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Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower

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Nguyen
Nguyen
September 25, 2019
Panaroma view of the whole Hanoi at the highest building in Hanoi. AON Hanoi Landmark Tower is a mixed-use supertall skyscraper in Pham Hung Boulevard, Nam Từ Liêm district, Hanoi, Vietnam. The complex consists of one 72-story Mixed-use tower with the height of 350 m and two 48-storey hotel twin…
Harley
Harley
July 09, 2016
Highest building in Hanoi
Bui
Bui
December 07, 2015
The highest buiding in VietNam where can view all city on 72th floor...
Mike
Mike
July 07, 2012
Here we have Piknik Elektronik pool party every Sunday, free entrance, free parking fee from 4pm until 11pm. This is a highest tower in Vietnam with complex, cinemas, stores, restaurants, residents...

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Hanoi, Hanoi