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Although the tourism industry has been heavily affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Hanoi is still ranked in the list of cities as the most attractive destinations in the world.

Hanoi to install nine more free WiFi hotspots

The installation of wifi hotspots by the Hanoi Department of Information & Communications is part of its plan for digital transformation and Tourism improvement in the capital city.


Hanoi’s tourism lost $3.6 billion in 2020 amid Covid-19 crisis

Hanoi received 8.65 million travelers in 2020, just 30 percent of the figure in 2019. Losses were estimated at $3.6 billion.

What to do in Hanoi in 24 hours: Nightlife

Night activities in this millennial city may surprise visitors and leave deep impressions.

What to do in Hanoi in 24 hours?

Every hour in Hanoi is a memorable time to capture the beauty of the millennial city from different perspectives, from traditional to modern.

Nighttime entertainment venues remain quiet in Hanoi after re-opening

Despite bars, nightclubs, and karaoke venues in Hanoi being granted permission to re-open as of September 16, many were quiet on their first night back.

Reeling Hanoi tourism sector plots recovery

Tran Trung Hieu, deputy director of the Hanoi Tourism Department, talks on his department’s plan to attract tourists to the city in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hanoi stimulates tourism by rail promotion

Hanoi has launched various promotions and discounts on rail tickets and connected tours on rail routes to stimulate domestic tourism post-COVID-19.

Hanoi promoted as safe and stable destination

To really set free its tremendous potential for investment, trade, and tourism, Hanoi has been actively implementing different measures to promote itself domestically and abroad in a bid to become a safer and more stable destination.

Hanoi’s tourism promotion activities to be held

Hanoi authorities have issued a plan on the city’s tourism promotion activities after the Covid-19 pandemic.


What to do in Hanoi in 24 hours?

Every hour in Hanoi is a memorable time to capture the beauty of the millennial city from different perspectives, from traditional to modern.

City walk from Hoe Nhai Street to Long Bien Bridge

The Friends of Vietnam Heritage (FVH) plans to host a walk on March 20, from Hoe Nhai Street to the iconic Long Bien Bridge.


Domestic two-wheeler makers taking on industry behemoths

One of the leading car manufacturers in Vietnam is moving into the light motorcycle market, lending more sparks to the fire that is Vietnam’s heated two-wheeler arena.

Foreign tourists visits to Hanoi sharply rise

Hanoi is estimated to have attracted more than 7 million foreign tourists this year, up 17% on-year.


Hanoi plans to ban vehicles in nine streets around Hoan Kiem Lake

The Hanoi Department of Transport is building a plan to ban all vehicles operating in nine streets around Hoan Kiem Lake within one month with the hope of expanding the city pedestrian zone.

CNN’s short videos on Hanoi attract foreign viewers

Advertising clips by CNN to promote Vietnamese capital city of Hanoi have attracted a lot of foreign viewers during their broadcasts from June 3 to August 31 as part of the bilateral tourism deal.



CNN conducts 703 broadcasts promoting Hanoi tourism

The US Cable News Network (CNN) has conducted an estimated 703 broadcasts promoting Vietnamese capital city of Hanoi from June 3 to August 31, reported the Hanoi Department of Tourism.


Blooming mulberry season in Hanoi

The last days of March and early April is the busy period for local farmers in the mudflat areas along the Red and Day Rivers, as the mulberry harvest season begins.


Hanoi in March

 March, when the trees change leaves, is one of the most blossoming months of the year in Hanoi. Walking along the city streets, visitors will be surprised to realise that Hanoi has all four seasons with every colour of flowers and plants.

Hanoi's museums, relic sites join hands to lure visitors

 Seventeen museums and relic sites in Hanoi have signed a memorandum of understanding on intensifying dissemination work to lure more visitors. The initiative aims to maximise each unit’s strength.