Autumn is considered the most beautiful season of the year in Hanoi with reed flowers showcasing their pure beauty in Hanoi's iconic historical site.
Autumn arrives gracefully in Vietnam's capital city, bringing fresh and gentle breezes and sunlight that add just the right amount of warmth.
With its romantic scenery and cool weather, Hanoi's Autumn is sure to win the heart of any visitor to the city.
Visiting UNESCO-recognized Thang Long Imperial Citadel during the most beautiful season of the year, travelers will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the pure beauty of reed flowers.
Reed is a weed species scattered in many places in Hanoi, but it is at its best in the Thang Long Imperial Citadel and the alluvial land of the Red River under Long Bien Bridge.
|Visitors at Thang Long Imperial Citadel. Photo: Huy Pham/The Hanoi Times |
|A field of reeds in bloom, like a white carpet.|
| The reed bed is blanketed by a pristine, soft, and romantic white color, creating a unique appeal in the heart of the heritage.|
| Visitors come to take photos. |
|Romantic beauty of flowers on the background of the thousand-year-old citadel.|
|The beauty of flowers creates photo opportunities for people of all ages.|
|These days, Thang Long Imperial Citadel has become a photo destination for many visitors.|
|Reed is a perennial type of grass that has a long, spreading stalk and roots that reach deep into the ground.|
|This poetic scene has stress-relieving properties.|
| Thanks to the wildflower, the landscape of Thang Long Imperial Citadel becomes fanciful and attractive every autumn.|