3 bustling neighborhoods at night attract Saigon youth

At night, HCMC becomes more bustling with many interesting places to play. If you have the opportunity to come here, do not forget to visit 3 vibrant foreign towns loved by young people.

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Western Quarter (Bui Vien Street)
The vibrant scenery in foreign neighborhoods in Saigon. 
Western Quarter (Bui Vien Street)
Western Quarter (Bui Vien Street)
Western Quarter (Bui Vien Street)
Western Quarter (Bui Vien Street)
Western Quarter (Bui Vien Street): If you want to know how busy Saigon nightless is, the tourists can stay up to the morning with friends at Bui Vien west Street. The nightfall is when the bustling, busiest street with bright lights and lively music mixed in crowded people. This place concentrates from restaurants, bars to streetside restaurants serving beer, coffee, seafood, noodles, pho ... Photos: Trinhbinhminh, mi.tran.1803, soyeon930, ryy_car.
Western Quarter (Bui Vien Street)
Western Quarter (Bui Vien Street)
Since becoming a walking street, Bui Vien has become familiar with foreign tourists and young Vietnamese. Two days of the weekends, the neighborhood ban the car from 19 pm to 2 am the following morning to serve the entertainment activities and enjoy the cuisine of visitors. The Saigon people often choose to come to Bui Vien to gather with friends, feel the hustling atmosphere of the night. Photo: Baomymeo, nhi.py648.

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Ravioli soup zone (Ha Ton Quyen road)
Ravioli soup zone (Ha Ton Quyen road)
Ravioli soup zone (Ha Ton Quyen road): Referring to Ha Ton Quyen road, eating souls immediately think of the typical ravioli soup of Chinese people. You can choose the favorite ravioli soup flavors with many rich ways of processing such as squid shrimp, mixed, fried, combined with noodles ... Ravioli soup sold in this area is satisfied by customers because of its unique flavor. , sweet and not cloying. Photo: Im.lucass, mo.imo.i.
Ravioli soup zone (Ha Ton Quyen road)
Ravioli soup zone (Ha Ton Quyen road)
The road is located near Cho Lon area at around 17 o'clock again, it becomes bustling, crowded with people traveling, with long rows of shops serving famous dishes. Not only the Ravioli soup, but this area has also recently diversified dishes, becoming a culinary paradise waiting for customers to discover. Crab soup here is loved by many people because of its rich flavor and affordable price. Photo: Nhokrai, hetagram.
Japanese Quarter (Le Thanh Ton Street)
Japanese Quarter (Le Thanh Ton Street)
Japanese Quarter (Le Thanh Ton Street): The capital is known as a place to live and work of many Japanese people, a short section of Le Thanh Ton road gathers many restaurants, eateries, spas ... bold in style of the rising sun land. You can enjoy countless delicious dishes such as takoyaki cakes, ramen noodles, sashimi, sushi, mochi ... Little neighborhoods become the busiest in the evening when signs are up on the lights, the bar starts to open. Photo: Valhkofficiel, i.m_hoof.
Japanese Quarter (Le Thanh Ton Street)
Japanese Quarter (Le Thanh Ton Street)
Japanese Quarter (Le Thanh Ton Street)
Japanese Quarter (Le Thanh Ton Street)
How busy the night is, in the morning, the Japanese quarter returns to a quiet corner in the heart of Saigon, when only a few cafes are open. This is one of the ideal check-in points chosen by many young people in the journey to discover Ho Chi Minh City. The wooden door, the empty street corner or the Japanese signboards all make you feel like you are lost in the land of Fusang. Photos: Huongtrangduong, lleng13, hana__tw, lai.france.

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