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Thai Airways Flights to Hanoi (HAN)

Popular Offers for Tickets to Hanoi*

  1. BKK-HAN

    Bangkok (BKK) to Hanoi (HAN)



    THB 6,075

    ​Round trip | Economy

  2. DEL-HAN

    Delhi (DEL) to Hanoi (HAN)



    INR 28,209

    ​Round trip | Economy

  3. SIN-HAN

    Singapore (SIN) to Hanoi (HAN)



    SGD 293

    ​Round trip | Economy

  4. BOM-HAN

    Mumbai (BOM) to Hanoi (HAN)



    INR 34,925

    ​Round trip | Economy

  5. DXB-HAN

    Dubai (DXB) to Hanoi (HAN)



    AED 3,295

    ​Round trip | Economy

  6. MAA-HAN

    Chennai (MAA) to Hanoi (HAN)



    INR 27,538

    ​Round trip | Economy

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

Compare Airfare Deals to Hanoi*

  1. Bangkok (BKK) to Hanoi (HAN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - HAN


    HAN - BKK


    THB 6,075
  2. Delhi (DEL) to Hanoi (HAN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    DEL - HAN


    HAN - DEL


    INR 41,475
  3. Berlin (QYG) to Hanoi (HAN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    QYG - HAN


    HAN - QYG


    EUR 723
  4. Munich (MUC) to Hanoi (HAN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    MUC - HAN


    HAN - MUC


    EUR 601
  5. Frankfurt (FRA) to Hanoi (HAN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    FRA - HAN


    HAN - FRA


    EUR 613
  6. Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Hanoi (HAN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    KUL - HAN


    HAN - KUL


    MYR 975
  7. Oslo (OSL) to Hanoi (HAN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    OSL - HAN


    HAN - OSL


    NOK 10,399
  8. Brussels (BRU) to Hanoi (HAN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BRU - HAN


    HAN - BRU


    EUR 663
  9. Colombo (CMB) to Hanoi (HAN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    CMB - HAN


    HAN - CMB


    LKR 70,297
  10. Kolkata (CCU) to Hanoi (HAN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    CCU - HAN


    HAN - CCU


    INR 35,610

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

Thai Airways Flights to Hanoi (HAN)

Traveling to Hanoi


Vietnam’s capital is a bustling and brilliant metropolis. Centred around the sparkling Hoan Kiem Lake, it’s a city developing relentlessly, where luxury shops rub shoulders with street food stalls. The Old Quarter’s riotous roads are perfect for getting lost in, while the city’s history demands exploration at a string of fascinating museums.

Getting around

Hanoi’s chaotic traffic can be negotiated either by motorbike taxi or standard cab. Old–style pedal cyclos still ply the streets of the Old Quarter, while an electric train bus serves 14 stops in the city centre. If you’re staying central, walking is the best way to get around.

See and do

Hanoi has some of Vietnam’s best sights, and it’s worth spending a chunk of time exploring them before heading out into the countryside. The stunning Temple of Literature, dating back to 1070, is one of the country’s best preserved religious sights, its formal gardens and statues an oasis of calm among the bustle.

Reminders of Vietnam’s place at the forefront of 20th century history are hard to miss. Hoa Lo prison, also known as the Hanoi Hilton, offers a stark look at the conditions under which Vietnamese and American soldiers suffered during a series of conflicts.

The nation’s revered leader, Ho Chi Minh, lies in state in a Soviet–style mausoleum on the edge of town. Queues can be long, but it’s worth filing past, if just to see how Vietnam still holds its erstwhile leader dear.

Hoan Kiem Lake dominates the centre of Hanoi and is best seen at sunrise and sunset, when hundreds of locals promenade or join in with group exercise routines. The Lotte Building, the city’s swankiest new skyscraper, has an observation deck from where you can see the sheer scale of this city, which continues to spread further and further into the surrounding paddy fields.

Hidden gems

Easily left off of culture buffs’ itineraries, the superb Museum of Ethnology sits 7km outside the city centre. It’s home to a string of artefacts found across the country, some dating back thousands of years. The Vietnamese Women’s Museum does a brillaint job of exploring the essential role of women in Vietnamese society.

Vietnam may be largely Buddhist, but the crumbling facade and austere interior of St Joseph’s Cathedral is worth exploring when the midday heat gets too much. The streets around the back of the church are also a peaceful counterpoint to the Old Quarter’s more hectic avenues.

Food and drink

Hoan Kiem Lake and the Old Quarter are blessed the dozens of street side cafes and stalls, where you can pick up simple rice bowls and pho for little more than a dollar. Many have English menus, although the smaller stands will only do one kind of dish. Be bold: street food is often as good or better than many restaurants.

Ly Club, set in an old colonial mansion, and Minh Thay, run by a Masterchef Vietnam contestant serve up gourmet takes on Vietnamese classics. Quan Kien offers delcious hill tribe delicacies, such as grilled chicken and peppers and even insects if you’re feeling adventurous.

Weather in Hanoi

Wednesday light rain
13°C 12/12/2018
Thursday few clouds
12°C 13/12/2018
Friday broken clouds
13°C 14/12/2018
Saturday sky is clear
21°C 15/12/2018
Sunday sky is clear
18°C 16/12/2018
Monday sky is clear
19°C 17/12/2018
Tuesday sky is clear
21°C 18/12/2018
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