Hanoi Star Bowl

An unabashed tribute to the bowling alleys that once dominated Western culture, Hanoi Star Bowl has the lanes, the tunes and the decor to transport you back to the land of the strikes. Don't worry if you forgot your shoes back at home, they'll fix you up with a rental pair for a low fee. Drop in for a round or two and knock down what you can. Hanoi Star Bowl is located on Pham Ngoc Trach in Dong Da District.
 

Hanoi Star Bowl was established in 1998. As bowling continues to be a popular team building activity, the venue hosts many year end parties for large international companies based in town. Enjoy fully-modern facilities with 30 lanes, computerised scoring, shoe rental, video games and snack bar. Expect to pay around VND30,000 per person per evening game, shoe rental excluded. Hanoi Star Bowl is conveniently located about 15 minutes from central Hanoi.

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