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At the southern end of Hoan Kiem Lake near the Post Office is the small park, Ly Thai To Park, the park gets its name from the large bronze statue in the centre, the Emperor Ly Thai To. He was the founder of the Ly...More
While doin your own "Discover Hanoi Hoan Kiem Lake area) walking/strolling tour , allow yourselves to enjoy this lovely square with the towering statue of Ly Thai To in its center . Not as crowded as the promenade along the lake , but still -...More
This park around the lake is really a peaceful area in Hanoi, very beautiful place for evening or morning walking. in the weekend all sq and streets around were close to the traffic and it was open just for pedestrians. in each corner a group...More
Located opposite Hoan Kiem Lake, this is a popular exercise and recreational area for the locals. The park is an ideal place to enjoy some fresh air and relax. A memorial to the first Ly dynasty king stands here.
I'm lucky enough to have the opportunity to visit Hà Nội about every other year, and I always make it a point if I'm out on a stroll on my own to visit this park. Aesthetically, it's nothing special, but as is common in 23...More
This place is definitely worth a visit **ON SUNDAYS, only on sundays, the roads will be blocked out for families and people of all ages to be roaming around the streets - chilling, walking dogs, dancing, singing, playing childhood games. It was an amazing feeling...More
I think this is where this review should be placed. A lot of the pictures depicted the huge vibe of happiness, community, sharing. We walked down our 1st evening in town, a Sunday evening. Almost every few feet there were games, dancing, musicians, children in...More