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Hanoi by Night Photo Tour
"Hanoi By Night Itinerary 7 pm – Hotel pick-up 7:15 pm  - Arrive at Highlands Cafe on Hoan Kiem Lake for overview of the tour.  Welcome drink and introduction to night photography settings. 7:45 pm – Set up for night-time and at weekends often hosts performances of traditional song and theatre.  Technical point: use and non-use of flash in Portraiture. 10 pm – Stop for drinks and feedback on photographs.  How to choose and edit photographs for a 3 picture"""Take a guided wander through the atmospheric streets of the Old Quarter after dark learning key aspects of night photography.  We start with an overview of night settings and composition fundamentals in a cafe overlooking Hoan Kiem Lake.  From a balcony high above the city we snap panoramic pictures of nocturnal life around the lake before moving onto the neon-lit night market leading up to Dong Xuan.  The tour concludes with a feedback and editing workshop in an Old Quarter café. Hanoi by Night takes in: Hoan Kiem Lake Night Market Hang Dao
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Hanoi Explorer Private Photo Tour
"Hotel pick-up.  We start the tour on historic Long Bien Bridge Yen Phu Street.  After introductions and a brief look at the story behind the bridge there is an overview of camera settings.  We then head up to Long Bien Bridge to shoot the Establishing picture.  Time now to move into Long Bien market Hanoi's biggest wet market to learn how to shoot Relationship pictures.  Our focus is on how to take naturalistic photos of people at work and play.  In Dong Xuan market we continue with Relationship pictures.  The market was originally built by the French in 1889
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Private Tour: Hanoi City Tour Including Water Puppet Show and Cyclo Ride
"Start your full-day private tour of Hanoi with early pickup from your hotel. Then hop in a cyclo to the undisputed heart of the city with your friendly and informative guide. Observe people practicing tai chi playing badminton and doing other popular activities as you receive an overview of daily life and witness how locals occupy their mornings.Weave through Hanoi’s Old Quarter in the historical center of the capital known for its 36 old streets and artisan guilds that date back to the 13th century. You’ll end up at St Joseph’s Cathedral (Nha Tho Lon) whose structure has changed little since it was built in 1886.Stop for a quintessential Vietnamese breakfast of pho bo (beef noodle soup) and enjoy a relaxing conversation with the locals over a cup of delicious coffee — a great way to immerse in usually with sugar) or ca phe sua nong (hot coffee with sweetened condensed milk).Afterward continue sightseeing in the comfort of an air-conditioned private vehicle with a visit to Ba Dinh Square
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Cha Ca La Vong

This place is famous enough that most people have heard of it by now, since it's probably the only place in the Old Quarters that serves the "Cha Ca" dish (grilled fish). But I noticed that the last...
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Feb 09, 2007

Just "Cha Ca" (see the picture)

This restaurant is righ across from the Cha Ca La Vong restaurant and serves only 2 things: Cha Ca and Bahn Cuon. (Bahn Cuon are steamed rice crepes stuffed with chopped meat.) Both are very good and...
Dec 11, 2007

Cha Ca La Vong

Only sells the one dish. Restaurant is a little warm, probably due to the dish "cooking" on the table. Fish comes with fish sauce, peanuts, chilli and a vege. Can opt to cook all the vege together...
Mar 22, 2008

Cha Ca La Vong

I saw this restaurant in the book "1000 places to see before you die" of Patricia Schultz, so i thought it´s going to be the typical touristic place, but it wasn´t. The place was full of local people...
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Oct 16, 2005

Cha Ca La Vong

When coming to Vietnam you want to try local food which is different from what you are use to. One of the very first options you should consider is this restaurant which only has one dish: "Cha Cha"....
Nov 21, 2004

Cha Ca La Vong

For a restaurant that has such a long history, the interior is a let down. It's just like other local eating places in the old quarter, If you want a taste of dining at some hundred year old houses,...
Jun 28, 2005

Cah ca la vong

Avoid this place. It has been featured in Lonely Planet, maybe at one time it was value for money but the guide we looked at said it was $6 per person; it was $10 per person and we needed to ask for...
Jan 04, 2011

Cha ca la vong

Do not go there, it was a joke for us,we went there in May 2011 and it cost us $28 for a few pieces of fish and noodles. owner was rude, food was bad,I nearly punch the guys there after they toll us...
Jun 05, 2011

Cha Ca La Vong

Me and my husbond went here 4 years agao and we both remembered it as different amd eceptionally good. So we had no doubt in our mind to come back this time and try the food once again.This time we...
Aug 18, 2008

Cha Ca La Vong

Give this place a miss unless you have extra cash and don't know what to spend on. The place is small and cramp, it will be hard to run for your life if a fire were to break out. A rip-off for a few...
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Dec 11, 2008

Cha Ca La Vong

Fried fish and vegetables simmering before you over a charcoal stove and eaten with the chewy noodles. Taste ok with beer. A little too oily for my taste and honestly, I think the price is a little of...
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Dec 23, 2008

Cha ca La Vong

It's located in the old quarter..Need to be careful as there are similar restaurants offering similar dish. Picture of the original restaurant is attached.It's a two floor restaurant. Don't bother to...
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Apr 03, 2009
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Hang Chieu

Hang Chieu Street is one of the 36 trade streets in Hanoi, each specialising in one product. It was known as sedge mat street as this is where you come to buy a mat, but nowadays plastic and bamboo...
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Ancient House

The Hanoi Ancient House or Heritage House as the sign states above the door can be found at 87 Ma May Street in the Old Quarter. It was constructed in the late 20th century and is typical of the type...
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Indochina Junk

Indochina Junk ran our tour to and of Ha Long Bay. We took the Dragon Legend tour, which is one night. It began with pick up from our hotel (also arranged by IJ) in a luxury van at 7.30am - we were...
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Nhan Noi Linh Tu

We stumbled across this little temple (Nahn Noi Linh Tu) where Hang Ga meets Bat Dan Street, but unfortunately we could not gain access. I believe it contains a Shinto shrine, but outside there were...
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Hang Quat Street

Hang Quat Street used to be the street where the shops sold fans, but nowadays there are many shops that sell items for worshiping such as colorful Buddhist flags, statues, lamps and wooden shrines. ...
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Culture Exchange Center

We decided to enter the Culture Exchange Center at 50 Dao Duy Tu street and realised that this was the place that organised the fashion show which we saw the night before. Inside the building were...
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