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With the perfect location in the centre of Northern Delta, Hanoi has been the capital of Vietnam over the past 1000 years. Many historic and cultural sites still remained and preserved, together with the hospitality of the people here make Hanoi a favorite tourist attraction. Besides, Halong Bay – the most famous world heritage of Vietnam and Hoa Lu – Tam Coc, magical sites are also the musts in the North of Vietnam.
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The main pilgrimage season at Chua Huong is during the Huong Pagoda festival, when hundreds of thousands of pilgrims make their way to Huong Tich Cave and the other temples. The longest lasting festival in Vietnam, it officially begins on February 15 on the lunar calendar, but the peak in visitors lasts from the middle of January to the middle of March. The Festival is seen by some as a good opportunity for young people to find romance and begin courtships.
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Over the last year or so, the Vietnamese banh mi sandwich has taken New York by storm, elevating the once humble pork and pickled vegetable sandwich to heights of gastronomic chic. In Hanoi, however, the typical banh mi (which translates simply as “bread” in Vietnamese and is written in English as banh my in Hanoi) is a pedestrian fried egg or pâté sandwich with a few slices of cucumber or a light smearing of chili sauce.
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Since the days of old, whenever Vietnamese people as well as foreign visitors think of Hanoi, they have been of the same opinion that Hanoi is a land of civilization of refined culture and of, elegant manners.
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