Orchid Paradise Hotel

No 1/12 Yen Thai - Hang Manh Street, Hanoi, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hanoi


A travel blog entry by nicoleslg


... were the last to catch on the what was going on, and in a rush Mari fell over a rope on the main beach and hit the deck. When we eventually did make it to the water, their was luminescent plankton that lit up when you moved the water. Everyone left the water to the realisation that the majority of our clothes had been moved, much to the amusement of the bar staff. Luckily mine was one of the few still there. We left the island at 8am the next day, all very hungover and still very ...


A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... again, so we get a taxi across to the mausoleum and join the queue. There are certain rules of entry we have to adhere to – respectful dress and behaviour, no food or cameras allowed etc. Vin leaves his bag in storage with all the contraband for the group contained therein and we follow the queue to the mausoleum (we’re all happy that they’ve provided temporary shelters from the sun along the queue). We soon reach the front where we get to see some ...

Mausoleums and pagodas in busy Hanoi

A travel blog entry by jowhiting


... through he announced he was hungry and I had to get on another cyclo much to the amusement of everyone else who thought he had just got tired of pulling me along. Travelling on a cyclo in the middle of Hanoi is indeed an experience not to be missed even though it is a frightening one as you weave around cars and mopeds and appear to be on a permanent collision course as you travel along. We were to be taken back to our hotel so it was nicer once we ...


A travel blog entry by specialmk


... balloons or flowers, and more! Thousands of people sitting on tiny stools on every street corner eating noodle soup and drinking beer. There are also hidden gems of tranquility; a quiet rooftop café, a restaurant tucked down a back road, a relatively peaceful park with people playing board games or exercising, or even just a quiet residential lane. These sudden moments of sanity amongst the mayhem are what has made Hanoi such a cool place to ...

Hanoi, the hub our of visits in North Vietnam

A travel blog entry by thebartons99


... Hanoi used to be called the city of 38 alleys, where each street specialized in a certain trade. Although somewhat more blended now (and the tourism trade has taken over many of the streets), you still get a flavour of many of the old streets. Our favorites included lolly (candy) street, toy street, and small handbag street (OK, maybe these were Natalie's favorites). The narrow alleys are also crammed with amazing street food and very cheap beer ...


This hotel, located on No 1/12 Yen Thai - Hang Manh Street, Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Bat Trang Ceramic, Night Market, and Hun Tiep Lake and the Downed B-52.
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