Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is located on the banks of the Red River. This is a dynamic city where people can find the best entertainments, cuisine and even career.
More than 1000 years ago, when the country was under the reign of the Ly Dynasty, the first King of the dynasty had a great vision as the head of a country, moved the capital from Hoa Lu, a mountainous reason to Ha Noi, temporarily called Thang Long as he foresaw the potentials of the flat area.
And, the King was correct, Hanoi nowadays is on of the most hustle and bustle cities throughout the country. It has been over a millenium, but the meaning of Hanoi city to Vietnameses never changes. Hanoi is always the heart of Vietnam where all the citizens look at on every special national occasions.
With its valuable geographic location, Hanoi has become the center of culture, politics, education and economy. People from all over the country flock there to study at the top universities, start their own career and business. Domestic and foreign visitors coming towards Hanoi more and more to experience the unique culture and cuisine. All this builds up a super busy city all day and night.
It is easy to find hustling crowded at late night with countless of people laughing, drinking, eating or shopping around in Hanoi. Not being granted with stunning natural scenes as the advantage for tourism but Hanoi does really know how to lure tourists. Hanoi doesn’t need beautiful landscapes to be its back, Hanoi is born charming. Everything of this land from a small corner on some street to an ancient house quietly on some alley or a huge modern building on some evenue has something very special that stop tourists’ steps.
Never miss this wonderfull city of Hanoi on your travel map to Vietnam, come and taste the flavor of a city combined by the modern life and ancient values in harmony.
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