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 →

Temple of Literature in Hanoi

The Temple of Literature (known as Văn Miếu-Quốc Tử Giám in Vietnamese) is a Temple of Confuciusin Hanoi, northern Vietnam.The temple hosts the “Imperial Academy” ... Continue Reading →

10 charming points of Hanoi in the eyes of foreign travelers

Crossing the busy street, wandering in the Old Quarter or tasting a glass of bia hoi (draught beer) on the sidewalk are unforgettable experiences of foreign visitors in Hanoi. Will ... Continue Reading →

10 Must see coffee shops in Hanoi

Coffee lovers may want to check out some cafes serving delicious Vietnamese coffee in Hanoi. Here’s 10 best coffee shops in the capital city you should drop in: Sourse by ... Continue Reading →

Winter treats of Hanoi

When winter arrives in Hanoi, fried sweet potato and banana cakes will become favorite foods of Hanoians and visitors. Stalls selling hot potato and banana cakes have begun appearing ... Continue Reading →

Night market in the Hanoi Old Quarter

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Hanoi students discover the joy of helping

Volunteer students at Hoan Kiem Lake in Ha Noi have learned, like the adventurous students in Can Tho in the Mekong Delta, that by helping tourists find their way, they are also expanding ... Continue Reading →

Long Bien bridge in photos album romantic

Long Bien bridge seems more romantic in October when Co Lau (Saccharum arundinaceum-Poaceae) flowers are in full bloom on the Red River banks. Continue Reading →

“Bánh Cốm” – a fine treat of Hanoi

Hanoi has many specialties on offer but one of the most renowned snacks which most visitors to the capital want to bring home as a gift for family and friends is banh com (sweet, soft ... Continue Reading →

Long Bien wholesale market in early morning

Long Bien wholesale market, which is an attractive destination in Hanoi is listed by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the world’s top 7 street markets.   Continue Reading →