If you are traveling to Ha Noi and don’t know where to go tonight? Then you can immediately refer to 9 places in Hanoi at night that you should experience below!
Discover 9 places to experience Hanoi at night
Hoan Kiem Lake Walking Street
- Address: Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi
It is a familiar gathering place for everyone when the city lights up. You will see a Sword Lake become shimmering and fanciful among the night lights. Coming to this place first, you will be immersed in the excitement of the crowd full of sports, fun, dancing activities,… This will definitely recharge a lot of energy for you after daytime activities. In addition to the walking street, you can visit a number of nearby tourist attractions such as the Opera House, the Cathedral,…
The Ancient City of Hanoi
- Address: Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
In the midst of the hustle and bustle of life, during the day you will hardly recognize the old image of “Hanoi 36 streets”. Only when most of the capital goes to sleep, you will find a Hanoi Old Quarter with the most ancient and nostalgic features.
You can walk through every corner of the old town that is so quiet. You can also come to the noisy and bustling old town night market. On weekends, the old town often organizes night markets and street performances. There are many diverse items and delicious dishes here, so it is extremely attractive to tourists. Besides, you can visit Ta Hien Beer Street, while the street is only about 100m long but full of beer shops on the sidewalk, serving a full range of beers and Hanoi street food specialties. This is one of the most attractive nightlife spots in Hanoi.
- Address: West Lake, Tay Ho District, Hanoi
One of the places you can hang out at night is definitely not to be missed at West Lake. The large lake surface, windy space is very comfortable for you to gather with friends to chat or enjoy cool beer bottles. The famous streets in which you often date are Thanh Nien Street and Korean Wharf. In addition, you can enjoy the famous West Lake snacks such as shrimp cakes or lakeside ice cream. A very cool and chill experience!
Dong Xuan Market
- Address: Dong Xuan, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
As the largest wholesale market in the North of Vietnam, Dong Xuan Market is a symbol of Hanoi’s trade. A wide variety of items and food are served to customers day and night. Especially in the last 3 days of the week, Dong Xuan Market organizes a night market, very busy and bustling with people passing by. A night trip, you definitely cannot miss this very impressive place.
Long Bien Bridge
- Address: Long Bien Bridge, Ngoc Thuy, Long Bien District, Hanoi
The historic iron bridge connects Hoan Kiem District with Long Bien District. This is the historical evidence associated with the two struggles against the French and the Americans to save the country. Until now, that bridge is still standing proudly but has been stained with time, rust, and old. And not entering the name of Long Bien Bridge in the journey to discover Hanoi at night is a mistake. At night, this is a gathering place for many young people, a comfortable place to breathe the air, and admire the surrounding open-air river scenery. In particular, the experience of watching the sunrise on Long Bien Bridge is very interesting!
Long Bien Wholesale Fruit Market
- Address: at the foot of Long Bien Bridge, in Ba Dinh District, Hanoi
Located right at the foot of Long Bien Bridge, this place is considered the sleepless market of Hanoi. While for many people, the night is the time to rest and fall asleep, in the Long Bien wholesale fruit market a new day has begun. Always bustling and bustling, people here are engrossed in their livelihood. Here you will buy the freshest and cheapest fruits and vegetables because this is the gathering point before dispersing to sell everywhere. Come here also to feel the hard work and working spirit of the working people. That’s what Hanoi is, always jostling to make a living, each person has a different way of being busy, in different periods of time.
Hang Buom Food Street
- Address: Hang Buom Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
A very attractive place for Hanoians and tourists when night falls, Hang Buom is one of the most famous food streets in Hanoi. There are many snack stalls with many traditional Vietnamese dishes and foreign flavors interspersed. There are more than 40 restaurants with a variety of culinary cultures from many regions and many Eurasian countries, serving a variety of tourists’ tastes. Please notice, Hang Buom food street only extends about 300m from Hang Ngang Crossing to Ma May Street, open from 19:30 to 24h on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Remember to consider the time of your trip to have the best experience.
Tong Duy Tan Street
- Address: Dien Bien Phu, Cua Nam, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Another night food street in Hanoi that you should not miss is Tong Duy Tan Street. This street is extremely short but full of shops close together and always brightly lit as well as attracting tourists. The street is famous for its delicious and cheap popular food, which is very suitable for night owls or wandering. This is an extremely attractive dining place for tourists when they wander Hanoi at night. Full of choices from snacks to full meals, the street is short, but the food menu is extremely long.
Also in Tong Duy Tan street, you can visit Xofa Cafe – a cafe open 24/7, cozy design with many sofas, soft lights, very suitable for you to stop and rest. Xofa cafe is very famous and frequented by many young people going at night.
Nhat Tan Bridge
- Address: Nhat Tan Bridge, Phu Thuong, Dong Anh, Hanoi
Nhat Tan Bridge was completed and put into operation in 2015. In contrast to Long Bien Bridge, Nhat Tan Bridge is a symbol of a dynamic and integrated city. This is a place frequented by hikers. You can wander around to enjoy the fresh and airy air, take beautiful pictures shimmering, fanciful, and enjoy many dishes selling on the bridge and the footbridge area.
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