Female Couch Surfing in Hanoi

Tran

Tran

Hanoi

Can host for:

1 day

About me

I’m Dung. I’m a nurse. I love traveling and exchange language

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Hồng

Hồng

Hanoi

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Xin chào mọi người, mình là Hồng. Rất vui khi được gặp mọi người.

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Tran

Tran

About Me

I’m Dung. I’m a nurse. I love traveling and exchange language

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Kim

Kim

About Me

Hello! I am Kim. I am a Vietnamese American now living in Hanoi. In about a month, I will be relocating to Saigon and am happy to host you there. I enjoy rock climbing and baking. Recently, I’ve taken up crocheting! Sometimes I will drink but no smoking. I love animals though I am allergic, and of course, I’d still be happy to host you with a pet if the landlord allows it. Anyways, I’d be happy to meet up even if you end up staying with someone else :)

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Is Hanoi safe to travel?

3.8 /5

Based on 4 experiences

Solo travel experience

Hanoi was the first ever country I visited and I traveled solo. With this considered, I took all efforts in researching not only its accessibility (as a Philippine resident) but also its overall safety as a first time international traveler. I was told people there weren't as friendly than those in southern Vietnam but most locals I met are extremely nice if not a bit reserved. I felt safe even walking alone in their street market at night, but I only stuck to the walking street and avoided dark & quiet alleys. There are, however, a lot of scams especially around Hoan Kiem Lake so be extra careful and vigilant. I booked my tours via Klook and paid them in advance so I won't have to carry as much cash.

Posted: March 6, 2024
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Upcoming visitors to Hanoi

Fatine

Fatine

About Me

Hey! I’m Fatine, very nice to e-meet all of you. I’m a solo-traveler (with mini-me) and backpacker. We travelled around Asia and plenty other countries. We love discovering about new cultures, languages, nice chat and just basic human contact. I’m into nerdy stuff: CS, anime, Psychology, Travelling, Photography, Entrepreneurship, etc. Mini-me is 6 years old, she’s very outgoing.. Loves yoga, Art, Ballet and everything related to it. She’s trilingual and loves learning new words in other languages. She’s a brave girl and is used to the backpack life 😇

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Khaoula

Khaoula

About Me

My name is khaoula, I am from Morocco, I teach English for a living, and I love traveling, cooking, running and animals

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Is Hanoi worth visiting?

Overall rating

3.8 /5

based on 4 experiences

Maria

Maria

Romania

Solo travel experience

Hanoi is such a vibrant city! People here are friendly but also pretty chill compared to other places. Traffic is also not that crazy. The food is amazing and the city comes alive at night during weekends - especially in the old quarter area when they close some streets for vehicles. I strongly recommend checking out the French quarter as well and going further South to experience some local things. I went to Complex 1 for a watercolor workshop and open mic night where Vietnamese locals came together to sing. It was a truly amazing experience!

Posted: August 28, 2023
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 5/5Safety: 5/5
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Solo travel experience

Hanoi is amazing. Allow yourself to get lost in the chaos and smells. Get to know as many locals as possible. Sit on small plastic stools and eat bun cha. Gain a higher perspective on popular intersections and watch as scooters pass by each other but never touch.

Posted: November 3, 2022
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 4/5Safety: 5/5
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