Walking tour in Hanoi old quarter

21, April, 2017

Walking tour in Hanoi old quarter

Vietnam is one of the most beautiful and fantantic countries in the Southaest Asia where all of the tourists do not skip in their holiday. Travel to Vietnam, tourists will have a great chance to discover the historical wonders, natural beauty spots, traditional custom, and culture.Especially, when traveling to Vietnam, all of the tourists cannot miss Hanoi capital city with the main attractive portion is Hanoi quater.
Let walking with Vivutravel to discover Hanoi old quarter by a fantastic walking tour.

Following us to the old quarter from Hoan Kiem lake in the early morning you will see the local Hanoians doing exercise around the lake as they are so natural practicing such a strange Tai Chi in their own ways, and you also can take part in with them.

After enjoying amazing atmosphere in Hoan Kiem lake, you will start your walking tour to discover Hanoi old quarter from Hang Dao, Hang Ngang to Dong Xuan market. In Hang Ngang you can stop to visit the house at 48 Hang Ngang where President Ho Chi Minh wrote the  Declaration of Independence from 25th August to 2nd September 1945.

Following this street to Hang Ngang and Dong Xuan market you also can easily to see so many ancient houses with ancient architecture. Walking around the other narrow street such as Hang Vai, Hang Luoc, Hang Bo, Hang Da ect.. you will learn why the houses in the old quarter are very small and narrow and you also can learn why the name of the street are started with “Hang”.

On these amazing streets, you can easily to see the street vendors who sell the various things such as vegetable, flowers, fruits.
Hanoi old quarter also is a great destination for you to try the street foods, and one of the most fantastic dishes in the list of street food is Egg coffee which most of the tourist do not miss when visiting Hanoi.

Furthermore, if you would like to know how local people living on the side of railway, you can take a walk along the rail from Le Duan to Tran Phu to feeling the daily life of people in this area. Then you can end of your walking trip with some fresh beer in Ta Hien street – where considered as a foreigner tourist street.