HANOI TRAVEL GUIDE – 4D3N: WHERE TO GO, WHAT TO EAT?

Mentioning Hanoi often evokes images of its ancient town and millennia-old historical monuments. Yet, beyond its historic charm, Hanoi pulsates with the dynamic energy of a city evolving daily. The blend of cultural richness with vibrant, youthful features forms a tapestry of a lively capital, captivating visitors from afar.

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YOUR ULTIMATE TRAVEL GUIDE TO SAPA, VIETNAM

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Even at first glimpse, the Northwestern land of Vietnam – Sapa – leaves a magnificent impression with marvelous nature, the topography of rice terraces, green forests, lush valleys, and emerald mountains lying side by side.

Ever wonder what’s there to do in a day in the dreamy Sapa? Deep blue sky for forever, a paddy field of sunlight, and all kinds of wildflowers blooming, urging you to come and be overwhelmed by nature’s beauty. Let’s discover the best attractions & things to do in Silk Path’s Sapa travel guide.

 

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TRAVEL HUE, VIETNAM: 4 DAYS 3 NIGHTS ITINERARY

The ancient capital of Hue has a charming landscape, bearing in it a rich history of majestic culture and stories of the era. It is a place where many generations of Vietnamese people live, creating a very unique life rhythm. A trip of 4 days and 3 nights is not too long, but it is enough for discovery lovers to be enthralled in the beautiful scenery here, immerse themselves in the rich and poetic Ancient Capital as well as meet gentle, kind people of Hue.

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TEMPLE OF LITERATURE – VIETNAM’S FIRST UNIVERSITY

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Not only a cultural heritage with almost 1,000 years of history, Temple of Literature, the first university of Vietnam, is also one of the most picturesque tourist attractions in Hanoi with its traditional architecture imprints & lush green landscape. 

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TRAN QUOC PAGODA – A RELIGIOUS & CULTURAL ATTRACTION IN HANOI

More than 1500 years old, Tran Quoc Pagoda holds such an important role in the development of Vietnam in general and Hanoi in particular. This is the oldest pagoda in the city and a famous sacred place of Buddhism that attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world every year.

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HO CHI MINH MAUSOLEUM – MUST-VISIT ATTRACTION IN HANOI

Read our ultimate guide to visiting one of the must-see attractions when traveling to Hanoi: Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum – a sacred place built to honor Vietnam’s national hero: President Ho Chi Minh.

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HANOI’S AUTUMN SPECIALTIES: SCENERY, CULINARY & BEYOND

Calm and serene, accompanied by a cool breeze, the sky is overcast and rainy in both the early morning and late evening. These are the unmistakable signs that Hanoi’s autumn, the most enchanting season of the thousand-year-old capital, has made its return.
Whether this is your first time in Hanoi or not, there must be a fluttering feeling about the nostalgic autumn of Hanoi. So let’s wake up early with Silk Path, admire the romantic autumn sky, take a walk on the peaceful streets to appreciate the life, people and ‘specialties’ of Hanoi’s autumn.

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