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Popular nightclubs to enjoy nightlife in Hanoi

Nightclub is one of the best place to enjoy vibrant nightlife in Hanoi. Read on to discover top 5 the most famous and popular nightclubs in Hanoi.

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The most well-known trends of Hanoi coffee

Drinking coffee is a beautiful cultural feature of Hanoian cuisine. Beginning a day with a cup of hot coffee is an indispensible hobby of many people in here. The following are the most popular trends of Hanoi coffee.

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Where to eat ice-cream in Hanoi?

Hanoi ice-cream is not only famous with Vietnamese but also with foreign travellers. In the summer or even in the winter, there are some famous ice-cream shops attracting a large number of customers.

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Top Places to Take Photos in Hanoi

Walking around Hanoi streets, you will catch sight of many young men with their professional cameras stick to their eyes and beautiful young girls in their fancy clothes attractively posing. Here are some top places that many photographers and visitors would like to take photos in.

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Xong Dat – a cherished Tet tradition

Passing down through generations and continue with equal enthusiasm today, “Xong dat” (first footing), a Tet tradition in Vietnam, has always been associated with hopes for a fruitful year ahead.

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Ao Dai – a beauty of Vietnamese Culture

Ao Dai or Long Dress is considered as a “national spirit” of Vietnam and becomes a symbol of Vietnamese people.

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Banh Chung – indispensable food in Tet

Banh Chung is the most popular traditional food and irreplaceable cake of Vietnamese people in the Tet Holidays.

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Travelling around Hanoi

It’s day two of our latest trip around South East Asia, and we’ve just landed in Hanoi.

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Tasting Phở in Vietnam

Phở maybe is the most famous food in Vietnam. However, Phở in each region has different flavors. Today we take a look how is different between “Phở Bắc” and “Phở Nam”.

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Quang Ba Flower Market – a beauty of Hanoi in Tet

Called Quang Ba Flower Market is ” Tet market” because it is only operated on Tet holiday. Closer the Tet, the market gets busier and merrier, not only flower dealers come here to buy flowers for resale but also many just come to see and enjoy Tet atmosphere.

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