Train Street is situated between Le Duan and Kham Tien Street in Hanoi’s Old Quarter. It takes around 30 minutes to walk from Hoan Kiem lake. Need help finding the place? Fret not – enter Ngo 224 Le Duan into Google Maps and it will guide you here.
The Old Quarter section has numerous cafes, homestays and shops along the iron tracks. Here, trains run through a street with residences on either side, as it connects to Ho Chi Minh City in the south of the country.
Life goes on regardless; it is quite a sight to behold, and definitely an attraction not to be missed!
This place continues to evolve with the times - with each visit you’ll find new cafes and murals that will make the place incredibly vibrant and fun. Here’s one I like.. I don’t know the artist, but I absolutely adore the artwork!
Watch some men play a game of Chinese chess on the streets, not concerned with modern pace of life.
It’s always busy during daytime. Curiosity around life on train street continues to draw steady crowds, tourists and locals alike. The trains keep running and life goes on.