Famous and Most Memorable Streets in Hanoi’s Old Quarter

Famous and Most Memorable Streets in Hanoi’s Old Quarter

There is one thing you can not miss when you visit Hanoi: It is the Old's Quarter. Since you can easily get lost in the maze of all the streets, here are some familiar and most memorable streets of Hanoi's Old Quarter for you to explore.
Hanoi's Old Quarter gets ready for traditional Tet holiday

Hanoi's Old Quarter gets ready for traditional Tet holiday

On the streets of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, shops are filled with gorgeous shades of red in preparation for the Lunar New Year, The year of Buffalo. Red is the colour of good luck and prosperty, with people wishing each other a year full of happiness and love. Despite Covid-19 pandemic and last 12 months of difficulty, Hanoi folks still prepare to celebrate traditional Tet holiday with their loved ones, keeping a positive mindset.
Hanoi to recreate traditional Tet Holiday in Hanoi's Old Quarter

Hanoi to recreate traditional Tet Holiday in Hanoi's Old Quarter

A series of cultural activities will be recreated specially for Vietnam’s traditional Lunar New Year festival, known as Tet, which will take place throughout Hanoi’s Old Quarter from February 6, or the 25th day of the 12th lunar month.
Eight interesting things to experience around Hanoi

Eight interesting things to experience around Hanoi

Packed full of wonderful things for tourists to explore and sample including a flower market at night 12 flower seasons egg coffee and a long ceramic road Hanoi represents a great city to visit
Fears over Covid-19 leaving Hanoi streets desolated

Fears over Covid-19 leaving Hanoi streets desolated

As people avoid going out, confined outdoor and public activities together with the plunge in the number of tourists to Hanoi due to concerns over Covid-19 caused the Old Quarters vacant, contrary to the bustling scenes of normal days
Traditional Tet space to be re-enacted in Hanoi’s Old Quarter

Traditional Tet space to be re-enacted in Hanoi’s Old Quarter

A series of cultural activities will be re-enacted specially for Vietnam’s traditional Lunar New Year festival (Tet), throughout Hanoi’s Old Quarter and pedestrian streets on January 18.
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