Visit Hanoi's famous museums, temples, parks and wartime sites. The museum features actual explanations of the exhibits in Vietnamese, French and English. Also, retells the stories of many battles throughout the country’s history.
You can't leave Hanoi without seeing a traditional water-puppet show. The shows, which appeal to all ages, are charming, picaresque entertainments accompanied by a traditional Vietnamese pit orchestra. Order your tickets early in the day for the best seats.
Hanoi Museum: Designed as an upside-down pyramid to look like a lotus at night, the Hanoi Museum showcases over 50,000 artifacts on display in a total area of nearly 54,000 square meters. It is supposed to show artifacts from Hanoi's 1000 year history and displays the history, culture, heritage, and architecture that have blossomed in this city.
Don't Go Home Without
Visit Bat Trang Ceramic Village: This traditional pottery-making village is an hour from Hanoi. Visitors can participate in pottery-making workshops and purchase already-made goods from local artisans.
Visit Duong Lam Village: This birthplace of two Vietnamese kings 60 kilometers west of Hanoi features preserved architecture and relics of a 1200 year old Vietnamese Village.
Enjoy the only tranquil garden in West Hanoi where you can escape from busy daily life. You also can visit Hanoi's modern shopping complexes, within minutes of our property.