Located in Hanoi’s Hoai Duc neighborhood, Bao Son Paradise Park is the region’s premier amusement park and tourist attraction. The park, which first welcomed visitors in early September 2008, serves as a welcome respite for locals.
An Outline of the Paradise of Bao Son
The 20-hectare entertainment and tourism complex, built by the Bao Son Investment and Construction Group at a cost of US$50 million, is divided into four (4) main areas: eco-tourism, a replica of Ha Noi’s ancient quarters, a culinary section offering cuisine from all corners of Viet Nam, and traditional craft villages of Vietnam. The park introduces locals and tourists alike to a new world because to its seamless combination of historic and cutting-edge design elements.
Bao Son Paradise: Outline and Key Features
The Village of Old-Fashioned Trades
In it, you may see miniature versions of 15 of Vietnam’s most famous villages known for producing arts and crafts, such as the Phu Lang pottery village, the Van Phuc silk village, and villages known for producing gemstone-inlaid portraits, bamboo and rattan handicrafts, and needlework. It is an expression of both their artisan practices and the local culture from which they hail.
The Historic District’s Oldest Block
This section details the typical routines of a Hanoian from the beginning of the twentieth century. A total of over twenty tile-roofed, linked homes from the past are here. Each home looks like a storefront where a variety of vintage Hanoians’ apparel, timepieces, artwork, and beverages are on sale, providing a glimpse into the business and social customs of the region’s past.
The largest portion of the park, this eco-tourism region offers a marine ecosystem teeming with over 2,000 kinds of fish from all over the world, including sharks, sea-calves, and skates, and a wide range of euphorbia.
Included are a museum showcasing butterflies and flowers from all over the world and a royal garden with 500 distinct species of rare and beautiful orchids native to Vietnam and Southeast Asia.
It has a diverse menu, from authentic Vietnamese food to Asian and Western fare. The mall has 31 restaurants serving regional specialties from all across Vietnam, like pho (noodles), cha ca Hanoi (Hanoian grilled fish), and banh tom (crisp shrimp pastry), which can be found on street corners all around the country.
Function of Bao Son Paradise
A Place for Both Residents and Visitors to Have Fun
This Vietnamese Disneyland features a Ferris wheel, a discovery spaceship area, a swimming pool, and a 3D movie theater in an effort to entice local and international guests, particularly families with children.
There are two daily weekday showings and four weekend showings of entertaining and educational dolphin and seal presentations for children. It also has a state-of-the-art, multipurpose structure with a large stage and seating for over 7,000 people who can attend public performances.
Fostering Vietnamese Cultural Awareness
When you visit Bao Son Paradise Park, you’ll have many chances to engage with Vietnamese customs and traditions. By entering through O Quan Chuong (Quan Chuong Gate), you will be transported to the late 19th and early 20th century, providing a window into the lives of Hanoians from those eras.
Nearly twenty houses built in authentic nineteenth-century architectural styles in Hanoi’s historic district display and sell a wide variety of locally made wares.
In the park’s traditional craft villages, visitors can buy wares typical of such communities. Each craft village also features a variety of cultural artifacts such as banyan trees, water wells, and shared homes. Furthermore, there are water puppet shows and performances of traditional music, dance, and singing.
The 500-seat theater in Bao Son Paradise Park is perfect for hosting performances and cultural exchange events of all kinds. It also has a large outdoor stage where they host concerts and other events for the community and surrounding areas.