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Hanoi Walking Street is a new Mã Sản Phẩm of weekover night entertainment spot put inlớn operation in 2016, quickly becoming one of the most famous Hanoi attractions. The place originated from an old urban area located outside the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, where thành phố dwellers performed traditional occupations to lớn escape from agriculture.

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Apart from the image of a narrow, noisy, crowded Hanoi, the walking streets bring you new experiences about the local daily life through leisure activities, street food, nightlife, and stuff.

Address: Streets around Hoan Kiem Lake

Admission: Free

Opening hour: Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights

How lớn get to lớn Hanoi Walking Streets

Hanoi Walking Street is located right in the thành phố center, so you can easily move sầu here by many different means, but the faskiểm tra và most convenient is still motorbikes or buses.

**Bus routes to lớn Hanoi pedestrian street:

Route 02: Yen Nghia bus station → Uncle Co – Tran Kkhô cứng Du

Route 31: Mining University → Polytechnic University

Route 34: My Dinc bus station → Gia Lam bus station

Route 43: Dong Anh → Thong Nhat Park

If traveling by motorxe đạp, you can follow the route Cau Giay – Kyên Ma – Nguyen Tnhì Hoc – Ba Trieu – Bo Ho. At the lakeside, you can park your car & start your journey lớn discover Hanoi’s pedestrian street.

** Where to park your vehicles

There are 78 parking spots with a total area of ​​17,380m² evenly distributed on Hai Ba Trung Street, Ly Tnhì To Street, Ngo Quyen Street, and Quang Trung Street.

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You will capture Vietnamese children and adults playing O An Quan (mandarin square capturing), stilt walking, Choi Chuyen, Shuttlecock kicking, or Tug of war. All these activities are miễn phí for everyone. The residents are willing to lớn invite tourists to join the crowd, they don’t even mind explaining the rules if you still have no idea.

Ma May và Luong Ngoc Quyen are the areas khổng lồ hold music performances, from ethnic arts such as cheo or chau van khổng lồ modern music performances of Latin songs, orchestral music, V-POPhường., K-POPhường, and US-UK songs. You can give sầu them some incentives khổng lồ encourage và thank them for bringing joy to the street.

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Another cultural concept tourists most favor is “Cho Chu” (Calligraphy giving) – this is a Vietnamese traditional cultural trait to hope for luchồng and happiness.


2. Irresistible street food on Hanoi Walking Streets

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Around Hanoi Walking Street stands hundreds of delicious street food stalls selling dried beef salad, Trang Tien ice cream, crunchy roast (fried breadstick), spring rolls, Pho, or other types of noodles. To enjoy the original taste of Hanoi Pho, go to Pho Thin at 61 Dinch Tien Hoang – the only Pho stall on the lakeside. A bowl of Pho here costs from 40,000 – 70,000 VND.

While on Hang Thung or Ta Hien, vì chưng not forget lớn try salted chicken feet và nem while sipping a bottle of fresh beer. Ta Hien street is so familiar lớn both locals và foreign visitors for being the most vibrant nightlife spot in the capital. This small street is only about 300m long, but countless beer shops bump up from the top to lớn the kết thúc of the way. Beer prices here are 30,000 – 35,000 VND/bottle and side dishes are from 30,000 VND or more.

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Right next to Ta Hien is Ma May where many famous barbecue restaurants are located; each has its own special sauce; still, you should especially try Ma May Xuan Xuan grilled beef. Guests can order food either by mix for 200,000 VND or separate food for 50,000 VND/dish.

**Here are other dish suggestions:

– Trang Tien ice cream

Address: 35 Trang Tien

Price: 7,000 – 12,000 VND

– Sweet and salty donuts

Address: Luong Ngoc Quyen street.

Price: 4,000 VND/piece.

– Fried spring rolls

Address: 38 rows of Bong, Tam Thuong alley, Hang Gai, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi

Price: 5,000 VND/piece

– Grilled banana sticky rice

Address: No. 1 Hang Duong

Price: trăng tròn,000 VND / serving

– Quay

Address: 73 Hang Bong.

Price: 2,000 VND/piece.


3. Hundreds of eye-catching shops on Hanoi Walking Streets

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Every Friday night, the area extending about 1km from Dong Kinch Nghia Thuc square to lớn the gate of Dong Xuan market is blocked to organize the Hanoi night market. This place has long been one of the bustling shopping & sightseeing places not khổng lồ be missed for visitors wishing to lớn buy souvenirs and souvenirs when coming khổng lồ Hanoi Walking Street.

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Hang Ngang và Hang Dao are supposed to be the best places khổng lồ buy souvenirs or gifts, with various items such as clothes, shoes, watches, jewelry, handicrafts, etc. Everything is beautiful, fancy, và imbued with Vietnamese culture.

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4. Attractions and events on Hanoi Walking Streets

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There is no shortage of historical relics of Vietphái nam on Hanoi Walking Street, making it convenient khổng lồ combine all in just one visit. The most symbolic destination is Hoan Kiem Lake – the place where King Le Loi had returned the Turtle-god sword after using it lớn fight the Ming enemy. This is also the reason why the lake is also called Hoan Kiem Lake (Lake of Returned Sword). Besides, you can see other Hanoi attractions, including Trang Tien Plaza & the Hanoi Moi paper, the one with distinctive sầu features of the subsidy period in the French colonial period.

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In addition, if lucky lớn come at the right time, you can encounter top art events such as Vietphái mạnh Airlines Classic – Hanoi Concert concert by the world’s top musicians; or carnivals of Germany, Italy, và Vietphái mạnh – nhật bản Cultural Exchange Festival. The area of ​​​​Dong Kinc Nghia Thuc square is also a familiar place to hold the Countdown event and fireworks every New Year’s Eve.

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Final words

The appearance of Hanoi Walking Street has nurtured the bustle of the urban style. With such public space, the community has better interaction with a stronger, more natural feeling without being dependent on their class background. Here, people can sit and enjoy a cup of coffee while watching the flow of people pass by to lớn find themselves slowing down for a second.