Hanoi is capital of Vietnam, situated in the Vietnam’s Red River delta, nearly 90 km away from the coastal area. Hanoi is the heart of Vietnam which is perhaps Asia’s most graceful, atmospheric and exotic capital city with showcasing weeping boulevards, tree-fringed lake and ancient pagoda. It’s an energetic city on the move, and it often seems Hanoi ambitious citizens are determined to make up for lost time. Hanoi is a perfect destination for those who want to discover Vietnam culture and history and locals’ lifestyle. Spend your day to visit historical relics, museums and traditional handicraft villages in the suburb of the city. At night, tasting delicious street foods, trying local egg coffees, drinking “Bia Hoi” at Ta Hien Street will make your trip much more memorable.
When to go?
There are four seasons in Hanoi but you can visit Hanoi at any time of year since each season has particular beauties. However, spring and autumn is the best time. Spring in Hanoi lasts from February to April with humid and wet climate.
Ha Noi is the most beautiful and romantic in autumn. This is the best time to visit Ha Noi. Autumn is quite short, from middle of September to the end of November with the average temperature is 25 ºC.
How to get there?
Center of Hanoi City is the Old Quarter, about 32km from Noibai airport and it takes 45- 60 minute to get there.