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Pho Le Thai To
This small lake between the Old Quarter and the French Quarter is central to Hanoian folklore. A ghostly shrine (the Turtle Pagoda) standing on an islet at its center pays homage to a golden turtle. In the 15th century ...
Quoc Tu Giam Street
In 1070, King Ly Thanh Tong founded Temple of Literature (Văn Miếu) to pay tribute to education and to those of high academic achievement. Six years later, it became home to Hanoi's ...
Pho Ong Ich Kiem
Sadly, the first One Pillar Pagoda was destroyed during the French War. The new Vietnamese government rebuilt the temple in 1955. It was originally constructed by Emperor Ly Thai Tong ...
135 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street
On April 30, 1975, Communist tanks smashed through the gates of what was then the symbol of the South Vietnamese government, and marked the end of the Vietnam war. The palace was ...
Nguyen Van Huyen Street
A short taxi or motorbike ride outside of Hanoi's center brings you to the Museum of Ethnology. The French-designed building and surrounding grounds, which simulate life in the ...
57B Dinh Tien Hoang
This amazing form of puppetry based on a liquid stage is more than 1,000 years old. The puppets, typically designed to look like the characters in Vietnamese ...
Dong Khoi and Han Thuyen Streets
This is one of the landmarks among the impressive avenues and open spaces north of Dong Khoi. The huge red-brick edifice with twin spires is placed between two ...
614 Pho Lac Long Can
The latest addition to Hanoi's entertainment parks, the Ho Tay Lake Water Park is having the same success as a similar park found in Ho Chi Minh City. With 12 large and small ...
34 Le Duan Street
The city's newest and most central bowling centre, with 24 lanes and computerised scoring, is on the fourth floor of a shopping centre. Lane hours are ...
Pho Nha Chung
St. Joseph's Cathedral, which anchors one of Hanoi's most touristy streets, offers a glimpse into a bygone era. Speckles of light still dance through stained glass work ...