I went to see it specially when I went to Hanoi. Since I went there on the weekend, the embassy was closed. The Chinese Embassy in Vietnam is indeed beautiful.
Whenever I pass by here, I feel very cordial. The Chinese Embassy in Vietnam is also an earlier government resident. The national flag here can be seen from a distance, and the embassy is also a guarantee of safety.
The transportation is convenient, the location is good, the focus is on the convenience of the people, the building has many characteristics, and the Chinese-style architecture, but it is the largest embassy in Vietnam and the earliest embassy established. The solemn and sacred and inviolable, the site is relatively empty, the scenery is pleasant, and the environment is quiet. Seeing the national flag fluttering in the wind, the pride is spontaneous, and it is just passing by.
The Chinese Embassy in Vietnam is an external agency. The geographical location here is very large. The entire area is quite large. Many embassies are very simple. The national flag here is very elegant and I feel the domestic atmosphere.
There is a waiting area where you get a ticket with a number, telling you when it is your turn to approach the counter. Everything went pretty efficient and it was our turn in no time.
I do not understand how the embassy of China is an attraction in Hanoi? What is so special about it that one should visit it when in Hanoi? And what about the embassies of other countries then? Are the not an attraction worth visiting?
The most Chinese national character of Vietnam is worth a visit
Preston_Dominguez: 46 Hoang Dieu Road, Hanoi
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Hanoi,Hoan Kiem Lake,St. Joseph's Cathedral, Hanoi,Ba Dinh Square,One Pillar Pagoda