Hanoi pedestrian streets has become an interesting touring destinations in Vietnam. On walking around these streets, a variety of cultural, tourism and service activities will take place along the walking streets to meet demand for recreation, like photo exhibitions, dragon dancing, performances of traditional musical instruments and traditional singing.
“Specialties” of the Hanoi pedestrian streets are the traditional Vietnamese folk games reproduced around Sword Lake and in front of the Cam Tu (Self-sacrifice) Monument. A variety of games, such as tug of war, mandarin square capturing, stilt walking and rope skipping, have worked to bring back childhood memories among participants and have become appealing attractions to visitors to the walking space.
At the same time, artists and artisans will have the chance to showcase their skills, like writing calligraphy or creating toy figurines.
More information about Hanoi pedestrian streets
The streets will be closed to traffic from 7pm to 2am in summer, and 6pm to 2am in winter on Friday through Sunday and on some holidays. For the sake of your convenience, you can look at the map of Hanoi pedestrian streets.