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Website launched to promote Hanoi eateries

Thursday, April 23, 2015, 17:15 GMT+7
Website launched to promote Hanoi eateries
Several young clients are seen buying Trang Tien ice cream cones, which are one of Hanoi's iconic refreshments.

A Hanoi cultural fund has launched a website to introduce eateries and cafés with delectable food and drinks and friendly, affordable services to locals and tourists. The Hanoi Cultural Fund on Wednesday put its website, “Dia Chi Ha Noi” (Hanoi Addresses), online at, newswire Vietnamplus reported.

The website is one of the tasks which the management of a project called “Ha Noi Dep Va Chua Dep” (Hanoi’s Nice and Ugly Things) has worked on since late last year.

Available on the site are the addresses of food shops and restaurants across the capital whose quality, prices, and service are ensured by the project management.

Vietnamplus cited Nguyen Khac Loi, deputy director of the Hanoi Department of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, as saying that the website is an attempt to promote cultured manners in public.

The “Dia Chi Ha Noi” website is expected to offer more helpful tourist and entertainment tidbits including scenic spots and recreation places throughout the city, according to Ha Noi Moi (New Hanoi) newspaper.

Founded in 2009, the Hanoi Cultural Fund is dedicated to promoting and conserving traditional and contemporary cultural heritage, as well as supplying support to and organizing various cultural exchanges and activities.

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