Tea & Lemon tea – A piece of culture


Unlike many countries where street drinking is illegal, Vietnam has its own street drinking culture.

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


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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.

2017 Lunar New Year will last for 7 days

Tet Nguyen Dan, or Tet for short, is considered the biggest and most popular festival of the year in Vietnam. Celebrated on the first day of the first month in Lunar Calendar, Tet’s celebration...

3 Hanoi summer fruits along the streets – Summer Milkshake #3

Coming to Vietnam, an agricultural producing country, means that you will have a chance to taste plenty of fruits. And if you are coming to Hanoi, congratulations, you will soon be in the heart of a fruit land! As Hanoi is the capital city, most kinds of specialties from different provinces can be found here. In this Milkshake #3, continuing to help you get through July and August, we will show you three very common, delicious, healthy and cooling Hanoi summer fruits. Let’s start with lychee.

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hanoikid how to choose a taxi in hanoi

How to identify, choose and call a reliable taxi in Hanoi

As Hanoikids members take tours, many visitors ask us the way to travel around in Hanoi.

Hanoi Street Food

In 2012, Ha Noi was chosen one of 10 cities with the most delicious food in Asia by CNNGo. Hanoi offers a wide selection of cuisines but many tourists say that they only find the best at sidewalk stalls.

Street food is a feature of Vietnam in general, and Hanoi in particular. Walking on crowded streets, you can easily see the locals sitting on the pavements enjoying street food.

Announcement: Hanoikids’ 2017 Tet Holiday Schedule

As Vietnamese Lunar New Year or Tet Holiday is around the corner, we would like to keep you informed of our club’s schedule of Tet holiday as follows: We will not provide tours from January 25th to February...