Hanoi travel guide

Located in Northern Vietnam in the Red River Delta, Hanoi is the Vietnam’s capital and its second largest city

 While still quieter than Ho Chi Minh City, its larger sister in the South, Hanoi is active and dynamic, with chaotic motorbike traffic, streets busy from early in the morning until dusk, and the signs of economic progress and change on every street corner.

Weather in Hanoi

December – March, cold (sometimes as cold as 5 degrees) but mainly dry
April – June, warm
July – September hot and humid and chances of showers
October – November, warm, clear skies

Did you know?

- There are turtles living in Hoan Kiem Lake (sword lake)
- Hanoi used to be called Thang Long which means ascending dragon
- There area over 600 pagodas and temples in the city (the largest amount in any city in Vietnam)
- Although it is the capital city it only makes up 3.5% of the population of Vietnam whereas HCMC makes up 7.5%

Main sites in Hanoi

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
One Pillar Pagoda
Temple of Literature
Museum of Ethnology
Ngoc Son Temple and Hoan Kiem Lake

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