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Review of Hoan Kiem district area
Hoan Kiem District is one of Hanoi's center districts, bordered to the north by Gia Lam district and three other inner city districts, namely Ba Dinh, Dong Da, and Hai Ba Trung, as well as a portion of the district abutting the Red River. The street is open, and it is also the district with the most road, rail, and waterway traffic. As a connector between other districts and provinces, it serves as a strong economic engine for culture and tourism. Trang Tien Plaza, Hang Da market, and Dong Xuan market are only a few of the district's main trading and commercial areas. Many well-known 5-star hotels are included, including the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, Melia Hanoi, The Oriental Jade Hotel, and the Hilton Hanoi Opera...
Golden land in the middle of the capital
Every inch of land in Hoan Kiem is as valuable as an inch of gold. Land prices in this area are currently among the highest in the country. Can call the Golden Streets between Capital Village and Bao Khanh Street, Hang Dao Street, and Hang Gai Street, with values ranging from 600 million to over 1 billion VND per square meter of land. Small stores of around 10m2 make about 30 million VND per month on the streets of the old quarter, which offer commercial benefits to service visitors. The homes are close together, and the front of each house is also in business, or is rented for business if it isn't. Profits are relatively high in this area.
Hoan Kiem – planning a chess board
The Hoan Kiem district is small in size, yet it has a lengthy history. The roadways of the Hoan Kiem neighborhood, which include ancient French architecture, were meticulously designed at the time and continue to be so now. The roadways are separated into plots and have clean routes with no zigzags. The roads in the district area are separated into three categories: short, straight, and square, which are referred to as street names. Hoan Kiem Street is the shortest, at little over 40 meters.
The roadways run through the streets, linking to well-known locations in order to promote tourism around the city. A railway system runs through the district's centre, providing numerous distinctive characteristics and making it easier to commute to the bus route.
Urban green landscape system of Hoan Kiem district
This is a district with a well-planned green tree design, with dense tree coverage on numerous routes including Tran Hung Dao, Hai Ba Trung, Ly Thuong Kiet, Trang Thi, and Quang Trung... The trees are mostly employed as Bang trees, Bang Lang trees, and Sau trees, with numerous rows of enormous ancient trees and broad leaves providing shade and air cooling on Hanoi streets, particularly during the summer.
The park and lake system is well-known, and they are regarded must-see attractions for visitors to Hanoi. The smoke from the streets is cleaned up by a lake located directly in the district. With a length of 700 meters and a width of 200 meters. A floral garden surrounds the lake and changes color throughout the year. On weekends, this area serves as a strolling street with a variety of appealing entertainment activities such as traditional games, modern dancing, singing and acting, and performing magic to attract tourists. It is also a location where racing and volunteer running events are held on a regular basis, which may be extremely raucous. The Ly Thai To flower garden, located near the lake, offers a variety of entertaining activities such as roller skating, balancing, and hip hop dance.
Hoan Kiem has the color of French architecture
The timeless architectural works that are still valid today are included in the important relic clusters of Hanoi city. Hoan Kiem district is marked by the French colonial period, and the timeless architectural works that are still valid today are included in the important relic clusters of Hanoi city. Many of the works are historical landmarks, such as Hoa Lo Prison, the Vien Dong Ancient Uncle Institute, which is now the National Museum of History, the Hanoi Opera House, which is modeled after the French Opera House, and the Cathedral...
The Hanoi Post Office, on Dinh Tien Hoang Street near Ho Lake, is an architectural work not to be missed in this neighborhood. It is a site that has seen many ups and downs in the history of Ha Thanh. The construction was completed early as part of the Sword Lake area's planning and extension project; the neighboring satellite buildings also feature French architecture with neoclassical architectural styles.
The district's unique architecture includes the architecture of the Old Quarter houses, the streets are divided into squares in a checkerboard pattern, and each square has a street name derived from the word Hang, followed by an industry such as Hang Dao (clothing and clothing sales), Hang Ga, Hang Manh, Hang Luoc, Hang Ma... The majority of the roads are one-way. The home is designed with overlapping frills - the top roof covers the lower roof, resulting in a modest two-story structure. The frontage is fairly narrow; the document's width ranges from 4 to 7 meters, and the length of this number may be up to ten times; the entrances inside are rather numerous; there are even buildings with two facades. Even in the centre of the home, there is an empty space called a skylight, which gets direct sunlight from the outside.
The district is also searching for methods to maintain and protect long-term values with its unique architecture. This is also a popular tourist destination; one of the remarkable structures is the historic home at 87 Ma May, which was originally the site of the nation's only art performance - Ca Tru Art.
Other notable structures include the Government Guest House, Ngoc Son Temple, Turtle Tower, Hoa Phong Tower, Ly Thai To Monument, Dong Xuan Market, Workers' Theater, Chuong Duong Bridge, Long Bien Bridge, Long Bien Station, Ngan Vietnam State Cave, and others.
The world of traditional food in the heart of the old town
Many delectable specialities may be found on each street. If you want to try Hanoi's excellent sticky rice cake, go to Hang Than Street, which is known for its green bean rice cake. The cake is akin to an implicit communication conveying to family and friends about a forthcoming wedding during traditional weddings. This is a speciality that all travelers purchase as gifts for friends and relatives, and it has a fairly melancholy and emotional tone worth for trying.