1. Walking around Hoan Kiem Lake
Located next to the Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem Lake – one of the iconic images of Hanoi is an interesting place to stroll around and take some photos of the night. After sunset, buildings and houses sparkle with lights, reflecting off the water, creating a colorful sight.Walking around Hoan Kiem Lake
Located next to the Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem Lake – one of the iconic images of Hanoi is an interesting place to stroll around and take some photos of the night. After sunset, buildings and houses sparkle with lights, reflecting off the water, creating a colorful sight.
In the center of the lake is an island – reachable by the The Huc tree leading to Ngoc Son Temple. Around the lake is a pedestrian path that becomes popular for health enthusiasts as the sun goes down. You’ll see joggers, cyclists, and even some elderly people using outdoor exercise equipment.
2. Walking in West Lake
West Lake is a popular residential area for expats, along with embassies’ residences. Around the lake, you’ll find many upscale restaurants and bars catering to crowds looking for a fun night out. Depending on your location, you will be able to see the 15 meter high stupa of Tran Quoc Pagoda. This is the oldest pagoda in Hanoi, built in 544 AD by Emperor Ly Nam De.
3. See Long Bien Bridge at night
As the first bridge built across the Red River, Long Bien Bridge is a witness of many events that happened in Hanoi. During the day, the bridge is crowded with vehicles, but at night, the whole scene becomes peaceful and beautiful in a different way. You can walk on the bridge, chat and enjoy the romantic, shimmering scene of lights from the city, light from Chuong Duong bridge or from Long Bien bridge itself. Also, it’s one of the most beautiful places to watch sunrise and sunset
4. Korea Pier
Korean Wharf is the common name of the 1 km long road from the abandoned West Lake project located near the suburban neighborhood of West Lake. This road is right in front of the bank with railings, lights and graffiti on the road. Every afternoon, the children of the village come to fly kites and when night falls, this place becomes an ideal place for couples. The beauty of the lake, the peace and the cool breeze will make you completely able to hold your love’s hand amidst the poetic scenery.
5. Walking around Hanoi’s Old Quarter
The Old Quarter is a must for anyone looking to discover one of the best places to visit in Hanoi. This place is a miniature map of 36 ancient streets of Hanoi. With the typical cultural features of traditional craft villages are still preserved.
Also Hanoi Old Quarter is a mecca for food enthusiasts, shoppers, photographers and culture seekers. When the sun goes down, the area is bustling with buskers, light strollers, and vendors selling all sorts of interesting knitwear. Start your night by enjoying the sights and sounds of the 36 Old Quarters near the East Gate still standing, then head back to Hoan Kiem Lake. Along the way, you’ll find many restaurants and street food vendors serving up classics like pho, banh mi and other great local dishes.