Cau Giay District, Hanoi: Land of traditional craft villages
Cau Giay (Paper Bridge) District is an ancient land of Thang Long (now Hanoi) with many traditional craft villages and a proud history.
Hanoi to open more bus service to Noi Bai International Airport
The Ministry of Transport has agreed to add another bus line to the list of buses connecting the downtown city with the airport.
Programme introduces traditional culture of Vietnamese ethnic groups
A programme entitled ‘Experiencing traditional culture’ is taking place throughout this August in the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism, in Dong Mo Tourism Area, Son Tay Town,…
Young artists’ conversation with Hang Trong folk painting
An exhibition themed “Dialog with Hang Trong Folk Painting” is underway at the Temple of Literature in Hanoi until July 31, 2023 featuring a series of artworks by young painters in the “From Tradition to Tradition” project.
In Hanoi, don’t rush to get caffeinated
Hanoi is unique in the sense that you can find many things to do and eat just by strolling down the sidewalk. Many street dishes here have become the capital’s specialties. Ca phe, Vietnamese for “coffee” is one of them.
Xam remix shows rekindle nostalgia, strengthen family bonds
This summer the Centre for the Promotion of Vietnam’s Intangible Cultural Heritages is organizing “Xam for families” sessions, which are customized to suit groups of families, children, and adults. “Xam” singing is a traditional art form which originated in Vietnam’s northern region hundreds of years ago. 
Hanoi seeks to attract foreign tourists in wake of Blackpink fever
In recent years, Hanoi has hosted numerous concerts performed by legendary singers from around the world. The city has become a regular stage for world music tours, bringing with them foreign fans who discover the beauty of Vietnam along the way.
Ho Guom Opera: Architectural and cultural highlight of Hanoi
Ho Guom Opera comes into view with the highlight of ancient European architecture exuding luxury and splendor from 52 monolithic stone columns imported directly from Spain. The ceiling lighting scheme of the theater's main hall is inspired by the starry night sky with magnificent lights, making the theater shimmer at night.
Hanoi to expand pedestrianizing streets around Hoan Kiem Lake
Hanoi's authorities plan to expand the weekend pedestrian zone around the capital's iconic Hoan Kiem Lake and the Old Quarter to boost tourism and trade in goods and services.
Second airport in Hanoi for domestic flights only
Hanoi's second airport will be for domestic flights only, according to Vietnam's airport development master plan for 2021-2050.
Hanoi's Loyalty Oath Festival listed as National Intangible Cultural Heritage
The Loyalty Oath Festival of Dong Co Temple in Tay Ho District, Hanoi has been listed as a national intangible cultural heritage by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism for its historical and cultural values.
Hanoi suburb Long Ho recognized as tourist destination
Son Tay, a historic town on the outskirts of Hanoi, officially kicked off its tourism year on May 27 with the announcement of Long Ho's recognition as a tourist destination. 
Two new suburban tourist spots diversify Hanoi’s travel options
Two wards in Hanoi's Thanh Tri District, namely Dai Ang and Yen My, have been recognized as tourist spots following the recognition of the district's 14 wards as advanced new-style rural areas, adding to the city's tourism models.
Hanoi to develop heritage tourism
The Hanoi Times spoke with Truong Minh Tien, Chairman of the UNESCO Hanoi Association, on ways to expand and link the city's heritage tours.
Hoi The Trung Hieu recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage
Hoi The Trung Hieu (a Festival of the Pledge of Allegiance to the Country) at Dong Co Temple in Hanoi has been recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage.