Museum of Vietnamese Revolution
National Museum of Vietnamese History
Built between 1925 and 1932, this architecturally impressive museum was formerly home to the École Française d’Extrême Orient. Its...
MOD Palace Hotel
In central Hanoi, the MOD Palace offers day use of its pool, which is big enough for laps and open all year. It gets very busy with...
Hanoi Foreign Language College
Housed in the History Museum compound, this is a branch of Hanoi National University where foreigners can study Vietnamese for about...
Nguyen Qui Duc's unofficial clubhouse for the underground arts scene's latest incarnation is this dark and quirky colonial bar in the...
Moto-san Uber Noodle
Brainchild of Hanoi artist, journalist and designer Nguyen Qui Duc (of Tadioto fame), this wonderful noodle stall seats eight eager...
216 Ð Tran Quang Khai · interesting places nearby
Museum of Vietnamese Revolution information
Inaugurated in 1959 and housing over 40,000 exhibits, the histories of conflict and revolution within Vietnam, from the liberation movements against the French occupation, to the establishment of the Communist Party and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, are enthusiastically presented here.