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Old Quarter was amazing! The vibe there is one of busy hustle bustle with little shops and corner pubs and eating places everywhere! Easy to walk around and being a paranoid South Africani actually felt safe amongst all the strangers! I could’ve easily spent a...More
This was a big shock coming here as so busy even tho we had spent time in Vietnam already. Next time I would like us to get a guide to walk around to familiarise oneself although we did ok but i see there are walking...More
A very tourist friendly location, the cafes and bars selling crafted beer are simply out of the world. Different eateries offer a wide variety of snacks and meals, including mouth watering sea food, and at very low prices
This area of Hanoi delivers all that was promised. It is beautiful with the older buildings, some tiny streets and all the history.....it is a must visit place when in Hanoi. It is full of live, noise. It is very hectic, busy and a little...More
Spent a week in the Old Quarter so did a lot of walking around. Suggest you at least have a map as the streets zig zag around and many lane ways. If you research before you go you will find a lot of the streets...More
Response from hilarymunro | Reviewed this property |
If you have to be in Vietnam over New Year then stay in south Vietnam in Saigon. It's more westernised so there will be some celebration Even though the Vietnamese celebrate Tet as New Year in the spring. Also... More
If you have to be in Vietnam over New Year then stay in south Vietnam in Saigon. It's more westernised so there will be some celebration Even though the Vietnamese celebrate Tet as New Year in the spring. Also south Vietnam is warmer then, the north is cold.
I suggest you go to Bangkok if you can. Western New Year is marked there.