Trang Tien Plaza, Hanoi

Thanks to the elegant French style architecture, Trang Tien Plaza is not only one of the most luxurious shopping mall in Hanoi but also the cultural symbol of the capital. After the building was invested by IMEX PAN Pacific, Trang Tien Plaza has become the first and only luxury shopping mall in Hanoi and Vietnam. The shopping center is located next to the Sword Lake and right in the center of Hanoi so that it has been one of the top tourist attractions of the city.

General information

Location: 24 Hai Ba Trung Street, Trang Tien Ward, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi. It is only 700 m from Sword Lake.

Opening hours: 9:30 – 21:30 on weekdays, 9:30 – 22:00 on weekends.



Owner: Imex Pan Pacific Group (IPPG).

Hotline: 024 3937 8599.

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Trang Tien Plaza facade

Trang Tien Plaza facade. Image:

Trang Tien Plaza

With 6 floors and a total retail floor are of 20,000 m2, Trang Tien Plaza has more than 200 fashion brands, cosmetics, handbags, footwear and accessories. They have over 50 leading international brands, including top brands such as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Zegna, BVLGARI.

Coming to Trang Tien Plaza, customers have chances to enjoy the unique entertainment series in Alga Room, watch movies at CGV cinemas, sip some coffee and eat some cakes at Dunkin’ Donuts, enjoy Vietnamese and international foods at fine dining restaurants.

The shopping center provide luxury services including nursery room, customer service, lost and found, convenient parking lots, membership rewards.

The mall has archived the Vietnam Travel Awards 2016, Top 100 Sustainable Business Awards 2013, Winner of Decoration Contest on Lunar New Year 2018.

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Trang Tien Plaza at night

Trang Tien Plaza at night. Image:

Inside Trang Tien Plaza

Inside Trang Tien Plaza. Image:

fashion store in Trang Tien Plaza

Burberry fashion store in Trang Tien Plaza. Image:

History of Trang Tien Plaza

In 1953, the French government sold the Godard building to some international businessmen. It was renamed Grands Magasins Reunis.

In 1959, the building was renamed Department store and owned by the Vietnamese government. The main products were textiles, clothes, bicycle accessories, books, cosmetics, candies, cakes. etc.

In 1993, the department store was closed.

Trang Tien Plaza in 1993

Department Store “Bách Hóa Tổng Hợp” in 1993

In 2002, the building was rebuilt and renamed Trang Tien Plaza Shopping Center.

In 2005,  IMEX PAN Pacific invested in the building and it became a famous modern shopping center, which offers a wide ranges of products, including luxurious goods.

In 2010, the building was upgraded and has become a place where to buy luxurious clothes, accessories from the top fashion brands in the world.

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