Dong Xuan market – Big market in Hanoi old quarter

Dong Xuan Market is considered to be the oldest and largest market in Hanoi Old Quarter, associated with the development of the ancient Thanh Long citadel and today’s Hanoi capital. Dong Xuan Market is not only a trade point but also a cultural and spiritual value that reflects the daily life of the people of …

Cho Gao street – Phố Chợ Gạo

Cho Gao Street is a small street with only a few houses, but it used to be a busy trading place. The following article will help you learn more about Cho Gao Street. Cho Gao Street is about 500 meters to the North-East of Guom Lake, located at Hang Buom Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi. The …

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Best food in Hanoi Old Quarter you should try

Hanoi capital has been famous for many specialties for a long time. Hanoi people are famous for their elegance, gourmet, stylish and taste. The delicacies here have come into the folk song, living in the consciousness, affection of each person. In Hanoi Old Quarter, there are many streets named local food or products, such as …

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Ô Mai – Nosh of Hanoian & Vietnamese

Ô mai Vietnamese – Ô mai is a snack made from fruits combined with sugar, salt and some other ingredients. Hanoian have special recipe handed down, so Ô mai is considered a specialty of Hanoi. Ô Mai has a sour, salty, spicy and natural sweetness, which is enjoyed by many Vietnamese people, especially women. Hanoi …

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Vietnamese tea culture you already know

Vietnamese tea, Japanese tea, Chinese tea … all have their own characteristics in terms of taste and how to enjoy them. Today, duongsrestaurant.com will help you discover Vietnamese tea. The Vietnamese tea drinking habits has been started since the period of 13th to 15th century. In the past, it was believed that tea could help …

Hanoi Walking Street things you need to know

Hanoi Walking Street was born to help travellers and locals have a relaxing space after a stressful working week. Simultaneously, promote Vietnamese culture to international friends. Here’s what you need to know about Hanoi walking street. Schedule of Hanoi Walking Street Weekly from 19h Friday to 24h Sunday and Tet holidays, major holidays Hanoi Walking …

Lunar New Year – Tết Nguyên Đán

Lunar New Year (Tết Nguyên Đán) is the most important celebration of the year for Vietnamese and some Asian countries. Lunar New Year usually takes place in January or February, everyone is off work, go home to visit family and enjoy delicious food. In Vietnam Tết is divided into three periods, known as Tất Niên …

The Kitchen God Send Off – Tet Tao Quan

The Kitchen God Send Off – Tet Tao Quan on 23rd December of the lunar, the meaning of Tet Tao Quan is all about preparing farewell Tao Quan to heaven. Let’s find out in the article below ♥ Experience traditional cuisine at Duong Restaurant – Hanoi Old Quarter Restaurant  The origin of this holiday is …

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