Things You Can Do in your Hanoi Tour on 2021, 2022
Hanoi may be known for its close proximity to Halong Bay, but the city itself has plenty of sightseeing spots. One of the most popular landmarks in Old Quarter is Hoan Kiem Lake, a peaceful public park where you can see locals jogging, enjoying a coffee, practising Tai Chi and line dancing. There are also several Buddhist temples dating back to the 11th century. In French Quarter, you can find luxury shopping malls, colonial buildings and a war museum. However, if you see nothing else during your first time in Hanoi, we recommend visiting just these three places.

Best places to shop in Hanoi city

Some of the best places to shop in Hanoi are located in Old Quarter. You’ll find local markets selling coffee beans, handicrafts and street food at affordable prices here. Hang Gai Street is great for quality textiles and custom-made clothes. Shopping malls in French Quarter are stock familiar brands and also offer a cool escape from the afternoon heat. When it comes to getting your shopping fix in Hanoi, be sure to check out these three spots.

Best Places to Go at Night in Hanoi

Exploring Hanoi at night, you’ll find that it’s is packed with nightclubs, pubs and bars offering loud music and all sorts of booze. The most iconic nightlife area is Bia Hoi Junction, where you can sit by the road and enjoy Vietnamese draft beer for less than US$1. If you prefer a classier setting, Hanoi French Quarter features jazz lounges and swanky hotel bars. When it comes to planning your evenings for your first time in Hanoi, we recommend you check out the following great places before any others.

Great Restaurants We Like in Hanoi

Hanoi has a great dining scene, with lots of choice available. Broadly speaking, you’ll find mostly budget local places in the Old Quarter, with more high-end international offerings in French Quarter. Not only can you enjoy authentic Vietnamese dishes like pho and banh mi, but the international tastes available include French, Japanese, Thai and Chinese cuisine as well. We’ve picked out three great places around Hanoi which we consider must-tries. Our selection includes different budget scales and different themes, to give you a bit of variety.

Hotels in Hanoi We Recommend to Our Friends

Hotels in Hanoi Old Quarter are mostly mid-range options, suiting those who are travelling on a modest budget. As the city centre is relatively small, you’re never more than a few steps away from prominent historical sites, shopping venues, restaurants and nightlife options. Affluent travellers often opt to stay in French Quarter as it contains most of Hanoi’s swanky hotels and shopping malls. The following are the hotels we personally think will guarantee you a comfortable stay, with a budget, a mid-range and a high-end option to pick from.

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