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 Luoc street has its north end connected to Hang Cot street. From there, the street spread its length to the intersection of 4 streets: Hang Ma- Cha Ca- Hang Dong- Thuoc Bac
In comparison with other streets in the nearby area, Hang Non street is longer with a length of 216 metres, beginning at Duong Thanh street and ending at Hang Quat- Hang Hom T-junction.
Hang Dau street is about 272m long,in Dong Xuan Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi.
Much likely, Hang Ma is the most colorful street inside Hanoi’s Old Quarter.
Just spreading humbly on a length of nearly 300m, Ma May street is now among a few street to embrace most ancient houses in Hanoi.
Being one of the original 36 streets of the Old Quarter in Hanoi, Cau Go street has undergone a lot of transformations over the years.
Lan Ong street is not that kind of mainstream as its name means “The Lazy Old Man” in Vietnamese.
In the French colonial period, Hang Bo was known as Rue Des Paniers.
Tracing back to the past golden days, Hang Trong was once a truly exciting street with the convergence of various special traditional craft.
Hang Dong Street is associated with the trading of copper and a few families on this small street still retain their grandparents’ traditional craft of carving copper.
Apart from the taciturn touch of the sacred temple, Hang Buom is always holding an exciting vibe with busy merchandising activities of locals from dawn to dusk.
To Tich Street has a length of just 95m from Hang Quat street to Hang Gai Street.
Stretching from Hang Be- Dinh Liet intersection to Hang Dao street, Gia Ngu street is 268m long.
Located in Hoan Kiem District, Ly Quoc Su Street has one end at the intersection of Hang Bong and Hang Manh Streets and the othe end heading south to Nha Tho Street.
Ho Hoan Kiem is right in the heart of the capital but it seems that few people take notice of the the street because it is so short among a spacious area that not too many people pay attention to it.
With the city’s busiest market, Dong Xuan Street makes it a source of endless fascination for explorers and shopaholics down the years.
Tho Nhuom Street stretches from Hang Bong Street to Ba Trieu Street, crossing Hai Ba Trung, Quan Su, Ly Thuong Kiet and Quang Trung Street. It’s about 930m long.
Phung Hung street is 1.244m long, starting from Phan Dinh Phung street to Hang Bong street, belonging to three wards: Hang Ma, Cua Dong, Hang Bong of Hoan Kiem district.
Trang Tien street belongs to Trang Tien ward, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi. The street spreads about 710m in length.
Located nearby Hoan Kiem Lake, Nha Tho ( Street with the cathedral) is well known as a lovely and poetical street of the capital.
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