The model comes from the idea of ​​connecting history to the present by trams, when Hanoi once had a tram network featuring five lines, running from 1901 to 1991.

The model reminds local people of city life in Hanoi in the 1990s.

The model is equipped with a modern sound and lighting system and features many details of folk culture.

The double decker streetcar is equipped with a modern sound and lighting system and features many details of folk culture.

The first deck displays artifacts, paintings, photos, and documents of Hanoi from the old time. Indeed, many precious Vietnamese tea products are also on showcase.

After two weeks of operation, the service has received plenty of positive feedback from both domestic and foreign tourists alike.

The space is expected to help international friends gain a greater understanding about Vietnamese culture.

Since its inauguration early this year, the Dao Ngoc-Ngu Xa food and pedestrian zone has become a new culinary destination in Hanoi. The city hopes to attract more and more tourists with a new cultural space put into operation.

Visitors are guided to make and sip tea on the vehicle.

The local administration plans to set up more carriages to introduce other unique Vietnamese dishes and beverage such as coffee, Phở (noodles), and Bánh mỳ (baguette).

The interior design style offers a nostalgic space.

The second deck provides a great place for visitors to sample Vietnamese dishes and enjoy fresh atmosphere of autumn in the capital.

Foreign travelers are interested in discovering the vintage streetcar in the capital.

Many travelers hope that the next carriages will soon come into operation in order to provide tourists will more interesting places to experience different culinary flavors.