Introducing Michelin-starred cuisine at Hanoi Tourism Gift Festival
Michelin-starred cuisine will be on display at the second Hanoi Tourism Gift Festival 2023 which will take place on November 3-5 at the Tran Nhan Tong pedestrian zone.
Many restaurants in Michelin's selected list will be featured at the 2nd Hanoi Tourism Gift Festival, scheduled to run from November 3 to 5 at the walking area of Tran Nhan Tong Street, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi.
It's a chance for tourists to explore the capital's traditional cuisine, street food, snacks, and signature dishes from high-end restaurants.
|La Nuit Dining is located in the Hanoi Old Quarter. Illustrative photo
According to the Hanoi Tourism Department, the event's activities and attractive displays are expected to stimulate tourism and promote the image of Hanoi as an attractive and safe tourist destination.
One of the highlights of this year's Hanoi Tourism Gift Festival is the Food Court, which introduces visitors to Hanoi's rich and unique cuisine, including Michelin-starred restaurants.
Meanwhile, artisans, craft villages, souvenir shops, and tour operators will have the opportunity to promote their products and find partners.
The festival's 70-80 booths will be grouped according to themes, such as elite and quality gift products from Hanoi's craft villages; high-end, sophisticated, and unique gift products from famous brands; tourism service companies, travel agencies, hotels, and airlines...
In addition, the festival also has an area for visitors to experience the making of handicrafts such as bamboo dragonflies, artificial flowers, and gifts made of recycled materials.
|The bamboo dragonfly is a souvenir made by artisans from Thach That district, Hanoi. Photo: The Hanoi Times
There will be an exhibition on "Tourists' Smiles" and an area to showcase photos that have won prizes in the Hanoi Travel Photo Contest in 2022.
There will also be events in response to the "24h - Hanoi Come to Love" campaign, a bicycle parade to bring festival gifts to tourists on the streets, flash mob dance performances, and more.
In addition, festival visitors will be able to take selfies in themed landscape areas set up to promote Hanoi's traditional handicraft villages, such as Phu Vinh Bamboo and Rattan Village, Chang Son Paper Fan Village, Van Phuc Silk Village, Thach Xa Bamboo Dragonfly Village, and Bat Trang Ceramics Village.
In autumn, the most beautiful season in Hanoi, the Hanoi Tourism Ao Dai Festival (October 27-29) and the Hanoi Tourism Gift Festival (November 3-5) will make visiting Hanoi unforgettable for tourists.
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