Hanoi

Long Bien is a hundred-year-old bridge connecting the two banks of the Red River. Visitors can walk on the bridge in the early morning, when the first rays of the sun hit the rusty steel pillars, or watch the sun slowly sinking below the horizon at dusk. This is also a good spot for photographers to capture great photos.

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Long Bien Bridge

The bridge has two 2-meter wide roads and one 1-meter wide sidewalk in the middle. All materials for the bridge construction were shipped from France.

If you are looking for a place that can capture the typical moments of Hanoi, and is also a good choice to sip coffee or enjoy a cup of iced tea, St. Joseph's Cathedral in the old quarter of Hanoi is a nice place. Built in 1887, the church is located on Nha Chung Street and has unique Gothic architecture. It has many beautiful windows while also including wide arches and high walls.

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St. Joseph's Cathedral

Ho Chi Minh City

Nguyen Van Binh Book Street is in downtown HCM City. With an open space, the book street becomes a must-visit for young people on the weekend. Along with cafe shops, visitors can read books, enjoy a cup of coffee, or relax. The Book Street attracts not only readers and foreign tourists, but also travel bloggers.

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Nguyen Van Binh Book Street

The Ban Coffee Shop is situated in an old apartment on Le Loi Street, District 1, HCM City. The entrance to the shop can bring people interesting experiences for the first time when they must climb up the old stairs. In addition to a bookshelf with nearly 1,000 books, the coffee shop also has a space for diners who want to enjoy delicious dishes and watch the street view at the same time. The menu is quite rich, especially coffee at a price of VND 35,000 each cup. It is open from 8am to 10pm every day.

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Ban Coffee Shop

The turquoise bridge, also known as Mong Bridge, crosses the Tau Hu - Ben Nghe canal and connects District 1 and District 4. Built at the end of the 19th century, it is now one of the oldest bridges in HCM city. The bridge is the backdrop for many music videos and short films. When visiting, visitors can take photos or watch the sunrise.

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Mong Bridge

Source: Vnexpress

Translated by Lam Anh