Bun Cha Hanoi

Top 5 Bun Cha in Hanoi Where Locals Eat

Pho is the most popular dish in the morning, but bun cha is the top choice when it comes to lunchtime in Hanoi. And it’s been over 6 years since their visit to a local eatery, but the photograph of the former US President Barack Obama and Anthony Bourdain sitting at a bun cha table is still being mentioned when discoursing about the dish.

Bun Ca Sam Cay Si

Top Fish Nood Soups in Hanoi

The thousand-year-old capital Hanoi is internationally known as one of the best foodie destinations in Asia, and if you’ve heard of any of the city’s street eats, it’s most likely Pho, Banh mi, or Bun cha. There is no doubt that Hanoi is the best place to try those delicious dishes, but there’s much more to sample in the city’s diverse food scene.

Puppet Artist Phan Thanh Liem

Get To Know About Vietnam Water Puppetry

Water Puppet is called “Múa rối nước” in Vietnamese, which means “Making the puppets dance on the water”. The art of making the puppets dance on the water has been our tradition since 11th century, and it began when the farmers tried to entertain themselves in the flooded rice fields.

Traveler on Cyclo in Hanoi

A Glimpse of History of Rickshaw and Cyclo

Beside exploring Hanoi on foot, our clients love to experience the hustle traffic of the city on a cyclo. Since the activity is included in almost every classic tour for travelers staying in Hanoi, we would like to share a glimpse of history, and the terms, of rickshaw and cyclo in this blog entry.

Sent the flavor of lotus

Hanoi Restaurant: Sente – The Flavour of Lotus

Like its name suggests, this Vietnamese food restaurant features a lotus-based food and drink menu. From the lotus flowers, stems, roots, and leaves are elegantly used in its drinks, salads, main dishes, and desserts. On that background, Sente offers both meat and vegetarian options.

Thuoc Bac Street

What to Know About Hanoi’s Old Quarter?

On our personal food tours, we greet our travelers at their hotel and brief them with the walk before heading to the neighborhood that they’re interested in. For the Old Quarter of Hanoi, we’ll walk them through the backstreets and the hidden alleys to see the daily life of the Hanoians.