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Water Puppets

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Trangan - Baidinh eco park in Ninh Binh Province

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Trangan - Baidinh eco park in Ninh Binh Province

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Tran Quoc Pagoda

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Temple of Literature

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Presidental Palace

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One Pillar Pagoda

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Ngoc Son temple on Hoan Kiem Lake

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Longbien Bridge

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Hochiminh Mausoleum

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Hanoi Old Quarter

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Hanoi Grand Theater

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Halong Bay

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Flowers selling on the street

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Fishing on West Lake

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Cyclos in The Street

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Ceramic Wind Chimes in Bat Trang Ceramic Village

Enviably situated next to West Lake and its verdant gardens, elegant boutiques, and endless entertainment options, Sheraton Hanoi Hotel is at the heart of Vietnam’s timeless capital.

This historical district offers a broad range of architectural styles, ancient temples, international restaurants, museums, and art galleries. Spend a sun-filled afternoon strolling through sprawling markets, where open-air food stalls and luxury boutiques vie for the eye.

The City Centre, a 10-minute drive away, ensures guests are ideally situated for both work and play. Many nearby corporate hubs, including IBM and Ford Motor Company, make tending to business a breeze.

When it’s time to relax, spend memorable days exploring the Old Quarter, also just 10 minutes away. Here you’ll find unmatched shopping, Hanoi Grand Theatre, and ancient Hoan Kiem Lake.

UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ha Long Bay, is within easy reach of the hotel, and a must-see on any itinerary. The majestic buildings of King Hung Temple, also nearby, invite tourists and locals alike to climb the picturesque steps.

For exploration a bit further afield, visit Do Son Beach, one of the country’s most famous beaches. Take in the view of mountains and Pine Hills from this small peninsula while resting in the shade of thousands of sandalwood trees.