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Hoan Kiem Lake (Sword Lake), meaning “Lake of the Returned Sword”, is a lake in the historical center of Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. The lake is one of the major scenic spots in the city and serves as a focal point for its public life. Ngoc Son Temple (Temple of the Jade Mountain) is located on Hoan Kiem Lake in central Hanoi, Vietnam. It is open from 8:00 to 18:00. Walking street area is Hanoi around Hoan Kiem lake opens every Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday.


The Old Quarter, near Hoan Kiem Lake, has the original street layout and architecture of old Hanoi. At the beginning of the 20th century, the city consisted of only about 36 streets, most of which are now part of the old quarter. Each street then had merchants and households specialized in a particular trade, such as silk traders, jewelry, etc. The street names nowadays still reflect these specializations, although few of them remain exclusively in their original commerce. The area is famous for its small artisans and merchants, including many silk shops. Local cuisine specialties as well as several clubs and bars can be found here also. A night market (near Ðông Xuân market) in the heart of the district opens for business every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening with a variety of clothing, souvenirs and food.


Located at 57B Dinh Tien Hoang, Hanoi, Thang Long water puppets theatre is famous in Vietnam. Thang Long water puppetry is a traditional art form with distinctive culture identity of Vietnam. It came to existence, developed and diversified over a thousand years ago in the Red River Delta. Thanks to unique performances on the water, Thang Long water puppetry art is famous and highly appreciated all over the world. Artists of Thang Long Water Puppetry Theatre are very proud of bearing the name of a thousand-year-civilization capital, which has brought up the water puppetry art for over ten centuries.