Hanoi Tourist Places

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Lake of the Restored Sword, Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural, Tháp RùaTower, Bat Trang Ceramic Village, 54 Traditions, Hoa Fashion, Bambou Silk, Quan Su Temple, Temple of Literature and many more.

There are a bundle of places to visit in Hanoi if you are looking for a relaxing respite from the enervating city crowds. Vietnam’s cultural capital is filled with places like the West Lake also called Tay Ho, which is the largest lake of Hanoi and has a shoreline stretching 15 kilometers. The exceedingly pretty Tay Ho Pagoda in the vicinity of the lake is the oldest-still-standing place of worship in Vietnam.

Most of the attractions are located close to each other like the ancient Nghi Tam village also lies very close to the West Lake and is called the flower village. Every year tourists in large numbers come here during the spring time to revel in the beauty of the fresh blossoms. One of the renowned Hanoi tourist places includes the Water Puppet Theater that lets you sample traditional Vietnamese entertainment and artistry through the water puppet shows.

When in Hanoi you must visit the Hoa Lao Prison that contains the guillotine, courtyard, solitary cells, and the communal jail cells used by the French, laid out for display. Thus, do not wait any further because Hanoi is waiting to blow your mind with some unique, romantic and ancient beauties that have a fusion of foregone French styles and classic Vietnamese culture.

Here are some of the best places to visit in Hanoi:

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What is Vietnam without some culture and history? The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is one of the imposing places to go in Hanoi. This monumental marble edifice takes you through the life history of the founding father of Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh fondly nicknamed as Uncle Ho, desired a simple cremation but contrary to his wishes, the Vietnemese people constructed this mausoleum out of admiration for him.  They erected this architectural wonder after gathering materials from all across Vietnam. Set in the building’s deep bowels you will find the pale and frail body of Uncle Ho, laid to rest, inside a glass sarcophagus. 

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Located in Hanoi’s historical center the Hồ Hoàn Kiếm Lake or the Lake of the Restored Sword is one of the scenic places to visit in Hanoi. This lake offers a tranquil escape from the city’s maddening crowds and hectic pace.  Legend has it that when Lê Lợi won the battle against the Ming Chinese, he became the king.

While boating, he met a giant tortoise at the lake’s center that said that now that peace was restored in the nation the sword with which he won must be returned to the God of Waters. After surrender the sword was returned but the water surface remained radiant. Since then this lake was called the Restored Sword. You must circle the lake to have a look at the historical monuments and temples that surround the lake.

Location: Hanoi

Timings: 12 AM – 12 PM

Highlights: Hundreds of people visit this green water lake to enjoy the beautiful sight and to spot the soft shell turtles that swim here.
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One of the most iconic places to visit in Hanoi is the Tháp RùaTower that built for commemorating Lê Lợi. Lê Lợi created an insurgent army and help Vietnam gain freedom from the Ming Chinese in 1400s. It was built in the 19th century on a tiny island in the lake of Hồ Hoàn Kiếm. People lovingly call this island the “Turtle Islet”. Public cannot access this attraction but view it from a distance while walking around the lake. 

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One of the most interesting places to visit in Hanoi the Bat Trang Ceramic Village belongs to Hani’s Gia Lam district. A location of the banks of the rivers Pho Hien and Thang Long, the traditional pottery and porcelain village has a history of seven centuries. The 14th century village has an area that is rich in clay hence the village potters have an advantage of ingredients required to create fine ceramics.

Right from colorful bracelets, to teacups, kettles, bottles, bowls, plates, flowerpots, jar, vases, and wind chimes there are many exclusive items that are made here and exported. You can spend an entire day here indulging in the pottery-making experience or join a buffalo tour for shopping and sightseeing.

Location: Bát Tràng, Gia Lâm, Hanoi, Vietnam

Timings: 8 AM – 5: 30 PM

Highlights: The Bat Trang Ceramic Village has unparalleled scenic beauty and lovely ambiance that is extremely mesmerizing.
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Explore the amazing architecture by visiting the Quan Su Temple. Nowadays this temple is Hanoi’s official Buddhism center. The stately pagoda served various ambassadors who called on the Le dynasty’s emperors. During the 15th century a hall was built to receive guests and then this pagoda was erected so that they could worship without any worries.

This magnificent temple today stands in customary hues of yellow and houses an orange tree in its premise. The Quan Su Pagoda is one of the popular places to visit in Hanoi that you cannot miss.

Location: 73 Quán Sứ, Trần Hưng Đạo, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam

Timings: 6 AM – 7 PM

Highlights: This religious Buddhist Pagoda houses Vietnam’s Central Buddhism Association Command.
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Founded in the year 1070 by Emperor Le Thanh Tong, Temple of Literature was built as a university devoted to Confucius- a chinese philosopher. Later in 1076, it transformed into a prestigious academic school. Being the first national University of Vietnam, today the Temple of Literature honors the finest scholars of Vietnam.

It is one of the classic Hanoi places to visit today as it has been recast as a place of study rather than a devout landmark. The gardens, ponds, halls and five courtyards serve as picturesque backdrops during student graduation. Originally, those born out of noble families were exclusively granted admission here but post 1442 the Temple of Literature became egalitarian.

Location: 58 Quốc Tử Giám, Văn Miếu, Đống Đa, Hà Nội 100000, Vietnam

Timings: 8:00 AM – 4: 30 PM

Highlights: On Vietnam’s official banknote you will find the Temple of Literature printed. This temple’s layout bears resemblance to Confucius’s birthplace.
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Erected in the 6th century, the Chua Tran Quoc is one of the incredible Hanoi places to visit. This pagoda is notably the oldest and has been here around for 1500 years now. On the grounds here you will spot a Bodhi tree under which it is believed that Buddha searched for enlightenment. You can visit here anytime to offer your tranquil prayers.

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If you are a history buff then one of the most stunning Hanoi places to visit is the Museum of Vietnamese History. This museum is the city’s focal point as it is set amidst the Botanical garden and houses some very fascinating exhibits.

The museum gives you a good understanding of how the Vietnamese society underwent evolution. There are artifacts from the Bronze Age as well as from the modern day. Some of the masterpieces that will boggle your mind are the ones from the Champa Kingdom and a phenomenal sculpture of Lord Shiva with a moustache.

Location: 2 Nguyễn Bỉnh Khiêm, Bến Nghé, Quận 1, Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam

Timings: 8: 00 AM- 11:30 AM, 1: 30 PM – 5 PM

Highlights: Built in the year 1929 this museum is a combination of French and Asiatic architecture. The encompassing green enclosures of the museum give you an alluring escape from the city’s clamor.
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One of the largest manmade lakes has to be the West Lake. It spans 17 kilometers and presents an extremely scenic gateway. You can have lunch here on the floating restaurants or hire boats to glide through the lake’s calm waters.

This pristine lake is one of the great places to visit in Hanoi as the fine-dine restaurants, boutique cafes, and luxury hotels that line the lake make for a magnificent site. You can explore this lake on a bicycle as well.

Location: Tay Ho district, northwestern part of Hanoi

Timings: 8:00 AM- 6:00 PM

Highlights: The Thanh Nien Road has divided a massive part of the lake and has formed the Truc Bach Lake. This lake is excellent for leisurely stroll.
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Built in 1911, the Hanoi Opera House is one of the notable architectural landmarks and cultural places to visit in Hanoi. It lies very close to the Hoan Kiem Lake and bears resemblance to the Opera House of Paris in its interiors and structure. The sight of the balconies, pillars and beautiful domes of the 600-seat opera will mesmerize you to the core. You can enjoy Vietnamese musicals and Western classics here. 

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Hanoi’s civic urban core, the Old Quarter is one of the historical places to visit in Hanoi. The prominent district is quite pedestrian-friendly despite the relentless modernization that this area has seen. You will experience a rare kind of timelessness here as you still get to witness the glimpse of the bygone generations.  The old Quarter is very popular for its intriguing neighborhood, and is home to a good mix of ancient shops, green spaces, Vietnamese architecture, and fresh street food. 

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Built on the Black river, Hoa Běnh Dam is one of the remarkable Hanoi places to visit. This dam is Vietnam’s largest hydroelectric dam that generates a lot of power by combining eight turbines of 240 MW capacity totaling to 1920 MW of installed capacity. When you visit the dam you will find a 400 ton giant statue of Ho Chi Minh on the neighboring hill of Tuong.

Legend has it that when the Vietnamese Leader was crossing the Red river in a boat during Vietnam’s independence struggle against America, he faced many challenges. Eventually Ho chi Minh got so frustrated with the challenges that he manifested a reunification of the South and North by building a dam to calm the ferocious river.

Location: Hòa Bình province, Vietnam

Timings: 07:30 AM to 11:00 AM and 14:00 PM to 17:00 PM

Highlights: The Hoa Běnh Dam produces 27 percent of Vietnam’s electricity.
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One of the most outstanding places to visit in Hanoi is the Ba Vi National Park that is known for its splendid natural beauty. It lies in the center of a three-peaked mountain that juts steeply out of the landscape.

To experience the mystical atmosphere of tropical rainforests, jungles with clouds as the backdrop, escape to this place to breathe the cool fresh air. You enjoy superb views of the tropical forest from the peak of the Park, come across the numerous vistas and the fast-flowing river of DA on one side of this park.

Location: Ba Vì, Hanoi, Vietnam

Timings: 6 AM – 7 PM

Highlights: The Ba Vi National Park offers lodgings at the Resort of Tan Da Spa where you can indulge in herbal baths, wet steam baths, mud baths, and baths in the hot springs. The area of the National Park offers hiking and walking opportunities galore as you pass through forest trails covered with dense tropical foliage.
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Hoan Kiem Lake, nestled in the heart of Hanoi, Vietnam, is a shimmering gem steeped in legend and history. Spanning approximately 12 hectares, it serves as a tranquil oasis amid the bustling cityscape, attracting locals and tourists alike seeking respite from urban chaos. The lake's name translates to "Lake of the Returned Sword," derived from an ancient tale of a mystical sword bestowed upon a Vietnamese emperor by a divine turtle, which he later returned to the lake.

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The Vietnam Military History Museum is one of the notable Hanoi tourist places that features a massive weaponry collection right at the front. The Museum displays Chinese and Soviet Equipment alongside US and French-made weapons that were captured during several years of warfare. You will spot the Soviet-built triumphant MiG-21 jet fighter displayed as a centerpiece here.

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One of the excellent places to visit in Hanoi is the Fine Arts Museum that dwells in two buildings. These buildings were used to serve as the French Ministry of Information. It houses the ancient stone carvings of Champa and Quan Am’s astonishing effigies.

Treasures abound, this museum lets you witness the lacquered statues of the Tay Son Dynasty’s Buddhist monks and an awe-inspiring collection of both folk-naive and contemporary paintings.

Location: 66 P Nguyen Thai Hoc St, Hanoi 10000

Timings: 9:15 AM 5:00 PM

Highlights: You can revel in the beauty of the artworks at this museum as tour crowds have not crowded it like the Temple of Literature. The ceramic statues and wood carvings are bound to enamor you.
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You cannot come to Hanoi and not visit this outstanding UNESCO World Heritage Site of Imperial Citadel of Thang Long. This citadel is Vietnam’s history’s intriguing relic that signifies its cultural and historical importance. Many artifacts in this Citadel date back between the sixth and the twentieth century.  This ancient site remained the country’s political center for thirteen consecutive centuries. You have to pick a map from the ticket counter to visit the places inside the fortress.

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Built in the year 1917, the two-story building of the Vietnam Museum of Revolution once served as Vietnam’s trade department. Later at the start of 2008 the museum was upgraded with thirty displays that contain 40000 chronicled exhibits.

You will be amazed to see the glass showcase here that stores everything from banners to weapons used by the Vietnamese laborers.

Location: 216 Đường Trần Quang Khải, Tràng Tiền, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam

Highlights: This museum is an exhibition hall for the antiques and comprises intriguing curios. Apart from several revolutionary documents you will spot Vietnam’s first sewing machine and a Buddhist drum of the Japanese.
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The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology features a fabulous collection of well-presented artifacts, tribal art and objects of use related to the ethnic minorities of Vietnam. If you dabble into anthropology then this museum is worth your time. To ease your experience the items collected from the traditional village houses are labeled in English, French and Vietnamese.

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Located on the 65th floor of the Lotte Center the observation Deck of Lotte is one of the chief Hanoi attractions. This deck offers sweeping views of the city from the top and is divided into four major sections. The zones are namely: the Romantic Zone, Experience Zone, Welcome Zone and the Attraction Zone.  This undisturbed vantage point lets you compare the Old Quarter’s size relative to the voracious growth of Hanoi. You can walk out on the steep drop through the glass-floor skywalks and enjoy drinks at the rooftop bar on the same floor.

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Dedicated to the Thanh Mau Mother Goddess the Tay Ho Pagoda is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Hanoi. Located on the West Lake’s northern Peninsula this temple draws thousands of people on each lunar month’s 15tth and on Sundays. People come here to receive blessings and good fortune.  The intricately carved frescoes, panels, and altars of the temple will thoroughly impress you besides the stunning landscape full of lotuses.

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One of the perfect places to visit in Hanoi especially to escape Vietnam’s torrid heat is the Hồ Tây Water Park. You can pump up your adrenaline from the diving pool and high-speed slides here. There are thrilling rides with seven sliding lanes of 12 meters in height that produce high waves similar to the mammoth waves of the sea.  There are swinging ropes and a Tibetan suspension bridge to give you all the daredevil feels. However, if the adventurous rides exhaust you then you can always laze around in the lazy river, or relax in the massage pool near the water park.

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The crowded and narrow 200-meter street of Ta Hien is one of the must-visit places to go in Hanoi. This special street in the city never sleeps and is Hanoi’s busiest nightlife area. Majority of trippers and foreign tourists set foot here to take a break from their shopping expedition and try the best food stalls here. You can hang out on this food and beer haven and enjoy your beer in beer-mugs.

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Dedicated to the Royal highness Prince Linh Lang the 953-year old Voi Voi Phuc Temple is popularly called as the Kneeling Elephants Temple. Ly Thai Tong constructed this temple believing that his son is a god. This ancient place of worship occupies the exact place where the mighty elephant knelt so as to allow Prince Linh to mount on top of it and ride to the battlefield. When you go sightseeing in Hanoi city you cannot miss visiting this wood temple for the stunning architecture of the shrine. What’s remarkable is that configurations of several walls, statues and entrances of the temple have been built as per the feng shui practices.

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Located in the district of Hoai Duc district of Hanoi, the Bao Son Paradise Park is one of the biggest tourism complexes. This park is only 12 kilometers away from Hanoi’s core and offers diverse services of entertainment suitable to all age brackets. When you go sightseeing in Hanoi city you cannot miss this theme park that comprises four main areas. There is a traditional craft village section that features replicas of Vietnam’s 15 craft villages that specialize in embroidery, rattan and bamboo-made handicrafts, and gemstone-inlaid pictures. The Ancient Quarter Section displays the Hanoians’ daily activities through its old-style, tiled-roof attached houses. These houses resemble shops that sell beverages, art works, watches and clothing. 

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People Also Ask About Hanoi

  1. What should we do in Hanoi?

    1. Try the frothy egg coffee at Giang Café: One of the most unusual things to do in Hanoi is to have cuppas of the original cà phê trúng. You can forget your skinny lattes and instead try the egg coffee at the Vietnamese capital that is made of condensed milk, cheese, some butter and a little egg. Shortage of milk in the 1940s led to the invention of a unique alternative and so the cà phê trúng was born.

    2. Attend the Water Puppet show: One of the most interesting yet touristy things to see in Hanoi is a puppet show performance in the Water Puppet Theater. In this small theater you get to watch movements of puppets from under the water in a show. This one hour show has performances centered around renowned local legends. An entire troupe comprising puppet masters showcase the Vietnamese religion, culture and way of life.

    3. Revel in the scenic beauty of the Hoan Kiem Lake: One of the most alluring things to see in Hanoi is the Hoan Kiem Lake.  Visit this green water Lake to spot softshell turtles, and the stunning sunsets to click an array of photographs that make you reminisce about the beautiful sight.

    4. Visit the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: Modeled in Russia’s Lenin’s mausoleum the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is one of Hanoi’s most visited attractions. Respectfully dressed from head to toe you must visit this iconic resting place of the Vietnamese Leader Ho chi Minh. His body is preserved within a glass case in this granite building as an indicator to the Vietnamese people that their leader perpetually lives on.

    5. Explore Hanoi’s Old Quarter: Narrow streets and colonial architecture highlight this lively area of Hanoi’s Old Quarter. You must visit this ultimate spot for shopping and try some lip-smacking Vietnamese cuisine.

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  2. How can I spend 2 days in Hanoi?

    Day 1

    - H?a Lò prison: On the first day of your Hanoi trip you must visit one of the most relevant and inhumane prisons of Hanoi.

    - Old Quarter: After H?a Lò prison visit the principal business hub and one of Hanoi’s major hot-spots, the Old Quarter.

    - Ngoc Son Temple: One of the most visited tourist places in Hanoi Vietnam is the 18th century Ngoc Son temple, perched on a small island and this one you cannot miss.

    - Hoan Kiem Lake: As the first day comes to an end, visit the quiet and peaceful Hoan Kiem Lake for a stunning sunset. 

    Day 2

    - Temple of Literature: The second day of your Hanoi itinerary must include a visit to the valuable relic and national monument of Hanoi, the Temple of Literature.

    - One Pillar Pagoda: Standing above a square-shaped lotus pond in a serene parkland area, the One Pillar Pagoda in Hanoi is one of the most popular attractions that you cannot miss visiting.

    - Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum: On the second day, set out for the heavily guarded, resting place of the Vietnamese President and Revolutionary Leader Ho Chi Minh.

    - Quan Thanh Temple: Your 2-day itinerary ends with a visit to the Taoist Temple of Quan Thanh built during the reign of the Ly Dynasty in the 11th century.

    - Tran Wuoc Pagoda: If you are left with some time then you can also end your 2-day trip by visiting Vietnam’s ancient Tran Wuoc Pagoda nestled on the shore of the West Lake.

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  3. How many days should I spend in Hanoi?

    You can easily spend a week in Hanoi without getting bored but if you have limited time, a 3-day itinerary would be great. During this three-day itinerary you can visit all the major destinations. On the first day you can visit the Old Quarter, St Joseph’s Cathedral, the Opera House and the Water Puppet Theater. The second day can be reserved for visiting Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, the Temple of Literature, and the West Lake. On the third day you can visit the Ngoc Son Temple, Dong Xuan Market, and the Bao Son Paradise Park.

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  4. Is Hanoi safe at night?

    Hanoi is absolutely safe at night. You can easily explore this city without any fears as serious crimes against trippers have been extremely rare. However, exercise a little bit of caution and avoid the darker lanes after 10 pm when strolling out and about the Old Quarter streets.

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  5. Is Hanoi worth visiting?

    Yes, Hanoi is totally worth visiting because this French-colonial city can be explored on foot and is renowned for a host of things. These things include the handicraft villages, silks, vibrant nightlife, delectable cuisine, special museums, temples, tranquil pagodas and lakes.

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