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25, Tháng 10, 2021 Hà Nội; Thời tiết: Trời trong, Gió đông bắc: 0-10 km/giờ, Độ ẩm: 97%, Mặt trời mọc/lặn: 05:56/17:26
Hà Nội Lái xe: Thích hợp, Chạy: Thích hợp, Đạp xe: Thích hợp
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Love their decors as well as product packages. They have a mini bean-to-bar factory inside where fresh chocolate bars and desserts are made everyday, with a large counter and tables on high platforms so you can watch their pastry chef doing their job while enjoying wonderful chocolate dishes 🍫 Prices are not cheap, but you get such a nice place and high-end quality dishes.
Chocolate paradise!! The free chocolate tasting they offer every Saturday is very interesting and informative, the guy was very professional and friendly, we really enjoyed it. The pastries are true artworks, they don't seem real, and they have some vegan options too (brownie, cookie). In the shop everything is pure art, the packaging is just perfect, and they have plastic free items too (bamboo straws, canva bags...). Friendly staff and beautiful place, full of inspiring decoration. A perfect spot for a good treat :-) Don't miss it if you are in Hanoi!
Unlike some of the posts I’ve read in other places, I found the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi to be clean, inviting and downright classic! The staff was very friendly and consistently making sure I was comfortable. I will definitely stay there when I come back!
The rooms were clean, very comfortable, and the staff was amazing. They went over and beyond to help make our stay enjoyable. I highly recommend this hotel for anyone visiting downtown Hanoi.
The best hotel I’ve ever been privileged enough to stay at. Gorgeous building, and it only gets more breathtaking when you walk in. High quality rooms (there was even a tv by the shower), and high quality service. Also, they are one of few hotels that allow people under 21 to book a reservation.
Great location, easy to get in and out of the city. The staff was wonderful. The hotel is well maintained. The beds were very firm, too firm for my liking. The food was good. I, especially, enjoyed the view of the sunset.
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The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is a building that has now become a tourist spot for tourists visiting Hanoi, in Vietnam. The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is located in Ba Dinh Square which opened for tourist attractions in 1975.
Ho Chi Minh is a leader who is not only famous in Vietnam but also has a figure who is respected by the Vietnamese people for his achievements, wisdom, and humility towards others. The President of Vietnam from 1945-1969 was known as Uncle Ho.
This granite mausoleum was built to serve as Ho Chi Minh's final resting place. Some locals believe that Uncle Ho will stay there forever.
The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is a historical place open to the public. Anyone is free to be able to visit this place. However, this does not mean that tourists can freely enter and exit this place without heeding the existing rules.
The reason is, the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is where the body of the Vietnamese leader lies, tourists can't just go in and visit this place if they don't dress modestly. Call it shorts, miniskirts, sleeveless shirts, and other informal clothes that are considered impolite will not be allowed to enter.
Visiting the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum might make you feel proud because you will be able to see the historical values of the country of Vietnam. But you can not take photos carelessly.
The building, whose upper part is inscribed with President Ho Chi Minh, carved with crimson stone from Cao Bang, is 41.2 meters wide and 21.6 meters high. The glass coffin containing Ho Chi Minh's body was in the center aisle and was seriously protected by members of the military who were always on standby.
The doors are made using high-quality stone from Tay Nguyen, while the inside is filled with red marble.
On the front and back of the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum there are 79 viva trees which symbolize the 79 years of President Ho Chi Minh's age when he breathed his last.
In addition, both sides of the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum are lined with bamboo trees that symbolize the Vietnamese tree.
Ngoc Son Temple was built in the 18th century on Jade Island in the centre of the ‘Lake of the Returned Sword’ or Hoan Kiem Lake. Legend describes how an emperor was once given a magical sword which helped him defeat the Chinese Ming Dynasty and in doing so saw the return of the Golden Turtle God to the lake.
Today ‘Turtle Tower’ stands close to the lake in memory of this legend. There are also endangered large soft-shell turtles swimming in the lake, and to see one of these gentle giants is considered very auspicious. The name of the temple translates to ‘Temple of the Jade Mountain’ and is predominately dedicated to war hero General Tran Hung Dao who defeated an armed force of 300,000 soldiers sent by Mongolian Emperor Kublai Khan in the 13th century to invade Vietnam.
Also inside the pagoda are a large bronze bust and other deities. There are altars dedicated to Tran Hung Dao, some ancient artefacts including ceramics and a preserved specimen of a giant turtle found in the lake weighing 250kg
Hoan Kiem lake, also known as “Sword Lake,” is a freshwater lake in the center of Hanoi. The legend about the name of the lake is known by all the Vietnamese people. Since they were small, they all learn about the story in their school about the most revered heroes, a giant turtle, and a magic sword.
The lake is not only special in her history but also some characteristics that you might not find anywhere else in Vietnam. The water of the lake has different colors depending on the reflection of the sky, it could be green, dark or light.
Hoan Kiem Lake Hanoi is also the home of tortoises. If you are lucky, you will have a chance to see these giant animals rising out of the water, taking a sunbath.
There are so many activities happening around Hoan Kiem lake which make it crowded and busy all day, especially during the weekends. Let’s rock it like the locals, and find out what to see and where to visit around Hoan Kiem Lake!
The Imperial Citadel in Hue Vietnam has seen its fair share of warfare (heh words are fun). 1947 - the Viet Minh seized the citadel and the French led a six week counter siege.
1968 - The Viet Cong seize most of Hue as part of the Tet Offensive including the Citadel. U.S. bombing and warfare left ~10 out of 160 buildings standing. 50 years later, these buildings still remember the horrors of war but the nature surrounding them has flourished since and ultimately brought a sense of peace to the grounds. The resilience of nature reminds us that though we may be in the middle of troubling times, we can and will overcome. We will grow, become stronger, and will be more beautiful for it!
We got a little caught up pretending the Hue Citadel was his castle! Running around the expansive ruins and grounds as the sun slowly set. It was quite possibly one of the coolest sunsets we have ever witnessed. Watching the sky cast a brilliant red glow over the citadel. How lucky were we being the only ones around to witness it. We got so caught up admiring it that we didn't realise it was way past closing time! Being miles away from the entrance we finally got back to the enormous gates that we came in from. Each one was bolted shut! So we started wandering around until we found another exit around the other side of the grounds! Turns out the army guard barely blinked when we walked out!
Our tour guide was Toan. Toan was extremely helpful and friendly. He speaks fluent English. We visited several places: Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Temple of Literature, Ethnology Museum, Lacquer shop and Pagado.
We wished we had more time at the Ethnology Museum, we could have spent at least 3 hours there because it was fascinating learning about the different tribes in Vietnam. Lunch was delicious. If we were to visit Hanoi again, we would probably just take a taxi ride to the museum and spend the whole day there by ourselves.
If we were to do this tour again, my partner and I would probably opt for a private tour of 2-4 people. We had around 16 people in our group which meant we had to wait for others and had less time at each place. Nevertheless, we had the opportunity to meet tourists from other countries.
We participated in two other tours whilst we were in Hanoi and hands down, Toan was the best tour guide of them all! Thank you Toan for such an amazing day.
Emerging from French relics and lush greenery of Ba Vi National Park, the reception pavilion of Melia Ba Vi Mountain Retreat exudes Vietnam’s soul at first glance with Vietnamese house architecture characterized by wooden structures topped by steep roofs, nostalgic furnishings and decorations.
Hanoi’s Old Quarter is the traditional heart of the Vietnamese capital with each of the 36 streets in this rustic enclave dedicated to a particular trade — there’s haberdashery street, hardware street, porcelain street — and visitors can spend hours wandering the network of narrow lanes that haven’t changed much in decades.
When exploring this tourist city in Vietnam, visitors will find lots of sellers of typical Vietnamese knick-knacks. Starting from ceramics to traditional clothes typical of this country. In this city there are many narrow roads, so the best way to enjoy this city is by bicycle.
If visitors walk around the streets of Old Town Hoi An at night, they will be able to find lots of lanterns installed on the road. The atmosphere at night will feel more beautiful and feel more viscous in the old Vietnamese style with the strains of instrumental songs.
Along the way in this tourist spot in Vietnam, visitors will also find lots of food vendors from food stalls on the side of the road. Usually several restaurant guards will offer to stop and enjoy the menu at their respective restaurants.