TAG : Hanoi

  • Sound & light

    Sound & light

    Opera has quickly attracted a lot of attention for its large size and décor, which resembles a modern luxury hotel among the small and old streets of the city centre.


  • Tasteful gifts

    Tasteful gifts

    Opened last year, the Moon n Sun bakery and shop was founded by three Hanoian women, one of which is a talented baker, one a talented gift designer, and one an experienced sales and marketing executive.


  • Artsy atmosphere

    Artsy atmosphere

    Aiming at being an art space inside a cafe and bar, Manzi is unique for art lovers and artists.




    ‘Aummee’ means ‘unhurried’ in the Sanscrit language, and the owner of the Aummee vegetarian restaurant in Hanoi not only wishes to serve high quality food to diners but also to promote feelings of being ‘unhurried’, ‘self-confident’, and ‘being yourself’ when they visit.


  • Old timer

    Old timer

    As new bars and cafés pop up everywhere in Hanoi, Polite Pub, one the oldest in the city, remains a familiar spot for both loyal and new customers.


  • By the tracks

    By the tracks

    Having great Vietnamese food for dinner while watching a train pass just in front of you is an unforgettable experience for those visiting Ray Quan.




    If you’re a bit of a bohemian girl, head down to Hebe Store in the Old Quarter for a look at what’s on offer.


  • Land of leather

    Land of leather

    For those with a great love of both coffee and hand-made leather items, Fuku is the ideal place.


  • Burgers made on the spot

    Burgers made on the spot

    A fairly recent addition to Hanoi’s dining scene, SunKat’s Burger restaurant is a fine example of the ‘daily homemade’ style and boasts reasonable prices.


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