Hanoi is famous for its 36 streets in the Old Quarter. Back in the day only one kind of product was sold on each street. Besides this interesting fact, you will also notice the architecture of the narrow houses here which is unique to Vietnam. Try to capture the busy life of the locals, the energy of these small streets, and the past that still lingers around every corner.
Next, Hoan Kiem Lake, the Temple of Literature, and Thang Long Citadel are historic monuments in Hanoi very close to each other. You will have to set up your camera around many tourists, but it’s still worth a visit. Then, Vinh Tuy longan garden and flower garden in Red River Reef are best for photographers. Vinh Tuy longan garden has hundreds of longan trees resting in spacious green land. The flower garden is replete with many kinds of colorful flowers and artificial scenes of the Truong Sa island flag pole, windmill and village scene in Vietnam.
Then, get to Ba Vi National Park in Ba Vi district to explore an ancient church, temples, a cactus greenhouse, pine hill, and many tourist areas. But don’t end your day without egg coffee, bun cha, cha ca La Vong, and bun dau mam tom. Take a photo to save these delicious meals forever.