Top 5 “Green – Clean – Nice” Park in Hanoi
Here is the list of 5 ideal destinations in Hanoi for people to enjoy fresh air and take part in outdoor activities.
1. Yen So Park
As the biggest park in Hanoi, Yen So Park contains many buildings including art gallery house, houseboat, outdoor theatre, garden, cultural village, green trees and lake accounts for 80% of the area. Yen So Park was awarded at the Malaysia Landscape Architecture Awards 2011, held by the Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia.
2. Hoa Binh Park
Situated on Pham Van Dong street, Hoa Binh Park is a popular destination of the young in Hanoi. Many modern constructions, large green lawn and extensive ground work together in making Hoa Binh Park an ideal place for picnics and outdoor activities.
3. Cau Giay Park
Cau Giay Park is located on Thanh Thai street, Cau Giay Dist, Hanoi. It is considered as one of the most attractive destinations for the young. With modern constructions and large area, Cau Giay Park is a popular place for major events of the young in Hanoi.
4. Nghia Do Park
Nghia Do Park was built to celebrate 50 years of Capital Liberation Day and have been a familiar amusement park for families. There are both traditional and modern constructions which make Nghia Do Park a special destination. Especially, Nghia Do Park is free and open to all.
5. Thu Le Park
Thu Le Park was constructed in 1977 on the area of 20 hectares at the corner of Cau Giay and Kim Ma street. In this park, 95 species of animals are being preserved, which makes an attractive feature of the park. Moreover, there are many interesting activities to join such as merry-go-round, amusement ride, ball house, feeding animals, etc Thu Le Park is very popular with children and many people’s childhood.
Longlink Water Puppet Theatre
Besides 5 destinations mentioned above, there are many other interesting destinations in Hanoi, one of which is Longlink Water Puppet Theatre, located inside Vietnam Museum of Ethnology. Here, not only can people enjoy fresh air but also discover Vietnamese culture by watching traditional water puppet shows and experiencing cultural activities such as learning how to control water puppets, painting puppets, discovering secrets of the manipulation room, etc.
Painting water puppets
Learning how to control water puppets