Hanoi is the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and located in North of Vietnam. The Hanoi city serving Noi Bai (HAN) International Airport which is approximately 45 minutes ride from the city center.

Besides, Hanoi International Airport is the biggest airport and also the second busiest airport in Vietnam after Saigon Tan Son Nhat Airport. The airport has two passenger terminals. Terminal 1 serves domestic flights, and Terminal 2 serves international flights.

The capital does not have the high-energy nightlife as offers Ho Chi Minh City. However, Hanoi offering a unique blend of modern and traditional colorful local culture.

Because Hanoi is located in the northern region of Vietnam it experiences all four seasons. This means winters are cold, summers are hot, and spring and autumn are the most comfortable seasons temperature-wise. Rainy season is from April to October with June, July, and August getting the most rainfall. Generally, if your goal is to enjoy the most comfortable temperatures and the least amount of rainfall, you’ll want to visit Hanoi in either March and April or September to November.

The Liveinmuine.com providing direct transfers from Hanoi International airport to Hanoi City center and to Halong Bay. Moreover, you can explore Hanoi and Halong Bay with liveinmuine.com directly from Hanoi International airport.

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Hanoi is the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. It’s located in the Red River Delta, in the center of North Vietnam. The population in 2015 was estimated at 7.7 million people. The city lies on the right bank of the Red River. Hanoi is 1,760 km (1,090 mi) north of Ho Chi Minh City and 120 km (75 mi) west of Haiphong. Hanoi is a sacred land of Vietnam. In the 3rd century BC, Co Loa (actually belonging to Dong Anh District) was chosen as the capital of the Au Lac Nation of Thuc An Duong Vuong (the King Thuc). Hanoi later became the core of the resistance movements against the Northern invasions.Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The asked for the publication of the Saigon airport expansion project