Shopping malls, St. Joseph's Cathedral and pedestrian streets in Hanoi Old Quarters are attractive destinations for Hanoi young people on Christmas Eve.
St. Joseph’s Cathedral known as ‘Big Church’ in Hanoi is one of favourite Christmas destinations of young people. The Cathedral is often colourfully decorated and is an ideal place for art performances.
Hundreds of giant lanterns made by Korean artisans are showcased on an area of 50,000 sq.m at LePARC by Gamuda City, which is also a favourite place for young people.
Pedestrian streets around Hoan Kiem Lake are a must-see destination on Christmas Eve.
The exciting atmosphere of Christmas fills Hang Ma street with Xmas trees, Santa hats and decorations.
Ham Long Church in Ham Long street looks sparkling with Xmas trees, Santa Clause and colourful lights.
Cua Bac Church in the city centre with French architecture style welcomes thousands of parishioners and young people on Christmas Eve.
Times City and Royal City are two romantic destinations for young people during Christmas season.
Aeon Mall Long Bien attracts Hanoians with colourful decorations and diverse activities.
Ho Tay Water Park is the best place for regular events for young people and families on special festivals.
Compiled by Nguyen Hung Minh