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Hanoi city of Vietnam among the must visit Asian destinations

Hanoi is the cultural capital of Vietnam and its heart and soul. It has been famous for its cheap food and accommodation options, is much more affordable than many other Asian destinations, the report is came from according to a MasterCard survey.

It shows that each foreign visitor spends an average US$110 per day when visiting, while a local tourist spends around $55. The numbers are much lower than for other leading tourist cities in the region.

The number from MasterCard survey last year tourists spent $258 per day in Seoul (Korea), $255 in Singapore and $262 in Beijing (China).

For other contries such as: Phillipines (Bali), tourists often spend around $125, the recored from Indonesian central bank.

In July the 2016 TripIndex named Hanoi the least expensive among 20 favourite cities, that’s a good news for tourists who dont have much money travelling.

Hanoi is located in the Red River Delta, in the center of North Vietnam. Hanoi means Ha: river, Noi: interio). The heart of Hanoi is Old Quarter, an open-air museum of historic Asian and French colonial architecture that has largely remained intact despite the bombings of the Vietnam War. Here among scenic tree-lined boulevards, tourists can browse busy markets, sip coffee at quaint cafes and visit prominent sites like the Grand Opera House, the Presidential Palace and Saint Joseph Cathedral.

The One Pillar Pagoda
The One Pillar Pagoda is a historic Buddhist temple in Hanoi

Foreign Tourists can take easy to visit the Capital Hanoi of Vietnam, take the flight into Vietnam, the take internal flights/ train/ bus to Hanoi (in the north of Vietnam). Let plan your trip and hit the road with the simple way of getting you Vietnam Visa first.

Your first step is filling out the secure form at our the website, confirm and process payment, wait for 2 working days and we will send back the Visa approval letter to you. Print out the letter and entry to Vietnam.

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