Population

:
3,145,300
Currency:
Dong (VND)
Opening hours:
Shops are generally open from
8-8.30am to 9-10pm, but can
close for lunch for one to two
hours. Banks open Monday-Friday
from 7.30-8am to 11.30am and
from 1-4pm, and are closed on
Saturday and Sunday.
Governmental offices are open
7.30-4.30pm, excluding a
one-hour lunch, Monday-Friday
and closed on Saturday and
Sunday.
Internet:
www.vietnamtourism.com
www.vntourists.com
www.chinhphu.vn (Official
government site)
Newspapers:
Nhan Dan (State newspaper, also
available online in English)
Vietnam News (English daily)
The Vietnam Investment Review
(English business publication)
Emergency numbers:
Police: 13
Fire: 114
Ambulance: 115
Tourist information:
7 Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Hoan
Kiem
Opening hours: 8am-9.00pm
Tel: 84 4 9263366
HANOI
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Contents: The City, Do & See, Eating, Cafés, Bars & Nightlife, Shopping,
Sleeping, Essential Information, Maps
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© Alistair Bullock
HANOI
If Saigon is the frenetic, commercial heartbeat of Vietnam
then gentle, verdant, historic Hanoi is the sedate, intellectual
soul of the country. Its leafy boulevards, serene lakes and
sweeping white French colonial architecture set the scene as
tourists and locals alike seem to go about their business at a
pleasingly civilised pace. The city is the administrative capital
of the country and its political metronome still beats to
communist time, but with a distinctly modern nod towards
welcoming tourists from all over the world to enjoy its rich
and varied heritage.
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THE CITY#THECITY#
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Most travellers want to be based in the
central Hoan Kiem District - in the vicinity
of lovely Hoan Kiem Lake whose pathways
and surrounding greenery is the site of
much activity as the sun rises. Don´t be
surprised to see graceful schools of tai
chi-ers moving as one as the sun rises and
Hanoi health fanatics doing jogging laps
before work. As the day falls, couples stroll
there for privacy and children wrap-up
their games. Northwest of the lake is the
legendary Old Quarter with its winding
alleyways and hundreds of quaint shops,
guesthouses, galleries and places to eat.
Tourists adore it and the locals make hay -
you´ll find its establishments stay open
long after the doors have shut elsewhere in
the city. It´s also crammed with temples
and monuments to ponder over between
eating and shopping.
Ba Dinh District, to the west of the lake, is
the place to head for a little historic
enlightenment - The Mauseleum and
Museum of Hi Chi Minh and the Hanoi Old
Citadel all reside there - and the Old
French Quarter, south of the lake, will
transport you back to the days before the
French realised that the Vietnamese were a
force to be reckoned with. Upscale
restaurants, hotels and embassies now
occupy those stunning white villas.
DO & SEE#DOANDSEE#
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Where no individual telephone number is
available, you can call 1080 inside Vietnam
for general tourism information.
Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum
This is the number one tourist attraction in
the city and it only opens from 8-11am
(it´s closed Mondays and Fridays) so
prepare for very long queues. Watch out
for the guards who will prod you hard if
you linger, chat or fail to pay due respects.
Address: 5 Pho Ngoc Ha
Underground: Ba Dinh District
Phone: +84 (0)4 942 1061
Ho Chi Minh Museum
The museum holds a collection of Ho Chi
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Minh´s letters, snaps and military orders
that explain the Communist Party´s early
days to the present.
Address: 3 Ngoc Ha St.
Underground: Ba Dinh District
Phone: +84 (0)4 846 3752
Ngu Xa Temple
This temple holds the largest bronze
Buddha statue in Vietnam, weighing in at
10 tonnes.
Address: Truc Bac Lake
Underground: Hai An District
Vietnam History Museum
Open every day except Monday, this rich
collection of archaeological finds illustrates
the development of Vietnam from ancient
times up until the start of Communist rule.
Address: 1 Pham Ngu Lao Street
Phone: +84 (0)4 825 2853
Ngoc Son Temple
Sitting on an island at the north end of
Hoan Kiem Lake, this peaceful temple site
honouring scholars and war heroes is best
known for its preserved turtle corpse which
links to the lake´s mythology.
Address: Dinh Tien Hoang St
Underground: Hoan Kiem District
One Pillar Pagoda
The 11th-century wooden shrine, revered
for its fertility and healing properties, was
burnt by the French in the 1950s and is
now replaced by a concrete one and is still
a popular destination.
Address: Pho Ong Ich Kiem, Ba Dinh Square
Underground: Ba Dinh
Phone: +84 (0)4 942 1061
Hoa Lo Prison
Constructed by the French in 1896, the
prison was taken over by the Vietnamese
in 1954 to house prisoners of war. The
original guillotine room and stories told by
the ex-inmates themselves make this a
gruesome but compelling experience.
Address: 1 Hoa Lo Street
Underground: Quan Su
Phone: +84 (0)4 824 6358
Temple Of Literature
This, the most revered of the city´s temple
complexes and the 1076 site of Vietnam´s
first university, sits within the old Imperial
City west of the old Quarter.
Address: Pho Van Mieu, corner of Pho Quoc Tu Giam.
Underground: Ba Dinh
Phone: +84 (0)4 847 2917
EATING#EATING#
© George Argyropoulos
Hanoi restaurants tend to centre around
Vietnamese and Chinese food or European
fare particularly French and Italian. You´re
more likely to find international dining in
the Hoan Kiem District, but for local
authentic flavours (and Hanoi´s famous Pho
noodle soup dish) head to the Old Quarter
street vendors. Quality at either end of the
scale is high. Note that most restaurants
close at 10pm.
Emperor
Smart colonial premises give way to
casual, laid back dining at this
much-sought after restaurant serving
Vietnamese delicacies such as bird´s nest
and shark fin soup.
Address: 18b Le Thanh Tong Str, Hoan Kiem District
Phone: +84 (0)4 826 8801
Indochine
Set in a stunning colonial building,
Indochine does upmarket Vietnamese
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cuisine presented beautifully and has
traditional acts on in the evening.
Address: 16 Nam Ngu Street, Hoan Kiem District
Phone: +84 (0)4 942 4097
Seasons Of Hanoi
Romantic colonial setting serving excellent,
elegantly presented Vietnamese food and
offering a great wine list.
Address: 95B Quan Thanh
Phone: +84 (0)4 843 5444
Restaurant 69
In the heart of the Old Quarter in a
traditional shop house, head to the second
floor balcony for great people-watching
while you choose from a menu featuring
anything from seafood hotpot to the
traditional Pho dish.
Address: 69 Ma May Street, Hoan Kiem District
Phone: +84 (0)4 926 1720
Ngon Restaurant
A selection of local food including fresh
spring rolls and different kinds of noodles
at very reasonable prices in an open-air
atmosphere.
Address: 18 Phan Boi Chau
Phone: +84 (0) 4 9428162
EXCLUSIVE
Vine
Food connoisseurs rush to Vine for its
unbelievably high quality dishes of all
nationalities, and its wine list to die for.
Wine fans can even don a cloak and go on
a tasting tour of the expansive cellars.
Address: 1A Xuan Dieu, Tayn Ho District
Phone: +84 (0)4 719 8001
MID-RANGE
Al Fresco's
Raved about by Westerners who miss
home cooking, Al Fresco´s serves huge,
tasty portions of ribs, burgers, steaks,
pizza and pasta.
Address: 23L Hai Ba Trung
Phone: +84 (0)4 826 7782
BUDGET
Tandoor
A much-loved curry house patronised by
backpackers tired of noodles and locals
looking for something different.
Address: 24 Hang Be St, Hoan Kiem District
Phone: +84 (0)4 824 5359
CAFÉS#CAFES#
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129 Mai Hac De
Great for a cooling fruit smoothie or a
quick sandwich after a tour of the nearby
Lenin Park, 129 is very small but
thoroughly recommended.
Address: 129 Mai Hac De Street, Hai Ba Trung District
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Che Thap Cam Cun
Serving only che (sweet green bean
pudding) which is very cooling on a hot
day, this is an old Hanoi favourite and
popular with local women.
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Address: 72G Tran Hung Dao Street
Phone: +84 (0)4 824 5642
Fanny's Ice Cream
Sitting opposite Hoan Kiem Lake, Fanny´s
offers up the best ice cream in town and
presents flavours such as rice and
tamarind.
Address: 48 Le Thai To St, Hoan Kiem
Phone: +84 (0)4 828 5656
Koto
Perfect for dropping into after roaming
around the Temple of Literature, Koto
stands for Know One Teach One and
specialises in nurturing young staff. It also
serves wonderful shakes and desserts.
Address: 61 Van Mieu
Phone: +84 (0)4 747 0338
Au Lac Café
This is a relaxing spot to sit on the outdoor
terrace and suck in the hurly burly of life
across the road at The Metropole Hotel as
you sip a cappuccino and munch a pastry.
Address: 57 Ly Thai To Street
Phone: +84 (0)4 825 7807
BARS & NIGHTLIFE#BARSANDNIGHTLIFE#
© April Turner
Hanoi has only recently come to grips with
the concept of nightlife past 10pm, and the
result is there tends to be pockets of
activity dotted around the city. Most
tourists head for the bustling Bao Khanh
Street in the northwest of Hoan Kiem,
where late night hangouts and bars huddle
together which attract the locals just as
much as out-of-towners.
There aren´t a huge amount of actual
nightclubs in the city, but the handful you
do come across are riotous affairs which
stay open until the small hours and pump
up the volume.
Da Gino
This Italian wine bar has regular
exhibitions by photographers and artists,
and has a casual vibe that attracts the
cooler expat crowd.
Address: 11B Dien Bien Phu Street, Ba Dinh
Phone: +84 (0)4 747 0081
The Spotted Cow
Highly popular with the chaps who want a
night of beer swilling and sport watching,
the Spotted Cow, next to Al Fresco´s, is a
great joint for a boys´ night out.
Address: 23C Hai Ba Trung
Phone: +84 (0)4 824 1028
Funky Monkey
For loud music, live sports coverage and
budget-friendly extended happy hours, try
out this expat, backpackers´ and young
locals´ favourite.
Address: 15b Hang Hanh
Phone: +84 (0)4 928 6113
Le Maquis
Catering to a rather sophisticated crowd,
Le Maquis serves some strong hard liquors
and food from the Northern hill tribes.
Address: 2a Ta Hien
Phone: +84 (0)4 828 2598
Apocolypse Now
Hanoi´s most famous nightclub renowned
for sweaty dancing and huge fun. Drinks
are pricey by bar standards.
Address: 25C Pho Hoa Ma, Hai Ba Trung District
Phone: +84 (0)4 971 2783
New Century Club
Huge multilevel club with thumping house
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music as standard fare, charging $1 to $3
entry depending on when you arrive.
Karaoke rooms upstairs ($8 entry) are
always packed.
Address: 10 Pho Trang Thia, Hoan Kiem District
Phone: +84 (0)4 928 5285
Club Q
The Hanoi Daewoo´s hotel nightclub has a
capacity of only 65, but feels like a major
club and draws the city´s movers and
shakers.
Address: 360 Pho Kim Ma, Ba Dinh District
Phone: +84 (0)4 831 5000 (ext. 3216)
Greenhoguom
A relaxed place with wonderful views over
Hoan Kiem Lake, Green Ho Guom has
Vietnamese singers who start after 9pm.
Address: 32 Pho Le Thai To, next to the lake
Phone: +84 (0)4 828 8806
Relax Bar
Despite its name, Relax can get rather
frantic, but is a nice split between the
locals and expats and tourists. Fans cite its
friendliness and good food and drink.
Address: 60 Ly Thuong Kiet
Phone: +84 (0)4) 942 4409
SHOPPING#SHOPPING#
© Alistair Bullock
Shopaholics should start off in the Old
Quarter where the winding cobbled streets
teem with shops and stores catering to
every conceivable desire, from fine silk
shirts to exotic sugared fruits. Clothes
horses should stroll along to upscale Hang
Gai and Nha Tho for their fix. Try Song, on
the latter, for designer gear and Khai Silk
on Nguyen Thai Hoc for high quality
threads.
Those looking for traditional crafts such as
lacquerware, ceramics and mother-of-pearl
inlay should head to Van Mieu, for ethical
traders Craftlink, or Yen The for Lan
Vietnamese Handicrafts. Antiques can be
found at shops around Hang Bach, Hang
Be and Dinh Liet and Pinnochio on Hang
Bong does very individual wooden shoes.
For a taste of everyday shopping in Hanoi,
check out the December 19 Market on Ly
Thuong Kiet Street in Hoan Kiem, which
sells everything from dog meat to t-shirts.
Hoan Kiem is also good for jewellery, art
and art galleries and furniture with some
very swanky shops springing up. Hom
Market in the less touristy Ha Ba Trung is
also a mecca for bargain hunters looking
for typical Vietnamese products.
If you´re in need of a good book, set off for
Trang Tien Street at the lower end of Ho
Hoan Kiem, where a profusion of book
stores sell everything from guidebooks to
Shakespeare´s sonnets.
SLEEPING#SLEEPING#
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EXCLUSIVE
Daewoo Hanoi
Known as the most luxurious address in
the city, the Daewoo is a five minute taxi
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ride to the centre of the action and well
worth the trouble as no request is too
small, and indulgence is the order of the
day.
Address: 360 Kim Ma Street. Ba Dinh
Phone: +84 (0)4 831 5555
Internet: www.hanoi-daewoohotel.com
Hilton Hanoi Opera Hotel
The Hilton sits opposite the stunning Opera
House and is itself a glorious piece of
French colonial architecture. This is a
favourite with wealthy tourists as it´s
within walking distance of all the main
attractions, yet provides a welcome respite
from the heat and buzz of the city.
Address: 1 Le Thanh Tong Street, Hoan Kiem District
Phone: +84 (0)4 9330500, Double room: from 3,850,000 VND
Internet: www.hilton.co.uk/hanoi
Sofitel Metropole
This French colonial style building has
stood proudly in the heart of Hanoi since
1901. The hotel has a rich history and a
century long tradition of welcoming
ambassadors, writers, heads of state and
entrepreneurs. 265 rooms and suites with
a beautiful interior garden. Excellent
French cuisine at the Le Beaulieu and
refined Hanoi specialities at the Spices
Garden.
Address: 15 Ngo Quyen
Phone: 84 (0) 4 8266919
Internet: www.sofitel.com
GOOD VALUE
Quoc Hoa Hotel (bat Dan Minihotel)
Excellently-priced hotel in the Hoan Kiem
District that is renowned for its
well-populated late night bar on the
ground floor which attracts those with a
liking for beer and board games.
Address: 10 Bat Dan Street
Phone: +84 (0)4 828 4528
Internet: www.quochoahotel.com
Church Hotel
This minihotel has been transformed into a
rather luxurious boutique establishment
right in the heart of café and shopping land
near the old Catholic cathedral.
Address: 19 Nha Tho Street, Hoan Kiem
Phone: +84 (0)4 928 8118, Double room: from 883,000 VND
BASIC
Prince 1 Hotel
A well-established and popular guesthouse
in the heart of Hoan Kiem, book well ahead
for a cheap, large room ideal for families.
You might even get a balcony.
Address: 51 Luong Ngoc Quyen St, Hoan Kiem District
Phone: +84 (0)4 828 0155, Double room: from 241,000 VND
Real Darling Café
This is a traditional backpacker stop off,
but bag yourself a private room (don´t be
tempted by the dormitory) and you have
digs in the heart of Hoan Kiem for very
little money. It´s also a great place to meet
fellow travellers.
Address: 33 Hang Quat
Phone: +84 (0)4 8269386
ESSENTIAL INFORMATION
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Airport
Hanoi´s sparkling new Noi Bai International
Airport is 45km north of Hanoi, and there
are lots of ways of getting between it and
the city.
Hanoi city bus numbers 07 and 17 leave
from the right side of the terminal exit and
cost 5000 VND and take an hour, running
from 5am to 10pm.
Airport minibuses congregate outside the
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arrival hall - the Vietnam Airlines minibus
charges $4 to take you to Hanoi and drop
you outside their Hoan Kiem Lake office
(south end) and takes about 40 minutes.
Tickets are sold inside the terminal
building. However, many travellers opt for
a taxi - there are hundreds outside the
terminal exit gate all clearly advertising a
$10 fee to get to the city. Unlike the
minibuses, which run only intermittently at
night, taxis are present 24 hours a day.
Phone: +84 (0)4 827 1513
Public transport
To get around the city, either take a taxi or
cyclo but beware the latter can only seat
one person and they get very hot! They
are also not allowed in many streets these
days, but do cost less than a taxi (about
8000 VND for a ten minute trip).
Taxi
Taxis are plentiful in the city, but charge
not only by distance but also by duration
(as there can be a lot of traffic). The
starting fare is 11000 VND and it goes up
by 1000 VND units. A taxi ride that lasts a
quarter of an hour from the southeast to
the northwest areas of central Hanoi costs
about 40000 VND. Hanoi Taxis (+84 (0)4
8533171) are recommended. Try to have
the right change as taxi drivers often don´t
have change. Also remember to have your
destination written down as pronunciation
is often difficult.
You can also hire a bike but negotiating the
roads is tough and it´s only really advisable
in the Old Quarter. Expect to pay about
19000 VND.
Phone: Hanoi Taxi 84 (0) 4 8535353 CP Taxi 8262626
Post
Main Post Office
Address: 6 Dinh Le Street, Hoan Kiem District
Opening hours: daily from 6.30am to 10pm
Phone: +84 (0)4 825 7036
Pharmacy
The Family Medical Practice in Hanoi offers
a 24 hour service.
Address: Van Phuc Diplomatic Compound, 298 Kim Phuc
Phone: +84 (0)4 843 0748
Dentist
The Family Medical Practice offers dental
care on the same number 24 hour service.
Phone: +84 (0)4 843 0748
Telephone
Country code: +84
Area code: 04
Electricity
220V is standard in Vietnam. In Hanoi,
many outlets fit round pins.
Use a surge protector when using
computers.
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