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All reviews street food narrow streets place to stay crossing the road night market lots of shops hustle and bustle every corner walk around street vendors bia hoi crazy traffic hoan kiem lake pho local food egg coffee bustling
Hanoi is cultural center of Vietnam with more then 600 magnificent pagodas and temples,but also with incredible street atmosphere that is the most fascinating in the Old quarter.It is a compelling and irresistible part of the city in which the Vietnam"s past and the present...More
Filled with shop, bars, restaurants and all the other goodies the Old Quarter is an ok place to spend the day window shopping and drinking. At night, the touts and hawkers can be a bit pushy but this is Vietnam. If you are in Hanoi...More
The Old Quarter of Hanoi is unique! An eclectic mixture of old and new, with a huge variety of shops, cafes, restaurants and hotels spread between long, narrow houses. There is always something new around each corner and it is easy to simply stroll the...More
Tired just thinking about all of the things one can do in the Old Quarters, from fine dining, great hotels to Tai Chi at 05:30 in the morning with hundreds if not thousands of other Vietnamese doing their exercises or Tai Chi around the lake...More
The place is filled with buzz at night. So many bars and clubs. You can stroll around and find get some street shopping done, relax on a bar's outdoor balcony, sitting on the street having a cheap (yes CHEAP) beer watching people go by, or...More
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Hi, I have been to Hanoi during New Year. It's a wonderful sight with local celebrations. But if need peace and quiet of course Halong Bay.I would suggest spend at least a day to see these wonderful sight. Take note its very... More
Hi, I have been to Hanoi during New Year. It's a wonderful sight with local celebrations. But if need peace and quiet of course Halong Bay.I would suggest spend at least a day to see these wonderful sight. Take note its very cold as Hanoi is over the north.