Keangnam Hanoi Landmark 72
Not only a multi-purpose complex in Hanoi with modern and ingenious architecture, Keangnam Hanoi Landmark 72 is a location in the heart of the capital, bringing all your living needs to one place.
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This building is really a unique combination of luxury shopping malls and great entertainment spots, offering a stunning 360-degree view of the city from above making it easy for visitors to lost on the horizon.
With an impressive height and outstanding innovative design, Keangnam Hanoi Landmark 72 is considered a symbol of Hanoi’s growth. This splendid skyscraper is a worthwhile proposition for any visitor craving a unique place to explore the modernity of the capital city.
As the tallest skyscraper in Hanoi, Landmark 72 is located at the junction of Duong Dinh Nghe, Me Tri and Pham Hung streets, one of the major intersections in the western area of the city. Surrounded by many urban projects such as The Manor Me Tri, My Dinh urban area, national convention center, national exhibition center, skyscrapers located in the promising new urban development area. .
Sky Observation Deck 72
The most notable attraction in this building tour is undoubtedly the Sky 72 Observation Deck. Taking the elevator to the top of this 72-story building, you can experience breathtaking 360-degree views of Hanoi. It is not surprising that visitors will be mesmerized by the magnificent scenery of the whole city when night falls, thousands of twinkling stars appear in the shimmering sky. In short, the view of the city from the 72nd floor is extremely unique and worth every penny of yours.
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Along with a unique view of the city, this observatory is also a colorful mix of art and entertainment. The top floor includes a 3D photography area, where you can freely create your own unique beautiful photos with 3D paintings while the ultra-modern 3D technology zone with full of the latest technologies in the field entertain.
Art exhibitions are held in the special zone – the dream art paradise. There, you will experience various artistic masterpieces by Vietnamese and international artists in an elegant and charming space.
It also has a unique Wish Wall designed to hold special wishes or messages atop Hanoi’s tallest tower on special occasions. Locals and young couples often go there on special occasions like Christmas or Valentine’s Day to send meaningful messages to their loved ones. For anyone coming here with the ultimate aim of enjoying 360-degree views of the city, you can take a break at a cafe on the 72nd floor, order some delicious cakes and drinks, and then gradually opened his eyes to the terrace of the whole city. eyes when dawn broke and the whole city began to light up. Don’t forget to bring your camera to take a few pictures. You will feel relaxed as you fully immerse yourself in this universal landscape.
Tickets to the elevator are publicly sold at the price of 160,000 VND for adults, 100,000 VND for children, free for children under 80 cm in height (tickets include all services at Sky 72 Observatory) . If you go in a group of more than 10 people, the ticket will be cheaper. However, on weekends or holidays, prices may increase slightly from normal prices.
A complex of shopping and entertainment attractions
Landmark 72 is an ingenious combination of entertainment areas, shopping centers, cinemas, clinics, gyms… All in one so you can learn about this building anything. what you need.
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This building houses the famous luxurious 5-star InterContinental hotel on floors 60-70, while a commercial center, entertainment center, gym or cinema covers floors 1-11. For anyone looking for healthcare services, basement area B1 and 10th floor of the tower are polyclinic in the model of hospital – hotel with high health care services. provided to anyone in need.
How to get there
By personal means
From the city center, you follow the city’s outer ring road 2 (Ring 2 road) and then go to urban area E6, Pham Hung street, Cau Giay district. It is very easy to move and find the way because Landmark 72 is easy to observe from a distance thanks to its huge height.
Another option is to use ride-hailing apps like Grab or Bee
Take the bus routes: 05, 29, 33, 39, 44, you drop right next to the building (fare is only 7,000 VND).
Location: Cell E6, Unit 1201, Pham Hung Street, Me Tri, Nam Tu Liem District, Hanoi
Best for: All Visitors
Admission: Free for children under 80 cm, 100,000 VND for children, 160,000 VND for adults
Distance to city center: 5.3km (3.3 mi)