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Useful tips for traveling Duong Lam ancient village

You might be hoping to impress a client over a business meal, seeking out a classy place to cut loose after hours, or simply hankering for classic French patisserie and delicacies. With these top fine-dining picks, you can satisfy your fickle tummy, and experience the culinary remnants of the French colony in the capital of Vietnam.

Hanoi’s food scene can be overwhelming with its mix of smells and tastes but it’s well worth exploring since it’s one of the freshest, healthiest and most flavorful cuisines in the world. To taste street foods in Hanoi, you can go some addresses below:

Buffet restaurants provide customers with the chance to taste a wide range of cuisines at a reasonable price and professional services. There are many kinds of buffet restaurants in Hanoi: from traditional, Western, to hotpot and dessert ones.
Useful Tips for travelling to Hanoi in Tet

Travelling Hanoi in Tet is the best way to enjoy and discover Vietnamese culture. There are some tips for travelers who want to travel to Vietnam during this holiday to avoid bad experience.
5 Best Places to Take Photos in Hanoi

Walking around Hanoi streets, you will catch sight of many young men with their professional cameras stick to their eyes and beautiful young girls in their fancy clothes attractively posing. Here are 5 places that many photographers and visitors would like to take photos in.
Hanoi

Restaurants, bars in Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi will be keeping their doors open into the early hours. >> When to go to Hanoi >> Plan Your...
When to go to Hanoi

In terms of weather, the ideal time to visit Hanoi is between October (with temperatures averaging 80 degrees Fahrenheit) and mid-December (with temperatures ranging...
Hanoi Capital of Vietnam

Hanoi marked its 1,000-year anniversary amidst much fanfare back in 2010, and although Western fashions, music, and food have long since elbowed their way...
Essential Tips for Travallers in Hanoi

Overcharging Overcharging is common in Hanoi, especially on tourist markets. The mentality here is that "it is acceptable to rip off rich" - many sellers...