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You can start your evening at the intersection of Tạ Hiện and Lương Ngọc Quyến streets, also called "Beer Corner".It reserved for pedestrians and from there you can just walk from one place to the other. Hair Of the Dog, a small club with commercial music opened until around 2AM/3AM.So you know It's gonna be crazy fun while it lasts! The first step is identifying the bars / clubs that these girls frequent.They won't stick around forever, however, as they're genetically pre-disposed to breed among their own kind, but as long as you understand that you'll never be anything more than just a stop gap lover to them, then you're in with a shout. There's a point in every rich girl's life where they stop accepting daddy's pocket money and start tapping it from his wallet instead. Due to their joblessness and ample free time, one of a rich girl's favourite activities is to go and look at "other rich people who are pretending to be poor playing in bands or shows".Either way, she cant be impressed by expensive gifts.

A dense, action-packed district with at least 200 nightlife spots, most often small bars selling cheap draught beer (Bia hơi - as low as VND4,000 or

A dense, action-packed district with at least 200 nightlife spots, most often small bars selling cheap draught beer (Bia hơi - as low as VND4,000 or [[

A dense, action-packed district with at least 200 nightlife spots, most often small bars selling cheap draught beer (Bia hơi - as low as VND4,000 or $0,17 per glass).

They give a mild euphoria or a feeling of numbness for a few minutes. Craft Beer Pub: A rustic pub serving craft beer and Western food. A modern venue with live music (usually in Vietnamese) and DJs playing commercial EDM and Hip Hop. Some of the best venues are: Sidewalk: Hipster/artsy café with an outdoor garden. Standing Bar: One of the hip bars in Hanoi at the moment. More expensive than average but you get happy hours from 4.30PM to 7.30PM. Check their events on Facebook before heading there: HRC The Historical City Center (excluding Old Quarter) from the northern tip of Hoàn Kiếm Lake until Tran Hung Dao street is filled with upmarket restaurants, lounges, bars, and nightclubs. Tadioto: Just next to Cosa Nostra, it is often considered one of the best bars in Hanoi (it was even featured in Time magazine). The Bank A large, upmarket club with a New York vibe.

I have the impression that they make your hangover worse on the next day though. Dragonfly: Tiny bar with an outdoor and indoor area serving food, shisha, balloons and alcohol. It features random live acts: Hip Hop, Latin, 80s, Reggae... Birdcage: Same owner as above but only opened on Fridays and Saturdays (until 5AM). It is built on two floors with an outdoor area from where you can see the lake. 88 Lounge: A trendy wine lounge, managed (and partly owned? Check their Facebook for wine tasting and live Jazz events. Many are targeting Vietnamese, and more particularly the high-society (Hi-So). It is owned by a prominent Vietnamese-American artist who made it a hub for the chic bohemian crowd. In front of Conifer Hotel, this elegant restaurant/lounge serves some of the best cocktails in the city. Maybe the best pick-up spot to for Vietnamese girls in Hanoi (but beware the prostitutes).

Girls are everywhere, from young backpackers to crazy-hot Vietnamese dolls.

Just open Vietnam Cupid or Tinder and you'll have so many matches you won't be able to follow up with half of them.

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A dense, action-packed district with at least 200 nightlife spots, most often small bars selling cheap draught beer (Bia hơi - as low as VND4,000 or $0,17 per glass).They give a mild euphoria or a feeling of numbness for a few minutes. Craft Beer Pub: A rustic pub serving craft beer and Western food. A modern venue with live music (usually in Vietnamese) and DJs playing commercial EDM and Hip Hop. Some of the best venues are: Sidewalk: Hipster/artsy café with an outdoor garden. Standing Bar: One of the hip bars in Hanoi at the moment. More expensive than average but you get happy hours from 4.30PM to 7.30PM. Check their events on Facebook before heading there: HRC The Historical City Center (excluding Old Quarter) from the northern tip of Hoàn Kiếm Lake until Tran Hung Dao street is filled with upmarket restaurants, lounges, bars, and nightclubs. Tadioto: Just next to Cosa Nostra, it is often considered one of the best bars in Hanoi (it was even featured in Time magazine). The Bank A large, upmarket club with a New York vibe.I have the impression that they make your hangover worse on the next day though. Dragonfly: Tiny bar with an outdoor and indoor area serving food, shisha, balloons and alcohol. It features random live acts: Hip Hop, Latin, 80s, Reggae... Birdcage: Same owner as above but only opened on Fridays and Saturdays (until 5AM). It is built on two floors with an outdoor area from where you can see the lake. 88 Lounge: A trendy wine lounge, managed (and partly owned? Check their Facebook for wine tasting and live Jazz events. Many are targeting Vietnamese, and more particularly the high-society (Hi-So). It is owned by a prominent Vietnamese-American artist who made it a hub for the chic bohemian crowd. In front of Conifer Hotel, this elegant restaurant/lounge serves some of the best cocktails in the city. Maybe the best pick-up spot to for Vietnamese girls in Hanoi (but beware the prostitutes).Girls are everywhere, from young backpackers to crazy-hot Vietnamese dolls.Just open Vietnam Cupid or Tinder and you'll have so many matches you won't be able to follow up with half of them.You'll notice that a lot of people are breathing into balloons of laughing gas. Ball Bars: I counted at least 3 of them (Ball Bar 4, Ball Bar 6, Ball Bar 19). The crowd is mostly made of expats and rich Vietnamese. Hanoi Rock City: The main alternative event and art space in Hanoi, it features live bands, DJ performances, open-mic nights and exhibitions.Those are not illegal in Vietnam and they cost $1 or $2. 1900 Le Theatre: My favorite club in the Old Quarter. To go there, I advise you to use Uber (only VND50,000 from downtown). Entrance is usually free but drinks pricier than elsewhere.It is a crossover between Pop Music and Techno with almost the same bassline on every track.Scientists from the Animal Cell Technology Unit published a paper in Scientific Reports journal that was now selected as one of the top 100 read papers in Cell Biology for Scientific Reports in 2017.Learn how to deal with them and hopefully enjoy the ride while it lasts! A good way to find these types is to check your local music channels and radio stations for which next award show is coming to the country or which of either "wizkid, 2face, olamide, davido or phyno is going to be playing in your hood next!" Or find out the venue of the next billionaires kids society wedding in town, that's where you'll find such golden girls! You have nothing to offer a rich girl other than being slightly less fortunate than they are, so always wave your "owu" lifestyle around as though it was an alternative lifestyle choice.

]],17 per glass).

They give a mild euphoria or a feeling of numbness for a few minutes. Craft Beer Pub: A rustic pub serving craft beer and Western food. A modern venue with live music (usually in Vietnamese) and DJs playing commercial EDM and Hip Hop. Some of the best venues are: Sidewalk: Hipster/artsy café with an outdoor garden. Standing Bar: One of the hip bars in Hanoi at the moment. More expensive than average but you get happy hours from 4.30PM to 7.30PM. Check their events on Facebook before heading there: HRC The Historical City Center (excluding Old Quarter) from the northern tip of Hoàn Kiếm Lake until Tran Hung Dao street is filled with upmarket restaurants, lounges, bars, and nightclubs. Tadioto: Just next to Cosa Nostra, it is often considered one of the best bars in Hanoi (it was even featured in Time magazine). The Bank A large, upmarket club with a New York vibe.

I have the impression that they make your hangover worse on the next day though. Dragonfly: Tiny bar with an outdoor and indoor area serving food, shisha, balloons and alcohol. It features random live acts: Hip Hop, Latin, 80s, Reggae... Birdcage: Same owner as above but only opened on Fridays and Saturdays (until 5AM). It is built on two floors with an outdoor area from where you can see the lake. 88 Lounge: A trendy wine lounge, managed (and partly owned? Check their Facebook for wine tasting and live Jazz events. Many are targeting Vietnamese, and more particularly the high-society (Hi-So). It is owned by a prominent Vietnamese-American artist who made it a hub for the chic bohemian crowd. In front of Conifer Hotel, this elegant restaurant/lounge serves some of the best cocktails in the city. Maybe the best pick-up spot to for Vietnamese girls in Hanoi (but beware the prostitutes).

Girls are everywhere, from young backpackers to crazy-hot Vietnamese dolls.

Just open Vietnam Cupid or Tinder and you'll have so many matches you won't be able to follow up with half of them.

,17 per glass).They give a mild euphoria or a feeling of numbness for a few minutes. Craft Beer Pub: A rustic pub serving craft beer and Western food. A modern venue with live music (usually in Vietnamese) and DJs playing commercial EDM and Hip Hop. Some of the best venues are: Sidewalk: Hipster/artsy café with an outdoor garden. Standing Bar: One of the hip bars in Hanoi at the moment. More expensive than average but you get happy hours from 4.30PM to 7.30PM. Check their events on Facebook before heading there: HRC The Historical City Center (excluding Old Quarter) from the northern tip of Hoàn Kiếm Lake until Tran Hung Dao street is filled with upmarket restaurants, lounges, bars, and nightclubs. Tadioto: Just next to Cosa Nostra, it is often considered one of the best bars in Hanoi (it was even featured in Time magazine). The Bank A large, upmarket club with a New York vibe.I have the impression that they make your hangover worse on the next day though. Dragonfly: Tiny bar with an outdoor and indoor area serving food, shisha, balloons and alcohol. It features random live acts: Hip Hop, Latin, 80s, Reggae... Birdcage: Same owner as above but only opened on Fridays and Saturdays (until 5AM). It is built on two floors with an outdoor area from where you can see the lake. 88 Lounge: A trendy wine lounge, managed (and partly owned? Check their Facebook for wine tasting and live Jazz events. Many are targeting Vietnamese, and more particularly the high-society (Hi-So). It is owned by a prominent Vietnamese-American artist who made it a hub for the chic bohemian crowd. In front of Conifer Hotel, this elegant restaurant/lounge serves some of the best cocktails in the city. Maybe the best pick-up spot to for Vietnamese girls in Hanoi (but beware the prostitutes).Girls are everywhere, from young backpackers to crazy-hot Vietnamese dolls.Just open Vietnam Cupid or Tinder and you'll have so many matches you won't be able to follow up with half of them.You'll notice that a lot of people are breathing into balloons of laughing gas. Ball Bars: I counted at least 3 of them (Ball Bar 4, Ball Bar 6, Ball Bar 19). The crowd is mostly made of expats and rich Vietnamese. Hanoi Rock City: The main alternative event and art space in Hanoi, it features live bands, DJ performances, open-mic nights and exhibitions.Those are not illegal in Vietnam and they cost

A dense, action-packed district with at least 200 nightlife spots, most often small bars selling cheap draught beer (Bia hơi - as low as VND4,000 or $0,17 per glass).

They give a mild euphoria or a feeling of numbness for a few minutes. Craft Beer Pub: A rustic pub serving craft beer and Western food. A modern venue with live music (usually in Vietnamese) and DJs playing commercial EDM and Hip Hop. Some of the best venues are: Sidewalk: Hipster/artsy café with an outdoor garden. Standing Bar: One of the hip bars in Hanoi at the moment. More expensive than average but you get happy hours from 4.30PM to 7.30PM. Check their events on Facebook before heading there: HRC The Historical City Center (excluding Old Quarter) from the northern tip of Hoàn Kiếm Lake until Tran Hung Dao street is filled with upmarket restaurants, lounges, bars, and nightclubs. Tadioto: Just next to Cosa Nostra, it is often considered one of the best bars in Hanoi (it was even featured in Time magazine). The Bank A large, upmarket club with a New York vibe.

I have the impression that they make your hangover worse on the next day though. Dragonfly: Tiny bar with an outdoor and indoor area serving food, shisha, balloons and alcohol. It features random live acts: Hip Hop, Latin, 80s, Reggae... Birdcage: Same owner as above but only opened on Fridays and Saturdays (until 5AM). It is built on two floors with an outdoor area from where you can see the lake. 88 Lounge: A trendy wine lounge, managed (and partly owned? Check their Facebook for wine tasting and live Jazz events. Many are targeting Vietnamese, and more particularly the high-society (Hi-So). It is owned by a prominent Vietnamese-American artist who made it a hub for the chic bohemian crowd. In front of Conifer Hotel, this elegant restaurant/lounge serves some of the best cocktails in the city. Maybe the best pick-up spot to for Vietnamese girls in Hanoi (but beware the prostitutes).

Girls are everywhere, from young backpackers to crazy-hot Vietnamese dolls.

Just open Vietnam Cupid or Tinder and you'll have so many matches you won't be able to follow up with half of them.

||

A dense, action-packed district with at least 200 nightlife spots, most often small bars selling cheap draught beer (Bia hơi - as low as VND4,000 or $0,17 per glass).They give a mild euphoria or a feeling of numbness for a few minutes. Craft Beer Pub: A rustic pub serving craft beer and Western food. A modern venue with live music (usually in Vietnamese) and DJs playing commercial EDM and Hip Hop. Some of the best venues are: Sidewalk: Hipster/artsy café with an outdoor garden. Standing Bar: One of the hip bars in Hanoi at the moment. More expensive than average but you get happy hours from 4.30PM to 7.30PM. Check their events on Facebook before heading there: HRC The Historical City Center (excluding Old Quarter) from the northern tip of Hoàn Kiếm Lake until Tran Hung Dao street is filled with upmarket restaurants, lounges, bars, and nightclubs. Tadioto: Just next to Cosa Nostra, it is often considered one of the best bars in Hanoi (it was even featured in Time magazine). The Bank A large, upmarket club with a New York vibe.I have the impression that they make your hangover worse on the next day though. Dragonfly: Tiny bar with an outdoor and indoor area serving food, shisha, balloons and alcohol. It features random live acts: Hip Hop, Latin, 80s, Reggae... Birdcage: Same owner as above but only opened on Fridays and Saturdays (until 5AM). It is built on two floors with an outdoor area from where you can see the lake. 88 Lounge: A trendy wine lounge, managed (and partly owned? Check their Facebook for wine tasting and live Jazz events. Many are targeting Vietnamese, and more particularly the high-society (Hi-So). It is owned by a prominent Vietnamese-American artist who made it a hub for the chic bohemian crowd. In front of Conifer Hotel, this elegant restaurant/lounge serves some of the best cocktails in the city. Maybe the best pick-up spot to for Vietnamese girls in Hanoi (but beware the prostitutes).Girls are everywhere, from young backpackers to crazy-hot Vietnamese dolls.Just open Vietnam Cupid or Tinder and you'll have so many matches you won't be able to follow up with half of them.You'll notice that a lot of people are breathing into balloons of laughing gas. Ball Bars: I counted at least 3 of them (Ball Bar 4, Ball Bar 6, Ball Bar 19). The crowd is mostly made of expats and rich Vietnamese. Hanoi Rock City: The main alternative event and art space in Hanoi, it features live bands, DJ performances, open-mic nights and exhibitions.Those are not illegal in Vietnam and they cost $1 or $2. 1900 Le Theatre: My favorite club in the Old Quarter. To go there, I advise you to use Uber (only VND50,000 from downtown). Entrance is usually free but drinks pricier than elsewhere.It is a crossover between Pop Music and Techno with almost the same bassline on every track.Scientists from the Animal Cell Technology Unit published a paper in Scientific Reports journal that was now selected as one of the top 100 read papers in Cell Biology for Scientific Reports in 2017.Learn how to deal with them and hopefully enjoy the ride while it lasts! A good way to find these types is to check your local music channels and radio stations for which next award show is coming to the country or which of either "wizkid, 2face, olamide, davido or phyno is going to be playing in your hood next!" Or find out the venue of the next billionaires kids society wedding in town, that's where you'll find such golden girls! You have nothing to offer a rich girl other than being slightly less fortunate than they are, so always wave your "owu" lifestyle around as though it was an alternative lifestyle choice.

or . 1900 Le Theatre: My favorite club in the Old Quarter. To go there, I advise you to use Uber (only VND50,000 from downtown). Entrance is usually free but drinks pricier than elsewhere.It is a crossover between Pop Music and Techno with almost the same bassline on every track.Scientists from the Animal Cell Technology Unit published a paper in Scientific Reports journal that was now selected as one of the top 100 read papers in Cell Biology for Scientific Reports in 2017.Learn how to deal with them and hopefully enjoy the ride while it lasts! A good way to find these types is to check your local music channels and radio stations for which next award show is coming to the country or which of either "wizkid, 2face, olamide, davido or phyno is going to be playing in your hood next!" Or find out the venue of the next billionaires kids society wedding in town, that's where you'll find such golden girls! You have nothing to offer a rich girl other than being slightly less fortunate than they are, so always wave your "owu" lifestyle around as though it was an alternative lifestyle choice.

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