VOV.VN - Following the closure of a number of tourist sites in Hanoi in order for them to be sterilised as a means of combating the spread of the novel coronavirus (nCoV), many locations throughout the capital have now re-opened to local residents and tourists.
A ceremony to start the VPBank Hanoi Marathon was held in the heart of Hanoi on October 20, with 7,000 professional and amateur athletes taking part, over 1,500 of them foreigners.
Natgeo has listed Hanoi’s Tran Quoc Pagoda and HCMC’s Buu Long Pagoda among the world’s most beautiful Buddhist monuments.
VOV.VN - Hanoi’s Tay Ho district has the capital city’s largest lake called Ho Tay or West Lake.
Tran Quoc pagoda in Hanoi is ranked third among ten incredibly beautiful ones around the world by UK travel website wanderlust.co.uk.
Tran Quoc Pagoda in Hanoi has been listed among the top 10 incredibly beautiful pagodas in the world by UK travel website wanderlust.co.uk.
VOV.VN - The capital city of Hanoi is called “The city of lakes”. Among its dozens of big and small lakes, West Lake is the biggest with the encircling road stretching nearly 20 kilometers. Its many relic sites have made West Lake a great tourist attraction.
The first visitor of the New Year is very important to Vietnamese because they he or she is believed to decide the luck of the host for the entire year. Traditionally, the visitor is a member of the family or a good friend.