The future of heritage
The value of heritage is often overshadowed in the modern world by new developments. Take a look at Hanoi – the historic capital of Vietnam: citadels, temples, collonial French villas… where are they now amidst busy urban areas, fancy high-rise buildings and modern infrastructure?
The story of Hanoi
In 2018, Vietnam saw exceptional growth in terms of GDP, investment, consumption and tourism. Following the national trails, Hanoi left a global presence so remarkable that the city beat Bangkok and Hawaii to be the destination for the Trump – Kim summit in March 2019.
As an international destination for holidays as well as to live and work, Ha Noi is a cultural hub of East and West, old and new. The Imperial Citadel, Old Quarters, Hoan Kiem Lake to name a few - Hanoi’s heritage plays well in the new world, adding rich value in arts, culture, architecture, tourism as well as modern real estate.