FVH hosts ‘36 Streets Treasure Hunt’
The Friends of Vietnam Heritage (FVH) will organise the ‘36 Streets Treasure Hunt’ – a ‘new and upgraded version’ of other previous walking tours and explorations of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, on November 30.
|‘36 Streets Treasure Hunt’ is a ‘new and upgraded version’ of other previous walking tours and explorations of Hanoi’s Old Quarter held by the FVH.|
Taking place from 9.30am to 1.30pm, participants will be able to compete in teams of four. The teams will have to complete a mixture of tasks within a set time limit. They will make their way into the Old Quarter to find important landmarks and items by solving riddles and carrying out tasks. Each team will be given a budget to buy certain items to test their bargaining skills. The items will be donated to charity or will make up some of the prizes.
Teams must arrive at the final meeting point 12.30pm, even if you have not completed all the tasks. Prizes will be awarded to the quickest team, the slowest, the one with the highest score and spent the least money.
Fee: VND250,000/adult, VND200,000/child under 15, including budget to purchase certain items, 1 soft drink/coffee per person. Proceeds go to charity.
Deadline for registration: November 28. If you have any questions, email email@example.com.
Nineteen investors have been appointed by the Ha Noi People’s Committee to conduct research and draw up plans to renovate and rebuild 30 old apartment buildings in the city.
The management board of Hanoi’s Old Quarter are preparing to host a range of activities between November 22 and December 15 to mark Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day on November 23.