Many streets in Hanoi have been left covered by the dense fog along with some light rain, it has caused major difficulties for traffic. The humidity level is currently over 90%. Looking in from the suburbs to the centre of the city, high-rise buildings are lost under thick mist. As local people travel on an overpass, it is only possible to see a short way in front, it’s very difficult to see far into the distance. Belt Road No 3 can barely be seen amid the thick white mist. An urban area in Cau Giay District was left looking gloomy under a haze of fog. Dense fog descends on Thanh Xuan District. Hanoi’s tallest building, Kengnam building, was left obscured by mist. Many high-rise buildings were lost beneath grey mist. A construction site under dense fog Buildings look unusually dim. Things in the distance become difficult to see, here, the crane is barely visible. The misty atmosphere is reminiscent of Sapa town in Lao Cai Province. Thang Long Boulevard is eerily quiet amid the mist.
Hanoi’s tallest building, Kengnam building, was left obscured by mist.
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