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How to enjoy Hanoi nightlife?

How to enjoy Hanoi nightlife?

Although Hanoi is not a world-famous place for nightlife, you will not regret a minute you spend on the street in Hanoi at night because...

Top 5 activities in Hanoi at night

Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam is not world famous for its nightlife, but it’s still an interesting one for those visiting the city. There are still thousands of things to do and places to visit in this Hanoi at night. But for now, we’re listing down 5 of the best nightlife experiences in this city.

Activities with kids in Hanoi (Part 1)

Hanoi is a crowded, noisy city. There are several beautiful parks and exciting activities that you can enjoy with your family if you need to escape the chaos!

Activities with kids in Hanoi (Part 2)

The busy streets and hectic traffic in Hanoi make it less than child-friendly, but don’t let that put you off: the city offers many activities that children will enjoy.Here are the next activities with kids you might want to consider during a stay.
Dong Xuan Market

Shopping at Dong Xuan Market

Đong Xuan is the name of the largest market in Hanoi. Located in the heart of the Old Quarter, it was part of an...
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

Visiting Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Ba Dinh Square is one of the most visited attractions in Hanoi. It is the final resting place of Ho...
Shopping at Savico Mega Mall

Shopping at Savico Mega Mall

Officially opening at the end of 2011, Savico Mega Mall is the largest commercial center in Vietnam with the total area of about 60,000m2.
Participating Lim Festival In Spring

Participating Lim Festival In Spring

About twenty kilometers away from Hanoi, Lim Village of Bac Ninh province is famous for Quan Ho folk songs and Lim Festival, one of...
Water Puppets in Hanoi

Watching Water Puppets

Water puppets is an ancient art, documented as far back as the establishment of Thang Long (Hanoi) as the capital of the country 1,000...
Hanoi Old Quarter

Discovering Hanoi Old Quarter

Hanoi Old Quarter is called as “36 streets” or “36 streets and guilds” because each street is recognized with its own commercial activity and product. Hanoi...