Vietnam on "foodstep"Welcome to the restaurant Vietnam on "foodstep".
A striking feature of Vietnam and other South-East Asia countries is their countless traditional markets. You can find "Chợ" - Vietnam traditional market in every neighborhood, with vendors displaying goods from A to Z. Let’s look closer and you’ll see that "Chợ" is more than a market or a retail space, but rather a communal place with indescribable cultural values.Read More ->
One thing for sure many first-time visitors will be asking upon seeing an abundance of food stalls in Hanoi is why sellers set up stores outdoors, right outside houses, but not invest in some in-house infrastructure for better customer experience. The answer is hard to tell. So let’s go back in time a little bit to find out.Read More ->
Dong Xuan Market is located in Hanoi Old Quarter, which is the first and most aged-long market that is associated with the formation and commercial development of Thang Long capital. This place is not only a trade point but also a cultural and spiritual value that reflects the daily life of the people of Hanoi in the past.Read More ->
Bach Ma temple used to be located in Ha Khau ward, Huu Tuc canton, Tho Xuong district, Hoai Duc district, now it is No. 3 Hang Buom street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi. It is proudly named “one of the four guards” by Hanoi people for its precious spiritual and historical value to the capital particularly and the whole country of Vietnam generally.Read More ->