Flights From Siem Reap To Hanoi And The Best Things To Do
Hanoi – the capital city of Vietnam, is the immersion point for most travelers all over the world thanks to its well-preserved colonial buildings, ancient pagodas, unique museums and the tangled web of streets in the historic Old Quarter. If your starting point is in Siem Reap, you can book flights from Siem Reap to Hanoi to visit one of the most ancient capitals in the world.
Getting from Siem Reap to Hanoi
The most comfortable and fastest way to travel between these two famous destinations is to book flights from Hanoi to Siem Reap (and vice versa). The average price for flights from Siem Reap to Hanoi is around $313 with flying time of approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. The airlines operating this route usually offer cheap flights from Siem Reap to Hanoi in November and March.
Cambodia Angkor Air – one of the highly reputable airlines, frequently offer cheap flights from Cambodia to Vietnam. Currently you can find on its website cheap flights from Siem Reap to Hanoi (round trip) which cost only $155. The promotion is valid until 31 March 2018.
Best things to do in Hanoi
Imperial Citadel of Thang Long
Situated at the heart of Hanoi, the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is a valuable cultural heritage of Vietnam which was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010. This outstanding place is rich in monuments and buildings as well as artefacts and items dating back to between the 6th and 20th centuries, including bronze coins, ceramics and pottery.
Water Puppet Theater
A water puppet show is an unique form of Vietnamese folk art. Puppets are carved from wood and elegantly controlled by a small group of puppet masters standing waist deep in a pool of water behind a screen. Most shows feature the famous Legend of the Restored Sword of King Le which tells the audiences the story of Hoan Kiem Lake and the giant tortoise.
Hanoi Old Quarter
Hanoi Old Quarter is a maze of streets and most famous for 36 Old Streets divided and named according to their craft guides in the past. Wandering around the Old Quarter, you can find many fascinating old worn French-colonial architecture, historic relics and religious centers. Besides, street markets and roadside vendors are also plentiful in this bustling area, offering shopping opportunities and authentic Vietnamese dishes.
The Perfume Pagoda
Located in a vast grotto on Huong Son mountain, the Perfume Pagoda, or Chua Huong in Vietnamese, is a dramatic series of shrines and temples, most of which are Buddhist although one or two are animist. At the heart of this complex lies the Perfume Temple in the Huong Tich Cave.