Vegetarian Restaurants in Hanoi

Though we would not go so far as to categorize Hanoi as a giant heaven for vegetarians, the city does offer amazing lovely treats for those who have a soft spot for veggies

Restaurants Reopen Schedule for 2015 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.

Souvenirs in Hanoi

Souvenirs is one of the things that bother many of us on our vacation. Our family needs something special, something typical of the local for our colleagues and neighbors,...

2016 Lunar New Year to last for 9 days

The Government has justed agreed with the proposal suggested by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs that will grant state employees nine days off for 2016 Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday.

Accordingly, the official 2015 Tet holiday will begin on February 6 and end on February 14.
Duong Lam

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.

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.

Public holiday in Vietnam

Every nation has its own public holidays and celebrations all year round, to which Vietnam is no exception. The most interesting things about these holidays are that they are held in various forms and for various purposes.