Mid-Autumn Festival check-in places with low cost in Hanoi

With just a few days left until the Mid-Autumn Festival, do you and your family know the following places to check-in, take pictures at cheap cost, or even at no charge?

With just a few days left until the Mid-Autumn Festival, do you and your family know the following places to check-in, take pictures at cheap cost, or even at no charge?

In recent days, netizens have been stirred by photos taken at Hang Ma Street, Hanoi – a famous and busy street at every festival. Accordingly, next to the lanterns and colorful star lights, there was a signboard with content such as: “No photography”, “Goods for sale, no photography”, or even “Take pictures”. photos cost 50,000 or 100,000 VND”.

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Signboards prohibiting taking pictures or taking pictures for a fee at Hang Ma, Hanoi.(Photo by Nguyen Thanh Tung)

In fact, it is difficult to judge whether it is right or wrong to not allow photography or charge photography fees at stores like this. Many people feel discontent, but there are also some supporters.

Thuong Thuong D facebook account. comment: “If you know what you mean, then buy the goods and then stop and take pictures quickly to both please the seller and save the traffic jam. Anyway, the goods that people hang there do not want hundreds of people to pass by. touch, and the goods still cannot be sold.”

Another account named Le Nhu Nha T. also added: “Many stall owners can only shake their heads because they display beautiful goods for customers to buy, where they don’t see only many friends asking for pictures. Toys like this. If you lift them up and put them down a lot, they’ll break easily, so if you can, you should buy them 2-3 items and then they’ll be happy to let people take pictures.”

Le Thanh N.: “The day I went in to buy a toy, the salesman also kindly asked me to take a photo, and told me to go inside the house to take a good picture, so if everyone else, everything would be much simpler. .”

Hang Ma is still one of the most attractive places during the Mid-Autumn Festival in Hanoi. However, everyone should be aware so that taking photos does not hinder the business and trade of small businesses here.

In the capital, there are still many places for you and your family to take photos without charge:

1. Shopping centers

On festive occasions, shopping malls are often decorated with elaborate themes. You and your family can choose one of the big commercial centers such as Aeon Mall, Vincom or Trang Tien plaza area to freely take check-in photos with the colorful Mid-Autumn Festival atmosphere.

Lanterns or miniatures, along with fun activities have been, are and will be decorated and organized to serve customers for the full moon day of August.

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Large shopping centers began to decorate the colorful Mid-Autumn Festival scene for customers to take photos.(Photo of Vincom, Aeon Mall)

At commercial centers, besides taking pictures, your family also has many other options such as shopping, eating, and playing. Spending a full day at the mall is also considered a good choice for a Mid-Autumn Festival place, especially for large families with young children.

2. Coffee shops

Besides large commercial centers, cafes are also ideal places to take pictures or visit during the Mid-Autumn Festival. Some shops will decorate the background and space with Mid-Autumn colors very early with lanterns, masks, and star lights.

Besides decoration, some cafes also invest in the Mid-Autumn Festival menu. These include launching a new drink with a name related to the occasion or selling more “home-grown” mooncakes.

The location of the cafe is not only suitable for families but also suitable for couples to date or groups of friends to practice cabinets. Some cafes that have been decorated with Mid-Autumn Festival in Hanoi you can refer to are: Cafe 30 (Quan Nhan, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi), Ban Cong Cafe (Dinh Liet, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi). , Ka (Nguyen Tuan, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi or Nguyen Hong, Dong Da, Hanoi).

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Going to cafes decorated with Mid-Autumn Festival, you also have the opportunity to participate in special experience activities.(Photo Ka, Cafe 30)

3. Vietnam Museum of Ethnology

Another suggestion of a place to have fun on the Mid-Autumn Festival, but not everyone knows it, is the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology. Located on Nguyen Van Huyen Street, Cau Giay District, Hanoi, the museum is a place for scientific research, collection, preservation and restoration of artifacts and documents about ethnic groups.

In addition, on special occasions, this place also organizes exhibitions, performances or other activities to introduce and disseminate the historical and cultural values ​​of ethnic groups at home and abroad.

Mid-Autumn Festival is such an occasion. Every year on this occasion, the museum will organize folk toy-making festivals with the participation and guidance of long-standing artisans in the profession.

This is both a meaningful and useful activity for everyone, especially the children, as well as an opportunity to honor artisans or old folk toys such as mache masks, Dr. paper, he played with a stick, a lantern or a drum.

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Going to the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology on the occasion of the Mid-Autumn Festival, visitors will experience making their own Mid-Autumn toys under the guidance of artisans. (Photo courtesy of the Communist Party of Vietnam Online Newspaper)

Besides making toys, interacting with artisans, there will also be exciting lion dance performances, and children will also experience transforming themselves into unicorns.

With an entrance fee of only 40,000 VND, the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology is an ideal place for the Mid-Autumn Festival, especially for families with young children.

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