Hang Tre is 292 metres long, starting from Hang Mam and ending at Lo Su Street, It was previously located close to the banks of the Red River, which was convenient for loading and unloading bamboo from rafts on the river.
Many shops selling all types of bamboo were located here; hence it was named Hang Tre ( Bamboo Street). In the 19th century, Hang Tre Street was known as Hang Cau because at the end of the street there were many shops selling dried betel nuts. It was again rename Hang Tre after the Ausust Revolution in 1945.
In the 1970s and 1980s, the people on Hang Tre engaged exclusively in motorcycle and automobile repairs; those with no actual shop would repair vehicles right on the street.
Hang Tre has now been taken over mostly by the restaurant business and is the home of many dining establishments serving inexpensive and delicious dishes.
- Hang Duong Street (Sugar Street)
- Hang Buom Street (Sails Street)
- Ta Hien Street
- Hang Giay Street (Shoe Street)
- Hang Bac Street (Silver Street)
- Ma May Street (Rattan Street)
- Ngo Gach Street (Brick Street)
- Hang Chieu Street (Sedge Mat Street)
- Hang Giay Street (Paper Street)
- Hang Khoai Street (Potato Street)