Food Places Hotels Vietnam

Food Places Hotels Vietnam

Best Places to Visit in Vietnam

Placed on the Eastern part of the Indochinese peninsula, Vietnam is a strip of land shaped like the letter “S”. China borders it to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west, the East Sea to the east and the Gulf of Thailand to the west and south.

Great Food, Places and Luxury Hotels in Vietnam

Vietnam is a long-stretching, beautiful, historically and culturally rich and amazing country. Vietnam is a friendly and safe place to travel. With a little common sense, your trip should be smooth and trouble free. Tourists usually complain about over-aggressive street vendors, tour operators with a bad attitude and dangerous driving. However, with a cool head and sensible planning, one can avoid these problems.

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  • Best Holiday Hotels deals to Vietnam December 2018

    Best Holiday Hotels deals to Vietnam December 2018. Ha Noi Vietnam, the city of Love. The ancient name of Ha Noi, Thang Long, means ascending dragon. In fact cultural and historical remains of the city bear the mark of a rich past and many heroic legends. Exploring the city, the visitor will be able to get a better understanding of the country and its inhabitants.

  • Old Quarter Ha Noi

    The Old Quarter is located North of Hoan Kiem Lake. Each street used to be dedicated to one commercial activity. That is why a lot of streets names begin with the word Hang, meaning merchandise, followed by a word indicating a product or profession. e.g. Hang Dao (Peach St.) or Hang Duong (Sugar St.).

    Close to Dong Xuan Market is Hang Ma (Paper St.) where traditional votive products made of coloured paper are sold. Every year, on the occasion of the Mid-Autumn Festival (15th day of the 8th lunar month), Hang Ma St. turns into a toy market. Another very typical street is Hang Thiec (tin products), where the deafening sound of hammers striking tin plates can be heard all day long. During the Le Dynasty (15th century), many Chineses were allowed to reside in Thang Long. They chose to settle on Hang Ngang St. At this period, there were gates at the two ends of the street, hence the name Ngang, meaning horizontal barrier.