Hot Vietnam Adventures
Discover Vietnam in Hanoi. Learn about the cultural evolution of the people in the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology. As the cultural hub of Vietnam, Hanoi is also home to many museums. Be sure to stop by the National Museum of Vietnamese History.
Pagoda. This is a complex of pagodas and temples, known in Vietnamese as chua
huong, located some 70 km southwest of the city in the Perfume Mountains (huong
son). Some of the structures date from as far back as the 15th century.
called the Old Quarter has stretches of pre-colonial and colonial architecture
on narrow streets with much atmosphere. It is easily worth spending at least
two or three days here, and also exploring the north from here.
grounds around the Ngoc Son Temple in Hanoi include exhibits of Vietnamese
history and displays on giant turtles. There is an ancient legend involving
giant turtles that is connected with the lake.
Chi Minh Mausoleum and The Ho Chi Minh Museum – Ho Chi Minh City may have the
famous man’s name but his body is entombed here in Hanoi. The Museum is near
the mausoleum. The shining white building was built to look like a lotus. It
seems more of a temple to a god than a museum.
Municipal Water Puppet Theater – A stage which hosts a form of puppetry both being over 1,000 years old. St. Josephs Cathedral – An impressive historical building with a castle like structure, but due to its very old age, is worn and sits in poor condition. With more than 600 pagodas and temples, scenic lakes and parks, many museums, and a beautiful countryside along the Red River, Hanoi is the perfect place for your holiday Vietnam.
Use just some of the many online resources to plan your next travel adventure with complete ease and we can recommend the travel guide at http://www.puretravel.com/Guide/Asia/South-East_Asia/vietnam which contains lots of tips, photos and itinerary suggestions for your trip.