Like pumpkins and candy at Halloween, rice flakes are a must during the fall in the capital.
Check out the list below and make your journey to the capital of Vietnam worth every penny and minute.
One woman’s journey to a bun cha paradise, where there are no charred bits or salty sauce.
How do you take your coffee? With yogurt please!
This restaurant in Hanoi is not just famous for its tasty snail dishes, but for its use of sign language
Colors bring many sleepy walls to life in a Hanoi neighborhood.
Tourists bring their children to an ancient craft village to teach them about the art and hard work.
A trip to Vietnam’s capital is not complete without tasting the many dishes found along this lively street.
Tricky but fun: When there are no sidewalks, many visitors learn to just go with the flow.
Streets across the city are given a rare break on the morning of the Lunar New Year's Day, without the familiar traffic jams and crowds.