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Review of Cau Giay district area
Cau Giay District is a rather big district of Hanoi, with a total area of 12.04km2. It is located in the west of Hanoi's inner city, with Dong Da and Ba Dinh districts to the east, Tu Liem district to the west, and Thanh district to the south. The district of Tay Ho is bordered on the north by Xuan. The district has long been known for many traditional occupations, including Sac Phong paper-making village in Nghia Do, Vong Village - Dich Vong has a long-standing profession of making nuggets, a product found on Hang Than Street. The district serves as a link between the suburbs and the city center, producing items for consumption in the core. Cau Giay district has seen several changes in recent years, the most notable of which is the re-planning of the land area and the re-planning of roadways.
The "rise" of the streets of Cau Giay district
The density of traffic and the number of people circulating on the routes of Cau Giay district are now fairly dense, and the population working in the center is also quite substantial, therefore this is regarded a crossroads linking the north. Districts of Nam Tu Liem and Ba Dinh
Cau Giay Road includes major thoroughfares such as Cau Giay, Xuan Thuy, and Ho Tung Mau, as well as an elevated railway that connects Nhon and Cat Linh. Nguyen Van Huyen Street is the next main axis, and it connects to two other significant roads, Cau Giay and Hoang Quoc Viet. Nguyen Phong Sac, Hoang Quoc Viet, Nguyen Khanh Toan, and Tran Vy streets are some inter-regional roadways. Other roads, such as Hoang Sam, Nghia Tan, Chua Ha, Dang Thuy Tram, Phan Van Truong, and Quan Hoa street, which run beside the To Lich river, are being upgraded.
Many bus routes run through the area, including bus 49 from My Dinh Urban Area to Hoan Kiem District, bus 34 from My Dinh bus station to Gia Lam bus station, bus 07 from Cau Giay transit to the yard Fly Noi Bai, bus 55 from Cau Giay transit to Tay Ho district, and several bus routes to Phung town and Son Tay.
Specifically, Cau Giay transit point has buses 07,20A, 20B, 24,26,38,55A,55B, 105; Hoang Quoc Viet transit points such as 53A, 38; My Dinh bus station has 09B, 16.21B, 22B, 30,34,46...; bus stations at Nghia Do Park such as 12,39,96,97; bus station at Cau Giay Park such as 51.39; bus station at Cau Giay Park.
Parking lots are planned in a number of locations, including the region around the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Public Administration and the new South Trung Yen neighborhood.
The district's urban railway features four lines that run along Ring Road 3, Lang - Hoa Lac, Thu Le - Nguyen Van Huyen, and Hoang Quoc Viet - Phu Dien, among other routes. The Troi - Nhon - Yen So line, which is now under development, includes the Nhon - Hanoi Railway Station urban railway project.
System of trees and parks in Cau Giay district
The density of trees is centered mostly in institutions and residential areas, with a limited density of ancient trees. However, because the district's population is growing, the district's roadways are currently heavily planted. Tran Thai Tong, Nguyen Phong Sac, Nguyen Van Huyen, and Nguyen Khanh Toan are some of the green roads. Rows of green trees along the To Lich river in the Quan Hoa street neighborhood.
Nghia Do Park and Cau Giay Park are two parks in the area.
The total area of Nghia Do Park has a campus of up to 47,000m2, with several places such as a children's play area, sports area, walking area, lake area, flower garden, a clean space for families, groups of friends to rest on weekends or engage in sports activities at the end of the day. The park also offers outdoor sports equipment, and although there is no charge when you visit, parking costs between 3 and 5 thousand VND. The eating paradise in Nghia Tan ward is next to the park, and the Ethnology museum is across the street from the Nguyen Van Huyen gate, with a 40,000 VND admission fee. Bus lines such as 28, 12, and 39 are available.
Cau Giay Park is a 6540m2 park with a tree system that was established from the beginning to create a cool and clean campus. The site is on Thanh Thai Street in the Dich Vong urban district, directly across the street from the park gate and bus lines 51 and 39.
The park is separated into three main areas: a sports area, a children's play area, a lake area, and a square where locals gather for a stroll. Daily activities include a children's play area on artificial grass with a variety of games such as swinging, climbing rope, and so on. This is an excellent place for folks to unwind and enjoy themselves after a hard day.
Architecture of Cau Giay district
Cau Giay area is developing, and it serves as a common lever for the city's economy. Projects are also being pushed from here to surrounding districts, which link to inner city districts.
Hospitals in the Cau Giay district, such as Hanoi Hospital of Traditional Medicine, E hospital, 19-8 Ministry of Health, and others, help to alleviate the problem of overpopulation in inner-city hospitals. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Government Inspector, the Supreme People's Procuracy, the General Department of Roads, the General Department of Population, the General Department of Customs, and the Association are just a few of the state agencies in the district. Farmers in Vietnam, the Department of Maritime Affairs, the Department of Waterways, the Department of Registry, and the Department of Industry and Trade in Hanoi
The district's vast terrain has a number of significant urban areas, such as Dich Vong urban area, which includes a number of Ha Do group residential items, such as Hado Park View apartment, CC1 apartment, and so on.
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Apartment for rent in Cau Giay District
The most popular housing in Cau Giay Districts are apartments in high-rise condos and serviced apartment buildings. Some of the most prominent names are Indochina Plaza Hanoi, Trang An Tower, Watermark, Thang Long Number One, Yen Hoa Sunshine, Vinhomes D’Capitale, Home City 77 Trung Kinh, Central Point 219 Trung Kinh. ..
These apartment buildings are favored and choosen by expats because of their dominant locations, comfortable living conditions, high end buildings with premium utilties services.
If the tenants are not keen on high rise apartments, another option is serviced apartment for rent in Cau Giay which are almost privately-owned. These apartments are usually located near A or B level office buildings, in Duy Tan Street, Tran Thai Tong St, Thanh Thai St or Dich Vong Hau St… They are almost newly-operated with modern and very nice furniture. Daily amenities are easily access here, with many food marts, organic food stores, coffee shops and many well-known restaurants and food chains.