TOP LOCATIONS YOU MUST VISIT IN HANOI VIETNAM

Hanoi is a bustling city with so much to do and see. Yet, sometimes people miss some of the best things Hanoi has to offer whilst ticking off all the major tourist attractions. Here is a list of the best hidden places in Hanoi you may not know and are definitely worth a visit!

1. Phung Hung Art Project

The Phung Hung Art Project is a collaboration between Vietnamese and South Korean artists in celebration of 25 years of diplomatic relations. These beautiful paintings leading up to the famous Long Bien Bridge depict traditional and modern life in Vietnam. The aim of the project is to create a space for locals and tourists to enjoy. These beautiful pieces of art have revived a once dull looking wall on the outskirts of the bustling Old Quarter into a vibrant and interactive attraction.

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Hanoi is a fascinating city that we urge travelers not to miss! This list of the best places in Hanoi you may not know will guide you to having a more interesting and fun trip.

2. Quang Ba Flower Market

Away from the tourist hub of the Hanoi Old Quarter, you’ll find an area called Tay Ho. This area tends to attract all the expat teachers living in Hanoi. However, right in the center of Tay Ho, you can find the bustling wholesale flower market, where majority of Hanoi flower sellers source their produce. However, there is a catch to experiencing this market in all its glory. The flower market is actually pretty quiet during the day but is most active and vibrant in the early hours of the morning, before the sun rises. Between 2am and 5am, where cyclists and motorbikes line up along Au Co to snatch up the lushest and freshest blooms.

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Hanoi is a fascinating city that we urge travelers not to miss! This list of the best places in Hanoi you may not know will guide you to having a more interesting and fun trip.

3. Truc Bach

Truc Bach is a quiet area right next door to the bustling Old Quarter. The Old Quarter is known to be the best place to view the mixture between the French colonial buildings and the Vietnamese culture. However, Truc Bach is the perfect setting to do the same but with less people, bikes and chaos. Additionally, the bright and beautiful Cua Bac Church can be found in Truc Bach, which can be found at 56 Phan Đình Phùng. As you step outside the church gates, you’ll find yourself on a road lined with beautiful old trees and traditional French buildings. Additionally, the Trac Bach Lake has great relevance within the Vietnamese War, which you can read all about in the Hoa Lo Prison.

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4. Street Art

Hanoi isn’t exactly known for its street art but you’ll be pleasantly surprised to know that there are some beautiful pieces of street art around the city, often in places you don’t expect. As you take a stroll along the railway tracks on Train Street, you’ll find some very interesting pieces dotted between the various cafes. Yen Phu Street is home to a beautiful piece of a young woman and you can also find another piece along the road adjacent to Truc Bach Lake, named Truc Bach Street.

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Hanoi is a fascinating city that we urge travelers not to miss! This list of the best places in Hanoi you may not know will guide you to having a more interesting and fun trip.

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