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...

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.

The winter snack specialties of Hanoi

Some people think that delectable dishes are available for all four seasons. Correct! However, it is not deniable that some of them are especially more tasty and appetizing in the cold weather of Hanoi winter.

The following is a list of some of the most typical snack foods that have become a part of winter in Hanoi.

1. Grilled corn (Vietnamese: Ngô nướng)

The scent of grilled corn coming along with chilly winds of winter nights always brings about a bit of warmth inside many Hanoians.

Vietnam’s most beautiful stream in autumn

The poetic beauty of Yen stream in autumn can melt the hearts of any photographer and tourist. This is the perfect place to go on a quiet autumn day in the outskirts of Hanoi. Yen...

Ao Dai festival marks 60th anniversary of Hanoi’s liberation

A festival featuring 250 Ao dai (Vietnamese traditional dresses) designed by well-known designers will be held in Hanoi in October.

The event is one of activities celebrating the 60th anniversary of capital's liberation (October 10-1954).

The Ao dai festival titled Colors of Hanoi and a concert themed Ha Noi, Niem Tin va Hy Vong (Ha Noi, Belief and Hope) will take place at Cach Mang Thang Tam (the August Revolutionary) Square and at King Ly Thai To Munument in Van Mieu (Temple of Literature) on October 10.



The event will be broadcast live by Vietnam Television.

A series of

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

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.

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