Little Hanoi DX Hotel

Hang Manh 1 Yen Thai, Hanoi, +8443, Vietnam
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Photos

Interesting wooden carvings!!Interesting wooden carvings!!

Nice photo thoughNice photo though

Extremely nice barbeque pork meat stick (satay)Extremely nice barbeque pork meat stick (satay)

Looking up the Hoan Kiem lakeLooking up the Hoan Kiem lake

Forum Posts

best time to see ho chi minh

by garyb54

I heard they send ho to be touched up once a year ,I will be visiting in early dec. (5-7)in hanoi,wanted to know if he will be there ?

Re: best time to see ho chi minh

by Durfun

What do you mean 'touched up'??

If you're referring to Uncle Ho, he is permanently on display at the massive mausoleum, for public viewing without appointment.

But, you can't take photos or touch him.

There are armed guards all around.

Re: best time to see ho chi minh

by garyb54

I read they send him to russia in oct. -nov.dec. in that area of time ,just wanted to know if the body will be on display arond dec. 6-7 2010

Re: best time to see ho chi minh

by Greggor58

They do send him off...I cant tell you the specific time of year..but here..Check this out...Im sure the information you are looking for is here..and a whole lot more..if you're traveling to Ha Noi you have all the information for ideas about what to do right here..

Enjoy your time in Ha Noi!

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Asia/Vietnam/Thu_Do_Ha_Noi/Hanoi-1481679/TravelGuide-Hanoi.html

Travel Tips for Hanoi

Risk Your Life By Crossing the Street

by neurochic

Ok crossing the street in Vietnam is one scary thing whether you are in the South or North. You seriously feel like you are doing a challenge on Fear Factor. But believe me it can be done. Basically you wait until you see a small clearing in the chaos of the traffic and then you go. Once you decide to go there is no turning back. DO NOT STOP IN THE MIDDLE OF A VIETNAMESE STREET OR INTERSECTION! The traffic will weave itself around you. The first several times are very scary, but by the middle of your trip you will find it no problem.

U$D

by muddybok

US Dollar are widely acceptable in Vietnam. Bankers will give better exchange rate on bigger note ($50 & $100).

If you happen to run out of VND for small purchase, small dollar note will be assumed as VND15.000 per dollar.


Remember to keep around USD15 or VND equivalent for airport tax. Credit card just won't do the magic to get you out of the country.

Le Van Huu street

by King_Golo

Le Van Huu street is a little bit away from the center and just around the corner of the apartment I lived in when in Hanoi. In my opinion, it's one of the most beautiful streets of Hanoi as it is very interesting and busy in a number of ways. Coming from Hue street, the first thing you'll experience is a smell: The upper part of Le Van Huu street is full of coffeeshops and the air smells wonderful of freshly brewed coffee. Further down the street, there are a number of sign shops in which you can have signs for your office or company made. Apparently, there's a huge demand for signs as I've never seen anybody skiving in these shops - everybody was busy producing signs. Some meters further, you'll come across a little market on the left side where dog meat (Thit Cho) is sold. Try it if you dare: It's supposed to be a luck-bringing food at the end (and only then) of the lunar month. For those of you who do not want to eat man's best friend, walk on until you see heaps of fresh fruit on your right side. You might want to turn into the side streets and visit nearby Tran Xuan Soan market - it's only a five minute walk from here. Further down the road there are several cafes and a good restaurant (Quan Com Pho, see restaurant tips). A last thing to see is the antiquarian bookshop at the bend on Le Van Huu street.
Le Van Huu street stretches from Hue street to Phan Chu Trinh street

Jazz in Hanoi?

by guell about Minh's Jazz Club

We never thought we’d be listening to jazz in Vietnam. Flipping through our guidebooks for things to do one night, we found Minh’s Jazz Club owned by Quyen Van Minh, Vietnam’s best-known jazz musician and self proclaimed creator of Vietnamese jazz. Mr. Minh himself was there, and boy could he wail on his sax!

The club had an international crowd, and spring rolls were tasty. Casual. There didn't seem to be any kind of dress code.

Train

by muddybok

Travel by train in Vietnam may sound like a good idea. It's slightly more expensive than buses and of course cheaper than air.

I arrive at Hanoi (from Hue) by overnight train. One set back is the cafe helper cannot speak English. Order food on the train is almost near to impossible since they do not have a menu (not even a Vietnamese menu). Food menu in English, you just forget about it.

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