Wander through replicas of traditional Vietnamese homes at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology. Top choice in Lonely Planet; Ranked #7 in Top 25 Museums – Asia on Tripadvisor in 2015. This fabulous collection relates to Vietnam's ethnic minorities, featuring well-presented tribal art, everyday artifacts, and examples of traditional village houses.
Everyone who comes to Hanoi visits the world famous Thang Long Puppet Theater. A truly unique performance by skilled puppeteers accompanied by a live orchestra and ancient musical instruments. The balletic puppets really come to life where you will definitely be enthralled by the professional theatrical show in the water. The show tells the story of the magical history of Vietnam through centuries
Hanoi is ranked in the top 10 cities to visit and the number one most value destination in the world. It is also noted among the best street food cities in the world by the English Telegraph. Hanoi is fast developing into a cosmopolitan city while retaining the charm and simplicity of yesteryear. A city where modern life and traditional values live side by side.
Don't Go Home Without
Visit Hanoi Old Quarter: Hanoi would not be Hanoi without its Old Quarter, a fascinating maze of streets with tight, narrow buildings and French-colonial architecture, with a rich food culture. You will discover an interesting experience on every winding street and a photographers dream to capture unique Hanoi life.
Hanoi is a shopper's paradise; for high-end designer goods, check out the shops near the city's Opera House. Order custom-made silk clothing from one of the many tailors in Hang Bong, a street in the Old Quarter.
While you're in Hanoi, enjoy a tasty traditional lunch of Bun Cha or Vietnamese Pho. These popular local dishes are the flavours of Hanoi and the essence of Vietnamese cuisine.