This Where to go in Hanoi – Vietnam at night for beginner will give some best places in Hanoi either you are a quiet person or a dynamic one. It doesn’t matter if you are an early bird or a night owl, you will always fall for the beauty of Hanoi at night. If you are tired of hearing about The Huc Bridge, Ngoc Son Temple or Hoan Kiem Lake and trying to find something new, this post is what you need.
You may never skip out this crowded area once visiting Hanoi but what makes Old Quarter so distinctive is its night market spreading from Hang Dao street to Dong Xuan market. The night market is held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6 pm to 11 pm.
This is the best shopping area in Hanoi where you can find everything from fabric, handcrafted goods, clothes to lacquer ware, embroidered goods, phone accessories etc. They are not very pricey but if you are a smart customer, bargaining is not a bad idea.
Not mentioning about food street must be a big mistake. The most famous culinary street in Old Quarter is Hang Buom Street. If you are looking for a nice place to enjoy Vietnamese traditional food from “Pho”, “Nem chua ran”, “Cha oc” to popular snacks and drinks like chips, cheese stick and bubble tea, here is the place where you can buy them all with quite reasonable prices.
Besides, there are traditional art performances in every Saturday night such as: “cheo”, “xam”, “quan ho”, “ca tru”. This is the reason why Old Quarter is always the best place to hang out in Hanoi at night for both locals and visitors.
Ta Hien Street (Beer Street)
When you feel exhausted wandering around Old Quarter, it’s just great to find a plastic chair to sit down and order a super big beer mug on Ta Hien Street? This street is also known as beer street and is located in the central of Old Quarter. Ta Hien Street is a small street but the most hustling and bustling place in Old Quarter.
Hanoi West Lake
If above activities are just too noisy and crowded for you, Hanoi West Lake is another good option. West Lake is famous for the beautiful scenery and also the biggest freshwater lake in Vietnam. You can walk along the lakeside and enjoy the cool atmosphere when the sun comes down.
Recently, hiring an electric bicycle to stroll over the lakeside has become more and more popular. Along the way, there are some beautiful coffee shops that you could stop by for a drink while watching the nightfall on West Lake.
Quang Ba Night Flower Market
Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre
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