VOV.VN - Restaurants throughout Hanoi have been forced to temporarily close in line with strict measures being implemented by a recent government decree which aims to contain the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.
Though it could be sad news for business owners, it promotes the safer environment for Hanoi citizens as risks may be derived from just a beer glass.
Christmas they say, is a time for giving. But for many businesses around the country, it is prime time to receive as well.
It’s a diminutive version of backpacker hangouts in Bangkok and Saigon, but Hanoi’s Ta Hien Street has its own charm.
Price of Travel has named Hanoi as the cheapest Asian city for backpackers, which, the tourism price index website, said gets high marks from most visitors.
Freelance writer and teacher Lana O’Sullivan, winner of the ‘Vietnam-Timeless Charm’ award in the Writing & Video Contest as part of the Vietnam Tourism award 2018, introduces Vietnam’s special beauty and suggests some top destinations for the first-time visitor.
A U.K. magazine which focuses on royalty and celebrities has named Hanoi among seven best backpacking destinations in Asia.
VOV.VN - Hanoi is famous not only for its beautiful spots of sightseeing but also for the wide variety of delicious cuisines. With a 48 hour stay in the capital city, adventurous visitors will be in for a truly unforgettable experience.
The young, hops-happy economy is alluring for big brewers like Asahi and Anheuser-Busch InBev.
There's no point dipping your foot in the water; you have to dive right in on a trip to Vietnam.
Besides bun cha (noodle with fried pork), eaten by US President Barack Obama during his recent visit, bia hoi (draught beer) and bun oc (noodle with snails), two famous dishes of Hanoi, will appear in CNN’s culinary discovery program featuring well-known American chef Anthony Bourdain.
VOV.VN -Bui Vien, De Tham, and Pham Ngu Lao are three main western streets in Ho Chi Minh City, where most backpacking travellers stay during their holiday.
Have you ever stopped for a second while drinking bia hoi (draft beer) on Hanoi streets to wonder how the glasses used to severe the beer are made?
If you had enough of history, take a trip through Vietnam’s many cities and taste its unique local street food culture.