Hanoi Travel Guide From A To Z

Hanoi is famous for its thousand years of history and culture with many ancient architectures. If you have visited the capital, you surely cannot forget the beautiful and unique of it. Why don’t we travel to Hanoi in next trip? Hanoi travel guide from A to Z will introduce many useful information for you to visit the beautiful capital of Vietnam!

 

Hanoi ( Hà Nội) Travel Overview

Hanoi’s capital is so special with many ancient streets preserving old architecture and ancient relics. If traveling northern Vietnam, surely visitors will be satisfied with the peaceful beauty of Hanoi. Walking around Hoan Kiem lake, visiting Ngoc Son Temple and The Huc Bridge, admiring the ancient relics, beautiful scenery… are the unforgettable experiences for visitors. Ha Noi is a wonderful blend of western and eastern cultures. There are many beautiful sights to visit in Hanoi: Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, Tran Quoc Pagoda,  St. Joseph’s Cathedral, Hanoi Opera House, and Vietnam Military History Museum, etc.

 

Traveling to Hanoi brings for visitors many interesting experiences. Photo : @thetraveldiaries
Traveling to Hanoi brings for visitors many interesting experiences. Photo : @thetraveldiaries

 

When is the best time to travel to Hanoi?

Hanoi completely attracts a lot of foreigners by the peaceful life, the intimate atmosphere, and the weather in there. Although the weather is divided into two main seasons: rainy season (from May to September), and dry season (from November to March). Thank to transition months, Hanoi still experiences all four seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter. The cold weather of Hanoi will start from December and may last until late February, with the average temperature of 17.2 degree. However, sometimes it may drop to below 10 degree, and the high humidity will lend a hand in making the weather bitter cold.

The best and romantic time to visit Hanoi is autumn ( from September to November). With the average temperature is 25 degree, Hanoi’s autumn is charming with warm sunlight, cool breeze and dry atmosphere.

 

Autumn is the romantic time to visit the capital. Photo: @anhtrz
Autumn is the romantic time to visit the capital. Photo: @anhtrz

 

How to get to Hanoi?

 

Airplane

There are many airlines serving the route to Hanoi (Hà Nội). You could refer the ticket price of the airlines such as Vietnam Airline, Vietjet Air and Jetstar Pacific. To move from Noi Bai international airport to the center area of Hanoi, you can take the transship bus of the two domestic airlines which are Jetstar and Vietjet with the price of about 40,000 and 50,000 VND/turn.

 

Coach

There are two quality coach brands serving the route Northern- Southern including Mai Linh bus and Hoang Long ( Hoàng Long) bus. You can buy the tickets in Mien Dong ( Miền Đông) bus station or book online at their website. The average ticket price from HCM city to Hanoi ( Hà Nội) is VND 800,000.

+ Mai Linh Express. SĐT: 08.39.29.29.29- 0985.29.29.29
+ Hoang Long ( Hoàng Long). SĐT: 02822438989

More coach brands you can choose: Ha Loan ( Hà Loan) bus, Hien Phuoc ( Hiền Phước) bus, Hong Huan ( Hong Huan) bus…

 

Train

The price of Thong Nhat Bac Nam (Thống Nhất Bắc Nam) train ranges from 1,166,000 VND/turn to 1,246,000 VND/turn. From Ha Noi Railway Station located on Le Duan (Lê Duẩn) street to the city center, it takes about 10 to 15 minutes by taxi.

 

Moving/ Vehicle in Hanoi

+ Motorcycle:  You can explore Hanoi by yourself by renting motorcycle. price for renting about VND 100,000 to VND 150,000 VND per day.

+ Bus: This is the public transport for visitors when traveling to Hanoi. Price is quite cheap, about VND 7,000 to VND 9,000.

+ Taxi: There are some popular taxi brands: Mai Linh ( Tel: 024.38.222.666), Taxi Group (Tel: 024.38.26.26.26), V20 (Tel: 024.38.20.20.20)

+ Cyclo: One of the unique features of Hanoi tourism is the old town cyclo. Many visitors come to Hanoi choose cyclo to transfer, explore the ancient beauty

+ Electric car: Electric cars are a means of “green tourism” modern and very new tourism of Hanoi. Price for renting about VND 15.000/ route

 

List of beautiful places in Hanoi

 

Center of Hanoi city.

 

Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) Lake

Hoan Kiem ( Hoàn Kiếm) Lake is a lovely, peaceful place with a fascinating history located in Hoan Kiem ( Hoàn Kiếm) district. Because Hoan Kiem Lake lies on the centre of Hanoi‘s historic district, it is very convenient for visitors to visit the Old Quarter and explore ancient beauty of the capital.

 

The Ngoc Son (Ngọc Sơn) Temple and The Huc ( Thê Húc) Bridge on Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) Lake. Photo: @ayda_june
The Ngoc Son (Ngọc Sơn) Temple and The Huc ( Thê Húc) Bridge on Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) Lake. Photo: @ayda_june

 

One Pillar ( Một Cột) Pagoda

One Pillar ( Một Cột) Pagoda is located in the western part of the city, near Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, Ong Ich Khiem ( Ông Ích Khiêm) Street, Ngoc Ha, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi.  It stands in the middle of a square lake constituting part of the Buddhist architectural complex called Dien Huu (Diên Hựu) pagoda. As you visit Hanoi, you may come to various other monuments, parks and historical places. Yet, the One-Pillar Pagoda reflects the architectural splendor that the country has grown.

 

The most famous is the One Pillar Pagoda having a lotus-shaped architecture which is considered as the most unique in Vietnam. Photo: @time_out_experience
The most famous is the One Pillar Pagoda having a lotus-shaped architecture which is considered as the most unique in Vietnam. Photo: @time_out_experience

 

Hanoi St. Joseph’s cathedral

Known as the typical architecture of Hanoi, Hanoi Cathedral has an airy and pleasant space, making it an attractive destination for Hanoi youth and tourists. Each morning, sitting on the sidewalk cafes and comfortably enjoying the chilly weather of Hanoi will bring to you a memorable experience.

 

The scenery is tranquil and beautiful which is attractive the locals as well as visitors. Photo: @thewolf0ftravel
The scenery is tranquil and beautiful which is attractive the locals as well as visitors. Photo: @thewolf0ftravel

 

Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam (Văn Miếu Quốc Tử Giám)

This is a shrine to Confucius, where the doctorate steles were put and also the first university of Vietnam. Today, Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam becomes a popular destination of tourists when visiting Hanoi, where the students having outstanding achievements are awarded certificates.

 

A unique monuments with combination of natural landscapes, lakes, gardens. Photo: @mlle_sanabel
A unique monuments with combination of natural landscapes, lakes, gardens. Photo: @mlle_sanabel

 

Old Quarter

Hanoi is famous for its 36 streets with old house and small streets which have still remained their features since the 19 century. Visiting this place, you will explore peaceful and homely place of Hanoi and feel the friendly and close beauty of Hanoi residents.

 

Visitors could wander all day long on ancient streets, explore peaceful and homely place of Hanoi. Photo: @curious_backpacker
Visitors could wander all day long on ancient streets, explore peaceful and homely place of Hanoi. Photo: @curious_backpacker

 

Ba Dinh (Ba Đình) Square and Ho Chi Minh mausoleum

Visiting Hanoi, it is indispensable to ignore the political center of Vietnam with the Parliament, the Presidential Palace, the historic Ba Dinh (Ba Đình) Square where Uncle Ho has read the manifesto give the birth of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is also the place where Uncle Ho’s body is located and kept. When visiting here, visitors must comply with the requirements of formally dressing up, not bringing electrical equipment and keeping order in the mausoleum.

 

The square adjacent to the Ho Chi Minh complex is called Ba Dinh square, where many important national historical events in modern history took place. Photo: @aris_ziotopoulos
The square adjacent to the Ho Chi Minh complex is called Ba Dinh square, where many important national historical events in modern history took place. Photo: @aris_ziotopoulos

 

Imperial Citadel of Thang Long

The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, is an intriguing relic of Vietnam’s history and, signifying its historical and cultural importance, was recognized a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010. Visitors should head for the display room that features interesting excavated items and mock-ups of the citadel itself.

 

The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long was recognized a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010. Photo: @twoyoungexplorers
The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long was recognized a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010. Photo: @twoyoungexplorers

 

Hanoi Opera House

This is a smaller version of the Opera Garnier in Paris. Hanoi opera house is located on a central street. This place is the place for many important events of Vietnam.

 

The Opera House was the place where many important events of the country were held. Photo: @hanoicapital
The Opera House was the place where many important events of the country were held. Photo: @hanoicapital

 

Tran Quoc (Trấn Quốc) Pagoda

Located on a small peninsula on the East side of West Lake, Tran Quoc Pagoda is regarded as the most ancient pagoda in Hanoi with its history line of more than 1,500 years. The architecture of this Buddhist center is a subtle combination between the solemn and beautiful landscape on the peaceful and quiet ambiance of West Lake’s surface.

 

Thanks to these historical and architectural values, Tran Quoc Pagoda attracts many tourists to pay a visit. Photo: @packyourbags.nl
Thanks to these historical and architectural values, Tran Quoc Pagoda attracts many tourists to pay a visit. Photo: @packyourbags.nl

 

West Lake ( Hồ Tây)

West Lake is the largest lake in Hanoi located not far from the center of the city.  Adjacent to the lake, there is an old village named Nghi Tam (Nghi Tàm), which retains the elegant hobbies of old Hanoians, such as bonsai and decorative plants. Nghi Tam is also called as the flower village. In every spring, this village is be filled with colors of fresh flowers. Near West Lake, there are Ngu Xa (Ngũ Xá) village with the traditional industry of bronze casting, Yen Phu (Yên Phụ) village with the craft of making incense. They are both worth-visiting places when traveling in Hanoi.

 

The best time to visit West Lake is at sunset. Photo: @lukeneville123
The best time to visit West Lake is at sunset. Photo: @lukeneville123

 

Long Biên (Long Biên) Bridge

Not only is it a historical witness which connects the two banks of Hong River, Long Bien Bridge is also a bridge between the peaceful life of people in the middle of the Hong River with the bustle of the city.

 

With an ancient, idyllic look, Long Bien Bridge has become one of the most beautiful places in Hanoi for young people. Photo: @vntage_foto
With an ancient, idyllic look, Long Bien Bridge has become one of the most beautiful places in Hanoi for young people. Photo: @vntage_foto

 

Hanoi’s surrounding place

 

Duong Lam (Đường Lâm) Ancient Village

Duong Lam ancient village is located in the southern bank of the Red River in Son Tay town, Hanoi, about 50 km from Hanoi. This is the first village to be recognized as the National Cultural History and Cultural Heritage in 2006. With the typical beauty of the northern villages, this place still preserves the rustic simplicity of the ancient house’s roof. The yards, roads were paved with old flagstones. The moss-covered roofs of communal house, stone trees, wells …All create the village unique and special

 

This place is just a small village which is rare village preserving the cultural heritage of Vietnamese. Photo: Le Thang
This place is just a small village which is rare village preserving the cultural heritage of Vietnamese. Photo: Le Thang

 

Ba Vi (Ba Vì) National Park

Ba Vi National Park is one of Vietnam’s most famous place of outstanding natural beauty, and is centered around a three-peaked mountain jutting steeply out of the landscape. The national park offers a great escape from the city with cool fresh mountain air in a mystical atmospheric backdrop of clouds, jungle and tropical rain forest.

 

The autumn in Ba Vi National Park. Photo: Minh Son
The autumn in Ba Vi National Park. Photo: Minh Son

 

Quan Son (Quan Sơn) Lake

Quan Son lake is about 50 kilometers from center of Hanoi . This place is the perfect attraction for nature-lovers to enjoy on the weekend. Quan Son Lake consists of 100 limestone mountains on its surface and the beautiful scenery is the combination of the sky, water and towering limestone mountains, somewhat similar to that of UNESCO World Heritage Site Ha Long Bay.

 

This place is the perfect attraction for nature-lovers to enjoy on the weekend. Photo: @dttthinh
This place is the perfect attraction for nature-lovers to enjoy on the weekend. Photo: @dttthinh

 

Bat Trang (Bát Tràng) pottery village

Bat Trang Pottery village is about 20km far away from the city center, located at the left bank of the Red River. For generations, Bat Trang is famous for quality pottery throughout the country. You could go around the village, there are many ceramic workshops; the streets around the village are unique coal drying walls and rustic old houses.

 

In the small pottery workshops, you could manually make ceramic products or draw on the ceramic cups or souvenirs to give to friends and relatives as presents. Photo: Collection
In the small pottery workshops, you could manually make ceramic products or draw on the ceramic cups or souvenirs to give to friends and relatives as presents. Photo: Collection

 

Tram ( Trầm) Mountain

Tram ( Trầm) mountain is located in Phung Chau commune, Chuong My district, less than 30km from Hanoi center. The mountain is not too high, but it has extremely beautiful terrain, with many caves, and winding trails in flat valleys, where you can camp, BBQ party.

 

This mountain is an ideal place for visitors to picnic. Photo: @huonggbee_
This mountain is an ideal place for visitors to picnic. Photo: @huonggbee_

 

Beautiful Places For Taking Photo

 

Ho Guom ( Hoan Kiem Lake) Walking Street

++ Address: Hoan Kiem ( Hoàn Kiếm) lake, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.

 

A romantic road in the bank of Hoan Kiem lake. Photo: @sheneller
A romantic road in the bank of Hoan Kiem lake. Photo: @sheneller

 

Hanoi St. Joseph’s cathedral

++ Address: 40 Nha Chung (Nhà Chung), Hang Trong (Hàng Trống) Quarter, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.

 

Lotte Observation Deck – Hanoi

++ Address: 54 Lieu Giai (Liễu Giai) street, Ba Dinh (Ba Đình) district, Hanoi.

 

At Lotte Observation Deck, visitors can see all the city. Photo: @globusliebe
At Lotte Observation Deck, visitors can see all the city. Photo: @globusliebe

 

Hei tower’s Helipad

++ Address: 26th floor of Hei Tower Building, 01 Nguy Nhu Kon Tum (Ngụy Như Kon Tum), Nhan Chinh (Nhân Chính) ward, Thanh Xuan (Thanh Xuân) district, Hanoi.

 

Helipad on 26th floor. Photo: @23_bunq
Helipad on 26th floor. Photo: @23_bunq

Long Bien (Long Biên) Bridge

++ Address: Connecting Long Bien ( Long Biên) district and Hoan Kiem ( Hoan Kiếm) district, Hanoi.

 

New Hanoi Office

++ Address: 44 Le Thai To (Lê Thái Tổ) street, Hang Trong (Hàng Trống) Quarter, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district , Hanoi.

 

New Hanoi Office is an impressive place for young people to check-in. Photo: @duong._.luong
New Hanoi Office is an impressive place for young people to check-in. Photo: @duong._.luong

 

Park Hill – Times City

++ Address: 458 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai ( Nguyễn Thị Minh Khai) street, Vinh Tuy (Vĩnh Tuy) ward, Hai Ba Trung (Hai Bà Trưng) district, Hanoi.

 

Phung Hung (Phùng Hưng) Mural Street 

++ Address: Phung Hung (Phùng Hưng) quarter, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.

 

The unique pictures was draw on most of wall in Phung Hung ward. Photo: @fio.silva

Hanoi’s Book Street

++ Address: 19 Thang 12 (19 tháng 12) quarter, Tran Hung Dao (Trần Hưng Đạo) district, Hanoi.

 

Hanoi Street Book is a place for traveling and also a place for visitors finding good books for themselves. Photo: @limschip
Hanoi Street Book is a place for traveling and also a place for visitors finding good books for themselves. Photo: @limschip

 

Hanoi’s Train Street

++ Address: Kham Thien (Khâm Thiên) street and Le Duan (Lê Duẩn) street, Phung Hung (Phùng Hưng) ward, Hanoi. 

 

The train passes the narrow road early in the route that connects Vietnam’s capital to Ho Chi Minh city in the south. Photo: @us.on.earth
The train passes the narrow road early in the route that connects Vietnam’s capital to Ho Chi Minh city in the south. Photo: @us.on.earth

 

What to eat in Hanoi?

 

Bread

++ Address:

  • 104 – 105B C3 Nghia Tan (Nghĩa Tân), Cau Giay (Cầu Giấy) ward, Hanoi.
  • 326 Ba Trieu (Bà Triệu) quarter , Hai Ba Trung (Hai Bà Trưng) district, Hanoi.
  • 35 – 37 Thai Thinh (Thái Thịnh) quarter, Dong Da (Đống Đa) district, Hanoi.
  • 65, 67 Ho Dac Di (Hồ Đắc Di) street, Dong Da (Đống Đa) district, Hanoi.
  • 09 Yet Kieu (Yết Kiêu) street, Hai Ba Trung (Hai Bà Trưng) district, Hanoi.

 

Bread is the popular dish in Hanoi and Vietnam commonly. Photo: @next_journey
Bread is the popular dish in Hanoi and Vietnam commonly. Photo: @next_journey

 

Pho ( Phở)

++ Address:

  • Pho Bat Dan( Phở Bát Đàn): 49 Bat Dan (Bát Đàn) quarter, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.
  • Pho Ly Quoc Su ( Phở Lý Quốc Sư): 10 Ly Quoc Su (Lý Quốc Sư) street, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.
  • Pho Thin Lo Duc ( PhởThìn Lò Đúc): 13 Lo Duc (Lò Đúc) quarter, Hai Ba Trung (Hai Bà Trưng) district, Hanoi.
  • Pho Bung Hang Trong ( Phở Bưng Hàng Trống): 8 Hang Trong (Hàng Trống) quarter, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.
  • Pho Suong ( Phở Sướng): 24 Trung Yen (Trung Yên) Lane, Dinh Liet (Đinh Liệt) street, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.

 

'Pho' is the delicious dish you could not miss when traveling to Hanoi. Photo: @itsmmess
‘Pho’ is the delicious dish you could not miss when traveling to Hanoi. Photo: @itsmmess

 

La Vong (Lã Vọng) Fried Fished

++ Address: Cha Ca La Vong ( Chả cá Lã Vọng), 14 Cha Ca (Chả Cá) quater, Hà Nội

 

Bun Thang (Vietnamese noodle soup with chicken)

++ Address:

  • Bun Thang Ba Duc (Bún thang Bà Đức): 48 Cau Go (Cầu Gỗ) quater, Dong Da (Đống Đa) district, Hanoi.
  • Bun Thang Ngoc Tuyen (Bún thang Ngọc Tuyền) : 56 & 58 Dao Tan (Đào Tấn)street, Ba Dinh (Ba Đình) district, Hanoi.
  • Bun Thang Thuan Ly (Bún thang Thuận Lý ): 33 Hang Hom (Hàng Hòm) quater, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.
  • Quan Cu (Quán Cũ): 31A Phan Dinh Phung (Phan Đình Phùng) street,Ba Dinh (Ba Đình) district, Hanoi.

 

Bun Thang for a fresh morning in Hanoi. Photo: @soaipham
Bun Thang for a fresh morning in Hanoi. Photo: @soaipham

 

Bun Dau Mam Tom (Soya Cake, Vermicelli, And Shrimp Paste)

++ Address:

  •  Lac Trung (Lạc Trung) Restaurant: 268 Lac Trung (Lạc Trung, Hai Ba Trung (Hai Bà Trưng) district, Hanoi.
  •  Nam Dinh- Linh Nam (Nam Định – Lĩnh Nam) Restaurant: 315 Linh Nam (Lĩnh Nam), Hoang Mai (Hoàng Mai),Hanoi.
  •  Doi Cung (Đội Cung) Restaurant: 2 Doi Cung (Đội Cung) street, Hai Ba Trung (Hai Bà Trưng) district, Hanoi.
  • Chi Hang (Chị Hằng) Restaurant: 299 lane, Thuy Khue (Thụy Khuê) street, Tay Ho (Tây Hồ),district, Hanoi.

 

Banh Cuon (Steamed Rolled Rice Pancake)

++ Address:

  • Ba Hanh (Bà Hanh) Restaurant: 26B Tho Xuong (Thọ Xương) quater, Phu Doan (Phủ Doãn), Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.
  • Ba Hoanh (Bà Hoành) Restaurant: 66 To Hien Thanh (Tô Hiến Thành) street, Hia Ba Trung (Hai Bà Trưng) district, Hanoi.
  • Thanh Van (Thanh Vân) Restaurant: 81 Le Van Huu (Lê Văn Hưu), Hai Ba Trung (Hai Bà Trưng) district, Hanoi.
  •  Thuy Khue (Thụy Khuê) Restaurant: 29 Lane, Thuy Khe (Thụy Khuê) street, Tay Ho (Tây Hồ) street, Hanoi .
  •  Ba Xuan (Bà Xuân) Restaurant: 16 Hoa Nhai (Hòe Nhai) lane, Nguyen Trung Truc (Nguyễn Trung Trực) ward, Ba Dinh (Ba Đình) district, Hanoi .

 

Banh cuon is a attractive food in Hanoi. Photo: @minimissmay
Banh cuon is a attractive food in Hanoi. Photo: @minimissmay

 

Trang Tien (Tràng Tiền) Ice- ream

++ Address: 35  Trang Tien (Tràng Tiền) quater, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.

 

Ta Hien’s (Tạ Hiện) Beer

++ Address: 18  Ta Hien (Tạ Hiện) street, Hang Buom (Hàng Buồm) quater, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.

 

Corner of Luong Ngoc Quyen ( Lương Ngọc Quyến) And Ta Hien ( Tạ Hiện) by night. Photo: @ianandmar
Corner of Luong Ngoc Quyen ( Lương Ngọc Quyến) And Ta Hien ( Tạ Hiện) by night. Photo: @ianandmar

 

Where to stay in Hanoi? Hotel, Homestay in Hanoi

 

 Rustic House Hotel

++ Address:  55 Hang Cot (Hàng Cót) and Hang Ma (Hàng Mã) quater, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.

 

Rustic House Hotel- Hanoi travel guide. Photo: Colection
Rustic House Hotel- Hanoi travel guide. Photo: Colection

 

 Somerset Grand Hanoi  Hotel

++ Address: 49 Hai Ba Trung (Hai Bà Trưng) street, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.

 

Sazi Homestay Hanoi

++ Address: Hang Bong ( Hàng Bông), Hanoi.

 

Ca homestay

++ Address: 121 Dai La (Đại La) lane, Truong Dinh (Trương Định) quater, Hai Ba Trung (Hai Bà Trưng) district, Hanoi.

 

Ca homestay- Hanoi travel guide. Photo: Collection
Ca homestay- Hanoi travel guide. Photo: Collection

 

Secret Terace  Hotel

++ Address: Hang Khay (Hàng Khay) quater, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.

 

Mai Sky’s Homestay

++ Address: 39 Hang Dieu (Hàng Điếu) quater, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.

 

Mai Sky’s Homestay- Hanoi travel guide. Photo: Collection
Mai Sky’s Homestay- Hanoi travel guide. Photo: Collection

 

Module Zen 7 Homestay

++ Address: 83 Xuan Dieu (Xuân Diệu) street, Tay Ho (Tây Hồ) district, Hanoi.

 

Satori Homestay
++ Address: Quang Trung street, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.

 

Le Bleu Art Decor loft
++ Address:  Tran Hung Dao (Trần Hưng Đạo) street, Hoan Kiem (Hoàn Kiếm) district, Hanoi.

 

Le Bleu Art Decor loft- Hanoi travel guide. Photo: Collection
Le Bleu Art Decor loft- Hanoi travel guide. Photo: Collection

 

City Center & Good Security Area

++ Address: Le Hong Phong (Lê Hồng Phong), Ba Dinh (Ba Đình) district, Hanoi.

 

City Center & Good Security Area - Hanoi travel guide. Photo: Collection
City Center & Good Security Area – Hanoi travel guide. Photo: Collection