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Myanmar travel: Around roadside market in Yangon

Sunlight enveloped the aisle of the crowded bazaar with buyers and sellers in Yangon, Myanmar. In addition to a famous Bogyoke market, Yangon has many other markets, especially the market located on the roadside.

Roadside market, Yangon

Eating in Burma

Coming there, you will smell the jasmine from the women who wearing a wreath full of hands to sell for housewives or passersby. Not only that, you can smell the aroma of meat, fish and chicken. Like most other markets, roadside markets in Yangon offers a full range of food products from eggs, cheese, thanaka cream.

Streets with fragrant jasmine

Along the streets with fragrant jasmine, people sit around with the rice sacks or plastic bowls, bamboo baskets containing carrots, tomatoes and numerous other fruits and vegetables …

Roadside market, Yangon

So far, you will see a blinking light emitted from the cans, that is fishmonger with the fish piled on banana leaf plates. Observe a little more, you will seen turmeric shop that is yellow brilliant.

Subculture of roadside market in Yangon

If traders focus crowded, customers also not inferior. People of all ages with different dress styles busy shopping for what they need or are simply looking for a dish

Roadside market, Yangon

A robed monks left holding the newspaper, right hand holding the bean sprouts bag. The tattoo men wear T-shirt and traditional dress. Seen from afar, you may feel very bustling bazaar and you will quickly discover cultural beauty here.

Roadside market, Yangon

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36 hours to explore Hanoi by foreign correspondents

Hanoi has become the latest destination in a series of reportages “36 hours discovery” of one of the most famous newspaper in the world – New York Times.

After 36h travel around Hanoi, correspondent Robyn Eckhardt described here is a special city, with tree-lined streets, the houses moss ancient, traditional culture and great street food great, the store has a unique style and nightlife is extremely delicate.

Hanoi Stopover Tour

Friday

1. Coffee & view street at 05:00 pm

Rush hour in Hanoi is the ideal time for sightseeing streets from above. Just find a quaint cafe and choose a seat in the balcony to watch the crowded roads and motorcycles run around Hoan Kiem lake.

2. Dinner as subsidy period at 07:30 pm

Prior to the reform era in 1986, the Vietnam living under the subsidy regime. At restaurants, people can look the part of past with whitewashed walls are decorated with items leftover from ancient times and music from the 70s is emitted from a the old radio.

The restaurant’s menu is mostly northern dishes, most notably are roasted meat with shrimp sauce and mussels cooked tomato soup. Reporter Robyn extremely impressed with the food “fried rice” of restaurant, “elderberry” taken from the bottom of the pot, eating with shrimp sauce. It’ really crispy and tasty

3. Music and dance at 10:00 pm

music in Hanoi

On a quiet street, Hai Ba Trung district, with the bars regularly invite international bands and DJs to perform. Cocktails here are diverse both in terms of taste and price.

Also, at the West Lake has an interesting Bar serving almost all entertainment needs, from karaoke to dance. Live music is served until late at night.

Saturday

4. Enjoy street food at 8:30

Besides “Phở”, Hanoi has many street food interesting, so visitors shouldn’t take meal at the hotel to visit streets and tasted a few dishes. Through the small streets and rickety stairs, visitors will find the “gems” like vermicelli stir-fried eel, crab soup noodles, bun cha barbecue …

5. Learn the history of the capital at 01:00 pm

Want to learn the history of the capital, thousands of years of civilization, go to the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, a location in the city center is still a military camp until 2010. The most intriguing here is Imperial Citadel that was built in the 11th century and has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Guests can also scroll through Hanoi flagpole and Military History Museum

6. Discover the art when resting at 03:00 pm

If you want to admire the artwork, going to the gallery which showcases the artwork of emerging artists as well as the famous artists

7. Dinner at 08:00 pm

Restaurant

Dinner at a restaurant is decorated with rough brick wall, concrete and soft skin, elegant style and enjoy seasonal dishes.

8. Go out for the evening at 10:30 pm

Let’s find a cozy bar, meeting place of artists in Hanoi to be heard reciting poetry and viewed other interesting art items.

Sunday

9. Breakfast with western style at 09:00 am

The rapid rise of an Australian citizen in Hanoi led to the emergence of Western-style cafes appear more. Breakfast food such as quinoa grain eat with porridge, dried apricots and cream, but visitors can also choose chocolate cake instead.

West lake, Hanoi

West Lake with the most romantic street in Hanoi

10. Walking around the West Lake at 11:00 am

Want to see the West Lake fullest, visitors use bicycles, walk around and experience leisurely . At the lake, visitors can rent a bike or an electric bike at a reasonable price to start the journey. At Phu Tay Ho, visitors can enjoy “specialty” such as snail noodle, boiled snails … was delicious. Walking around the West Lake, visitors will certainly discover a lot of the beauty of Hanoi.

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