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Hanoi

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About Hanoi

Discover Hanoi with the best Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Valid for 12 months

Valid for 12 months

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3 must-see hop-off attractions

With scooter-filled streets and a fantastic food scene, Hanoi is a vibrant city featuring countless temples and pagodas, gorgeous architecture revealing French and Chinese influences, and a handful markets where you can pick up souvenirs at unbeatable prices. The capital of Vietnam is truly unlike any other and there is no better way to discover the best that Hanoi has to offer than on a City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off tour. Hop off at Hanoi Cathedral and explore the narrow streets of the Old Quarter before your way to Hoan Kiem Lake, which is perhaps the most famous spot in the city and rumoured to have a mythical resident turtle. Hop back on your city tour and make your way to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum to pay your respects to the found of modern-day Vietnam. Finally, you can’t miss the Temple of Literature, which honours the country’s finest scholars and is the site of Vietnam’s first university. There are countless things to see and do when visiting, but each of these stops are an essential part of any trip to Hanoi.

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Did you know?

For nearly 4,000 years puppetry has existed in several parts of the world, but did you know the culture of water puppetry is something unique to Vietnam? Water puppetry in Vietnam was first introduced by the Ly Dynasty over 1,000 years ago. Originally, shows were performed in the rice paddies of the Red River where puppeteers performed for local rice farmers. Today, the water puppet show at Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre in Hanoi attracts thousands of spectators each year and is the country’s most famous and traditionally significant entertainment show. Each performance represents village folklore and gives the audience an inside look to rural Vietnamese customs, culture, and traditions.