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  • Introducing Around Hanoi Vietnam

    The rich alluvial soils of the Red River Delta nurture a rich rice crop and many of the communities surrounding Hanoi are still engaged in agriculture. The contrast between modern Hanoi and the...

  • Onbike Tour Lonely Planet review

    OnbikeTour specialises in cycling tours (from US$23) around Hanoi, on some trips they guarantee you won’t see another tourist. These tours also avoid having to struggle through Hanoi’s...

  • Co Loa Citadel Lonely Planet review

    Dating from the 3rd century BC, Co Loa Citadel was the first fortified citadel in Vietnamese history and became the national capital during the reign of Ngo Quyen (AD 939–44). Only vestiges of...

  • Ba Vi National Park Lonely Planet review

    Formerly a French hill station, the triple-peaked Ba Vi Mountain (Nui Ba Vi) has been attracting visitors for decades and remains a popular weekend escape for Hanoians. The limestone mountain is...

  • Tay Phuong Pagoda Lonely Planet review

    Tay Phuong Pagoda, also known as Sung Phuc Pagoda, consists of three single-level structures built in descending order on a hillock that is said to resemble a buffalo. Figures representing ‘the...

  • Ho Chi Minh Trail Museum Lonely Planet review

    The Ho Chi Minh Trail Museum is dedicated to the famous supply route from the communist north to the occupied south of Vietnam. The displays, including a barrage of American ammunition and weaponry...

  • Perfume Pagoda Lonely Planet review

    North Vietnam’s very own Marble Mountains, the Perfume Pagoda is a striking complex of pagodas and Buddhist shrines built into the karst cliffs of Huong Tich Mountain (Mountain of the Fragrant...

  • Tam Dao National Park Lonely Planet review

    Tam Dao National Park was designated in 1996 and covers much of the area around the town. Tam Dao means ‘Three Islands’, and the three summits of Tam Dao Mountain, all about 1400m in height,...

  • Thay Pagoda Lonely Planet review

    Also known as Thien Phuc (Heavenly Blessing), Thay Pagoda is dedicated to Thich Ca Buddha (Sakyamuni, the historical Buddha). To the left of the main altar is a statue of the 12th-century monk Tu...