Hanoi is the most beautiful at night, what is more interesting when watching the scenery of the city lights up from above. Lotte Observation Deck – an observatory area located on the 65th floor of Lotte Center Hanoi – offering beautiful panoramic views of Hanoi. That is one of the most interesting things to do in Hanoi at night.
Lotte Observation Deck Basic Information
- Location: 65th Floor (253m, 830ft) – Lotte Building, 54 Lieu Giai street, Ba Dinh dist, Hanoi.
- Total floor area: 3,514 ㎡
- The place of Observation Deck is the entirety of Hanoi at one glance
Located on the 65th floor of the Lotte Center, the largest and tallest complex building in Hanoi, this observation deck is divided into four sections: Attraction Zone, Welcome Zone, Experience Zone and Romantic Zone. Features of these different zones include The Skywalk, Bamboo Road, Welcome Theatre, Photo zone, View Terrace and Sky Gallery.
Lotte Observation Deck Entrance Fee
Prices depend on a number of factors, including age and time of day.
The general entrance fee is VND 230,000/adult (US$10/adult over 12 years old) and VND 170,000/child (3-12 years old, ~$6).
Discount price applied for time 8.30 to 10.30 and 22.00 to 23.00 (50% discount)
You can purchase the ticket at Ticket Counter located on B1 floor before 22.30 or book in advance now to get early bird discount up to 30%
How to get to Hanoi lotte observation deck
Hanoi Lotte Observation Deck is located in Lotte Center Hanoi at 54 Lieu Giai. To get to the tower, you can hire a taxi or book a Grab. Once are in the hotel, go to the basement and press the elevator to 65 floor (do not enter the department since there is a separate way to the deck).
What to expect when visiting Hanoi Lotte Observation Deck
This is the monumental observatory, about 272m high above the ground, total area of 3,514m2 with the first Sky Walk in Southeast Asia. Dubbed the “Island in the sky”, this is a destination that attracts young people who want to see dynamic Hanoi from above.
With the highspeed elevator (360m / min), it only takes about 50 seconds to move from the B1 floor to the observatory on the 65th floor.
From here, you can easily get the bird-eye view of Hanoi right at the corridor or walkway.
Skywalk is a highlight of the deck. You can see the city through the transparent glass under your feet. The glass has safe bearing capacity which can accommodate up to 10 people, designed on both sides of the building.
Seeing Vietnam’s Capital from the Sky Walk Observatory is an experience that anyone coming to Hanoi should try.
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