Rank in Vietnam
Rank in Asia
Hanoi, a former French colonial city, is known for its delectable cuisine, charming nightlife, vibrantly colored silks, and traditional handicrafts. Located on the banks of the Red River, this capital city of Vietnam boasts a multicultural community, a very well-preserved, ancient architecture, numerous religious shrines, and several museums that preserve the turbulent history of an extremely rich, Southeast Asian culture. Spread over a large area, the city’s Old Quarter is where tourists can find the heart of the city.
With numerous Chinese and French influences and more than 1000 years of history, the majestic Hanoi may have lost some of its former glorious nicknames (including Thang Long or "the Ascending Dragon"), yet it hasn't forgotten its past. This charming capital city has aged well and made extensive efforts to preserve its iconic Old Quarter, its monuments, as well as its colonial past. At the same time, it has made room for modern developments. It is an important economic powerhouse of the country and has been rated one of the most dynamic cities worldwide. Hanoi is the second largest city of Vietnam in terms of population.
Along with a thriving urban culture, tourists can enjoy the natural beauty of the region, as the city is surrounded by hills and valleys dotted with charming villages.
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