Explore Ta Hien Street by night

Ta Hien – where to go in Hanoi at ngiht
After the sun sets, Hanoi’s nightlife scene offers a multitude of stunning things to see and beautiful places to go. Set conveniently around Hoan Kiem Lake in the Old Quarter, the lively bars and glitzy nightclubs in the city are where you can mix and mingle with fun-loving locals and expats while enjoying great tunes and all sorts of booze. However, without sitting back on plastic stools and enjoying bia hoi (Vietnamese draft beer) along the bustling streets, a night out in Hanoi cannot be complete. For more information, you can click: Travel IndochinaTa Hien – Bia Hoi Junction

Ta Hien – where to go in Hanoi at ngiht

Ta Hien – where to go in Hanoi at night- source: internet

A common invitation that you will get when you are staying in Hanoi is: “Let’s go to Ta Hien Street and grab some beer”. 266 meters in length, Ta Hien is a famous street of , is certainly a must-explore destination in the Old Quarter. Ta Hien is where youcan see how the Eastern culture harmonizes with Western one. That is the reason why many people naturally call it the international intersection. And each step of your way is probably a foreign guy sitting and enjoying his beer with some snacks, sometimes, you will even hear people call it the Foreign street or Western street – Phố Tây.

Widely regarded as the quintessential nightlife spot in Hanoi, Bia Hoi Junction is a must-visit for any first-time visitors to Hanoi. Situated at the corner of Luong Ngoc Quyen and Ta Hien streets in Hanoi Old Quarter, where you can see hundreds of people sitting on plastic stools with a glass of cold bia hoi in hand, the ever-bustling beer haven is open throughout the day and late into the night. A type of Vietnamese draft beer that only contains about 4% alcohol, bia hoi is available at numerous makeshift bars within Bia Hoi Junction. Compared with European standards, it might be weak but bia hoi, with its incredibly cheap price: a tall glass costing from VND 5,000 to VND 8,000, is a drink for summer. Vietnam tour online

Ta Hien –Bia Hoi Junction

Ta Hien –Bia Hoi Junction- source: internet

It is no doubt that, Bia Hoi Junction draws a steady flow of not only locals and expats but also backpackers, who are looking to down some ice cold beers to treat themselves, especially in hot summer days. Otherwise, you can go to one of several bars selling soft drinks together with imported beers including Tiger Beer for about VND 20,000/bottle.

Besides these bia hoi joints with red/blue plastic chairs onto the streets, these makeshift stalls selling a wide selection of snacks such as delicious beef jerky, steamed peanuts, skewered meats and fried tofu are also waiting for you. Do keep your wits about and be mindful of your belongings as it can get very packed there. However, the festival atmosphere is a really unforgettable snapshot of Hanoi nightlife.

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