TAG : Hanoi

  • Jazz central

    Jazz central

    Jazz lovers agree that Binh Minh Jazz Club is the best place in Hanoi.


  • Out in the open

    Out in the open

    A red brick and wood décor with paintings and artwork feature in the new Westlake Station; a familiar style for its French owner Oliver, who also owns Rockstore and Craft Beer, both popular pubs for foreigners in Hanoi.


  • Garden fresh

    Garden fresh

    Hanoi Garden, a beautiful green oasis in the heart of the Old Quarter, has been serving Vietnamese cuisine since 1998.


  • My Ô mai!

    My Ô mai!

    Winter and Spring in Hanoi offer visitors the chance to sample one of the capital’s more exotic culinary creations - Ô Mai.


  • A quiet coffee

    A quiet coffee

    Despite being nestled in one of the busiest parts of Hanoi, Café Cay Si is often tranquil, even when it’s packed.


  • Train added to Hanoi - Lao Cai route

    The Hanoi Railway Transport JSC has added an additional trip on the Hanoi - Lao Cai route every Friday night to meet increasing demand from tourists to visit Sapa. The new service departs Hanoi at 10.30pm and arrives in Lao Cai at 6.30am. Tickets range among VND200,000 to 400,000 ($9 to $17.5). Accompanying bus services from Lao Cai to Sapa will also be introduced. There are now four trains running from Hanoi to Lao Cai and return, carrying 400 to 500 passengers and even double that figure on weekends.



    IF YOU’RE SEEKING A LUNCH OR DINNER in elegant surroundings evocative of ancient Vietnamese culture amid a luxurious modern ambience and décor, Chả Cá Anh Vu, or Anh Vu grilled fish restaurant, is perhaps not the best of choices.


  • City corner

    City corner

    Located on the 12th floor of the Hanoi La Siesta Diamond Hotel & Spa, The Gourmet Corner restaurant delights in every way.


  • Subscription Concert Vol. 109

    Subscription Concert Vol. 109

    South Korean conductor Wong Kah Chun, Finnish piano soloist Henri Sigfridsson, and artists from the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra will hold a night of symphony music featuring Concerto Piano No.2, op.83, B flat major by Brahms and Symphony No.1, G minor by V. Kalinnikov. Ticket prices: VND200,000, VND350,000 and VND500,000. All are available at the Hanoi Opera House or can be booked online at ticketvn.com. For free delivery, call 0913 489 858 or 0983 067 996.

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