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Hanoi to build night food street

Hanoi will build a night food street around Hoang Cau Lake in Dong Da District.

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Hanoi to open new pedestrian street

Hanoi has planned to launch a new pedestrian street in Ba Dinh District in September.

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Hanoi lotus ponds enchant visitors

Lotus flowers around Hanoi's West Lake are blooming, offering popular check-in spots for young people.

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Purple crepe myrtle flower season in Hanoi

Crepe myrtles trees bloom on many Hanoi streets, becoming favourite check-in spots for young people.

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Hanoi promotes experiential tourism linked to heritage, trade villages

Hanoi, home to a large number of cultural and historical sites and craft villages, is taking measures to develop experiential tourism to attract more visitors to the over-1,000-year-old capital.

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Beauty of Hanoi’s Madagascar almond road

Many people who travel along the Madagascar almond road section in Hanoi’s Long Bien District have been surprised at its beauty.

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Hanoi in the changing season

Trees on many streets in Hanoi are changing colour.

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Hanoi raises swans on Hoan Kiem Lake

Hanoi raises swans on Hoan Kiem Lake

Hanoi’s authorities are attempting to raise swans on newly-dredged Hoan Kiem Lake.

Van Tien Cave in the central province of Quang Tri features magnificent stalactites along with a meandering underground river, creating unique and breathtaking scenery.

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Many households in Tinh Ky Commune in the central province of Quang Ngai are now busy drying anchovy.

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Y Ty Commune in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai is currently covered by peach blossom trees.

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Muong Long Commune in the central province of Nghe An is covered by plum blossoms, offering a stunning beauty at this time of the year.

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A rubber forest in the central province of Ha Tinh is undergoing a transformation as its trees change colour with the turning season.

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People in Tan Khanh Dong flower village in the southern province of Dong Thap are busy harvesting their blooms for the Tet Lunar New Year.

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