So much things to see in the Old Quarters, Hanoi. You can practically takes shots after shots.
Lots of locals on their bikes and putting their bikes on the side of the road.
A lady selling French baguette on the road side.
Another lady selling a local dish and her customer sitting on stool enjoying their meal.
Walking on the street selling toys
More shots of the alleys and you can see the local parking their bikes back to back.
Follow me on my last posting on my journey in Hanoi.
Today we went to visit the Ho Chi Minh mausoleum at the Ba Dinh Square. It is located in a big park. It was nice to walk about but weather was a bit hot.
This is the Ministry of Foreign Affair office which was located a stone away from the mausoleum.
This is the entrance of the Ho Chi Minh mausoleum with the mausoleum guards. There were a lot of visitors both locals and also tourist around the mausoleum.
The map of the Presidential Palace ground in the Ba Dinh Square…which to area to see?
The Presidential Palace which a hundred-year-old French colonial building in the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum Complex surrounding Ba Dinh Square. Nice bright colour, right?
The tree roots at the Garden of Presidential Palace.
Carp pond at the garden of Presidential Palace
Ho Chi Minh Stilt house
Old building converted to souvenir shops. Noticed they are also in bright yellow in colourful like the Presidential Palace.
Postcards to choose from….
Well.. so where’s next? Follow me and find out. 😊