Hanoi nightlife is one of the most famous features that make a second-to-none Hanoi. After-work activities in Hanoi are various from taking part in unique cultural events to daily activities of local people like walking or shopping.
According to the approval of Hanoi People's Committee, the space of walking streets in Hanoi Old Streets will be expanded more six streets including Hang Buon, Hang Giay, Luong Ngoc Quyen, Ma May, Dao Duy Tu, and Ta Hien.
Hanoi autumn has for a long time allured many domestic and foreign tourists. Once going here, I am actually attracted with its stunning beauty and the romance of a thousand year capital.
Hanoi Old Quarter is the most bustling area in the capital with many restaurants, bars, commercial centers, and thousands of households. Hanoi is planning to relocate several households to reduce dense population here.
TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel website, has recently released a list of 95 most appealing attractions in Hanoi, of which 3 attractions are awarded the certificates of excellent services in 2014.
Somebody say that although Hanoi is small, you cannot walk through all the streets and taste all specialties of this small but beautiful city. Strolling along Hanoi Old Quarter, tourists can see clearly distinct features between Hanoi and other cities.
The program will introduce a group of local volunteers who guide visitors around Hanoi and give them insight into the capital city’s culture, a photo contest to commemorate the Vietnamese culture heritage day and some other notable news.
In the evening of September 19th 2014, Hang Buom Food Street in Hanoi Old Quarter was officially opened by Dong Xuan Joint Stock Company. This food street is expected to promote Hanoi cuisine to tourists.