Ho Tay Flower Valley is a popular tourist destination near the crossroads of Nhat Chieu and Sen Ho Tay street, and its hundreds of square meters of flower plantings—including cleome spider flowers, sunflowers, and many others—draw visitors from all over the world.
Tay Ho’s floral valley, situated in the city’s West Lake neighborhood, has seen an uptick in visitors in recent years. Thung Lung Hao Ho Tay, as it is known in Vietnamese, is a beautiful garden filled with flowers of all shapes, sizes, and colors. To get a bird’s-eye view of the blossoms, you can even ascend a windmill.
Because of the large number of people who visit this location to shoot selfies, I recommend going during the week if at all possible. The peak flower-viewing months are September through March. The cost to enter is only VND 80,000, which is roughly $3.50.
There are millions of purple cleome blooms blooming here in what was formerly a lotus pond so that photographers can come here all year round. Especially near the end of the year, the Flower Valley in Hanoi is like a floral paradise, with a wide range of unique blooms like sunflowers, butterflies, purple cleome flowers, and many more.