Hanoi Travel Guide

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

In the tradition of Lenin, Stalin and Mao, Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is a monumental marble edifice. Contrary to his desire for a simple cremation, the mausoleum was constructed from materials gathered from all over Vietnam between 1973 and 1975. Set deep in the bowels of the building in a glass sarcophagus is the frail, pale body of Ho Chi Minh.
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On October 24, 2014

TOP 3 luxury hotels in Hanoi

TOP 3 luxury hotels in Hanoi

If you’re searching for the celebrity treatment, the 5 star hotels in Hanoi are your dreams come true. The top Hanoi 5 star hotels immerse each traveler in the best experience money can buy. Want to unwind with a VIP-worthy spa treatment? These hotels have them.
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On October 18, 2014

TOP 3 Must try street food in Hanoi

TOP 3 Must try street food in Hanoi

Hanoi is a street food paradise. The mazelike alleys of the tourist-heavy Old Quarter and the more traditional Truc Bach lake area are crammed with stalls and makeshift storefronts, all bearing toy-sized plastic stools and advertising what they sell with bold signs out front. Many vendors sell only one or two dishes, and since Vietnamese uses a Roman script, it's easy to tell what they are, provided you know the some basic street food vocabulary.
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On October 14, 2014

Top 10 Must Visit Attractions in Hanoi

Top 10 Must Visit Attractions in Hanoi

Tran Quoc Pagoda is the most historic pagoda in all of Hanoi, Tran Quoc is the foremost symbol of Buddhism in the country. The landmark’s origins date back some 1,500 years, although over time it has undergone changes in appearance and location
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On November 27, 2013

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