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Hanoi, located on the banks of the Red River, is one of the most ancient capitals in the world, where travelers can find well-preserved colonial buildings, ancient pagodas, and unique museums within the city center. A great place to explore on foot, this French-colonial city is also known for its delectable cuisine, vibrant nightlife, silks and handicrafts.
The tranquil countryside is a short drive away, featuring lush parks, verdant mountains, and traditional villages.

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Old Quarter and French Quarter are the places you want to stay at in Hanoi. Train Street in Old Quarter you can experience a unique street as well as visit Hoan Kiem Lake, a peaceful public park where you can see locals jogging, enjoying a coffee, practicing Tai Chi and line dancing. There are also several Buddhist temples dating back to the 11th century. In the French Quarter, you can find luxury shopping malls, colonial buildings and a war museum.

Hang Mua viewpoint is located at the top of a steep mountain, but the views are worth the 500 steps up. From the top, you’ll be rewarded with a 360-degree view of Tam Coc valley. The viewpoint is sometimes covered in mist but wait for it to clear, and you’ll marvel at the patchwork quilt of green rice fields below and snaking rivers weaving in, out, and around the valley.

When Kong: Skull Island opened in theatres, viewers marveled at the use of real-world locations in the film. To bring to life the mythical lair of Kong, the crew chose one of the most underrated frontiers in the world: Vietnam. The visual tone of Vietnam’s northern landscape easily evokes a fantastical world dominated by primeval creatures. If the spirit of adventure is calling.
Skull Island filming location in Trang An Ninh Binh Vietnam.

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