Hanoi walking streets – new hotspot for cultural activities and entertainment

At present, the Hanoi pedestrian street around Hoan Kiem Lake has been gradually becoming one of the capital's tourist attractions, a place for people to go out, play, and slow down between the roads. it's crowded

  Monday, 24/02/2020, 09:24
Hanoi pedestrian street around Hoan Kiem Lake has been gradually becoming one of the tourist destinations of Hanoi capital, a place for people to hang out. Many streets near Hoan Kiem Lake have been used as a walking street to serve the needs of Hanoians and also foreign visitors. The Hanoi walking street aims to promote the Vietnamese culture and is really an extraordinary place for both local and visitors to chill out and relish themselves into after a stressful time. Spend your weekend to explore Hanoi pedestrian street will leave you an impressive Hanoi.

Walking Street Hoan Kiem Hanoi



 Many streets around Hoan Kiem Lake (Hoan Kiem, Hanoi) have been organized as a walking street to serve the needs of residents and visitors since September 1, Below is a map of Hanoi walking street for your reference:

Streets that are piloted as walking streets include:
 
Dinh Tien Hoang Street
Hang Khay Street
Le Thai To (1/2 Le Thai To Street, beside Hoan Kiem Lake, from Hang Trong to Hang Khay)
Le Lai (from Dinh Tien Hoang to Ly Thai To)
Le Thach Street, Tran Nguyen Han Street (from Dinh Tien Hoang to Ly Thai To)
Dinh Le Street
Nguyen Xi Street
Trang Tien Street (from Ngo Quyen to Hang Bai)
Lo Su (Dinh Tien Hoang to Nguyen Huu Huan)
Hang Dau (Dinh Tien Hoang to Wood bridge)
Hoan Kiem Lake Street
Luong Van Can Street (from Hang Hanh to Le Thai To)
Hang Bai (from Hai Ba Trung to Hang Khay)
Bao Khanh Street (from Bao Khanh Alley to Le Thai To).

Hanoi Walking Street Attractions :
Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, become one of the best attractive places for both domestic and overseas tourists. In this time, Hanoi walking street was opened to promote tourism, and it often opens in Hanoi Old Quarter on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

1. Folk Games




Perhaps folk games are the most interesting things about Hanoi Walking Street because there is no modern technology available, it is attractive visitors by traditional Vietnamese games. In each segment of the walking street, tourists can find many groups of people playing tug-of-war, play or kickball… and the myriad of community activities take place in Hanoi walking street and they have attracted a lot of young people participate.
These folk games in walking street not only bring an exciting and unforgettable experience but also the role of bridging and connecting people together, which bring tourists back to the childhood innocence without worry or all-purpose daily life.



Trekking along Ho Guom lake, it is not difficult to find a self-portrait made by painters here. The whole artwork takes only about 20 minutes to 30 minutes to complete. Moreover, when sitting as a model, the painters can tell customers a lot of interesting stories from the soulful artists.
Tourists have just paid 50,000 – 100,000 VND per portrait in the walking street around Ho Guom lake.

2. Street music performance



Follow the streets in the walking street, we can easily meet the groups of performers with a variety of styles, different types of music. From fierce Latin music to light music, young music, orchestral music, traditional art forms such as gong singing, singing and singing are also sometimes encountered. The scene of people standing shoulder to shoulder swinging, singing along the music comfortably in the street without having to avoid the car is becoming one of the most beautiful images on the streets of Hanoi. Perhaps this is also one of the things that make Hanoi pedestrian streets so attractive to everyone.




3. Draw a portrait at the pedestrian street in Hanoi

 

Close to the banks of Hoan Kiem Lake, it is not difficult to get a self-portrait made by painters who set up painters here. The artwork takes only about 20 minutes to half an hour to complete. Besides, if you talk to painters, you can also hear a lot of interesting stories from these very soulful artists.

4. Eating in Hanoi Walking Street





Last but not least, what to eat in Hanoi Walking Street is always on top searching when coming here. Of course, Hanoi walking street seems like a paradise of food, there stands a myriad of sidewalk dishes available cannot miss. You can try Trang Tien ice cream is famous for associated childhood memories, the dry cow dumpling familiar to the Hanoians, or hot rolls, noodles,… There are a lot of street vendor along the road, and if you travel to Ta Hien or Hang Thung street, don’t forget to eat salted chicken legs, fried potato chips and drink beer.
Besides that, many vending machines are available along the pedestrian street in Hanoi. Therefore, if you’re tired or thirsty because of walking under hot weather, you can find no difficulty to buy water and soft drinks, only from 10,000 VND per bottle.

5. Take beautiful pictures

 

In recent days, the service of taking photos and wedding photos in Hanoi pedestrian street is becoming more and more popular because it not only has beautiful scenery, closely associated with many symbols of Vietnam country people. , but also more convenient when the street is now no longer transport vehicles. Around the lake is always crowded, there are many people often take pictures. Since walking the streets, people can be more free and comfortable to save the beautiful moments.

 
6. Shopping in the pedestrian street in Hanoi



If you intend to buy some souvenirs or souvenirs or gifts for tourists, you can walk to Hang Ngang Street, Hang Dao Street, which is also the night market. There are plenty of items that you can choose from, such as clothes, shoes, watches, jewelry, souvenirs. But you should bargain offline because the seller will say a little challenge it.


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