Beside of famous landscapes, amusement parks, if you would like to take a photo at another places, we will recommend some beautiful and ideal sites where you can find photos looked like reality.
Yen Vien Train Station
Located in Bac Ninh province, to get there, you have to cross Duong bridge. From here, you can see many ancient trains which is the theme of vintage photos.
On the bank of the Red River
For the locals, the Red River is not only a source of life, it is also a reflection of Vietnamese history and the capital city’s long prosperity.
Tourists going around the bank of the Red River can admire the poetic landscape of the ancient villages, stop at the many temples and pagodas along the river, participate in folk festivals to discover the Mother worshiping religion, and visit the famous pottery village of Bat Trang.
Long Bien bridge
The Long Bien Bridge was constructed during French’s occupation of the country. Though the bridge was designed by French, it was built directly by Vietnamese workers with indigenous construction materials like woods from Phu Tho, Yen Bai, Thanh Hoa province, cement from Hai Phong, Long Tho lime from Hue.
West lake full of lotus
It’s largest freshwater lake which owns many of the city’s historic places of interest, including Tran Quoc – Vietnam’s oldest pagoda and Quan Thanh – one of Vietnam’s four sacred temples. there are a host of stunning architectural gems surrounding this spot in addition to one or two entertainment venues and a smattering of high-end hotels.
Here, there are boats for hire and lunch on a floating restaurant makes a novel dining option.
Come to West lake, you can walk, run around or go by boat on lake to relax, enjoy the fresh atmosphere inside a bustling city.
Nhat Tan flower village
On the edge of Hanoi’s West Lake, the flower village is blooming with various flowers such as chrysanthemums, globe amaranths, honeysuckles, carnations and especially pink peach. Nhat Tan peach garden is the destination of the majority Hanoians and surrounding areas those who wish to marvel at and smell peach blossoms when the weather gets a bit cool.