Old Quarter Streets
Hanoi 36 old streets
It is the streets that make up the uniqueness of Hanoi Old Quarter. Once selling or producing specific products ranging from drums to silk, the streets of Hanoi Old Quarter have now drifted into different direction while retaining many of their traditional traits. Learn more what each streets of Hanoi Old Quarter have to offer with our detailed street guide.
Hang Thung - Street Of Buckets
Historically the place to see and be seen, and still the place to go shop, Hang Thung Street has been challenged by rapid changes and it now becomes quite a miss and match.
Hang Bac - Street Of Silver
Hang Bac, meaning silver in Vietnamese, is often recommended as one of the most happening streets for a walking tour.
Hang Dao today belongs to Hoan Kiem pedestrian zone and is especially animated at night every Friday, Saturday and Sunday with the establishment of Hang Ngang – Hang Dao night market.
Hang Ngang is a one-way street which measures 152 meters long. It bridges Hang Dao Street and Hang Duong Street to form one of the busiest market places of Hanoi.
Hang Tre - Street Of Bamboos
Hang Tre street is a 290m stretch from Hang Mam crossroad to Lo Su junction.
Hang Gai - Street of thorns
Being one of the most photographed streets in the Old Quarter, Hang Gai or Street of thorns is certainly not one you would miss when visiting the area.
Hang Voi - Streets Of Quicklime
Hang Voi Street goes from Lo Su Street connecting Hang Tre Street to Ngo Quyen and Tong Dan Street in Hoan Kiem Lake.
Hang Duong- Street Of Sugar
If you have a sweet tooth, then Hang Duong Street (street of sugar) is right place to go.
Hang Vai - Street Of Fabrics
Among 36 streets and guilds, Hang Vai (Fabric Street) is one of the most tranquil and untouched by tourism. It boasts a great place to enjoy the traditional Hanoi image.
Hang Muoi - Street Of Salt
Located on the outer skirt of Hanoi Old Quarter, Hang Muoi Street (Salt Street) belongs Ly Thai To Ward, Hoan Kiem District.
Hang Mam - Street Of Fish Sauce
Stretching a humble 190m length, Hang Mam Street starts from Tran Nhat Duat Street, connecting Hang Bac Street at junction Ma May and crossing Nguyen Huu Huan Street.
Hang Manh - Street Of Curtains
Measuring 152 meters long, Hang Manh Street connects Hang Non Street and Hang Bong Street.
Hang Hom street is one hundred and twenty meters in length, on the land of Co Vu village.
Hang Ga - Street Of Chickens
With an approximate length of 228m, Hang Ga street is within Hang Bo Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi.
Hang Thiec - Street Of Tins
Just like other streets in Old Quarter, Hang Thiec street has a humble length of just 136 metres, stretching from Thuoc Bac Street to Hang Non Street.
Hang Khoai - Street Of Tubers
Hang Khoai Street parallels the railway passing Long Bien Bridge in the north side of Hoan Kiem District.
Hàng Giày - Street Of Shoes
Hang Giay is about 220m in length, within the area of HangBuom Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi.
Hàng Giấy - Street Of Paper
Heading North-South direction, with the North end at Hang Dau street and the South end at Dong Xuan street, Hang Giay street has a length of 208m, lying within Dong Xuan ward, Hoan Kiem district.
Hang Quat - Street Of Fans
Hang Quat street spreads about 200m, belonging to Hang Gai ward, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi.
Hang Chieu - Street Of Mats
Hang Chieu street in right in the proximity with colorful Hang Ma street and the ever-exciting Dong Xuan Market of Hoan Kiem district in Hanoi.
Hanoi Old Quarter Map
Hang Thung - Street Of Buckets0.6km (0.4 mi) from city center
Hang Bac - Street Of Silver0.8km (0.5 mi) from city center
Hang Dao0.8km (0.5 mi) from city center
Hang Ngang1.0km (0.6 mi) from city center
Hang Tre - Street Of Bamboos0.7km (0.4 mi) from city center
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