The old quarter of Hanoi has the common name is 36 streets. It will surprise you with the traditional and modern lifestyle which happening together. The chaotic, excited and charming streets of food, bar, shop, and history. (See more images ...)
If you don't drink a cup of Bia hoi (fresh-cool beer), it may be considered that you've never been to Hanoi. It is low alcohol produced and used in a day. Bia hoi is not only easy to drink but also easy to have an open talking with other people.
36 old streets of Hanoi: it's truly a living museum. The space of old and new, noisy and slow, rich and poor ... All in one, it's bring a lot of specialized experience for the tourists.
Hang Thiec is the street of tinsmiths in Hanoi Old Quarter. The craftsmen originally repaired and sold tin castings such as lamps, candles, incense burners, trays, and cups ... The tin became the name of the street: Tinsmiths Street
There are many night markets in Hanoi: the market for the student in Phung Khoang street, the flowers market in Quang Ba street, the fruit - grocery market in Long Bien bridge... and the night market in Old Quarter is most famous of them.
St. Joseph's Cathedral was the first one of a thousand French structures in Hanoi city. It was built in 1886 and became a special identity for the city
Vietnamese Coffee basically the great and this is the most famous Cafes in Old Quarter. They have the unique location, special coffee or best service. Let 's come and enjoy it.
In the past, it's easy to remember and find the street in Hanoi Old Quarter because of its name belong to the main products. Nowadays, most of the streets with the word "Hang" in the first name, are still used
The most name of the old streets is included a word "Hang" in the first and the name of the main product which sold or manufactured in that street. In addition, there are some unregulated streets, and some of the newer streets are named by the Vietnamese heroics