1900 Club Hanoi
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This is the favorite bar of young people, lively music, open space, delicious drinks and affordable prices.
“Opera opened in 2017 - it’s the latest arrival on Hanoi’s nightclub circuit and the most flamboyant and risqué we’ve spotted for a long time. Scantily clad European dancers, perched on platforms either side of the DJ, keep the mainly local crowd entertained. The DJ belts out a playlist of solid EDM. Pricing is higher than local bars but reasonable for a proper club. Opera’s located right by Hanoi’s famous beer corner and Ta Hien St so you’ll have plenty of other drinking and partying options nearby if it doesn’t take your fancy”
“Bánh Cuốn (steam roll cake) not only tasty but also interesting in the way how to make it. You will have great experience with this one. ”
“The Vietnam Military History Museum Hanoi, also known as the Army Museum, houses an extensive collection of weaponry that was used throughout Vietnam’s war-filled history. Ideal for history buffs looking to know more about the country, there are plenty of authentic war relics, weapons, and detailed accounts by former soldiers who have fought against the French and American forces. Notable attractions include the wreckage of an American B-52 bomber, an M107 self-propelled gun, and a military tank that had ploughed through the gates of Saigon’s Presidential Palace, thus ending the Vietnam War in 1975. You can also find classic propaganda videos, improvised weapons, a diorama of the Battle of Dien Bien Phu, and exhibitions of artefacts dating back to the Hong Bang Dynasty (2879 BC). - Opening Hours: Daily 08:00 - 11:30 Tuesday – Thursday, Saturday & Sunday 14:00 – 16:00 - Location: 28A Dien Bien Phu, Ba Dinh District Hanoi, Vietnam -Tel: +84 43 823 4264 - Price Range: VND 30,000 & VND 20,000 (camera fee) ”
“ke pho, banh mi is ubiquitous in Vietnam. It’s one of Vietnamese cuisine’s most iconic dishes so everyone has their personal favorite. It’s the one dish we had everywhere we went in Vietnam, from Hanoi to Hoi An to Ho Chi Minh City. We tried to look for the best in every city and our research in Hanoi took us to this place – Bánh Mì Lãn Ông.Strictly speaking, banh mi is the Vietnamese word for bread, or more specifically the personal-sized French baguette. But when most tourists say “banh mi”, they’re referring to this sandwich made with different types of meat, vegetables, and condiments. ”