|Landmark: Ô Quan Chưởng, the last remaining city wall gate, is one of the destinations on the itinerary of the FVH city walk on Sunday. Photo visions-of-indochina.com|Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI — Friends of Vietnam Heritage (FVH) will host a city walk to visit Bạch Mã Temple and the Old Quarter this Sunday.
The English-language tour will begin at Bạch Mã Temple. Next, the tour will explore some of the streets of the Old Quarter, highlighting the “36 trade streets” named after the original product or service offered there by various trade guilds. The tour group, which is limited to a maximum of 10 people, will then visit the famous Bạch Mã Temple, a communal house, the last remaining city wall gate Ô Quan Chưởng, Đồng Xuân Market, and Huyền Thiên Temple.
The Sunday tour will start at 9.30am and end at 12pm. The group will gather at Bạch Mã Temple, 76 Hàng Buồm Street.
FVH is an informal group of mainly Hà Nội residents, including foreigners, whose purpose is to enhance and deepen the understanding of Vietnam’s culture.— VNS