Cau Giay Street
Cau Giay Street is now part of Highway Route No. 32 from Hanoi to Son Tay
Cau Giay Street is now part of Highway Route No. 32 from Hanoi to Son Tay. It is about 1.8 kilometres long from Kim Ma – La Thanh three-way crossroad to Nguyen Phong Sac – Xuan Thuy crossroad.
Its name derives from the name of Paper Bridge crossing To Lich River. A legend tells that Paper village was the focal point of the main arterial roads, running from West Gate to the northwest of the country. To facilitate the trade on this route, the Ly Dynasty built a large bridge. The bridge was opposite to West Gate, so it was named Tay Duong Bridge. The bridge was located on the area of Thuong Yen Quyet village – Paper village. The villagers often sold their products on the bridge. Therefore, it was also called Paper Bridge (Cau Giay).
Cau Giay Street is now the beginning point of Highway No. 32 connecting Hanoi with northwest provinces such as Phu Tho, Yen Bai, Lai Chau…Along the street are stores and shops which sell many items such as clothing, shoes, cosmetics, hats, eyeglasses, electronics, souvenirs…
At night, you can see the lights all the way down the street, sparkling out into the night, blinking and flashing. Musvn café and Nhat Long Fashion café are two familiar addresses on this road. Musvn which stands for Manchester United Supporters in Vietnam is an ideal place for Kingsport lovers. Here you can enjoy coffee and the exciting atmosphere of football matches. If you want to immerse yourself in an impressive and alternative space, come to Nhat Long fashion café. You will be surprised by its design styles. A small poem written on a sketchy painting, smooth music, an impressive decorative style and windy outdoor space – all you can find at Nhat Long Fashion Café.