6 most attracted bars in Hanoi

Tadioto, The Doors or +84 are great places for foreigners to come to exchange about art, listen to music and enjoy drinks when they are in Hanoi. Tadioto From abstract paintings, artistic ... Continue Reading →

Australian female backpacker promote Hanoi on CNN

After filming with CNN, the blogger did not hesitate to share her Hanoi travel experience with those who first come here. In January, Phoebe (Brisbane, Australia) arrived in Hanoi as ... Continue Reading →

It’s 4 a.m. in Hanoi

If you think Hanoi is now completely a modern city with noise and traffic jam, think again! The city itself still remains all the ancient and elegant beauty that is waiting for you ... Continue Reading →

Christmas in Hanoi

The idea of spending Christmas time in a tropical country like Vietnam seems to be weird, especially when you know that the number of Catholics in Vietnam is not significant. However, ... Continue Reading →

The ancient features of Duong Lam

Over the time, the old signs have been imprinted on each dormer, each road in the small village of Duong Lam. Duong Lam is an exciting destination not new to many visitors. This is ... Continue Reading →

Three reasons to visit Hanoi in autumn

If you ask what the best time to visit Hanoi, the answer will certainly be in Autumn. Why? Let’s find out reasons that why you should come and enjoy the city during the autumn ... Continue Reading →

Lakes – The “other beautiful side” of an elegant Hanoi

(Welecom2Hanoi)-Talking about Hanoi, tourists tend to mention their “on land” favourite destinations, from the Old Quarter to Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, from Temple of literature to ... Continue Reading →

20 things to do in Hanoi, Vietnam

My time in Hanoi has come to an end! After calling Hanoi home for the last 10 months, it’s about time for me to head home to the States. Although I no longer live in Vietnam, it will ... Continue Reading →

Culinary attraction in Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi has long been an attractive destination for its scenic spots, historical and cultural sites, and unique cuisine. In 2012 the Asia Record Organization recognized 12 Vietnamese ... Continue Reading →

Hang Gai street

Old Hang Gai St. reminds us of smooth soft silk and souvenir items of all types and colors. Hang Gai Street is home to a wide variety of small lovely shops which sell silk, embroideries ... Continue Reading →
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