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Ta Hien is popular amongst tourists
Ta Hien – where to go for Hanoi street food
In early October 2014, Ma May, Hang Giay, Hang Buom, Luong Ngoc Quyen and Dao Duy Tu, Ta Hien is one of six streets in the Old Quarter turned into roads for pedestrians. For more information, you can click: Indochina holidays Vietnam

Ta Hien is popular amongst tourists

Ta Hien is popular amongst tourists- source: internet

With so many super small alleyways and twisted intersections, which are very fit for any curious explorers who want to enjoy a little bit taste of rusticity, Ta Hien Street is like a mini or a narrow version of a food paradise. Come there at night if you want some more adventure, however, be aware that it is always overcrowded! If you come there late in evening, it may take you about 15-20 minutes to worn your way through the crowd and another 15-20 minutes to get back as there are a lot of clubs, beer and  bars, with flocks of people taking a seat on the sidewalks. Nevertheless, because of the great foods, the perfect atmosphere and above all, an interesting chance to make new friends, you will not regret about going there. And sometimes, talking to strangers in the heart of Hanoi can be a great experience.

A Hanoi night out is not complete without having Ta Hien

A Hanoi night out is not complete without having Ta Hien- source: internet

Bun cha (rice noodles served with grilled pork); La Vong grilled fish, Pho (noodle soup served with beef or chicken) and Bun Thang (Rice vermicelli soup served with meat dumpings, fried egg, shredded chicken and mushrooms), are some of plenty of the most famous Hanoi street food and traditional dishes that you can find on the pedestrians streets. Among the world’s finest, Vietnamese cuisine is what to taste here to send your taste buds to haven. north Vietnam travel packages

Displaying consumer goods, food and drinks, pedestrian streets are popular in many countries. However, also showcasing cultural performances, pedestrian streets in Hanoi’s Old Quarter are much more fascinating. Two mini shows held every week, which features a wide range of music, from Vietnamese traditional music to classical symphonies, are also what attract tourists.

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