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Some century-old trees at the Hanoi Botanical Gardens have died.
The lack of public and recreational spaces for residents has always been an urgent issue and has been discussed for many years in the capital city of Hanoi. However, changes to Hanoi's urban landscape may soon be on the horizon.
The full potential of West Lake has not yet been exploited, but experts and local people have raised concerns with the People’s Committee of the city on plans to operate more businesses on the lake.
On March 28, Nguyễn Trung Dũng, 28, a security guard at a residential complex in Gia Lâm District, was killed after a taxi driver purposefully crashed into Dũng from behind.
The Hanoi People’s Committee has requested the city’s competent agencies to continue issuing business licenses for eligible karaoke bars to help prevent them from suspending their operations, reported the local media.
Architects said that the incoherent structures of street-front houses are disrupting the capital’s urban landscape architecture.
Ninh Hiep market, Hanoi's largest fashion market, has become quiet because of the impact by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Hanoi Opera House will close to the public for a year as it undergoes renovation, the theater’s director Nguyen Thi Minh Nguyet said on April 3.
Entering a bookshop, choosing a favourite title, and skimming through for as long as you want with some relaxing music gently playing in the background, without being frowned at by the shopkeeper. This is surely a dream for book lovers in Vietnam.
Hanoi plans to establish underground public car parks at 78 sites across four central districts, as confirmed by the municipal People's Committee.
Hanoi has planned to build 48 new markets and upgrade 11 flower gardens and one park this year.
A recent report on the Cost of Living Index, published by the General Statistics Office, has revealed that Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam, was the most expensive place to reside in the country in 2022.
Depicting the most intense and heroic moments of the 60-day Battle of Hanoi, as the army and citizens fought to defend their capital, the film chronicles street fighting in the Old Quarter against the French invading forces in the winter of 1946.
Architect Ngo Doan Duc believes that Hanoi needs to create policies to attract talent and investors to build two new cities in Hoa Lac and Noi Bai.
The program aims to restore the traditional values of Hanoians' weddings, an essential event in a person's life in any historical period.
Hanoi asked for continued support from the UNESCO World Heritage Centre (WHC) for a project to restore Kinh Thien Palace in the Thang Long Imperial Citadel in Hanoi, which was recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010.