Join a motorbike tour and hurtle through Hanoi’s Old Quarter back streets.
Coffee is a way of life in Hanoi and there are many excellent cafes to choose from.
No visit to Hanoi would be complete without seeing the Old Quarter!
This world-famous train street is one of the most surprising things to do in Hanoi.
The coffee craze started due to French colonialism and has grown ever since.
If you’re visiting Hanoi over the weekend, make sure to visit the night market that takes place in the Old Quarter.
Phan Dinh Phung Street is undoubtedly one of the grandest avenues in the city.
Now only pedestrians, cycle bikes, mopeds, and trains use the bridge, and the majority of traffic uses other routes across.
The French Colonial government built St Joseph’s Cathedral with the aim of mimicking the style of Notre Dame in Paris.
The Trompe L’Oeil murals are a community art project painted on the railway arches of Phung Hung Street.
Take a boat trip and watch locals fishing from floating villages, or kayak along the bay’s many white-sand beaches.