Hanoi Old Quarter
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The Hanoi Old Quarter contains great values of culture, history and architecture for the capital and the whole country.
Located in the Old Quarter of Hanoi, Ma May street is continuing to face up to challenges brought about by the return of the COVID-19 epidemic, with many souvenir shops, restaurants, and travel agencies left deserted.
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Nearly a year after finishing renovations to a single archway underneath the railway line running along Phung Hung Street, the Hanoi Old Quarter Management Board plans to upgrade five more, which are all in a single row.
The lobby of a hotel on Hang Be Street in the heart of Hanoi that used to be full of tourists is now filled with furniture.
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The Hanoi Old Quarter Management Board recently came together with the Vietnamese Dinh Lang Club to host a special arts programme featuring visually-impaired singers.
Many business owners in Hanoi’s famous Old Quarter are becoming increasingly concerned about the decline in customers, causing their revenue to sharply decrease, and resulting in many stores closing their doors following COVID-19 epidemic.
An embankment is being constructed to prevent erosion at the Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi.
Shops in the usually-crowded Old Quarter in Hanoi have set marks which are two-metre apart for buyers for Covid-19 prevention.
Bustling streets in Hanoi’s Old Quarter with crowded alleys and lively nightlife have turn quiet and deserted during the time when the whole country is practising physical distancing.
Various tourist sites in Hanoi sit empty, as ongoing concerns over the COVID-19 continue.
Ta Hien Street in Hanoi Old Quarter has become crowded again after being quiet for around one month due to coronavirus.
As one of the nation’s moved loved street foods, Banh Mi on sale in Hanoi’s Old Quarter has established a reputation among both locals and foreign tourists.
Following a brief lull in business as a result of the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Ta Hien street in the heart of Hanoi’s Old Quarter has become increasingly busy due to the return of foreign visitors.
Displays of Tet from bygone eras have been reimagined at the Kim Ngan Communal House on Hang Bac street in Hanoi as a way of celebrating the Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet.
These coffee shops provide not only favorable locations for lensmen but also good snacks and dishes with affordable prices.
Hanoi, a charming city with a history of over one thousand years, is the convergence of cultural and historical essences of Vietnam.
The “Hong Kong Alley” has emerged as an instagramable setting in Hanoi where young people can capture the most satisfying shots according to Hong Kong style with the colorful lights shimmering as in movies.
Smart tourism is being applied in a number of tourist attractions in Hanoi such as Bat Trang ceramic village, Thang Long imperial citadel, Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature - National University) and Hanoi Old Quarter.