The People's Committee of Hoàn Kiếm District in Hà Nội has announced the capital city’s popular ‘walking streets’ will temporarily close from Friday.
Government is making good on its pledge that “no one will be left behind” as it repatriates hundreds of Vietnamese citizens from all over the world.
Historic sites and tourist attractions in Hà Nội reopened to tourists on Thursday nearly two months after being closed to prevent the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus.
The ancient city of Hội An plans to name Phan Chu Trinh street as a new pedestrian area to ease traffic congestion and overloading of infrastructure.
Have you ever tried getting up early and taking a stroll around Hoàn Kiếm Lake to welcome the glow of dawn in Hà Nội?
About 20 photos are selected from 300 taken at Hà Nội Arts Club for Children with Disabilities with a view to change community awareness about people with disabled.
Hanoi Creative City is the largest creative complex in Hà Nội. Launched in September 2015, it brings together organisations, businesses, individuals, products and services as well as creative activities.
‘Begpacking’ is a common source of anger among expats in Việt Nam and across Southeast Asia. While many Asian cultures have a tradition of giving, the sight of Western travellers asking others to pay for their trips has caused significant outrage among tourists and long-term residents alike.
German tourist Timo Kux had no idea what was waiting for him when he arrived Hà Nội on the New Year Day – he is the first foreign tourist of Hà Nội in 2019.