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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.

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After being closed for a period of one and a half months due to the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, all entertainment facilities in the city have been given permission to re-open.

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Despite their re-launch, the first night back witnessed a sharp decline in terms of guests numbers.

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Streets in the Old Quarter, such as Ma May, Luong Van Can, and Dao Duy Tu, appear quite with very few foreigners enjoying the area’s bar scene.

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Before the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, many streets throughout the capital’s Old Quarter had been packed with guests throughout the day and into the night.
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Many bars on Ta Hien Street remain closed.

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Some venues have no customers even during peak hours.
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Staff stand in front of the bar in an effort to entice guests inside.

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By 9:00 p.m. few customers can be found in the bars located around the centre of the capital.
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Despite re-opening, the majority of karaoke venues and bars around Hanoi remain quiet.

 

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Nighttime entertainment venues remain quiet in Hanoi after re-opening


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