Hanoi is outstanding not only because of its
spectacular cultural landscapes but also its omnipresent thousands of bustling
markets, narrow vendors and boutiques full of lights. For those who are proudly
shopaholics, shopping in Hanoi is one thing that tourists can never miss.
Every year, thousand flocks of foreign tourists set their foot on Hanoi for
night market boasts over 3000 booths from numerous small
traders selling local food, clothes, accessories, daily
necessities, souvenirs, and handicrafts. Although it's a
tremendous chance to immerse in the festive lifestyle of
Hanoi, goods from this market seem not to meet the demands
of Western visitors...
Ta Hien street is super famous for beer, from Vietnamese
traditional beer to luxury foreign beer. Not only for beer
lovers and night owls, Beer street Hanoi is a paradise to
discover Vietnamese cuisine. All the best Hanoi street foods
are here! If you are a food enthusiast, don't miss this
delicious chance to savor it all!...
We fell in love with the Hanoi food scene while eating Cha
Ca at our first lunch at non-touristy Cha Ca Phan. Cha Ca, a
Northern Vietnamese specialty involves pan-fried chunks of
meaty, fatty skinned fish, turmeric, dill, peanuts, shrimp
paste and rice noodles. If you haven’t tried it before, then
Cha Ca may be the most unique food to try in Hanoi...