The Perfect One Day in Hanoi Itinerary Story

By Executive Thrillseekers

Introduction

The Perfect One Day in Hanoi Itinerary Story

There are plenty of attractions to visit in Hanoi, but since a lot of visitors to Vietnam choose to visit... Read more

Day 1

A Day in Hanoi

This 24 hours in Hanoi itinerary will take you to the best sites in Hanoi. From the Old Quarter and... Read more

Day 1 - Stop 1

Tran Quoc Pagoda

Begin your day by visiting the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and two of the most popular pagodas in Hanoi -... Read more

Day 1 - Stop 2

One Pillar Pagoda

The One Pillar Pagoda is another highly-regarded Buddhist temple in Hanoi not too far from the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.... Read more

Day 1 - Stop 3

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is an interesting site to visit. While the grounds and building itself are impressive, the... Read more

Day 1 - Stop 4

The Old Quarter

The Old Quarter, also referred to as the “36 Streets”, is not only one of the largest shopping areas in... Read more

Day 1 - Stop 5

Try Bun Cha for Lunch

After exploring some of the Old Quarter and taking a bunch of pictures, it’s time to chow down. We recommend... Read more

Day 1 - Stop 6

Hoan Kiem Lake

South of the Old Quarter, you will see Hanoi's legendary lake – Hoan Kiem. It's definitely a must-visit for your... Read more

Day 1 - Stop 7

Temple of the Jade Mountain (Hoan Kiem Island) and Huc Bridge

A statue of a giant turtle is kept on Hoan Kiem Island in the Temple of the Jade Mountain (Ngoc... Read more

Day 1 - Stop 8

St. Joseph's Cathedral

Continue exploring the Old Quarter by heading to St. Joseph's Cathedral. Even if you don't care about religion (our case),... Read more

Day 1 - Stop 9

Stop for an Egg Coffee

Make sure to try a traditional egg coffee, the recipe for which has been passed down from generation to generation.... Read more

Day 1 - Stop 10

Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural

While we were on the bus from the airport, we noticed a super long wall with mosaics (the Hanoi Ceramic... Read more

Day 1 - Stop 11

Long Bien Bridge

Long Bien Bridge was built in 1902 during the French occupation of Hanoi. It was the first steel bridge to... Read more

Day 1 - Stop 12

Hanoi Markets

Head back to the Old Quarter to explore some of the street markets. The markets are an important distinguishing feature... Read more

Day 1 - Stop 13

Try Pho for Dinner

If you haven’t eaten Pho before, then you haven’t really been to Vietnam, so it should be on your bucket... Read more

Conclusion

In Summary

To sum up, we can conclude that Hanoi is one of the most culturally-rich cities that we were able to... Read more