The streets these days are filled with the mid-autumn festival atmosphere with delicious cakes, and brilliant lanterns, and the following places are no exception.
Instead of going to lantern street like every year, now all districts of Ho Chi Minh City have cafes or places decorated with the mid-autumn festivals with outstanding red tones. In order for everyone to be able to welcome the beautiful Mid-Autumn Festival “forget the way home”, these places have been decorated in many different styles, close and gentle, but also traditional and nostalgic. Therefore, these spaces gradually become the ideal “virtual living” places for many people every mid-autumn festival.
Come to Coffee Season to write a letter
Address: 41/5 Tran Nhat Duat, District 1.
With a rustic space adorned with lovely star lights, the beautiful wooden chairs placed right in the garden are an ideal space for guests to chat together under the hanging trees. collect. When you come to Season, you can also write secret letters to yourself or simply satisfy your love of writing.
Go painting at the Coffee Painter
Address: 10 Tran Quy Khoach, District 1.
This poetic and nostalgic cafe is a familiar place for many young people who want to return to the old place and find their passion for art here. In addition to the pictures hanging on the wall, the shop also displays statues painted by customers in a corner, interspersed with lanterns as if marking another mid-autumn season is coming.
Photo: Coffee painter
“Moon-watching” dating in Oromia
Address: 85 Phan Ke Binh, District 1.
If you need a quiet place to meet familiar people or simply want to enjoy the feeling of being alone to read a book on special days, Oromia is a perfect choice. In addition to the door highlighted with lanterns, the shop also has an outdoor space for you to welcome the moon together.
Ảnh: Oromia coffee and lounge.
See traditional to he and unicorn head in Khom
Address: 5 Tran Quy Khoach, District 1.
In addition to the “specialty” of the shop every year is to prepare the background so that the guests can freely take pictures. This year, the shop has invested in a corner to display the to he, unicorn head, and star lights of all shapes so that the guests can return to their childhood.
Photo: Coffee clumps
Lost in the flower garden on the Mid-Autumn Festival night at the Tea Shop in April,
Address: 01 Nhieu Tu, Phu Nhuan District.
Not only overwhelmed by the “curtains” of the temple right in front of the door with all kinds of shimmering colors. The inside of the shop is also specially prepared for the “virtual living” fan club, a magical flower garden redecorated in the mid-autumn style, full of originality and novelty for full moon photos.
Photo: Tea shop in April
Going to see music on the Mid-Autumn Festival at Ca Pho Quan
Address: Ca Pho Quan – 127B/39 Le Van Duyet, Binh Thanh District.
In addition to the lovely nostalgic cafe space, this mid-autumn festival also prepares for guests a cute star lamp when going from 2 people. And not to let a boring Mid-Autumn Festival come to you, Ca Pho also organizes a music night on the Mid-Autumn Festival so that guests can experience the feeling of welcoming the moon and listening to new music.
Photo: Coffee shop
Make moon cake scented candles
Address: Dip Soul Candle – 41 Nguyen Van Mai, Tan Binh District.
In recent years, craft workshops have always been well received by young people. And since making scented candles is also involved in that kind of shaping experience, everyone’s heart is “dropped”. This year’s moon season is also an opportunity for Dip Soul Candle to organize scented candle making sessions so that participants can make a unique moon cake “cake” for them.
Ảnh: Dip Soul Candle