A must see in Hanoi, the Royal City of the Vietnamese Dynasty, the World Heritage, and the French colonial elements
Must-visit attractions in Hanoi. World Heritage-Hoàng thành Thăng Long (Hoàng thành Thăng Long). The Imperial City of Thang Long is an ancient capital of Vietnam for more than a thousand years. It was built in the Ding and Lei dynasties of Vietnam, and later built cultural buildings by the Li dynasty. After several dynasties, modern times have also been influenced by the French colonial period. In addition to ancient Chinese buildings, it also There is a bright yellow French building, which produces a very strong visual impact, but there is no sense of violation at all. It is worth coming here to find out.
The Imperial City of Thang Long is located next to the War Museum, so you can visit it. Like most attractions, tickets are required. The area of the imperial city is very large, and there are mainly several towers to go up. However, the surrounding areas are not well maintained, and there is no grand feeling even from the top of the tower. And the instructions inside are not very clear, it takes time to find the way. Every country always has a dynasty imperial city, nothing special. Entering to visit the pre-smoggy explosion. Lucky, an entry point, when you see clothing rentals, immediately ask the price, HK$33/1 hour. Give money to play immediately. Possibly, Wuyi people are really boring to rent shirts. My sisters who wear shirts are all messed up. Finally, spend 30 minutes. Outdoor lawns have bamboo-made Qianqiu, balance beams and other facilities, which are fun. Three girls in my place are crazy, playing for three hours
Vietnam's royal buildings, this ancient city is protected, the tourists are also quite many, many out of the backpackers, the gardens and square here is also quite interesting place, can see a lot of tourists.
The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, is an intriguing relic of Vietnam’s historyVisitors should head for the display room that features interesting excavated items and mock-ups of the citadel itself.
On top of these discoveries, archaeologists also found bronze coins, ceramics and pottery from China and many places in Asia, all of which demonstrate a close trading relationship in the area.
Located in the city center, it has been discovered and excavated for less than 20 years. There are very few tourists. We are not on the recommended route. We also accidentally entered this scenic spot. It is said to be an imperial city, but judging from the size and the magnificence of decoration, it is far from the imperial city in ancient China. But still recommended. There are a small number of indoor exhibits. The exit can directly enter the scenic spot. There are not many parts to visit now. If there is not enough time, there is no need to come here. Many Vietnamese college students take graduation photos here, and many Vietnamese girls are wearing Ao Dai taking photos. If you want to see the ancient imperial city of Vietnam as recommended by other bloggers, it is better to go to Hue. The remaining buildings of this ruin are not complete. Personally, I don’t think the Thang Long Imperial City has anything to watch, because it was used as the headquarters of Ho Chi Minh in the later period, so the smell of gunsmoke of war is heavier than that of "Imperial City".
Preston_Dominguez: 19C Hoàng Di?u, Quán Thánh, Ba ?ình, Hà N?i 100000, Vietnam
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Hanoi,Hoan Kiem Lake,St. Joseph's Cathedral, Hanoi,Ba Dinh Square,One Pillar Pagoda