Festive Drums of Autumn Moon
Thang Long Imperial Citadel, 19C Hoang Dieu Street
With the mid-Autumn festival just around the corner, Hang Ma street in Hanoi has been lit-up by colourful ornaments, allowing visitors to enjoy the festive atmosphere when wandering around the area.
The Tay Dang communal house was recognized as a special national relic site in late 2013. The structure, with its exceptional architecture, is a museum of 16th century Vietnamese folk arts.
With views of beautiful landscapes amid a cozy atmosphere, Cong coffee, Cup of Tea, and Trill Bistro are among the best coffee shops in the capital in which to stop off and enjoy a break.
Sơn Đồng Handicraft Village in Hoài Đức District, 20km west of downtown Hà Nội, has long been the source of some of Việt Nam's finest carved wood worship objects.
Hanoi’s cuisine is known for its delicacy and elegance from the simplest dish. Cha ca (grilled fish), a simple but truly tasty dish, characterizes the essence of the capital city’s gastronomy.
Ahn Jun Mo’s exhibition titled “Become a Butterfly” will be held at the Korean Cultural Center in Hanoi from August 21 to September 14.
More than 250 documents, objects, photos and documentaries featuring Vietnam’s achievements during the 50-year implementation of President Ho Chi Minh’s Testament are on display at the Hanoi-based Ho Chi Minh Museum.