Top Things On Your Hanoi Bucket List
Greetings = Xin chào. Vietnam will excite all of your senses and draw you in from all directions with its interesting history, beautiful scenery, delicious food, and energetic energy.
The country's capital city has it all: picturesque Old Town streets, roadside drinking, little lanes teeming with food booths, and monuments commemorating Vietnam's past. Hanoi has developed into a popular tourist destination throughout the years. Here are a few of the top places to check out when you visit! hãy bắt đầu aka (Let.'s begin)
Lake Hoàn Kim
When visiting Hanoi, a visit to Hoan Kiem Lake in the city centre is a must. In the early morning hours, runners assemble along the lake's green banks, men and women walk gently through tai chi routines, and friends assemble in circles for hacky-sack games. The scene is similar in the nights. Couples join the gathering on seats along the water's edge, snacking on green mango and sipping tea. You will always find amazing picturesque moments and things to do.
Water Puppet Theatre Thang Long
Visit the well-known Water Puppet Show. Having originally began when the rice paddy fields flooded in the past, the farmers would make the most of a bad situation, and they would stand in the water, attach puppets to fishing lines, and have them act on the surface of the water. Nowadays, it's all about social media feeds and online slots.
So, go back in time to the 11th century. The practice of water puppet shows dates back to when rice paddy fields were inundated, and people entertained themselves by standing in waist-deep water with puppets performing above the water.
Stilt House of Ho Chi Minh
This traditional stilt house was where Ho Chi Minh stayed from 1958 to 1969. The Beaux-Arts Presidential Palace, erected in 1906 for the Governor-General of Indochina, may be seen from here. This has been released to the public and is being used for company functions. Visitors are free to wander the grounds as long as they keep on the paths.
Explore Hanoi's Themed Shopping Streets
They are known as "the 36 Streets of Hanoi" in Hanoi, Vietnam's capital. In the Old Quarter, there are several old passageways with busy activity. Also found on the streets are Herbal Medicine Street, Dried Fish Street, Bamboo Street, and Silk Street. Buy items on all the streets you walk since no two streets are alike. These streets date back a thousand years.
Locate a Rooftop Bar
A rooftop bar is a wonderful site to see the capital of Vietnam. Traffic-clogged Hanoi is intimidating for even those used to the city's rapid pace.
There are many different ways to experience Hanoi's beautiful nightscape, from above or on the ground. The climax of your Asian experience.