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  The Best Parks and Green Spaces in Hanoi, Vietnam (04/07/2018 16:28:24)
It’s always nice to get away from the crowds and the hectic traffic of Hanoi.

Nature is never too far away from Hanoi, but luckily even within the city’s boundaries, there are a few green parks to enjoy some peace and quiet. Here are our favorites:

Thong Nhat Park




Thong Nhat Park is relatively small compared to other botanical parks around the world with its total area of 50 hectares, but for a city like Hanoi, it is quite large. The park is a popular spot for locals of all ages. Middle aged people use it as a space for jogging, cycling, skateboarding, yoga and working out, the elderly hang out in groups dabbling in tai chi or even dance, and the young ones run around and chase one another while their parents hang around having some coffee. You will also find many others reading, having picnics or doing absolutely nothing while lying on the grass.

The park is located very centrally, making it a great place to relax after exploring a few historical sites that are very close by such as the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Hoan Kiem Lake. It’s also a good place to join in on the locals for some morning or afternoon exercises. The entrance costs only VND$4,000 (17 cents!), and the money is spent on maintaining the gorgeous green lawns.

Lenin Park




Lenin Park is a tiny park that is also a great intermediate stop on your itinerary. After all that walking around, you’ll want to sit down on some cool grass. The park has a statue of, you guessed it, Lenin, as a goodwill of Vietnam to commemorate his 110th birthday.

Just like other parks, you will find mostly an older crowd trying to stay healthy and fit. Other than that, you will find the curious traveller looking to take a photo standing beside the statue of Lenin. Hanoi Flag Tower, Vietnam Military Museum and the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long are just opposite the park.

Thu Le Park




Thu Le Park was once known as Bachthao Gardens and now is also referred to by another name — The Hanoi Zoo. The Hanoi Zoo is set within the park and there are over 90 different species and a total of about 800 animals that live within the premises, including big cats, monkeys and reptiles. Don’t let the term zoo put you off — this is one of the best in the country. It is continuously striving to improve facilities to be able to care for the animals as best as they could. They aim to conserve and protect regional animals believed to be under threat.

Kids in particular love the zoo and park, but you will find many adults around, too, as it offers a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of Hanoi. There is also a lake with peddle boats, making it a fun getaway for a few hours.

Yen So Park




Yen So Park is located in the Hoang Mai district, and is part of the strategic growth plan for Hanoi. This 327-hectare park is one of the most beautiful developments in Northern Vietnam, and includes five natural lakes surrounding six themed gardens, a string of dining options, shops, residential zones, and business centres. There are bicycle rentals priced at about USD$2.00 per hour and boat rentals for about USD$3.00. There are other plans for the park, including adding an outdoor theatre, maze garden, cultural village, etc., making this whole park a major step towards realising the city’s vision for the future.

The location and dense canopy of trees offer a lot of shade from the Hanoi sun and muffles the sound of nearby traffic, turning it almost into a soothing background murmur that your ears get used to. The pathways are cool and surrounded on both sides by expanses of lush grass, high trees and colourful flowers — it’s really hard to believe such well-kept and green areas exist in such an urban city like Hanoi.

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