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Discovering must-go bars and pubs in Hanoi

Discovering must-go bars and pubs in Hanoi

Serving from beer, cocktail to wine or playing from pop, rock, acoustic, jazz to techno, each bar & club contributes to the diverse color to the night life in the city.

Manhole covers in Hanoi showcase hidden art exhibition

Manhole covers in Hanoi showcase hidden art exhibition

VOV.VN - A range of ceramic artworks have been placed on manhole covers around Trang Tien and Dinh Tien Hoang streets in Hoan Kiem district of Hanoi, with plenty of passers-by taking an interest in the pieces.

Hanoi dump transformed into art space

Hanoi dump transformed into art space

VOV.VN - Recent measures have seen a waste site that stretches along the Red River’s bank in Phuc Tan ward of Hoan Kiem district in Hanoi be drastically changed into a beautiful art space.

Hanoi’s air quality worsens once again

Hanoi’s air quality worsens once again

VOV.VN - The air quality in the capital city of Hanoi has once again worsened with its PM2.5 levels exceeding national standards and being situated at harmful levels.

Over 200 circus artists to perform at Hoan Kiem pedestrian street zone

Over 200 circus artists to perform at Hoan Kiem pedestrian street zone

VOV.VN - Approximately 200 local and international circus artists are set to deliver an array of exciting performances to entertain tourists on the walking streets near Hoan Kiem lake on the morning of October 19, according to the Department of Performing Arts under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Lunar New Year visit to pagodas embraces Vietnam’s Tet tradition

Lunar New Year visit to pagodas embraces Vietnam’s Tet tradition

VOV.VN - Vietnamese people often go on a pilgrimage at the beginning of each Lunar New Year to pray for safety, health, good luck, prosperity, and happiness during the year. Visiting a pagoda in the spring has become a valued custom for Vietnamese people from all walks of life.

Smart tourism: an inevitable trend

Smart tourism: an inevitable trend

Tran Minh Nguyet, 22, a backpacker from HCM City who experienced her first trip to Hanoi early last month, said her smartphone was the one thing she could not live without during her three-day trip to the capital city.