A moment in life #48 – Hanoi colors

At the moment I am in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to enjoy the last leg of my Lunar New Year holidays. Soon I will be home, hopefully inspired enough to start cooking again in the kitchen…

Browsing through my photos to write up a post about Hanoi café for Delicious Vietnam makes me feel incredibly homesick. These photos show you the vivid side of Hanoi although I took them during the quieter days of the New Year.

Every girl in town seems to own a pretty Vespa. So stylist. I want one :)

Hanoi colors #1

Hàng Dầu Street is always busy and full of intimated designer shoes. Yeah, they look vibrant and real, aren’t they?

Hanoi colors #4

How about these?

Hanoi colors #3

And finally, the colorful baloons for the child in us… :)

Hanoi colors #2

27 Responses to A moment in life #48 – Hanoi colors

  1. mycookinghut says:

    Love Hanoi! And of course, Cha ca la vong.. :)

  2. Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) says:

    I hope to get back to Hanoi some day. I loved the city when we were there many years ago.

  3. Lucy says:

    Would love to have had you as my guide 'round your home town. These photos are just gorgeous! XX

  4. Angie Lives to Eat (and Cook)! says:

    Look at the shoes! Would be hard not leave leave with at least one of each pair 😉

  5. Hannah says:

    Beautiful! I can't wait to explore more of Asia sometime in the future :)

  6. Christine@Christine's Recipes says:

    Those modern and colourful shoes are very stunning against the rustic wall. Great shot, Anh!

  7. penny aka jeroxie says:

    Those shoes and caps hanging reminds me a little of Bali as well.

  8. Maria says:

    Love the photos, everything is so different (and so colourful) to what I'm used to back home!

  9. Sylvie @ Gourmande in the Kitchen says:

    I want a Vespa too! You're right everyone always looks so stylish on a Vespa.

  10. Vivienne says:

    wow you're in KL! enjoy the rest of your break and eat loads of delicious food over there! haha yea a vespa must be an essential item for girls there then haha

  11. shaz says:

    Hi Anh! Enjoy feasting in KL :) I love that first photo of the girl stopping to take a photo…another blogger perhaps?

  12. Kayla @ Fitter Than Choc says:

    I love how colourful Hanoi is! I'd certainly love to go there someday too! Hope that you've enjoyed your trip!

  13. La Table De Nana says:

    Oh Anh..I love them all..It makes me want one of each and I don't need a thing..:) and I would look funny on a Vespa:)

  14. Georgia (The Comfort of Cooking) says:

    Happy Lunar New Year! Your photography is just beautiful. I especially like your photo of the girl on the Vespa and heels – You're right, very stylish! Thanks for sharing.

  15. Faith says:

    Lovely colors…a beautiful post, Anh!

  16. Juliana says:

    Wow, Hanoi is sure very colorful…great photos 😉

  17. tigerfish says:

    Beautiful photos. Each photo seems to have a colorful-centric theme: one on caps, then shoes then balloons.

  18. Johanna GGG says:

    those photos have brightened my day – so bright and lively – I wish I had a vespa

  19. Monet says:

    Vivid indeed! I loved the picture of the shoes, especially. Thank you for sharing, sweetheart. I hope you have a wonderful Friday…and an even better weekend.

  20. Forager @ The Gourmet Forager says:

    I've been to Ho Chi Minh but not been to Hanoi yet but it's on the list. Gosh your photos give me travel envy!

  21. Jo says:

    I absolutely love Hanoi and would want to go there for a visit one day.

  22. Shirley @ Kokken69 says:

    Love the Vespa too!!!

  23. Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets says:

    Great clicks, Anh!

  24. Christopher Hinn says:

    Your photograps are so beautiful. I like your photo of the girl on the Vespa and heels.

  25. Alicia (The Red Deer) says:

    Beautiful photographs – I especially love the balloons.

  26. Quay Po Cooks says:

    Anh, I am so happy to have found your blog! Your photos are stunning with great composition and brlliant colors.

  27. vietfoodrecipes says:

    Remind me so much about Vietnam. I loved the balloons when we were kids and always asked for them during Hoi Cho Tet. Beautiful pictures and enjoy!

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