Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated “back then” to welcome young people to “virtual life”.

These epic Tet decoration cafes will give you the standard set of photos of ‘one thousand nine hundred at that time’.

In the last 1-2 years, especially this New Year 2023, the concept of photos returning to the previous decades “enthroned the throne”, young people competed to launch ao dai photos taken at traditional markets, long-term locations. life. Grasping the needs of young people, the cafes also decorated Tet in the traditional style full of red colors and standard “back then” items.

Here is a list of the most beautiful Tet decoration cafes in Ho Chi Minh City. When the New Year is over, invite your friends over to take a photo shoot!

Chieu Cafe

Referring to the “diligence” cafes with seasonal decorations, the name Chieu Cafe is indispensable. This 2023 Lunar New Year, Chieu Cafe chooses a 90s style with Vietnamese-style items such as a sewing machine table, black and white television, terracotta teapot and tablecloth, peacock motif wall stickers. Not to mention the space at Chieu Cafe is extremely large, you can own a set of photos with many different shooting angles.

Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 2.
Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 3.

Photo: Chieu Cafe

Besides the investment “virtual living” corner, Chieu Cafe’s menu is also very diverse, mainly focusing on coffee and fruit-based drinks. Coming to the shop, you should try some of the best-selling dishes such as pink guava lemon tea, youth juice, small black tea, etc.

Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 4.
Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 5.

Photo: @xuandiem1012

Address: 195 Pham Van Chieu, Ward 9, Go Vap District

Opening hours: 6:30 – 23:00

The Monic Coffee

Despite being a “rookie” in the coffee map, The Monic Coffee also worked hard to decorate Tet so that visitors to the shop could enjoy “virtual life”. This year, the shop is divided into 4 areas to set up miniatures. The first is a garden of yellow apricots with a green cyclo, a grocery store selling a variety of “legendary” jam cakes, then an old sewing machine table and finally a wall full of red envelopes with red envelopes. Pots of raspberry chrysanthemums placed around.

Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 6.
Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 7.

Photo: @lontonsaigon, Quiz Tran

At The Monic Coffee, there are a variety of drinks from coffee to crushed ice, but still favoring fruit juices and fruit teas. According to the evaluation of many diners, the water is mixed quite well, not too sweet and the decoration is also quite eye-catching. If you are looking for a cool place to enjoy cool water, ready to take pictures of Tet, this is a reasonable choice.

Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 8.
Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 9.

Photo: The Monic Coffee, @vit_lun01

Address: N4 Truong Son, Ward 15, District 10

Opening hours: 7am – 10pm

Young Tea & Coffee

Not to be outdone by other “coffee brothers”, Young Tea & Coffee promptly decorated the shop in the style of traditional Tet to serve the “virtual living” needs of young people during Tet. From outside the door to the inside, everyone is “changed to new clothes”, everywhere is filled with the colors of raspberry chrysanthemums, red envelopes, green Banh Chung, couplets written in calligraphy, etc.

Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 10.
Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 11.

Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 12.

Photo: @coffeetimeofhang, Young Tea & Coffee

When you come to Young Tea & Coffee, you not only bring back sparkling photos, but also enjoy 1001 dishes from traditional to modern, which are fruit tea, milk tea, smoothies, etc. Especially the dishes. “storm” on social networks in the past time such as coconut pickles, pandan tofu, mixed snacks, etc.

Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 13.

Photo: Young Tea & Coffee

Address: 152/12 Vinh Vien, Ward 9, District 10

Opening hours: 9am – 10pm

April Tea Shop

At the forefront of decorating speed during festivals is the April Tea Shop. On this Tet holiday, the shop recreates the traditional Tet scene in Thuy Xuan incense village in Hue with colorful bouquets of incense, wishes, lucky money envelopes and yellow apricot branches. In addition, the indoor area is also invested as a miniature studio. Put on a striking Ao Dai and visit the April Tea Shop, you will surely have photos filled with spring colors.

Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 14.
Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 15.

Photo: @tiemtrathangtu, Ngoc Ngoc Nguyen

Although the menu has many different dishes, the shop has long been famous for its refreshing fruit teas such as pink guava tea, grape lotus tea, fresh pineapple tea, red apple tea, chrysanthemum longan tea,… Sip with water, you can order more cakes, panna cotta or chocolate sprinkles.

Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 16.
Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 17.
Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 18.

Photo: Ngoc Ngoc Nguyen, @tran.thi.tuyet.minh, @tiemtrathangtu

Address: 1 Nhieu Tu, Ward 7, Phu Nhuan District

Opening hours: 9am – 10pm

PUN Coffee

PUN Coffee is located in a suburban district of Ho Chi Minh City, quite far from the center, but because the Tet decoration is too “genuine”, it still attracts young people to visit. This year, PUN Coffee selected special images of Vietnamese Tet in the “grandparents” era such as apricot branches, firecrackers, lanterns, Banh Chung and tablecloths with red peacock motifs. The shop owns 3 separate spaces, so even if you have a lot of friends, you don’t have to worry about missing a “virtual living” corner.

Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 19.

Photo: PUN Coffee

The list of drinks at PUN Coffee is quite long, but only revolves around popular dishes such as peach tea, litchi tea, coffee, juice, crushed ice, yogurt, etc. Because the price is also affordable, the drinks here are also popular. quite simple, not much decorated. In return, the shop will have dishes such as dry chicken, tiramisu cake or mousse cake to add fun to the conversation.

Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 20.
Catching up with the old-fashioned Tet trend, many cafes in Ho Chi Minh City decorated "back then" to welcome young people to "virtual life" - Photo 21.

Photo: Ngoc Yen, Phuong Anh Nghiem

Address: 454C Song Hanh, Trung Chanh Ward, Hoc Mon Dist

Opening hours: 7am – 11pm

If you don’t have a set of photos to greet the new year, don’t wait anymore, choose a shop and invite your friends to take pictures right away because there are only 2 weeks left until Tet.

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