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Hanoi launches bike tours

Hanoi launches bike tours

Joining the “VGreen’s Bike Tours”, travelers will have the chance to visit famous tourist sites and learn about the daily lives of artisans in the capital’s craft streets.

A beautiful Hanoi in Autumn

A beautiful Hanoi in Autumn

Despite being under extensive social distancing rules, Hanoi is about to enter the most awaited season of the year - Autumn. The whole space turns poetic, mesmerized, and spellbound by the charisma that Autumn bestows on Hanoi.

A day for filial piety: the Vu Lan Festival

A day for filial piety: the Vu Lan Festival

One of Vietnamese important traditions of the year is just around the corner, providing people a chance to send on their prayers and positive thoughts to hope for continued good times.

The quiet beauty of the ‘second Hanoi’s Old Quarter Area'

The quiet beauty of the ‘second Hanoi’s Old Quarter Area'

Formed at the beginning of the 19th century, Ha Dong was once a bustling ancient town. The old houses located on the banks of the Nhue River adorned themselves with the contemplative beauty of time. The tranquil landscapes and its old residents reminisced people of the heyday over 100 years ago.

National treasures on stamps

National treasures on stamps

The launching of a new postage stamp sheet aims to raise the awareness and responsibility among people about national cultural treasure preservation and promotion.

Unique craft of making conical hats in Chuong village

Unique craft of making conical hats in Chuong village

Lying modestly by the Day River, Chuong Village (Thanh Oai Commune, Hanoi) is famous for craft of making Non la for more than three centuries. Not only for daily wear, Chuong village’s conical hats are even used for interior decoration in restaurants, hotels or resort locally and internationally.