – Quoc Tu Giam is the first university relic complex in Vietnam, including the Temple of Literature – Quoc Tu Giam, Van lake and Giam garden. Built during the reign of King Ly Thanh Tong (about 1070), the Temple of Literature is a place to worship Chu Cong, Confucius and Tu Phoi. Quoc Tu Giam – the first university in Vietnam – was further established by King Ly Nhan Tong in 1076. Located in the south of Thang Long Imperial Citadel, Temple of Literature – Quoc Tu Giam is a frequent destination of students, Ha Thanh students, in order to pray for good luck on the way to the exam. If you want to learn about a thousand-year-old Dai Viet culture and typical architecture of the early Nguyen Dynasty, you definitely must not “miss an appointment” with this tourist destination in Hanoi.
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  2. Khue Van Cac
    Located in Quoc Tu Giam, Khue Van Cac was built in 1805, by the Governor Nguyen Van Thanh of the Nguyen Dynasty at the time. This is a square floor with eight roofs, nearly nine meters high, including four lower and four upper roofs. Van Khue Gac – which means “beauty of Sao Khue” – is built on a high square floor paved with Bat Trang bricks, possessing a very harmonious and unique architecture. The lower floor is 4 square brick pillars, the cylinder surface is carved with sharp patterns. The upper floor is painted gilded wood. The roof part (roof corner and roof edge) is made of high-strength sand-lime or terracotta material.
    In the past, Khue Van Cac was a meeting place to comment on the good essays of the students who passed the exam. Although the attic is small, it has a harmonious appearance, located next to the clear Thien Quang well and green old trees.
  3. Hanoi Cathedral
    Address: 40 Nha Chung, Hang Trong, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
    Opening hours: 08:00–11:00, 14:00–17:00, Monday to Saturday | 07:00–10:30, 15:00–21:00, Sunday.
    Ever since, Hanoi Cathedral has become a familiar “virtual living” place of #teamKlook when traveling to the capital. Located between the intersection of Nha Tho Street, Nha Chung Street and Ly Quoc Su Street, Hanoi Cathedral is distinguished by its classic Gothic architecture mixed with romantic Indochina style. Few people know that this is the oldest Catholic church and the first Western architecture in Hanoi. Thanks to its convenient location, next to many dining and entertainment places, Hanoi Cathedral attracts a large number of tourists and locals to visit every day. You can come here to take pictures, check-in, then enjoy snacks and enjoy the famous cup of “church lemon tea”.
  4. Hanoi Opera House
    Address: 01 Trang Tien, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
    Reference ticket price: from 120,000 VND to 400,000 VND
    Hanoi Opera House was built by the French according to the original model, Opéra Garnier Theater in Paris, but on a smaller scale. With an “age” of more than 100 years (from 1911 to present), Hanoi Opera House has become the “representative face” of the city’s beauty. Visitors can combine visiting the architecture of the Hanoi Opera House and watching unique art performances. Around the square, the Opera House gathers many unique places to eat, visit, play and entertain. Well worth a visit by #teamKlook.
    See more details about it in the article below!
  5. Vietnam Museum of Ethnology
    Address: D. Nguyen Van Huyen, Quan Hoa, Cau Giay, Hanoi
    Opening hours: 08:30–17:30, Tuesday – Sunday | Monday off
    Vietnam Museum of Ethnology – established in 1981 in Hanoi – is described as a vivid picture of the culture and history of 54 ethnic groups in Vietnam. With a total area of ​​3.27 hectares, this structure is the “brainchild” of French architect Veronique Dollfus (specializing in interiors) and architect Ha Duc Linh. There are three main areas at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology: the outdoor exhibition area, the Drum Dong building and the Southeast Asia exhibition area. Coming here, visitors can see hundreds and thousands of years old artifacts such as weapons, costumes, musical instruments, costumes, … as well as know more interesting information about the spiritual life of Vietnam. ancient Vietnamese – from there

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