Thứ Hai, 1 tháng 12, 2014

Viet Village Hotel: New Boutique hotel opening

Book one of our airport hotels and you can forget the rushing, the traffic jams and the time-keeping stresses. Enjoy a leisurely journey the day before your flight and then relax in the evening before a peaceful night's sleep. Wake up knowing you're only minutes from the terminal and take your time to enjoy a hearty breakfast before you make your way to the airport.

1. Viet Village Hotel: New Boutique hotel opening - Viet Village Hotel is only a few minutes' drive from Noi Bai International Airport, Hanoi (Complimentary airport pick-up), conveniently close to all the interesting attractions like Me Linh Plaza Shopping centre, Lang Que market, Noi Bai Industrial Park, Soc Son Temple, Restaurants, Bar Karaoke, Local Shops, etc. All guest accommodations feature thoughtful amenities to ensure an unparalleled sense of comfort. Besides, the hotel's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. Viet Village Hotel is an ideal place of stay for travelers seeking charm, comfort and convenience in Hanoi.

Viet Village Hotel
Tel: +8443886 6636
Address: Thai Phu, Vo Nguyen Giap street, Noibai Airport, Hanoi

2. Airport View Hotel: A well equipped with modern facilities 2 star brand new hotel which is 36 kilometres from Hanoi capital and proudly to be the “Golden land” as we are just a few minutes to Noibai International airport. With such as that great point, Airport View Hotel is a favourite destination for transit-passengers, business people as well as the coupled ones who would not like to spend their time in a busy city, get up early for morning flights or tiredly wait hours at the airport for late departure.

Airport View Hotel
Tel: +8443886 5656
Address: Dien Xa, Vo Van Kiet street, Noibai Airport, Hanoi

3. Avi Airport Hotel: Located in a nice, peaceful village just 3 km Southwest of  Noi Bai International Airport. Avi Airport Hotel is an ideal address for both business people and leisure travellers. Our hotel is equipped with new standard facilities for guests, such as: A/C, TV, Free Wi-Fi internet, hot shower…which surely guarentee you a relaxing and comfortable stay with good value for money. We locate just 5 minutes by taxi from Noibai International airport, Hanoi

Avi Airport Hotel
Tel: +8443886 6998
Address: B22 Cho Phu Cuong, Noibai Airport, Hanoi

4. Avi Transit Hotel: Designed for both business and leisure travel, Avi Transit Hotel is ideally situated in Noi Bai Airport; one of the city's most popular locales. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

Avi Transit Hotel
Tel: +8443886 5959
Address: 1A Duong 2, Cau Den, Noibai Airport, Hanoi

5. Avi Airport Tranfer: Avi Airport Transfer offers great service at a competitive price with professional drivers and modern vehicles will ensure you a safe, relaxing trip between Noibai International airport (HAN) and Hanoi city. It's very nice to have someone waiting for you at the airport, after you exit the baggage claim, ready to take you to your destination...

Avi Airport Tranfer
Tel: +8443886 6868
Address: Thai Phu, Vo Nguyen Giap street, Noibai Airport, Hanoi

Thứ Sáu, 23 tháng 5, 2014

Young people working on Hanoi special photo project

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Young people working on Hanoi special photo project

A group of young people in Hanoi has been working on a photo project named “Humans of Hanoi” depicting the daily life of Hanoians.

The project is based on the idea of the Humans of New York photoblog and bestselling book, which features street portraits and interviews collected in the city. Started in November 2010 by photographer Brandon Stanton, over 6,000 portraits have been taken so far.

The project's aim is to capture the simple moments of life and people in Hanoi through photos, giving a hint of the interesting stories that make up each individual.

The group running the project includes six people from all over Hanoi. They meet strangers and listen to their stories by asking them a few simple questions as well as take their photos. The photos are posted on the project’s Facebook page and has attracted  great public attention over the past three months.

Each story has been translated into English to help foreigners to understand more about the culture and people of Hanoi.

Hanoi on holiday

Hanoi on holiday

Hanoi becomes much more quiet and peaceful over Reunification Day and International Labour Day as many residents make visits to their hometowns.

Large entertainment areas, on the other hand, see more visitors than usual. Taken together, it creates a picture of a different Hanoi.

One-Pillar Pagoda repairs put on hold

One-Pillar Pagoda repairs put on hold

The head monk of One-Pillar Pagoda has filed complaints that the repair process does not meet requirements.

Time and weather have left their marks on Mot Cot, or the One-Pillar Pagoda, and its complex. The roof was already damaged, and due to a bad drainage system, the whole complex becomes flooded after normal rains. Moreover, the monks have had to live in the worship house because the complex does not have monks' quarters.

The pagoda's head monk, Thich Tam Kien, had to file complaints and has been asking for help from various agencies since 2008. By the end of 2013, Hanoi authorities announced the plan to restore the One-Pillar Pagoda complex. However, according to monk Thich Tam Kien, the original plan has been changed and has become impractical.

The low terrain is part of the cause of flooding, making it necessary for the ground level to be raised, but this issue is not included in the plan. Also, according to the plan, total area for monk residency is only 48 square metres. Kien said, "The One-Pillar Pagoda receives many visitors. 48-square-metre monks' quarter leaves little room for other activities. Besides, the small residence does not fit in with the complex landscape."

The Prime Minister's directive, issued in December 2013, stated that 25% of One-Pillar Pagoda complex would undergo construction. The Buddhist Sangha of Vietnam then asked Hanoi authorities to expand total area for monk residences to 120 square metres.

The monks at the One-Pillar Pagoda decided to file another complaint to the Prime Minister. On May 13, the Government Office asked authorities in Hanoi to review the plan. Currently, the construction at One-Pillar Pagoda complex has been halted.