Beautiful old dormitory like Korea, the new 'virtual living' corner of Hanoi's youth

Concentrating small and pretty shops with white, brown, green tones, Block D6 or Trung Tu dormitory to become a popular check-in point for Ha Thanh youth.

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Block D6 or Trung Tu dormitory

Block D6 or Trung Tu dormitory
D6 Trung Tu or Block D6 is known as a shimmering "virtual living" corner like Korea because of its concentration of many cafes, tea shops, nail salons ... with minimalist vintage design, white and brown tones. The rows of shops close to each other create a lovely corner among the old apartment complex in Hanoi. Photo: nhamnhii.
Block D6 or Trung Tu dormitory
The shops here have a small inside area, the outside is beautifully decorated, creating a "virtual living" corner as beautiful as the West. Most stores design wide glass doors, creating an airy and tidy space. Photo: a.anhthuu.
Block D6 or Trung Tu dormitory
Coming to Block B, you can buy clothes, visit nail salons or relax to enjoy fruit drinks, eat cakes and take pictures in bold Korean style. The price of drinks and fruit cakes in some shops here is about 40,000-80,000 VND. Photo: kimchangchun.
Block D6 or Trung Tu dormitory
Shops in the dormitories are usually open from 9-9h30. On weekend mornings, this alley attracts crowds of people to shop, take photos, mostly young people. Photo: ngking__.
Block D6 or Trung Tu dormitory

Block D6 or Trung Tu dormitory
The wooden door frames, rustic tables and chairs set up with beautiful small green pots create a rustic background, suitable for the "virtual living" followers of minimalism. You can choose a pretty small corner by the window in the bakery, sipping food, watching the bustling atmosphere in the neighborhood and recording lovely check-in photos. Photo: deedee_pia_, 0613.m
Block D6 or Trung Tu dormitory
If you're late and there's no room inside, you can sit outside the door. The beverage or pastry shop in D6 has outside seats. You can sit next to the white wall or under the climbing rose tree... which also has beautiful pictures. Photo: zudie.lee.
Block D6 or Trung Tu dormitory
For gorgeous check-in photos in this bold Korean alley, you should come here during the day. If you only intend to take photos, you should move quickly to avoid disturbing business activities here. Photo: onni_nail.

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