Vietnam is beautiful country to visit and Hanoi is my favorite for its old colonial charm and urban feel. LGBT travelers can feel relaxed and welcome in Hanoi and Vietnam in general.
Cafe reviewed is not an LGBT venue as such but is very pleasant and welcoming. Reviewed by one of my favorite travel bloggers – HANOI HIDEAWAY
This indoor secret garden may not be the first of its kind, but the colorful furniture, friendly staff, and a handsome vaulted ceiling make Tree (formally Ohi) worth discovering.
So another garden themed cafe has sprung up in this part of town, in the same vein as Green Oasis but a little more polished and a lot more comfortable. Tree is constantly bustling with Hanoi’s younger residents as they natter over fresh juices and creamy smoothies. The drinks are basically good, and some of the more inventive concoctions on the menu are worth investigating if you want something new. The all-encompassing indoor plant life ensures a relaxed vibe that feels worlds apart from the roaring street outside, but there’s a smaller mezzanine level with a broad window if you fancy some traffic-gazing. Alternatively, set yourself up outside on one of the cushioned benches. The music is awful, so if you have bad taste this might just the place for you.