With Hanoi’s exciting floating taxis and scooter filled streets, vibrant night markets and limestone structures, it’s no wonder the city was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994 and has captured the hearts of so many visitors.
November – December
Hanoi has a humid subtropical climate but the end of the year brings nice weather as the city cools down and dries up.
Hanoi is known for having several bustling streets dedicated to exquisite individual products, and this area is known as “the Old Quarter.” This is the beating heart of Hanoi’s cultural scene and is a must-see area. It bursts to life with eateries, shops, and art galleries, and is beautifully crafted with French colonial architecture you won’t want to miss.
What Else to See:
– Cat Ba Island
– Halong Bay
– Ho Chi Min’s Mausoleum
– Temple of Literature
Vietnam is known for having legendary food with fresh ingredients. The now popularized, Pho Tai, is typically a beef noodle soup often with vermicelli noodles, fresh onions and basil or cilantro, topped with bean sprouts and green onions. Once you try it, you’ll understand why the rest of the world is loving it too. Order yourself a Vietnamese iced coffee afterward for a delicious treat!
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