What to do in Hanoi in September
With four seasons, each having its own charm, Hanoi – the heart and soul of this S-shaped country, is a must see city at any time of a year. September, Hanoi’s autumn, when the climate is cool and dry but still sunny, is the best time to visit Hanoi. Explore with: Indochina travel Vietnam
Hanoi’s weather in September
During the period from March to April and from September to November, when the weather is sunny and mild, the temperatures range from 18°C to 30°C, the sky is clear most of the time, the air is really fresh and the days stay pretty dry, are considered as the best time to come to Hanoi capital city.
August actually marks the beginning of autumn, but at this month, it is still really hot. The temperatures in Hanoi start to gradually decrease from the beginning of September onwards. However, if you happen to visit in Hanoi in an extremely hot day, when the temperatures can be up to 32 degrees, do not be surprised. Hanoi’s weather is unpredictable! Please prepare for summer conditions with water and comfortable light clothes for a trip in Hanoi during September and note that this hot weather is not advisable for long walks and outdoors activities! Vietnam tours packages
What to do in September
Stroll around Hoan Kiem Lake
Although Hanoi has so many parks and lakes, Hoan Kiem Lake, which is the most significant and legendary, is the top place to visit in autumn. It can be said that Hoan Kiem Lake is a great refuge for both Vietnamese and foreigners whose days are mostly in the narrow and chaotic streets of the Old Quarter. In the morning, you can admire a bold scene simplicity and gentleness created by the people doing exercise, walking, playing chess, doing a photo shoot or even fishing. In the afternoon, vendors come to sell cheap eats and souvenirs and young students visit the lake with the hope of practicing their English with foreigners. In the evenings, the lake draws couples to visit for a romantic night out thanks to its twinkling fairy tale setting created by the colorful lights beautifully lit up.
Explore Hanoi Old Quarter
With 36 streets with ancient houses, a lot of classic architectures, and streets still retaining the style of the 19th century, Hanoi Old Quarter is one of the famous historical sites inside a modern and dynamic city. In order to fully explore Hanoi Old Quarter in September, prepare your feet for a day of walking across these streets, being attracted by the brilliant color of chrysanthemums, roses; seeing local vendors busy with their daily activities; enjoying the different rustic charm of the capital city and of course tasting some of the most delicious Hanoi’s food specialties.
Start the evening with bia hoi at Beer Corner
To begin a night out, bia hoi, which is cheap and can easily be found everywhere you go, should not be a bad idea. Drinking at a bia hoi or at Beer Corner will satisfy anyone’s night plans, especially in the little bit hot weather of Hanoi in September. Situated at Ta Hien and Luong Ngoc Quyen in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, Beer Corner has become a favorite drinking spot for Vietnamese, expats and backpackers as well.
At night, you will have to mingle with the incredible locals’ and tourists’ crowd seeking for bia hoi to find a drinking spot for yourself or walk down the really narrow Ta Hien Street. With 10 glasses of beer costing only VND 80,000 – 100,000 (USD $3.5 – 4.4), this is the reason why customers can happily sit on mini plastic stools along the street for hours on end. What is more interesting than sitting among locals and other travelers, chatting and seeing the endless stream of people passing by?
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