Visiting Hà Nội and being eager to learn about history and culture? Museums are the best places to go. Vietnamese Women Museum and Vietnam Military History Museum are the highly recommended destinations for tourists in downtown Hà Nội. Check them out!
His concert, the second after first playing in Việt Nam seven years ago, marks the opening of ‘Good Morning Vietnam’, an international music project dedicated to the community in the Southeast Asia country.
As a foodie, Chiam said “I’ve heard that apart from the natural beauty of the landscape, there are still many specialties such as cháo ấu tẩu (rice porridge with pork leg, stir-fried minced pork and ấu tẩu root); thắng cố (horse meat & bones) and particularly thắng dền (floating rice cakes).”
Hundreds of people had the chance to get crafty at a festival in Hà Nội. So many products were on offer from tea traditional clothing and hats to lampshades! It was also the perfect opportunity for artisans to showcase their talent to a wider audience and potential global market.
Lacameo, a group of four artists from Hà Nội is showcasing their outstanding works at an exhibition in central Hà Nội featuring different angles of life including the beauty of femininity and medication.
The Vietnamese language is the soul of Việt Nam, and many Vietnamese expatriates overseas have been teaching it to younger generations to keep the language spoken. Many foreign students have even taken a liking to the language.
The antique market on Hoàng Hoa Thám Street opens each Saturday morning and offers various surprises to visitors. From European bronze wares, ancient coins, and old stamps to war utensils and precious stones, customers of all ages are sure to grab a bargain or two!