Autumn in Hanoi – the beautiful symphony, so dreamy

02/10/2020
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“There were appearances, like fireworks being shot up in the dark sky. Although only in a moment, but lit up the light in this life of you! “

The summer days pass, fall is coming; we love Hanoi madly again. In Hanoi, yellow leaves fall, Trinh’s music resound; the flow of people is hustle, crowded but gentle, strangely loving. Just like that, our heart is flustered, excited, enchanted and rejoicing.

Autumn in Hanoi – the beautiful symphony, so dreamy! Let me tell you something about Hanoi. It is the light yellow color of flowers and leaves, and the aroma of passionate milk flowers.

Autumn in Hanoi – the beautiful symphony, so dreamy

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The Old Quarter – the 36 streets

“Do you hear the autumn raindrops fall

Do you hear the golden deer love call

And do you hear the rhythm of

Natures song she’s singing of

Autumns wish to see our lovers fall in love

 

Do you see the autumn clouds at play?

Do you see how sorrow fades away?

And do you know when autumn comes?

There’s new hope in everyone

Do you know my heart’s dream is loving you…”

Autumn in Hanoi – the beautiful symphony, so dreamy

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Early in the autumn morning, we walk around the familiar shops in the heart of Hanoi 36 streets. Enjoy, inhale the fresh aftertaste of Ha Thanh autumn color.

The weather will be cold, the scent of milk flowers gently glides over; this is the time when we should be filled with the quintessence of unique Hanoi cuisine. A bowl of hot beef pho, a set of fresh and delicious bun cha or a plate of hot “banh cuon” (Vietnamese name), the scent of scallions, mushrooms and pork, … Well, what a perfect breakfast for autumn weather fresh today.

Autumn in Hanoi – the beautiful symphony, so dreamy

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Romance – “dating” autumn in Hanoi with Ao dai

We have a beautiful background with nice autumn weather; but why let them “tasteless” like that. Let’s embellish this picture the color of romance – “dating” Hanoi autumn with flowing ao dai. That is a great suggestion.

On the road covered with many leaves, lotus leaves, the aroma of lotus, the aroma of com; or the lotus flowers at the end of the crop; … All in all, they adorn the beauty of a lovely, poetic young girl in the traditional ao dai of the nation. Just like that, the beauty, the harmony appears in front of passersby. Gentle, refreshing, and strangely traditional.

Autumn in Hanoi – the beautiful symphony, so dreamy

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Suggest a schedule to visit Hanoi capital in autumn

If you live in Hue, Saigon or a foreigner; Let’s learn more about the capital of Vietnam in depth and detail. Surely, that is what gives you a new, genuine and proud, resilient outlook. I will suggest a schedule to visit Hanoi in the autumn, please refer!

Hanoi is located in the Red River Delta, in the center of North Viet Nam, is the capital of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, the center of culture, politics, economy and trade of the whole country. Throughout the thousand years of its eventful history, marked by destruction, wars and natural calamities, Ha Noi still preserves many ancient architectural works including the Old Quarter and over 600 pagodas and temples. Famous sites include the One Pillar Pagoda (built-in 1049), the Temple of Literature (built-in 1070), Ha Noi Citadel, Ha Noi Opera House, President Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum and so on.

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Itinerary of Hanoi Citytour full day

In the morning: Ho Chi Minh Complex – Thang Long Imperial Citadel

07h45-08h00: We’ll pick you up from your hotel take you to visit:

Ho Chi Minh Complex, which includes

  • Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum – the final resting place of the beloved national hero, Uncle Ho. (Note: On Mondays and Fridays, Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is closed, so visitors should only stand to visit from outside.)
  • The President Ho Chi Minh’s stilt house where he lived off and on from 1958 to 1969.
  • You’ll visit the One Pillar Pagoda, which is actually a group of structures that collectively make up a pagoda built over the water in the middle of a square lake.
  • The next place to visit is Ho Chi Minh’s museum, Ho Chi Minh Museum is one of Vietnam’s largest museums. The museum focuses mainly on displaying artifacts and documents about Ho Chi Minh’s life and people.

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Thang Long Imperial Citadel is a relic complex associated with the history of Thang Long – Dong Kinh citadel and Hanoi citadel starting from the pre-Thang Long-period (An Nam dynasty ruled the 7th century) through Dinh – pre-Le period, thriving under the Ly, Tran, Le dynasty and Hanoi province under the Nguyen Dynasty. This is a huge architectural work, built by kings during many historical periods and becoming one of the most important monuments in the system of Vietnamese monuments.

Noon: You have lunch at the restaurant.

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In the afternoon, you’ll visit

  • Tran Quoc Pagoda, which is located on an island to the east of West Lake (Tay Ho district). The temple has a history of nearly 1500 years, is considered the oldest in Thang Long – Hanoi. The pagoda architecture has a harmonious combination of the majesty and the ancient with the elegant landscape among of an immense lake. It was the Buddhist center of Thang Long citadel in the Ly and Tran dynasties.
  • Quan Thanh Temple, the temple dating from Ly Thai To (1010 – 1028), worships Huyen Thien Tran Vu, is one of the four gods who was set up to keep the four gates of Thang Long citadel called Thang Long’s four towns.
  • Temple of literature, which was Viet Nam’s first university and is dedicated to Confucius.
  • Hoan Kiem Lake – the heart and soul of Hanoi and visit Ngoc Son Temple.

16h30-17h00: Take the car to come back to your hotel. Finish unforgettable full day Hanoi Sightseeing!

Go and feel Hanoi through your dreamy lens!

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