VIETNAM NATIONAL MUSEUM OF HISTORY

Home to rich and diverse collections of historical relics and thematic exhibitions on Vietnamese culture and history, the Vietnam National Museum of History gives visitors a comprehensive view of the development of the country from the prehistoric period through the national formation period.

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TA HIEN STREET – HANOI’S NIGHTLIFE HOTSPOT

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Ta Hien Street – The Hanoi Beer Street, “Pho Tay” (Foreigners’ Street) or “international crossroad”, is one of the most famous local hubs for visitors coming to the Capital City.

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IMPERIAL CITADEL OF THANG LONG

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Situated in the heart of Hanoi, the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long captures visitors’ attention with outstanding cultural and archaeological values, reflected in its historical longevity. 

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THINGS TO DO IN HUE, VIETNAM: 3D2N ITINERARY

Hue, once the capital of Vietnam, is home to an unlimited number of things to do. This 3-day itinerary will share everything you need to know to plan the best trip to Hue, including the best things to do and see, what to eat, where to stay and more.

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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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ELEGANT AFTERNOON TEA AT SILK PATH

In recent years, enjoying afternoon tea has gradually become familiar to young people in Vietnam. What makes afternoon tea so attractive and popular? Let’s find out with Silk Path!

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MORE THAN ‘PHO’: 5 MUST-TRY FOOD IN HANOI

More than Pho – the Vietnamese most famous dish, there are many must-try local foods in Hanoi that you will definitely fall in love with. Read our article to discover the best of what the capital city of Vietnam can offer for those food lovers.
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