Hanoi is not always noisy and bustling. It remains peaceful scenes and streets of no hurry.
Hoan Kiem Lake in a calm autumn afternoon.
They are just a few meters from the crowded street but apparently the benches around the Hoan Kiem Lake are in a separate place.
Located in the heart of the city, the Hanoi Post Office, through the ups and downs of history, remains silent and quiet with the 4-face clock on the top.
Passing the intersection on the way to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, anyone is attracted by the bright yellow of the building of the Foreign Ministry. In the old French style, the building is compared with a deep bass note of Hanoi.
Hanoi during the time of transition between the summer and the autumn.
The autumn on the West Lake.
The Red River flows in the heart of the city, leaving anxiety, depression on the shore.
Far away from the center of Hanoi, the streets with colorful colors in Gia Lam district.
Tran Quoc Pagoda is located on an island on the West Lake. With the value of history and architecture, Tran Quoc Pagoda is a famous sacred temple, attracting a lot of Buddhists and visitors.
Hanoi at night.
Long Bien Bridge is the first steel bridge across the Red River, connecting Hoan Kiem district with Long Bien district. After over 100 years, it is still an icon in the hearts of Hanoi people.
The Quang Ba night flower market.