Hanoi's famous toy street sparkles as Mid-Autumn Festival draws near
Hang Ma street, one of the most bustling streets among Hanoi's Old Quarter is dressed in a new sparkling and colorful outfit with thematic toys and decorations as Mid-Autumn Festival is drawing nearer.
Although there are more than 10 days until the Mid-Autumn Festival, Hang Ma Street (Hoan Kiem, Hanoi) has become more crowded than normal, especially weekends. (Photo: Bao Moi)
As noted by the Kinh Te & Do Thi reporter, during the weekends, Hang Ma Street were busy, especially around 19 o'clock. (Photo: Bao Moi)
Many items for the Mid-Autumn Festival are available for sale from earlier days. (Photo: Bao Moi)
Due to Covid-19 epidemic, many people have protected themselves with masks when coming to crowded places. (Photo: Bao Moi)
The whole street of Hang Ma is like wearing a new clothes full of vibrant colors by both traditional and modern items. (Photo: Bao Moi)
As usual, this year, traditional toys and decorations are being sold in large quantity. (Photo: Bao Moi)
The Lan heads, five-pointed star lamps, cardboard masks, and pepper drums are still ranked first in the consumer choice. (Photo: Bao Moi)
Besides the variety and abundance of modern toys, many traditional toy items are gradually regaining their foothold. (Photo: Bao Moi)
Due to the impact of the epidemic, the number of people visiting Hang Ma street decreased significantly compared to previous years. (Photo: Bao Moi)
In addition to shopping, over the years, taking check-in photos at Hang Ma Street has become a habit for many Hanoi residents. (Photo: Bao Moi)
Mid Autumn Festival is a not-to-miss occasion for the young to take photos with friends. (Photo: Bao Moi)
Many young families also take advantage of the moments to take pictures of the whole family. (Photo: Bao Moi)
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