Hanoi Weather in November

November marks the end of autumn in Hanoi. This is also the time for transferring between autumn and winter. So the weather in Hanoi in November is cool and sunny, which is suitable for visitors to travel around Hanoi and its surroundings. In this post, Incredible Asia Journeys is glad to show you some useful information about the weather in Hanoi in November so that you can plan the best itinerary for your trip to Vietnam.

A corner of Hanoi in November

1. The temperature in Hanoi in November

What is the weather like in Hanoi in November? Hanoi in November is much cooler than the previous months. The temperature drops to 18˚C (64.4˚F) on average. The low temperature ranges from 13˚C (55.4˚F) to 24˚C (75.2˚F), while the high temperature fluctuates between 19˚C (66.2˚F) and 31˚C (87.8˚F). In general, the second half of November is cooler than the weather in Hanoi in early November.

In addition, the number of wet days in Hanoi in November also reduced to only 5 days and 46mm compared with 14 days and 146mm in October.

All of these factors lead to the cooler and a little bit drier weather. It is a nice time to travel around Hanoi and the surrounding areas.

2. Best places to visit in Hanoi in November

Now, if you wonder "Is november a good time to visit Vietnam?", then "Absolutely YES!" Let's explore the TOP tourist attractions in Hanoi in November!

2.1. Hanoi Old Quarter

The weather in Hanoi in November is suitable for strolling around the Hanoi Old Quarter with 36 ancient streets. You will see always-busy and small streets along with ancient architectural houses. Hanoi Old Quarter is bustling with many things to enjoy. You can hire a cyclo to travel around Hanoi Old Quarter, get some traditional art products as souvenirs, and enjoy some food and drinks. If you visit Hanoi Old Quarter on the three days of weekends, you can join Night Market, which is near Hoan Kiem Lake. Take a short distance from Hanoi Old Quarter to Hoan Kiem Lake, you can enjoy the fresh air, or play some traditional games. This will be very interesting.

Cyclo in Hanoi Old Quarter

2.2. Thang Long Water Puppet Theater

If you are interested in traditional art, you should see a Water Puppet Show – a unique traditional art of Vietnam. This performs the life of Vietnamese farmers like catching fish, cultivating, or tending buffalo,... Just 100.000 - 200.0000 VND for a ticket.

Location: No.57B Dinh Tien Hoang Street

Opening hours: 15:30, 17:00, 18:30, 20:00, 21:15 and Sunday at 09:30

Water Puppet Show

2.3. Tay Tuu Flower Garden or Nhat Tan Flower Garden

Two of them are the most famous flower gardens in Hanoi. November is the month of many beautiful flowers, especially the white baby daisy (Cuc Hoa Mi Trang). Coming here, you can be impressed with the fields of the white baby daisy. These gardens are ideal places for you to take your beautiful photo album with flowers.

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Nhat Tan Flower Garden with White Baby Daisy Flowers

3. Best Trips from Hanoi

3.1. Hanoi to Sapa Tours

Sapa in November is becoming colder and colder. So if you would like to visit Sapa from Hano, you should bring your warm jackets. Sapa welcomes you with green rice paddies and a little bit of cold weather. The weather in Sapa in November is suitable for trekking to explore ethnic people villages including Giang Ta Chai, Ta Van, Lao Chai, and Ta Phin Villages. Interacting with the locals and experiencing the local life in homestays will be very exciting.

Stone Church in Sapa

3.2. Hanoi to Ha Giang Tours

Located in the far north of Vietnam, Ha Giang attracts tourists with its beautiful road lines and buckwheat flowers. From October to November, buckwheat flowers are blooming, which seems to be a new coat for the Ha Giang rocky plateau. Furthermore, at the end of November, there are beautiful rice-terraced paddies on the mountain slopes of Ha Giang rocky plateau. Also, you can discover some other attractive destinations like Lung Cu Flag Pole, Quan Ba Double Mountain, Dong Van Stone Plateau, and so on. Ha Giang has become one of the amazing places to visit in Vietnam.

There is few public transportations to Ha Giang so that it is better when you hire a motorbike to drive with your friends to Ha Giang. To be safer, you can book a tour to Ha Giang with a car driver and tour guide.

Buckwheat flowers in Ha Giang in November

3.3. Hanoi to Halong Bay Tours

The weather in Halong Bay in November is quite pleasant. Because November stands in the low season of Halong Bay, so this is a great opportunity for those who want to experience peaceful Halong Bay. You can take a cruise to discover mysterious caves of the legend bay, do kayaking, boating and swimming. You can even go to Halong Night Market to buy some souvenirs or experience at Tuan Chau Resort.

Paradise Sails Cruise in Halong Bay

3.4. Hanoi to Moc Chau Tours

Moc Chau is one of the most attractive destinations at the beginning of winter. Located in Son La Province in north-western Vietnam, Moc Chau is covered with white mustard fields, wild sunflower, and green tea hills in November, which attracts a huge number of visitors. You can ride a motorbike or a bicycle to enjoy the beautiful views.

Happy Land is a famous place that you should not miss out when visiting Moc Chau. It is like a paradise on the plateau in Moc Chau, Son La.

Homestay in Happy Land, Moc Chau

3.5. Hanoi to Ninh Binh Tours

Hoa Lu Tam Coc is also an attractive destination that you can visit from Hanoi in November. You can have a boating tour along the Ngo Dong River to discover the beauty of Tam Coc (Three Grottos). Pay a visit to Hoa Lu Ancient Capital to understand more about the history of Vietnam and its beauty.

Tam Coc (Three Grottos)

4. What to wear and bring as traveling in Hanoi in November

• Because of the rather cold weather in Hanoi Vietnam in November, so you should bring warm clothes, especially when you plan to visit some mountainous areas in the north of Hanoi. In case you forgot your warm clothes, you can buy some at any store in Hanoi. If you want to buy it in some shops or night markets in Hanoi Old Quarter, let's ask for a bargain. They will give you fixed prices.

• It is dry in November, so you should drink much water to stay hydrated, especially when you do trekking in Sapa or Ha Giang, or walking around Hanoi Old Quarter.

• Remember to use sun cream to protect you from ultraviolet radiation during the daytime

• A pair of shoes will be suitable for your outdoor activities during the daytime than flip-flops, or high heels.

In short, Hanoi offers many places to visit and it is a starting point for many other destinations in Vietnam tour packages, contact us to plan your trip now with free customized tours and local consultations!

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