Hang Gai street, famous for its silk, tailors, colorful galleries and handcrafted souvenirs, is sold in shops of old-fashioned lime.
How Hang Gai Street is one of the most bustling street?
Also known as Silk Street, the lively Hang Gai is one of the famous shopping areas of Hanoi. The street is famous for its silk shops and tailor-made tailors. The backdrop combines traditional and modern architecture with stalls, tailors, street vendors and art galleries.
On the street there are motorcycles passing by, traditional dresses as well as modern ones in front of the shops and hats of Vietnam with paper lanterns hanging in rows on the walls.
Located in the Old Quarter, this area has existed for more than 1,000 years. The war in the 19th century destroyed many buildings, but the traditional architecture with the lime-scattered houses fading by the years still exists.
At number 85 is Dinh Co Vu, formerly belonging to Co Vu Village. Outside 85 Hang Gai has a large banyan tree. This banyan tree carries a symbol of spirituality under the tree with a set of roots to hang together are the incense bowls and rice wine people put to worship.
At Hang Gai Street, visitors can be tailor-made tailors who measure high quality clothing in 48 hours. Walking along the street, visitors will find a lot of silk patterns with enough color to choose from.
In Hanoi, Van Phuc village is famous for producing some of the finest silk fabrics in Vietnam. Guests can choose silk, silk or silk. Please bring a sample photo to choose the right product. Visitors will also find locally produced bags, handcrafted souvenirs made from traditional Papaya paper and embroidered Vietnamese fabrics.
Vietnam has more than 50 ethnic groups, handicrafts and costumes that are sold here represent many of the unique designs and weavings of the nations. Look for maternity inlay, oil paintings and watercolors, prints, antiques, lacquerware, ceramic statues and sculptured sandalwood.
After exploring the shops, visitors can stop by the coffee shop and stroll through the art galleries on the street.
Hang Gai Street is located just north of Hoan Kiem Lake, just outside the Old Quarter. The street is only 250 meters long, connecting with Hang Bong Street in the west and Hang Dao Street in the south. I’t is the best Hanoi walking tours to Hang Gai street is must to go. But don’t forget to check out article all things need to know before travel Hanoi here.
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