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Resembling the Opéra Palais Garnier, Hanoi Opera House, built in 10 years since 1911 by two French architects. The magnificent building became one of the top landmarks in Hanoi. The Opera House hosts cultural entertaining performances, bamboo...more
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We walked away from Kiem Lake specifically to see the Opera House and take a few photos, but the whole building was surrounded by giant screens so we could't even see the building to take photos. Not sure if there was some event on that...More
We didnt actually go in, but this house, and the street ahead of it was packed on Christmas eve. The whole place was beautiful at night with people shopping, dancing, dressed up, with the Opera House on the background.
Let me preface this review by stating that I prefer local experiences when traveling and while I will visit many of the major, better-known sites, I enjoy many of the lesser-known ones more that provide a unique cultural experience. The interior of the Hanoi Opera...More
We didn’t pay for a show, and you can’t go inside unless you have tickets apparently, but it was worth looking at. The museum is nearby, so get off the tourist bus here, and walk around the back to the museum, which is worth a...More
There was not a show that we could go to during our stay but we did visit the venue. The building is in the old french colonial style and a gorgeous piece of architecture. The shows coming up had various prices and compared to most...More
This's our next trip to Hanoi and also to the Opera House and every time it's been closed to the general public - so - from the exterior the Opera House is quite beautiful, you are able to walk all over the grounds and thus...More
Yes you can buy the ticket online.
Please google for Hanoi Opera house, there was an online website with shows schedule.
There are some guidelines in TA that we need to abide. So cannit list down here.
Hubby and I will be bringing our two teens (ages 16 and 13) to Hanoi next month. Day 1-arrive from Bangkok at 09:30-light day today; transfer to hotel (Silk Path), unpack, lunch, wander Old Quarter and maybe to St. Josephs Cathedral. Evening-today will be Sunday so hit the night market. Day 2-today we have a guide-Temple of Literature, West Lake, Hoalo Prison and Museum of Ethnology. While we're at West Lake won't we also be near downed B52? Quick stop if yes. Day 3-today we're on our...More
November 24, 2013|
Hi Travelhappy, Personally, I think it is a good Itinerary! You are prepared to confine yourself to Hanoi and adjacent places for virtually your whole 6 days. I think that you will greatly enjoy a trip that is not rushed, and you will walk away from VN with a very good perception of the north! "Hanoi Kids" would be worth a try, but other posters who travel more than I do to the North, will give you further help! Go and Enjoy it! plover
Performances Hanoi Opera House (1 Replies)
Hi We are arriving Friday 28th until Monday 31st October, would love to take in a performance at the Opera House. Does anyone know whether there are any scheduled performances and how easy it is to get tickets?
October 20, 2016|
London, United Kingdom
Proposed itinerary welcome your thoughts please (3 Replies)
We are finally booked to go this October on a 10 days holiday to Vietnam and Cambodia. I would like to get your thoughts on our proposed itinerary if possible please. All flights booked so cannot change high-level plans but looking to maximise our time in Hanoi as much as possible please. Day 1 Early morning arrival - check in to hotel, refresh and a couple of hours sleep. Off to the spa in the hotel for 2 hours and head out mid day to visit the National museum of history Visit the Hanoi...More
August 25, 2017|
Water Puppets in Hanoi, You will remember them forever!