German magazine suggests 6 things to do in Hanoi

Travelbook suggests that visitors visit the Temple of Literature, Uncle Ho’s mausoleum, take a cyclo through 36 old streets and eat pho…

The famous German travel magazine, Travelbook, suggests 6 things to see and do in Hanoi.  According to Travelbook, the capital of Vietnam not only has many scenic spots but also colorful markets, vibrant life despite chaotic traffic.  The magazine rated this as one of the top destinations in Southeast Asia.  Photo: Unsplash
Hanoi not only has many scenic spots but also colorful markets, and vibrant life, despite chaotic traffic. The famous German travel magazine, Travelbook, rated this as one of the top famous destinations in Southeast Asia. Here are 6 suggested things to see and do in Hanoi. Photo: Unsplash
Visiting the Temple of Literature is what Travelbook considers the first thing to do when coming to Hanoi.  This is the first university in Vietnam.  Today, visitors can visit the turtle steles, the dignified campus with lotus ponds and water lily ponds.  Temple of Literature is a rare peaceful and quiet place in the midst of a vibrant city.  Visitors from Europe feel the harmony between antiques and needles when coming here through the thousand-year-old walls.  Photo: Unsplash
Visiting the Temple of Literature is what Travelbook considers the first thing to do when coming to Hanoi. This is the first university in Vietnam. Today, visitors can visit the stele, the dignified campus with lotus ponds and water lily ponds. Temple of Literature is a rare peaceful and quiet place in the midst of a vibrant city. Visitors will feel the harmony between the ancient and the needle when coming here through the thousand-year-old walls. Photo: Unsplash
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is majestic on the large Ba Dinh square.  For Vietnamese, this is one of the most important attractions in the country.  Visitors come to pay their respects to Uncle Ho.  Travelbook notes that Western visitors to visit need to keep quiet, wear appropriate clothes and not take pictures.  Putting your hands in your pockets is also considered disrespectful.  Photo: Unsplash
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum on Ba Dinh Square. For the Vietnamese, this is one of the most important attractions in the country. Visitors come to pay their respects to Uncle Ho. Travelbook notes that visitors should keep quiet, wear appropriate clothes and not take photos in prohibited areas. Putting your hands in your pockets is also considered disrespectful. Photo: Unsplash
One Pillar Pagoda is one of the oldest pagodas in Hanoi.  The pagoda was built on a wooden trunk more than 1,000 years ago.  In the 1950s, the original rotting wooden trunk should be replaced with a concrete pole.  Westerners should come here to walk around this area because there are surrounding housing buildings among the most beautiful and impressive in Hanoi.  Photo: Staffan Scherz/Flickr
One Pillar Pagoda is one of the oldest pagodas in Hanoi. The pagoda was built on a wooden trunk more than 1,000 years ago. In the 1950s, the original rotting wooden trunk should be replaced with a concrete pole. Westerners should come here to walk around this area because there are surrounding housing buildings among the most beautiful and impressive in Hanoi. Photo: Staffan Scherz/Flickr
Coming to Hanoi, the experience of riding a cyclo through 36 streets is not to be missed.  The magazine rated it as a rather risky experience when traveling on a street with crowded cars.  However, visitors will feel the special rhythm of the city and pass by restaurants, shops, and handicraft businesses that have existed for generations.  Photo: Unsplash
Cycling through 36 streets is an experience not to be missed. The magazine rated this as a rather risky experience when traveling on a busy street. However, visitors will feel the special rhythm of the city, passing by restaurants, shops, and handicraft businesses that have existed for generations. Photo: Unsplash
Watching a water puppet show is a must-do when coming to Hanoi.  This theatrical art has a tradition of more than 1,000 years in Vietnam.  There are two popular places to visit: Thang Long Puppet Theater at 57B Dinh Tien Hoang and Vietnam Puppet Theater at 361 Truong Chinh.  Photo: Martin Sasse/picture alliance/DUMONT Bildarchiv
Watching a water puppet show is a must-do when coming to Hanoi. This theatrical art has a tradition of more than 1,000 years in Vietnam. There are two popular places to visit: Thang Long Puppet Theater at 57B Dinh Tien Hoang and Vietnam Puppet Theater at 361 Truong Chinh. Photo: Martin Sasse/ picture alliance/DUMONT Bildarchiv
If you have traveled to other places in Vietnam but have never eaten pho, you should try it at least once in Hanoi.  The magazine rated the dish with a fragrant broth, prepared with a variety of herbs, rice noodle soup and beef.  In some restaurants, there is a vegetarian pho option.  Photo: Rice Cake
If you have traveled to other places in Vietnam but have never eaten pho , you should try it at least once in Hanoi. The dish has fragrant broth with rich flavor, soft chewy noodle soup, and beef. In some restaurants, there is a vegetarian pho option. Photo: Rice Cake

 (According to Travelbook )

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