Visa fees for int’l tourists to fall sharply next month

From November 23, foreigners will pay US$25 for a single-entry visa and US$50 for a visa valid for three months or less when they visit Vietnam, according to a circular recently issued by the Ministry of Finance.

Announcement: 2015 Lunar New Year Holiday Schedule

Tet Holiday or Vietnamese Lunar New Year is coming and we would like to hereby keep you advised of the schedule of 2015 Tet Holiday as follows:
• Our club will not provide tours from 16th February, 2015 to 22nd February, 2015. Tours will be available again on 23rd February, 2015.
• Our tour operators will be off from 16th January, 2015 to 20th February, 2015.

Restaurants Reopen Schedule for 2014 Tet Holiday

Tet is coming real close, one more day to go. Have you felt it yet? Spring festive atmosphere has already filled every little corner of Hanoi. Streets are covered with reddish pink peach blossoms and orange kumquat trees. Only at this time can you see Hanoi in its purest: the city will be vacant, revealing its beautiful quiet old streets, ancient traditions, quality family time, just like Western Christmas.

How to identify and choose a reliable taxi in Hanoi

As Hanoikids members take tours, many visitors ask us the way to travel around in Hanoi.We highly recommend you to take taxi from some reliable taxi companies we mention below for convenience and correct...

Vietnam likely to waive visas for UK, France, Australia and more

The Vietnamese government has green-lighted several proposals, including waiving visas for more nations, to revive the country’s troubled tourist industry. The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism...
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Hanoi Suburban Attractions

Bat Trang Pottery Village has been located in Hanoi’s suburb as a handicraft village for over 5 centuries. The name “Bat Trang” was first called in Le Dynasty. The ceramics of this village has been well-known with its fine and polished glaze since the very first days.

Hanoi’s street drinking-beer and coffee, like no other


1. Hanoi Street coffee
While young people prefer the noisy and busy atmosphere of modern and luxury or pavement cafes, old ones love cafes which have been around for a long time, located in old streets or inside deep alleys. Office workers like cafes with romantic and quiet styles like those in Phố Cổ (Old Quarter).


Though you won't find a Starbucks in Hanoi, there is no shortage of a variety in Hà Nội's cafes.

Tour support

Head of Tour Operation Department
Nguyen Thai Anh
Phone: 036 518 5615

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Deputy head of Tour Operation Department
Nguyen Phuong Ly
Phone: 097 505 3958