Let's explore the most beautiful reed meadows in Hanoi this November:
Long Bien bridge
Referring to the most beautiful reed meadow in Hanoi, people will probably immediately think of the vast reed field at the foot of the hundred-year-old Long Bien Bridge. This field of reed covers the fertile alluvial soil along the banks of the Red River.
Just standing on the bridge, one can admire the beauty of the vast reed field underneath. This reed meadow is located in Bai Giua - the name of the alluvial strip emerging in the middle of the Red River. To come here to take pictures, you can go from Long Bien market, or go along Long Bien bridge, and in the middle of the bridge there will be an iron staircase to go down.
The urban area in Long Bien District
About 8km from the city center, the reed field located in the area in the wards of Viet Hung, Duc Giang, Thuong Thanh and Giang Bien of Long Bien district has become a destination for those who love photography.
|Photo: Duc Nguyen|
Photo: Duc Nguyen
Photo: Duc Nguyen
Skydiving Hill 833
Located in Nui Be hamlet, Nam Phuong Tien commune, Chuong My district, this site is a familiar address for Northern pilots, but for young people, this is a rather new destination.
Located on an altitude of 655m with gentle terrain, this is the home to reeds up to 1.5m high. However, this place is quite far from the center of Hanoi and you have to pass a bumpy road of about 6km long.
|Photo: Nguyen Thuy Trang|
Photo: Nguyen Thuy Trang
Ngoc Thuy dike
About 20 minutes from the city center, driving along the Ngoc Thuy dike to the Duong bridge, you will discover a reed field.
Photo: Dung Dang
|Photo: Nguyen Manh Hieu|
Red River rocks
Located at the end of lane 264 Au Co Street, less than 30 minutes by motorbike from the center of Hanoi, the Red River rock field is peaceful, in contrast to the hustle and bustle of the streets. It has long been a "check-in place" in the changing seasons for young people.
On the days when Hanoi welcomes monsoons, cold weather, or non-stop rain, locals favor a bowl of hot porridge, chicken soup or glutinous rice dumplings.