After spending a lot of time walking around some temples and ancient architecture. In Vietnam, you may see images or statues of dragons appearing regularly. It is easy to understand because according to Vietnamese beliefs, dragons are one of the four sacred animals and have meaningful meanings. Dragons in the Imperial Citadel of Thăng LongExplore
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The Iconic Hanoi Flagpole: A Symbol of Vietnamese Pride and History If you’re planning a visit to Vietnam’s capital city, Hanoi, then the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is a must-see attraction. And at the heart of this UNESCO World Heritage Site lies the Hanoi Flagpole, a towering structure that has stood for centuries.Explore
Almost all visitors believe that taking photos is an interesting way to keep their memories about the destinations where they go. To help you have a nice journey in the Imperial Citadel of Thăng Long, this blog will suggest some places for you and your friends or family. In front of the Main Gate ThisExplore
Imperial Citadel of Thăng Long is an iconic historical site in Hanoi, Vietnam, recognized by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage in 2010. The Citadel was built in the 11th century by Emperor Ly Thai To as the political and military center of the Dai Viet Kingdom, and later the capital of the Nguyen Dynasty.Explore
For the first time you have visited Hanoi, you may be impressed by its delicious Vietnamese food or the bustle in the Old Quarter. When you enjoy the modernity of Hanoi nowadays, have you ever imagined how it was in the past with a citadel that has old palaces or stones which are carved lotusExplore
Have you ever tried drinking coffee with some eggs? If you don’t, you can have that experience in Hanoi. Just by walking around streets in any corner of Hanoi, it is easy for you to smell the sweet flavor of coffee somewhere. It is Egg Coffee that brings Hanoi locals’ breath. Flashback to Hanoi aboutExplore
It includes two sections: the Archaeological site and the Central sector of Nguyễn’s Dynasty of Hanoi. If you want to explore more about the history of Hanoi under different periods, this must be an excellent destination for you. These are 8 things you can try at this site: Know about different types of dragons underExplore
If you wake up in the early morning or are wandering in the middle of the city but having no idea about where else to go, let us provide you with a recommended schedule and take you to a brand new place – Imperial Citadel of Thang Long. Thang Long Imperial Citadel is one ofExplore
The Giant Turtle is one of the special symbols, a Vietnam’s national treasure and for more than 500 years with many myths, stories and events behind, the turtle has become an integral part of the history and culture of the city. The official name of the turtle is Hoan Kiem Turtle (Rafetus leloii), also knownExplore
If you are making a list of top must-try food in Hanoi, do not forget to spare a room for “Cha Ca” (Chả Cá – Grilled Fish). The special taste of “Cha Ca” will leave tourists a deep impression with the unforgettable flavor, elegance, and sophistication of Hanoi cuisine.
White rice is a staple food and also an essential ingredient in Vietnamese cuisine. Simple yet versatile, white rice can be ground into flour to make many different types of rice cakes, among which bánh giò stands out for its unique shape and flavor.
Mỳ gà tần is a sound combination of instant noodles, mugwort, and oriental herbs. With such not only yummy but super healthful ingredients, it is a common dish for sick people, especially after they have recovered. Not long ago, when I caught the terrible flu, each day, my mother bought me a portion of this dish. Despite my having no appetite, the noodles were pretty enjoyable and fragrant with the smell of chicken and mugwort mixed with different types of herbs which are particularly good for one’s recovery. Best served when hot, this would not be the top choice in boiling summers, but in bleak winters in Hanoi.
Banh Xeo – also known as crispy Vietnamese pancake, crepe or sizzling cake – is a famous street food which is widely believed to originate from France during its occupation of Vietnam. The word xèo depicts the sizzling sound when pouring the rice batter into the hot skillet
Bun Bo Hue (Hue beef noodle soup) is a specialty of Hue – the former capital of Vietnam. The name is to distinguish beef noodle soup from Hue and other provinces. Although the major components are also rice vermicelli and beef, what makes the dish distinctive is the perfect balance of its spicy, sour, salty, and sweet flavors. Nonetheless, the predominant flavor sometimes comes from lemongrass, one of the indispensable ingredients to create a superb bowl of Bun Bo Hue
Following the success of many Advanced Training courses, Hanoikids organized this annual event in 2020 to provide Kids with professional knowledge about Hanoi’s culture and historical landmarks besides 5 basic sites in Basic Training. It was a sunny day in October 2020 for over 70 members of Hanoikids to take part in the Advanced TrainingExplore