Downtown Ha Noi harbors a sticky rice secret
Regulars swear by a street-side sticky rice eatery in Ha Noi’s Old Quarter that opens unusually late at 7 p.m.
Old Quarter to host activities honouring Ha Noi’s cultural heritages
A programme will be held from November 17 to 26 in the Ha Noi Old Quarter to honour the capital city’s cultural heritages.
Ha Noi Cathedral
Ha Noi Cathedral   (Apr 19, 2017)
Built in the 1780s, Ha Noi Cathedral is considered a witness to great changes of the capital of Viet Nam for three centuries. Today, it is not only the centre…
Old Quarter tourist spot promoted
The Dong Lac Communal House has been recognised by the Ha Noi Tourism Department as a new tourist destination in the Old Quarter.
Hoi An offers free entry into Old Quarter on December 4
Hoi An officials have announced the Old Quarter will offer free admission on December 4 in honour of the 17th anniversary of the ancient town’s recognition as a World Cultural Heritage Site.
Ha Noi announces nine more pedestrian streets
Ha Noi authorities plan to open nine more pedestrian areas in the Old Quarter in October this year.
Mid-autumn photo show opens in Old Quarter
Popular photographer Le Bich will display his 10 collections featuring artisans making traditional toys and food for the Mid-Autumn Festival starting September 9 in downtown Ha Noi. 
Mid-autumn festival in Ha Noi’s Old Quarter to be held
The 2016 Mid-Autumn Festival in Ha Noi’s Old Quarter will be held from September 2 to 15, 2016 (from the second day to the fifteenth day of the eighth lunar month).
Ha Noi develops specific tourism products
(TITC) - Aiming to develop specific tourism products of Ha Noi based on thousand-year cultural value, in the coming time, Ha Noi tourism sector will focus on utilizing the advantages of the West Lake and surroundings as well as investing in diversified services in the Old Quarter and Hoan Kiem Lake areas.
Photo exhibition gives rare insight into Viet Nam in 1980s
A photo exhibition on Viet Nam’s tourism before the country opened its door to the world opened on November 22 at the Viet Nam House in Paris, giving French viewers a rare bit of insight into the lives of Vietnamese people in the 1980s. 
Ha Noi’s old quarter street food
Cha Ca La Vong (fried fish), Bun Cha Hang Manh (rice noodle with grilled pork), Banh Duc Le Ngoc Han (cake made from ground rice and peanuts) and Banh Cuon Hang Ga (steamed rice pancakes rolled with pork and mushroom) are just a few of the well-known dishes in Ha Noi’s Old Quarter district.
Hanoi expands pedestrian areas in Old Quarter
Six more streets in Hanoi’s Old Quarter have been pedestrianised every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6pm to 11pm.