Sat, 10/23/2021 09:28:09
News for keyword :Hanoi

Not rushing on motorbikes, not riding around Hoan Kiem Lake on cyclos and not gliding through streets on double-decker buses, the journey of exploring Hanoi by bicycles is enough for people to enjoy the landscape and realise the nostalgic but very familiar beauty of the capital city.

After nearly two months of standstill due to the Covid-19 pandemic, villagers from Me Tri trade village are returning to their traditional job of making com or young glutinous rice as Covid-19 restrictions have been eased. Visitors who come to the village these days will hear the familiar sounds of the rice mills, the pounding of the pestles, and the laughter ...
Hanoi will promote the production of souvenir gifts, which are seen as the symbol of every locality and craft village, to build up branding for its tourism service.
Located in the ancient village complex of Duong Lam in Son Tay Town, about 50km West of Hanoi’s centre, Mong Phu Communal House was built on a 1,800sq.m ground at a prominent spot of the village in the Later Le Dynasty (1533–1789), under King Le Than Tong's reign, according to Son Tay authority.
No trip would be complete without discovering the unique cuisine of the land you set foot on. Rich in cultural identity and quintessential in gastronomy, Hanoi deserves to be a favorite culinary destination in Asia.
Wandering in Hanoi in the twilight to catch one of the best moments of the millennium-year-old city is among the most favorite things to do for both the locals and foreign visitors. The Hanoi Times would like to introduce the best places to contemplate the view with the fullest enjoyment.
Lying modestly by the Day River, Chuong Village (Thanh Oai Commune, Hanoi) is famous for craft of making Non la for more than three centuries. Not only for daily wear, Chuong village’s conical hats are even used for interior decoration in restaurants, hotels or resort locally and internationally.
For many international and local tourists, their visit is seen incomplete without trying Banh Tom Ho Tay.
The number of tourists to Hanoi in the first half of 2021 is estimated at 2.9 million, down 25 percent year-on-year, according to the municipal Tourism Department.
Located in Hanoi's Old Quarter area, Ma May Street is unique as it is home to many of the city’s oldest houses.
Located some 20 kilometers away from Hanoi’s center, the Tram mountain is a unique ‘stone plateau’ in Hanoi outskirts, housing the aged-old ritual sites and marvelous beautiful landscapes.

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