Thăng Long Imperial Citadel

Listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 2010, Hanoi Citadel is now open to the public after hundreds of years as the exclusive domain of Vietnam’s elite. Unlike the Hue Citadel, which remains intact, the 12-acre Hanoi Citadel is a fragmented collection of monuments.

Listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 2010, Hanoi Citadel is now open to the public after hundreds of years as the exclusive domain of Vietnam’s elite. Unlike the Hue Citadel, which remains intact, the 12-acre Hanoi Citadel is a fragmented collection of monuments.

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  • World Heritage Sites in Asia

    Across the vast, diverse continent of Asia, there are seemingly endless World Heritage Sites to explore. Visit the sparse atomic bomb dome in Hiroshima, or walk for hours along the towering Great Wall of China. From sprawling rustic temple grounds to ancient statues of civilizations past- here is a collection of some of the prominent World Heritage Sites in Asia.

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  • 25 of the Best Things to Do in Hanoi

    Hanoi lies at the heart of Vietnam’s ancient culture. The bulldozer of the 20th-century made few incursions here. The French districts, with their Indochinese architectural marvels and art moderne villas, evoke a pinch of nostalgia for colonial days (regardless of how we feel about colonialism). Since the late 1960s and the advent of the doi […]

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