Top Must-Visit Place In Hanoi
The Temple of Literature was considered the oldest university in Vietnam which symbolized the studious tradition of the Vietnamese people. It is one of the most outstanding destinations that can charm every tourist coming to Hanoi with its historical and cultural value.
The entire relic is divided into 5 layers of space, corresponding to 5 courtyards with different architectural works. Coming here, you will have a chance to see many unique structures like the house of stone turtle steles or the Khue Van pavilion – a symbolic spot featured on the back of the 100,000 VND banknote.
Tours Hanoi not only gives you the most beautiful destination in Hanoi, but you also discover the history and famous people in Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Ba Dinh Square is the final resting place of Ho Chi Minh, who is the most iconic and popular leader of Vietnam. President Ho Chi Minh spent his whole life dedicated to the nation and people in this country, so Vietnamese usually call him by a familiar name: “‘Uncle Ho”. His body is preserved here in a glass case at the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in central Hanoi.
For tourists with day tours in Hanoi, security in Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is tight and visitors should dress with respect (no shorts, sleeveless shirts and miniskirts) and everyone has to deposit their bags and cameras before getting in. Visitors are not allowed to stop and hold up the queue, as the place is constantly busy.
One Pillar Pagoda was originally named Lien Hoa Dai with unique architecture: a shrine placed on a single pillar. Lien Hoa Dai is the most famous work in the architectural complex of Dien Huu Pagoda.
The One Pillar Pagoda represents a lotus flower growing up from the water, which is also the national flower of Vietnam. This destination is not only a famous tourist attraction but also a religious place for local pilgrims. It is seen together with the Perfume Pagoda, as one of the two most iconic temples in Vietnam.