Hanoi Old Quarter pedestrian streets expanded
Starting from January 1st, 2021, many central streets and alleys have entered the map of Hoan Kiem weekend pedestrian zone. The names include Hand Dau, Cau Go, Hang Be, Hang Bac, Dinh Liet, Gia Ngu, Dao Duy Tu, O Quan Chuong, Trung Yen, and Phat Loc. To aid the tourists and also a part of Hanoians, at the beginning of time, signposts, barriers will be put up in important intersections and news will be spread across online platforms.
Hang Be market now on path for pedestrian street - Photo: dantri.com.vn
The walking streets still keep the original operation time on weekend nights, from 7 pm to midnight. Various activities are held and attraction sites are opened to increase the visit rate. O Quan Chuong will celebrate traditional music while Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square will organize modern concerts.
Moreover, the soul of Hanoi, the food corners can also widen up with myriad types of pavement delicacy, from a nightly hot bowl of Pho, a loaf of Banh mi, a bitter glass of coffee, to a cup of local craft beer.
The expansion can brace the city to meet the expected demands of in-recover tourism. Travelers are now secured with a larger space for cultural visiting, food tasting, and of course, shopping.
In detail, from January 1 to April 28, visitors have a chance to visit and explore the many famous destinations of Danang for free such as Linh Ung Pagoda, Son Tra Peninsula, Dragon Bridge, Love Lock Bridge, and Marble Mountain, to name a few.
Wink Hotels - a luxury boutique hotel brand in Vietnam - announced the opening of the first Wink Hotel Saigon Center in Vietnam in upcoming March 2021.
The brand-new sites are expected to lure more visitors and adventurers to flock to the south-central coastal province of Binh Thuan.