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Save a cup, save the environment

Bringing your own reusable cup to buy takeaway drinks helps cut down on single-use plastic. But what if you forget to bring it one day?

Is the bubble tea craze in Vietnam over?

So many bubble tea shops joined the market in recent years that many of them have had to give up the game.

Hunting valuable antiques in HCM City coffee shop

An antique market which is held in Cao Minh coffee shop in HCM City has grown into a popular destination for visitors every weekend while some of the items on sell come from time periods across various stages of Vietnamese history.

Visiting a chillout café in Saigon

 VietNamNet Bridge – Those wishing to sip a cup of coffee in sub-zero temperatures are advised to head to Ice Coffee in HCMC’s Tan Phu District.

“Little House on the Prairie” in town

 VietNamNet Bridge – Milkbar coffee shop stands out from other cafes along the busy street of Le Quy Don in District 3 as it was built like the “Little House on the Prairie.”

A café reminiscent of the old days

VietNamNet Bridge – In the backpacker area surrounded by Pham Ngu Lao, Bui Vien and De Tham streets in downtown HCM City, most restaurants, shops and hotels all look new and Westernized with signs written in English

A café reminiscent of one’s childhood

 VietNamNet Bridge – The name of the coffee shop is “Nam muoi muoi lam” (Five, ten, fifteen), which Vietnamese children in the countryside say out loud in the hide-and-seek game.

A coffee shop combines with scale modeling

 VietNamNet Bridge – Scale modeling is a growing pastime in HCMC. And coffee shops displaying scale models are no longer new. Café DMT at 6B Nguyen Thien Thuat Street in District 3,

A café with handmade products

 VietNamNet Bridge – Cafe Me on Luong Huu Khanh Street in District 1, HCMC is a place for artists and those who love handmade products.

A simple coffee shop

 VietNamNet Bridge – Architect Dinh Thanh Truyen has used old and simple items to breathe new life into his own coffee shop nestled in a small alley of Thanh Thai Street in HCMC’s District 10.

Drink coffee and reflect on horrors of war opens coffee shop to protest war

 VietNamNet Bridge – A young Vietnamese painter can never forget the war that ravaged his home town in central Viet Nam and the way it affected his family. Thanh Ha reports.

Café Saigon 1975

 VietNamNet Bridge – Operational for more than one month, Café Saigon 1975 has quickly become an attractive destination, especially for Saigonese, as it reminds them of the wartime as seen through a number of items and pictures.

It feels like having coffee on the street

 VietNamNet Bridge – Entering a coffee shop named Bien Bao (traffic sign) at 21-22 Tran Nhan Tong Street in Danang City’s Son Tra District, visitors will feel like they are still on the street due to a number of traffic signs placed everywhere

Recycled household scrap at Dalat coffee shop

 VietNamNet Bridge – When people have something to throw away, I will come to their homes to pick it up and recycle it for my coffee shop. It now looks more like a scrap warehouse than a coffee shop,”

Recycled coffee shop

 VietNamNet Bridge – Recycled construction is not new as makeshift offices or houses made from pre-used shipping containers can be seen at a lot of construction sites around HCMC.

Up Café

 “Up Café” with an “upside down” space, located in a small alley on Nguyen Trong Tuyen Street, Phu Nhuan District, Ho Chi Minh City, is a quiet place to relax in a bustling city.

Showing off a grenade in a coffee shop, one dead

In a coffee shop, a man named Moel took a grenade from his pocket to toss in his hand, but the grenade fell to the ground and exploded. A 9th grade student sitting close to Moel was killed and four others were injured.