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6 yellow walls make the tourists surprised

Dressed up in bright yellow, the walls in Hoi An or coffee shops in Saigon have become impressive in the eyes of foreign visitors each visit.

Căng-tin coffee, Hanoi

Housed in a dormitory in Dong Da district, this café attracts many young people thanks to the old space, including the wall has fallen color. The space is modest enough to fit dozens of tables for guests but is always crowded. Quan also left impressed by the menu is the food, drinks reminded of childhood.

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The restaurant is open 8h - 22h every day. Drinks cost an average of 15,000 VND. If you are lucky, you will also enjoy a rustic guitar from the visitors.

Hoi An ancient town

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Hoi an ancient town today has become a source of inspiration for many photographers and young travelers who love taking pictures. At the center, the old houses stand out with golden color creating typical pictures of the place. This is also one of the things to leave an impression in the heart of visitors to Hoi An.

Windmill cake shop, Da Lat

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No stranger to those who have ever set foot on Da Lat, this iconic yellow bakery is located in the heart of the city. Thanks to the retro style and color, the wall quickly won the hearts of many. Not only is the "fever" temporary, this place has become a tourist attraction.

Bohemiens Coffee, Vung Tau

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Housed in an alleyway on Bacu Street, the cafe has a nice little space for those who want to find a quiet place in the coastal city. Thanks to the eye-catching decoration, this address became the check-in point for many young people. The price of beverages at the restaurant is 20,000 VND.

Hoa Giấy Coffee Shop, Saigon

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Thanks to the array of yellow walls and paper flower platform, this place is like Hoi An miniature in the heart of Saigon. Nestled on a street in District 3, this address not only brings a sense of relaxation for guests, but also reminds memories with those who came to Hoi An.

Hẻm Coffee shop, Saigon

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Located on a busy street in District 1, this coffee shop has not been around for a long time, but it attracts many young people, especially those who love photography. The space is not too large, about 20 seats, quiet and cool. It is considered by many to have good coffee. Here, you can also take pictures with yellow walls on the side. Price for a portion of water from 20,000 VND.

You are also one of the surprise visitors if you set foot on the beautiful little land of Vietnam. Plan your next holiday here to experience this full of emotion. For more information please contact us: http://vietnamtypicaltours.com/contact-us/
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