The 7 Quirky Themed Cafés in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Contents

La Kafeine

La Kafeine

With its unique and extremely impressive design, the La Kafeine cafe now attracts thousands of young visitors to find the scene for the most artistic photos on Instagram. Why? This café is placed in two old shipping containers, redesigned and decorated using old items such as tanks, barrels, and tires as furniture. The menu is another attraction to come to this café as all items are quite affordable. You can be served the seafood spaghetti dish – the signature one with only $2.00.

Babo Café

Babo Café

Recently, the type of pet cafe is quite popular, when you go there you have the opportunity to enjoy a good drink while playing with your favourite animals. If so, is there Babo Café a reptile café that makes you curious and changes your enjoyment a bit? It has over 10 cold-blooded reptilians inside that you could get familiar with, such as snakes, lizards, frogs and turtles, and we sure that there are no shape-shifting humans. you should not expect to have a frog turned into a handsome prince – It’s just a miracle!

Du Mien Garden Café

Du Mien Garden Café

It is difficult to recognize Du Mien Garden cafe because it is located in a small alley in the residential area but this spacious garden space is sure to be an ideal place to relieve stress. The venue has lots of trees, waterfalls and ponds, building up a slight hill-country Da Lat type of sensation, completely stay away from a city like Ho Chi Minh. There is also a big tree house-slash-cabin set around the trunks of a sturdy, century-old tree, can this be a great place to enjoy delicious food and a refreshing drink.


ICE Coffee

ICE Coffee

In a tropical country like Vietnam, does it seem that it is not feasible to enjoy a coffee in a freezing space? It’s freezing cold interior this café because the whole interior and décor are made of ice — yes, even the chairs you will be sitting on. Guests feel free to put on thermal jackets, fur hats and gloves in the café to stay warm, but no shoes. To sort of add insult to injury, they make ice cream in the recommendation. This unique idea attracts a lot of customers so you should book in advance to have a fuller experience.

La Ngon Boat Café

La Ngon Boat Café

The two wooden riverboats used to be turned into this boat café between a rice barge and river junk, moored at right angles to the Kenh Te canal bank so that they protruded out into the murky water. The upper and lower decks of these boats have been changed into a dining space with nice couches, tables, potted plants and spotlights. Unluckily, one of the boats burned down. But the other still remains for you to visit and enjoy a cup of coffee overlooking District 4 on the other side of the canal. When you come here, you can feel somewhat of the majestic nature of the Mekong river.

Three Brooms Town

Three Brooms Town

A magical world of witches and wizards has been encapsulated in the space of Three Brooms Town. It goes by many names including Ba Cay Choi, Somewhereland, and Elf Village. This unique impression is a magic-themed café mostly attracted to parents to take their children on a weekend to enjoy a variety of fun learning activities like baking cakes and cupcakes, candle-making, face-painting, doll-making, creating mosaics, etc. Now you will see more than a few shameless adults around drinking some coffee and playing games and taking plenty of photos. Many areas are decorated in cave style in the overall wide space to conveniently organize many activities at the same time.

Padma De Fleur

Padma De Fleur

You are likely to be lost in a tropical forest full of flowers and trees in the heart of the city when you arrive Padma De Fleur. Located in an alleyway near Ben Thanh Market, it is not only the overwhelming amount of flowers inside that makes this café unusual. It is also how the menu is served. Think of it as dining in someone’s home — you have to eat what the family is eating that day. Each lunch set will have a soup, a meat dish and vegetables, which is the same as a typical Vietnamese meal. For the purpose of sensing the true nature of customers in this natural space, the shop only focuses on serving lunch and drinks from tea and coffee.

Source: Modoho.com.vn

Filed under: coffee shops in Vietnam, Vietnam special taste

Tagged with: weird cafés in Vietnam

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.