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The Government has approved adding nearly VND1.92 trillion to the investment cost and rescheduling the completion of the Nhon-Hanoi Station metro line project to 2027.
The district authority will also plan to renovate and embellish the infrastructure around the lake, such as installing lighting systems and upgrading promenades and flower gardens.
Many areas in Hanoi are facing a serious water shortage due to the surging demand during the prolonged hot weather.
Hanoi is believed to hold rich potential for golf tourism, and it is taking various measures to tackle challenges and turn this type of tourism into its signature travel products.
Tay Ho district People's Committee will soon submit to the Hanoi People’s Committee a draft regulation on the management and exploitation of the West Lake – the biggest freshwater lake in the city.
Hanoi's historic Ba Dinh Square has been closed to tourists from June 12 to August 14.
It aims to enhances trade, connection, and supply chain to serve the citizens.
Population growth in Hanoi's downtown area is increasing the strain on the city's infrastructure.
The new paint of a villa dating to the French colonial era at 49 Tran Hung Dao Street in downtown Hanoi has been a burning issue for the public and particularly heritage lovers. People have argued about the striking new colours of the building.
Hanoi police have identified two people who swam in the city’s iconic Hoan Kiem District.
Hanoi City is seeking approval from the central Government for a plan to develop one more international airport for the capital city area besides the operational Noi Bai International Airport.
Darning clothes work requires meticulousness, ingenuity and patience, and thanks to that, it brings a decent income for the 72-year-old craftwoman in Hanoi.
A year after reopening to international tourism, Hanoi’s tourism and hospitality industry is posting solid growth.
Ninety-one projects expected to be implemented under the build-transfer (BT) mode have been told to stop implementation.
Hanoi was named among the country’s top 10 localities in exports in 2022 in the latest annual report on imports and exports unveiled by the Ministry of Industry and Trae (MoIT) on April 27.
Domestic and international experts have acknowledged Hanoi’s activeness in implementing its initiatives and commitments as a member of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, particularly the engagement of the entire community in creative activities.
Hanoi authorities have planned to open three new walking streets in Ba Dinh and Dong Da districts.
A large underground archaeological museum with direct access to the excavation pits can be an attraction for visitors to Thang Long Imperial Citadel.
Hanoi's Department of Construction has revealed four reasons for the quick deterioration of local pavements after recently being paved with costly natural stones.
The return of Chinese tourists and business travelers is expected to help warm up the Hanoi hotel market.