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A pedestrian street in Hanoi’s Thanh Xuan district has become a favourite destination for local people and visitors, especially young people, as it is likened to a small European street lined with cafes and restaurants on both sides.
The Hanoi Autumn Festival will be held for the first time, aiming to promote the capital city’s destinations and tourism products and attract travelers to the locality.
The Appraisal Council for the National Master Plan for 2021-2030 With a Vision to 2050 has started the appraisal process for a pre-feasibility study report for the metro line connecting Van Cao Street and Hoa Lac Urban Area in Hanoi.
the origin of the fire was concluded to be located in the area adjacent to the southern wall, approximately 2.3m from the eastern wall on the first floor.
Hanoi has recently introduced another speciality to its gourmet coffee repertoire: Salt coffee, a treat originating from Hue.
Public concern has grown significantly regarding fire safety in tall apartment buildings due to evident lapses.
As much as VND26.50 billion has been donated to the survivors and families of a recent tragic apartment fire in Hanoi which left 56 dead and dozens of people injured.
Hanoi authorities have decided to temporarily suspend all cultural events, sport games and entertainment activities from September 14 to 17 following the deadly mini apartment building fire that killed 56 people and injured 37 others.
Hanoi Tourism's Ao Dai (Traditional Long Dress) Festival, as an annual event, will create a brand for the capital's tourism, stimulate travel and attract visitors to the city.
“Hanoi Promotion Month 2023', the largest promotion event of Hanoi, will begin on October 27, offering an entire month of big discounts, some even reaching 100%.
Co Do Village, home to many well-known painters of Vietnam, is a must-visit travel destination in Hanoi.
Hanoi’s Department of Health said on September 4 that the capital recorded an additional 1,129 cases of dengue fever between August 25 and August 31.
The construction progress of the elevated section of the Nhon-Hanoi Station urban railway line has reached 99.54 per cent with the completion of eight stations, according to the Hanoi Metropolitan Railway Management Board (MRB).
About 16.9 million tourists visited Hanoi during the first eight months of 2023, rising 36.2% year on year, reported the municipal Tourism Department.
The district prioritizes the preservation and utilization of traditional cultural values to become Hanoi's creative center and favorite tourist destination.