A warm welcome to all our Hanoi guests as we head towards the end of 2017.
Please enjoy this Autumn edition of EHG Post, with ideas of what to see and do around Hanoi. Culinary delights focus on rice and tea. Discover the versatility of rice, our nation’s staple food and unofficial symbol, while Vietnam’s tea culture is as socially important now as it was in ancient times. Even if you are not a good singer pick up a microphone and sing to your heart’s content as we focus on the Karaoke craze uniting young and old, east and west. October and December feature significant celebrations. On 4th October Tet Trung Thu (mid-Autumn festival) celebrations hit the streets, especially along Hang Ma. This is a traditionally Asian celebration with a 20,000 old history. While at the end of December, we welcome Christmas and the start of New Year in Western/Christian calendars. Although these are not traditionally Vietnamese, they are now firmly engrained in Vietnamese society.
Latest EHG news includes Hanoi La Siesta Central hotel, our latest addition to our collection of hotels. We invite you to dine in Red Bean Central or enjoy a drink at our rooftop Twilight Bar. With stunning views of Hoan Kiem Lake these are the places to eat and drink.
So come and celebrate the end of the year like a local as EHG wishes you a happy and peaceful end to 2017 and a joyous New Year.
Thank you for reading and please enjoy your stay in Hanoi.