Discover Hanoi

While exploring Hanoi, a city where the exotic chic of old Asia blends with the dynamic face of new Asia, visitors will be surprised by a mass of motorbikes swarms through the tangled web-like streets that is the Old Quarter. Hanoi has it all: the antique and modern co-exist, from the local street shops to modern shopping centers, from local coffee or beer stalls to fine-dining restaurants. Even those familiar with Ha Noi will discover new places they have never encountered before and gain wider understanding of the capital city of 1,000 years

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Fansipan Mountain is located 9 kilometers south-west of Sa Pa, in the Hoang Lien Mountain Range. Branded “the Roof of Indochina” at the height of 3,143m, Fansipan is one of the very few eco-tourist spots of Vietnam with about 2,024 floral varieties and 327 faunal species. It takes six or seven days to reach the 3,143m summit, the highest peak of the Indochina Peninsula. The summit of Fansipan is accessible all year round, but the best time to make the ascent is from mid-October to mid-November, and again in March. Cat Cat Village is 2 kilometers from Sa Pa town. It is an old village of H’Mong ethnic group with unique customs and practices that are lost in other villages. Visitors to Cat Cat have an opportunity to admire a lively and colorful picture. That is the image of young women sitting by looms with colorful pieces of brocade decorated with designs of flowers and birds. In addition to the brocade weaving craft, many residents in Cat Cat are good at making gold and silver jewelry. Their products are fairly sophisticated, especially jewelry for women. Ham Rong Mountain, which belongs to the majestic Hoang Lien Son Range, is just within Sa Pa town. It looks like a jaw of a dragon opening wide to the sky, such intoxicating scenery when the whole landscape is blanketed in the mist. Standing on green-mossed stone steps halfway to Ham Rong Mountain, tourists will see a fantastic world behind with Sa Pa town wrapped by endless white color of clouds and mist. In the distance, tourists will be amazed by some houses looming illusionary and get lost by clouds covering their legs. Silver Waterfall, or Thac Bac, lies beside National Highway no. 4D, about 12 kilometers from Sa Pa town center. Silver Waterfall is formed by sources of water from the Lo Sui Tong mountain peak. From the distance, the waterfall looks like a white dragon looking down from the sky. You can reach the Silver Waterfall by motor bike or by car in half an hour. From there you can see stunning view of the surrounding mountains and the last forests belonging to Hoang Lien National Park.

Fansipan Mountain

Fansipan Mountain is located 9 kilometers south-west of Sa Pa, in the Hoang Lien Mountain Range. Branded “the Roof of Indochina” at the height of 3,143m, Fansipan is one of the very few eco-tourist spots of Vietnam with about 2,024 floral varieties and 327 faunal species. It takes six or seven days to reach the 3,143m summit, the highest peak of the Indochina Peninsula. The summit of Fansipan is accessible all year round, but the best time to make the ascent is from mid-October to mid-November, and again in March.

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Night Market

The night market runs from Hang Dao street right up to Dong Xuan market. It’s crowded, noisy and brightly lit — a real assault on the sense, but in a good way. You won’t be jostled by motorbikes as the market is pedestrianized.
Address Hang Dao street, Hoan Kiem Dist
Ticket Free entrance
Opening Hours Fridays – Sundays: 6pm to late

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Source: triip.me

Ca Tru – Traditional Vietnamese Music

Located in the busy Old Quarter; inside a beautifully restored ancient home, the performances, part of UNESCO cultural heritage. Ca Tru has existed for over 10 centuries; at its base are poetry and music comprised of many melodies sung in a singing and reciting style. Initially Ca Tru served royal and religious functions but was later prominent in weddings, banquets and informal gatherings.
Address 87 Ma May, Hoan Kiem Dist
Ticket US$ 10
Opening hours Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays | 08 pm – 09 pm

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Water Puppet

Born of the flooded rice paddies of the Red River Delta around Hanoi, water puppets swap the traditional performance stage for water. The puppets perform classic Vietnamese folk tales and stories, and the performances are accompanied by traditional music. Be sure to check out a water puppet show when you are in Hanoi.
Address 57B Dinh Tien Hoang, Hoan Kiem Dist
Ticket VND 60,000 – VND 100,000
Opening Hours Mondays – Saturdays: 3.00 pm; 4.10 pm; 5.20 pm ; 6.30 pm ; 8.00 pm Sundays: 9.30 am

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Source: the City Pass Guide, Vietnam Online

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