Hanoi Travel Tips
Hanoi has shaken off its hostile attitude to travelers to become one of the most beguiling cities in Southeast Asia. It's slow-paced and pleasant, with a lovely landscape of lakes, shaded boulevards, verdant public parks and French-colonial architecture.
Hanoi personifies the spirit of historic Vietnam in the temples, monuments and pockets of ancient culture along the narrow streets of the Old Quarter, yet perfectly reflects the rapid changes sweeping the country as Hanoian yuppies sip cappuccinos in roadside cafes and compare cell phones.
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This well paced tour encompasses all the must see sights of Vietnam Historic Hanoi, light adventure to the colorful land of hill tribes - Sapa, a cruise around spectacular Halong Bay, the ancient ...
The northern Vietnamese city of Hanoi is a beguiling mix of modern and ancient, Asian traditions and colonial legacies. Elegant balconied buildings front tree-lined boulevards, while cyclists and ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, December 2012
Often included in informal lists of the world’s greatest natural wonders, Ha Long Bay ’s
karst formations make it a fantastic place to visit for travelers
looking to devote a considerable amount ...
Written by koalakiss86, Australia, November 2010
"Cat Ba Island"
Leave from Hanoi, for $50US you can have a 3 day adventure all inclusive, meals, accom, and transport to and from the island. Its a must see for singles and families as it can ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, March 2013
Street food in Vietnam is notoriously varied, inexpensive, and accessible throughout the country, particular via street venders and market stalls. The baseline is a combination of a long history of ...
Written by Ahmudhamah, February 2011
I stayed at Indochina hotel for 3 days. Their staffs were excellent, they can speak languages and offered me very nice services. That's great value for my time in Hanoi.
I will stay again
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