With its mesemerizing old quarter, handsome temples, gorgeous lakes, tributes to Ho Chi Minh, sobering remnants of a war-ravaged history and a collection of Asia’s most fascinating museums, Vietnam’s bustling capital is a heavyweight stop for anyone travelling the region. Add to that a burgeoning, wallet-friendly food and drink scene with warm, friendly locals and you’ll probably end up booking an extra few nights here. I stayed for five nights in April 2018 and didn’t want to leave! Have a look at my articles on:
Banh Mi
Bun Cha Nem Cua Be Dac Kim
Dong Xuan Market
Hanoi Railway Station
Hanoi Train Street
Ho Chi Minh Complex
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
Ho Chi Minh Museum 
Ho Tay Lake
Hoa Lo Prison
Hoan Kiem Lake
La Place Cafe
Long Bien Bridge & Railway Station
Ngoc Son Temple
Nha Hang Ngon Restaurant
Old Propaganda Posters & Paintings
Ta Hien Street
Temple of Literature
Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre
The Note Coffee
Vietnamese Women’s Museum