Nguyen Van Huyen Street
Nguyen Van Huyen Street is 500 meters long, running from Hoang Quoc Viet Street to Museum of Ethnology
Nguyen Van Huyen Street is 500 meters long, running from Hoang Quoc Viet Street to Museum of Ethnology. In 20003, the street was extended, connecting with Nguyen Khanh Toan Street at Nghia Do Park. It was named after Professor Nguyen Van Huyen - Minister of National Education from 1946 to 1975.
The road runs through Vietnam Museum of Ethnology – the finest modern museum in Vietnam. It is located on an area of 13,200 square meters, 8 km from the city center, about twenty minutes by taxi. The museum is both a research centre and a public museum for cultural heritages of the 54 ethnic groups in Vietnam. Visitors, professionals as well as tourists are attracted to the museum to learn about the cultural diversity throughout Vietnam.
North-Central-South Restaurant on this road is a familiar address for people who like seafood dishes. Coming here, tourists will feel completely immersed into a quiet and cool atmosphere, bringing the beauty of harmony and dynamics. This place is blessed with natural beauty. On the green wall, the accidental arrangement of ants creates a unique artwork which looks like ocean paintings. What makes tourists really excited is an extensive menu with delicious seafood dishes of three regions. Customers can select seafood and witness the cooking process.
Nestled in a corner of Nguyen Van Huyen Street, QStar Café is a familiar food address for many people. The restaurant is divided into two parts: an indoor and an outdoor campus. QStar Café is the best choice for dating, meeting and birthday parties