Ha noi

Ha noi

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Hanoi is the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, the center of culture, politics, economy and trade of the whole country. Ha Noi was acknowledged by UNESCO as Peace city in 1999 and the imperial citadel of Thang Long was list in UNESCO’s world heritage site in 2010.Ha Noi has recently celebrated its 1000th Birthday, in October 10, 2010 – the oldest continuing capital city in S.E. Asia. Hanoi architecture is a fascinating blend of East and West, with Chinese influence from centuries of dominance, and French design from its colonial past. It is largely unspoiled by modern architecture of the 1970s and 80s, and is now going through a modernization that is making it a rising star in Southeast Asia.

As the capital of Vietnam for almost a thousand years where every dynasty has left behind their imprint. Even though some relics have not survived through wars and time, the city still has many interesting cultural and historic monuments for visitors and residents alike. Some of the prominent places are: The Temple of Literature (Văn Miếu), site of the oldest university in Vietnam; One Pillar Pagoda (Chùa Một Cột); Flag Tower of Hanoi (Cột cờ Hà Nội); The Old Quarter and Hoàn Kiếm lake. Hanoi is also home to a number of museums, including the Vietnamese National History Museum, the National Museum of Ethnology, the National Museum of Fine Arts and the Revolution Museum . The Old Quarter, near the scenic Hoan Kiem lake, has the original street layout and architecture of the old Hanoi. At the beginning of 20th century, the city consisted of only about 36 streets, most of which are now part of the old quarter. Each street then comprised of merchants and households specialized in a particular trade, such as silk traders, jewelry, etc. The street names nowadays still reflect these specializations, although few of them remain exclusively in their original commerce. The area is in general famous for its small artisans and merchants, including many silk shops. Local cuisine specialties as well as several clubs and bars can be found here also. A night market (near Đồng Xuân market) in the heart of the district opens for business every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evening with a variety of clothing, souvenirs, and food. West Lake (Hồ Tây) is a popular place for people to hang out. It is the largest lake in Hanoi, and there are many temples to visit in the area. There are small boats for hire, and a floating restaurant which has been operating for a couple of decades.

Climate: Hanoi is situated in a tropical monsoon zone with two main seasons. During the dry season, which lasts from October to April, it is cold and there is very little rainfall, except from January to March, when the weather is still cold but there is some light rain. The wet season, from May to September, is hot with heavy rains and storms. The average annual temperature is 23.20C (73.70F) and the average annual rainfall is 1,800mm. The average temperature in winter is 17.20C (62.90F), but can go down to 80C (46.40F). The average temperature in summer is 29.20C (84.60F), but can reach up to 390C (102.20F).

Country Vietnam
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Languages spokenVietnamese
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Area (km2)3328.9 KM2

 

Hanoi old quarter

As a capital of Vietnam with more than 1000 years of history, Hanoi has many cultural and historic sites that attract a lot of tourists nationwide. Hanoi's Old Quarter with unique characters represents the eternal soul of the city. In spite of often being called the "36 Old Streets", there are more than 36 actual streets, each of which is named for the products or service it specializes in. For example, Hang Gai Street offers silk clothing, embroidery, and silver products, Hang Quat Street sells colored funeral and festival flags and religious objects, Hang Ma Street provides paper products, such as gift wrappings, wedding decorations, etc.

Other interesting places worth exploring are the Temple of Literature which is Vietnam's first university, Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum which is a large memorial to commemorate the beloved leader of the country, One Pillar Pagoda that is a famous historic Buddhist temple in Hanoi, and many other places.

Temple of literature

Temple of literature

There are numerous lakes in Hanoi. The most well known ones are Hoan Kiem Lake, West Lake, Halais Lake, Bay Mau Lake. Hoan Kiem Lake (The Lake of the Restored Sword) located in the heart of the city is one of the most enchanting spots in Hanoi. On an islet at the south end of the lake stands the Tortoise Tower built to pay homage to the golden turtle. Many postcard sellers, hawkers, photographers, freelance money changers are easily found along the bank of the lake. Another popular place that is worth paying a visit is West Lake which is the largest lake in Hanoi with a perimeter of 17 km. There are many temples, pagodas, hotels and restaurants in the area.

Hanoi Thang Long citadel

Hanoi Thang Long citadel

Not only is Hanoi famous for historical sites and lakes but it is abundant in entertainment places. There are a wide variety of theaters such as Opera House, Cultural Friendship Palace, Vietnam Drama Theatre, Youth Theatre, serving various kinds of modern and traditional art performances. Besides, Hanoi has the most diversified museum system in Vietnam. For example, Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Ethnology, Ho Chi Minh Museum, Museum of Vietnamese History are the places where many historic documents, articles, pictures, exhibits as well as art works are displayed to welcome local and international visitors. In addition, there are myriad karaoke bars, cinemas, dance clubs, bowling alleys and shopping malls providing tourists with numerous chances for relaxing and amusing.

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

Hanoi's distinctive culture is also reflected through cuisine. There are many specialties well known nationwide such as La Vong grilled fish pies, rolled cakes, fried shrimp cake in West Lake, green rice flakes, etc. Especially, the most famous dish in Hanoi capital is Pho which is a rice noodle soup eaten as breakfast at home or food stalls. Rich food tradition in the capital city has much contributed to culinary art of Vietnam.

As the major metropolitan area of Northern Vietnam and the country's political and cultural center, Hanoi is the destination of visitors within and out o Vietnam.From Hanoi, it is possible to take day trips to nearby handicraft villages such as the Bat Trang pottery village, the Van Phuc silk village or well-known destinations of Tam Coc or the Perfume Pagoda. Hanoi is also a good base for excursions to Ha Long Bay and to Sa Pa as well as the northern mountains where you can sample life in rural Vietnam.

Interesting places & activities

Useful information

Taxi Aiport:

From the airport: Taxis to downtown Hanoi can be hired at Noi Bai at a cost of 20USD/car and be supposed to drop you and your hotel in the city center. (Be specific about hotel name and hotel address to avoid unnecessary scams). However, it is advisable that you pay in dong, given the prevailing USD/VND exchange rate. In Vietnamese Dong, the rate for 4 seat taxis is about 350.000. Getting around Hanoi, Taxis are the best way to travel long distances, but the cyclos, or Pedi cabs, are a cheap way to make shorter trips. Taxi fares are not always consistent, and the rates for each taxi company have not been standardized. For lone travelers, rides on the back of motorbikes (actually low-powered scooters) are popular too (known as xe om, literally meaning hug-motorbike).

Nightlife in Hanoi:

The liveliest venues are undoubtedly the “bia hoi” outlets which are a fun, friendly and above all cheap way to enjoy a beer, some food and soak up some genuine Vietnamese culture. The most popular places to try "Bia Hoi'' are Ta Hien and Luong Ngoc Quyen Streets. Try the Old Quarter and streets west of Hoan Kiem Lake. For something a little more western, head to the Polite Pub (5 Bao Khanh), Funky Monkey (15b Hang thung), or Le Pub (31 Hang Be). For Nightclubs, head to Apocalypse Now (5C Hoa Ma), Ho Guom Xanh (32 Ly Thai To) and Hale Club (64 Nguyen Du).

Speciality food in Hanoi

ho is globally famous and it is believed that Hanoi Pho is the best. Pho or rice noodle soup was “invented” in the early 20th century. Pho is omnipresent in Hanoi, appearing anywhere from street vendors to high end restaurant chain like Pho 24. Pho is served with the choice of chicken or beef. There are also a variety of sub dish for each kind of meat, using from beef tenderloin to beef brisket, chicken wing to chicken thigh. An insider tip is looking for the place where locals gather the most and you know where you should order and sit down.

Where to try:
Pho Ly Quoc Su at 10 Ly Quoc Su street

Pho Cuong at 23 Hang Muoi

Pho Bat Dan at 49 Bat Dan

 

2. Bún thang:

Bun is rice vermicelli which is like spaghetti. Bun thang is one of the most popular yet hidden fares in Hanoi as it is quite complicated to cook.  Bun thang can hardly find outside of the Old quarters or a few special restaurants scattering across the city. The chicken broth is artistically done and the dish is beautifully served. Bun thang is a harmonious blend of color- the yellow of sliced egg; the white of bun; the off-white of chicken and the green of onions and herbs. Enjoy bun thang in such a setting gives the meal enormous highlights in your trip to Hanoi.

Where to try:
Bun thang Ba Duc - 48 Cau Go street

Bun Thang 13 Gia Ngu

 

3. Cha ca:
Cha ca is listed as one of the top 100 things you must try before you die by many cuisine experts. Cha ca is delicately grilled fish and it is served with rice vermicelli, peanut, green onions, dills and shrimp paste. The fish is carefully chosen so that there are not too many bones and fishy smells. A glass of bia hoi or tra da will definitely give your meal more flavour.
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Where to try:
Cha ca La Vong restaurant - on 14 Cha Ca street (the first restaurant serves cha ca and is renowned for its traditional and qualiy)

Cha Ca Kinh Ky – 25 Duong Thanh street

 

4. Bun Cha (Grilled Pork)
Bun cha is the rice vermicelli served with grilled pork dipped in sweet and sour fish sauce. Bun cha is no doubt the signature dish of Hanoi. Bun cha is easily found at almost every neighborhood of Hanoi. Bu cha is served all day long but most local people have it for lunch. A combination of grilled pork, salty-sweet broth, slices of green papaya, rice noodles, and fresh herbs is a tasty meal that you will never forget.

 

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Where to try:

Bun cha Dac Kim - No.1, Hang Manh Street, Old Quarter Hanoi

Bun cha Sinh Tu – 35 Hang Than

Bun cha – 153 Mai Hac De

 

5. Banh My Hanoi (Hanoi Bread)
Banh my is most popular food  in Hanoi as you can find it at every corner. Banh my is diversified in its flavor. But the bánh mỳ is basically a blank slate to which cooks can add whatever they desire. At most banh my stands, you can order between Banh my Pate (pate and meat) and banh my trung (egg) to go with mayonnaise, pickled carrots and daikon, jalapeños and gobs of cold cuts. Other flavors of banh my you can try are banh my with grilled pork, banh my with barbeque chicken or beef, doner kebab or banh my with French fries.

 


Where to try:

Banh My ba Dan - 34 Lo Su

Banh my stand at corner of Hang Thung and Nguyen Huu Huan street

Banh my stand, 14 Hang Chuoi

 

6. Hanoi coffee & special egg-milk coffee

You can easily find good coffee in Vietnam. But Hanoi coffee and the way to enjoy coffee in Hanoi is unique. Besides traditional coffee, brewed with a phin and served with sweet milk and/or a spoonful of sugar, Hanoians create new ways to enjoy coffee, such as ca phe trung (egg coffee) and ca phe sua chua (yogurt coffee) which are highly recommended to try. Hanoi also offers both local coffee shops and western style coffee shops. Though, having a cup of coffee at a modern and luxury or pavement cafes, you can still dwell into the rhythms of the street and embrace Hanoi from all of its sides, from old to new ones, and from traditional to modern & quirky ones.

 


Where to try:
Lam - 60, 91 Nguyen Huu Huan street

Giang – 39 Nguyen Huu Huan street

Nang Coffee – 6 Hang Bac street

Ca phe Pho Co – 11 Hang Gai street

Cong’s Coffee chains

 

8. Xôi (sticky rice):
Sticky rice is another specialty of Hanoi and you can find it outside almost all outdoor markets.. Xoi xeo is the most popular one which is sticky rice topped with ground de-hulled mung bean and fried onion. Depend on your request, it can be served with fired or stewed eggs, steamed chicken breast or pork floss. The serving is really filling and it is good for any time of the day but most Vietnamese have it for breakfast or lunch.
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Where to try:
Xoi Yen – 35 Nguyen Huu Huan street

Xoi – 57 Tho Nhuom street

 

9. Bánh cuốn:
Banh cuon (literally rolled crepe) is steamed crepe from rice flour and water stuffed inside with minced pork, wood-ear and seasoning. Banh cuon is made when you order so it is hot and savory. Banh cuon is served with pork roll or pork sausage, dipping into nuoc mam, a mixture of fish sauce, sugar and lime.

 


Where to try:
Banh cuon Gia An – 25 Thai Phien street/ 2A Lo Duc street

Banh cuon Thanh Van – 14 Hang Ga street

 

One pillar pagoda

One pillar pagoda

A village existed here at least as early as the 3rd century. century AD, and a defensive citadel was established in the 8. The official origins of this great capital city go back to the year 1010. According to legend, while the new king, Ly Thai To, was in his royal barge on the river, he saw a golden dragon flew up towards the heavens. This was a good omen, so he moved his court from Hoa Lu to here, renaming his new capital city, Thang Long, “City of the Rising Dragon”. The heart of Thang Long Citadel was the king’s sanctuary in the ‘Forbidden City’, but a growing collection of villages of commoners grew up around the walls.

More name changes over the centuries, and in 1802, the Nguyen dynasty moved their capital from here to the central city of Hue. In 1831, Emperor Tu Duc changed the name of the former royal capital to ‘Ha Noi’ - “City in a bend of the River”. While Ha Noi was no longer home to royalty, it was destined to soon become an important political centre again. The French colonialists occupied Hanoi in 1883, and it became their main administrative centre for all of French Indo-china (Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos). Hanoi became the capital of their new colony of Tonkin (northern Viet Nam). Cochin-china (the southern 1/3rd of Viet Nam) had become a French colony in 1862. The Nguyen dynasty continued to rule from Hue, nominally at least, until 1945, but the French ‘pulled the strings’, dethroning any patriotic kings who opposed them.

On September 2, 1945, the free and independent nation of Viet Nam was proclaimed in Hanoi by Ho Chi Minh, before a huge crowd gathered in Ba Dinh Square, near Ho’s mausoleum today. The August Revolution had seized power throughout the country. The last king, Bao Dai, abdicated power to the new revolutionary republican government, led by Ho, thus ending the feudal monarchy. This independence was short-lived. The French eventually fought their way back to reclaim their colonial power, with increasing support from the U.S. The Viet Minh had to fight a bloody 9-year war against the French, finally culminating in the historic victory at Dien Bien Phu, which ended French colonialism in Indo-china. In 1954, after the Dien Bien Phu victory, Ho’s government returned to Hanoi, greeted by excited crowds. But yet again, foreign interference conspired to deny them the victory they had won on the battlefield, and in Geneva. So began the 21-year American War. In 1965, US aircraft began to attack Ha Noi, culminating in the infamous B52 bombing campaign of 12 days and nights of Christmas, 1972. Even this could not defeat Ha Noi’s fighting spirit, any more than the many earlier invasions by feudal Chinese, Mongols, Japanese, Nationalist Chinese or the French. Finally, on April 30, 1975, Viet Nam won its independence and reunification, as the Ho Chi Minh Campaign liberated the south.

In July 1976, Hanoi was officially declared the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Ha Noi – the heart and soul of Viet Nam - was named City of Peace by UNESCO in the year 2000. Now, Ha Noi has recently celebrated its 1000th Birthday, in October 10, 2010 – the oldest continuing capital city in S.E. Asia.

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