Cau Giay is an urban district of Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. The district is named after the historic bridge where the famous 19th-century Battle of Cau Giay (Paper Bridge) was fought. Many new urban housing projects of apartment for rent in Cau Giay are located in Cau Giay. Among them, Trung Hoa – Nhan Chinh is emerging as the new city’s commercial center. It lies partly in the southern part of the district (Trung Hoà ward). There are many apartment buildings for foreigners with international standard, including Indochina Plaza and Dolphin Plaza.
Cau Giay District is located in the south of Hanoi City, bordering on other central districts such as Bac Tu Liem, Nam Tu Liem, Dong Da, Ba Dinh and Tay Ho, creating an area of convenient transportation and high development. With a large area and many green parks, plus the quiet of a private area, Cau Giay district provides the ideal living space for many expats in Hanoi, thereby contributing to the market of Hanoising with many quality and class Hanoi housing products.
Even though the entertainment of Cau Giay District is not as dynamic as that in other central districts such as Hoan Kiem, Ba Dinh or Dong Da, the area still offers some leisure activities that are related to the tradition of Vietnam, thanks to the presence of Vietnam Museum of Ethnology. There are also many pagodas and temples in Cau Giay that are instilled with the traditions and the customs of Vietnam. This can be a place for expats to visit and have a closer look into Vietnamese spiritual life.
When choosing a place to reside in, expats often go for the amenities and in Cau Giay, you can find superb amenities when compared to those in the central districts. Because this is a newly developed area of Hanoi, there are more and more for people here to thoroughly enjoy their lives. The services and amenities are all enhanced, forming high-class quality neighborhood for expats. First, in terms of education, the number of international schools with global standard are increased, creating a friendly, bilingual environment for your own children at reasonable price. Studying in these schools, your kids have chance to fit in with other local students, helping them be more involved in the activities here.
Due to the increasing number of expats in this area of Cau Giay, many restaurants are opened with staff that can speak English, serving foreign dishes.
IPH was built on a 1.6 hectare plot of land in Cau Giay / My Dinh District, Hanoi. With a strategic position right at the crossroads of Xuan Thuy street cutting Pham Van Dong and Pham Hung streets, this is the gateway of a new developing urban area of Hanoi. In front of Indochina Plaza is the Xuan Thuy railway station (Platform S7) of the city, contributing to bringing many future values by connecting the area with the center of Hanoi.
With a dynamic open space in the middle to welcome visitors from both east and west doors, IPH offers a harmonious combination of outdoor refreshments, luxury shops and a cool green space for daily relaxation or special events. IPH not only provides class apartments for rent in Hanoi but also presents the entertainment complex arranged on the 4th floor, which is the ideal place for fun activities with family and friends. In addition, the fitness center including spa and gym, and a variety of food chain stores will satisfy the customers. The cinema is also a plus for the entertainment here.
With the entertainment and amenities available within apartment in Cau Giay District, expats can rest assured that this area is the best for those who want to both enjoy the dynamic atmosphere and the privacy.