Take a walk all the way to the Lenin Park in the southern suburbs to kill time, next to the Military Museum. There were few people in the park under the scorching sun. There is a lake where you can fish. Around 5 pm, the park began to lively, and many people came to exercise. The ant found that Vietnamese people pay attention to exercise. Young people are walking or running fast in several places.
It's Vladimir Lenin in Southeast Asia!! You gotta hit this one up!
Lenin Park features a statue of Lenin and is conveniently located right in the centre of town, opposite from the Army Museum. It's probably not worth a look on its own, but if you are visiting the museums in the area it's worth a photo next to the statue. The park itself is lovely, at the back there are men playing traditional Co Tuong Chinese Chess and women selling drinks and ice creams. It's certainly worth a stroll.
Located in the center of Hanoi, there is a statue of Lenin in the park, which is a place for citizens to relax. It is close to the embassy area. The park is very quiet. For tourists who are tired of Hanoi’s noise, this is a very good place to relax. There also stands a statue of Lenin, the symbol of Lenin Park.