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The Travel suggests tourists to visit Hoan Kiem or Sword Lake and the Hanoi Old Quarter, which are among the most well-known landmarks in Hanoi. Located in Hanoi downtown, Sword Lake, its ancient turtoise tower, and other historical landmarks like The Huc Bridge, Ngoc Son Temple, and Pen Tower are must-visit places.
Located near the Sword Lake, Hanoi's Old Quarter is a densely populated area with 36 streets offering diverse types of products.
A souvenir shop in Hanoi’s Old Quarter
“Visiting the Old Quarter, you’ll have a chance to explore the local daily life, culture, and people. You will definitely have to taste the local delicious food,” said The Travel. Let's enjoy peaceful moments of Hanoi.
A house in Hanoi’s Old Quarter.
A funny cyclo driver
Wandering the Old Quarter is super fun
Favourite souvenirs of Hanoi
The Pho restaurant on Ly Quoc Su street has earned its fame both at home and abroad. (Photo: Nguyen Anh Dung)
A couple and their mobile restaurant offering Hanoi’s fried rolls, a famous dish of Vietnam.
Pavement coffee-shops are favorite stops of many tourists.
Two writers from Ho Chi Minh City enjoy lemon ice tea and Hanoi’s young green rice near St. Joseph Cathedral in downtown Hanoi
Hanoi's food is delicious.
A corner of Hanoi
Bright smiles of foreign visitors to Hanoi – a city for peace

Peaceful moments of Hanoi

(VOVWORLD) - Hanoi has been listed among the best 10 cities to go for honeymoon in Asia by The Travel, a leading travel site of Canada. Vietnam’s capital is ranked second in the list, released by the site last month.