Hanoi – A Political, economic and culture centre of the country

6 Dec

Thang Long – Hanoi is not only a convergence of the political, cultural, historical, but also a  friendly and safe attractive destination.

Thang Long – Hanoi is not only a convergence of the political, cultural, historical, and social – economic quintessence built up over a thousand years of national construction and defence of the Vietnamese nation, but also an attractive, friendly and safe tourist destination in the region and the world as well.

The Presidential Palace on Hung Vuong avenue where State-level ceremonies are held to welcome foreign Heads of State during their travel to Vietnam.

The Presidential Palace

Hanoi Flag Tower on Dien Bien Phu Street near the historical Ba Dinh Square.

Hanoi Flag Tower

The house-on-stilt of President Ho Chi Minh in the Presidential Palace built in 1967 welcomes millions of visitors in Vietnam Tourism a year.

The House-on-stilt and Uncle Ho Fish Pond

President Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, inaugurated on August 28,1975, is an eternal resting place of the national liberation hero and world’s outstanding cultural celebrity.

Ho Chi Minh mausoleum

Hanoi Opera House was built in 1901 and completed in 1911 as design of Paris Opera. it was restore in 1997.

Hanoi Opera House – A True Beautiful Building in Hanoi

Dong Xuan Market was built in 1890 in the present-day Hoan Kiem District. It regrouped two markets of the old Thang Long, i.e. Cau Dong Market and Bach Ma Market near the To River.

Dong Xuan Marke – Wholesale Market in Hanoi

The  National Convention Centre was built in 2006. Its wave-like roof manifests the idea of Vietnam’s integration into the world and looking towards the future.

The  National Convention Centre

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