Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Visit Hanoi Cathedral, Saigon Book Street in Weekend

Long Bien Bridge, Hanoi
If in Hanoi, visitors can check-in Long Bien Bridge or the Cathedral, while book street and Mong bridge are suggested for guests in Saigon.

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Long Bien Bridge, Hanoi

Long Bien Bridge, Hanoi

A bridge over a hundred years old connecting the rhythm of life between the banks of the Red River. You walk on the bridge in the early morning when the first rays of sunlight shine on rusty steel pillars. In the late afternoon, you stand at a corner to watch the sun slowly setting down on the horizon. This is also an ideal place for those who like to take photos.

The bridge is more than 2.2 km long, about 30m wide. The bridge has two road lanes and a railway in the middle. All bridge construction materials are shipped from France. Photo: @crystal_huyen_trang.
St. Joseph's Cathedral, Hanoi

St. Joseph's Cathedral, Hanoi

If you are looking for a place that can capture the typical moment for exploring Hanoi, or where you can sip coffee or iced tea, the Cathedral is not a bad choice. Opened in 1887, the church is located on Nha Chung street, Gothic architecture with wide arches, high walls and many windows. Photo: @crystal_huyen_trang.
Nguyen Van Binh Book Street, Saigon

Nguyen Van Binh Book Street, Saigon

This road is where you can find many different types of books. Besides, the open space is exquisite designed with rows of shady green tamarind, making it a place for many visitors to visit every weekend. Book Street is not only attractive to readers, but also to many foreign tourists and famous travel bloggers. Coming here by motorbike, you can park your car at the parking lot of the book management board on Hai Ba Trung Street or the nearby shopping center. Photo: @lehatruc.
The cafe contains thousands of books, Saigon

The cafe contains thousands of books, Saigon

Ban cafe is located in an old apartment building on Le Loi Street, District 1. The entrance to the shop can make first-time visitors to Saigon find it interesting to have to weave through the bunker leading into a small alley, climbing up the old stairs. In addition to the bookshelf containing about 1,000 books, the shop also has space for diners who want to see the street. The menu is quite rich, notably coffee types, the average price of 35,000 VND a glass. This address is open from 8 am - 10 pm every day. Photo: Di Vy.
Mong Bridge, Saigon

Mong Bridge, Saigon

The turquoise bridge is located in the center of the city, crossing the Tau Hu - Ben Nghe canal, connecting District 1 and District 4. The bridge is now one of the oldest bridges in Saigon, built at the end of the 19th century. The bridge is the backdrop for many music products, videos, and short films. Coming here, you can go for a walk, take a picture or simply take a breath, watching the sunrise from District 2. Photo: Kieu Duong.

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