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Ho Chi Minh Square: the idyllic place in the center of Vinh City

Coming to Vinh city, tourists have many destinations to visit and discover this area such as Kim Lien Relic Complex, Vinh Citadel Gate, and so on. One of the featured destinations is Ho Chi Minh Square. Many of us are familiar with this place during the holidays, big events, and other special days. But on normal days, the locals are busy with the hustle and bustle of life and tend to forget about such a sweet place in the heart of the city center. 

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I was born and grew up in this city, so Ho Chi Minh Square is too familiar in my childhood, including the small Chung mountain behind Ho Chi Minh’s Statue or the water fountain that operates every weekend: all of them are a part of my heart. 

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However, that is not everything. Recently, my friends have asked me to go to Ho Chi Minh square to run around and do exercise, but I am a little bit hesitant because I think it is not better than the gym center which I usually go to. Ultimately, I still decided to go: the more the merrier. 

And from that experience, I changed my mental image of the square. The image of the grounds with twinkle lights on New Year’s Eve, a horde of people following the sound of the musical event, people jostling for some famous singers, football players, and others… now disappeared. 

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This square was still crowded, but did not recall a scene of my memories; it was peaceful and idyllic as well. People come here daily in the early morning or after a long hard-working day in the afternoon. They walk, run, do exercise, and play together. 

 

Hearty laughter of children brought here by their parents reminds me of being  on a small road beside my house with my friends. Strangely, I can find a memory of my childhood at a spot which I think is the most rambunctious in my city. 

Let Vinh Guru make you satisfied with these values of Ho Chi Minh Square.

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Top ancient coffee shops in Vinh

Vietnam is generally known for the strong taste of coffee, intense and quite bitter. It creates a Vietnamese’s own recipe and makes itself specifically around the world. An ideal coffee shop is a place having a good ambience, get rid of the mess of regular life to kill time with friends, or even immerse themselves in the smell of roasters and chill. Nowadays, lots of coffee shops are opened with their attractiveness and deliciousness. 

Let’s go around Vinh with Vinh Guru Tours to discover how do they look like?

 

 Phố Coffee

Located in a small lane near Vinh University, Pho Coffee likes houses that belongs to 80s 90s in Vietnam, customers will have a chance to see about a rustic surrounding with ancient tables and chairs and the decorations bringing us to come back our childhood for a long time ago. It is a flawless place for someone catching a tranquil space.

Location: https://goo.gl/maps/wiXjZMEn8arfo2Dt7

Trong hình ảnh có thể có: thực vật và ngoài trời

 

 

 Kim Đồng Coffee

In comparison to Phố Coffee, Kim Đồng coffee tends to crow at night. This is attracting lots of young people to come here because of its harmonious atmosphere with outdoor space. Originally, they were popular for their odd interior decor, but now they’re expanding their shop to get more customers to come in.

Location: https://goo.gl/maps/z15LYcKmoRjK53VS7

Trong hình ảnh có thể có: một hoặc nhiều người và trong nhà

 

Thôi đi Coffee

Nestled in a quiet street, Thôi Đi Coffee is a mixture of the hustle outside with the idyllic ambience inside maintaining plants that hardly seen at some modern coffee shop. A simple concept is different from others. 

Location: https://goo.gl/maps/6NpLD4Mfrm1RG5jUA

Trong hình ảnh có thể có: mọi người đang ngồi, thực vật và trong nhà

 

Sạp Báo Coffee

It is a brand new appearing recently in Vinh. With special decorations, each part they already have different ways to furnish their shop and colorful conical hats maks it so fancy and be a good place for anyone who is really into selfing.

Location: https://goo.gl/maps/fQA2PrPfDRjaPHQr7

Trong hình ảnh có thể có: ngoài trời

 

 

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The official language is Vietnamese. Many visitors find it extremely difficult to gain a quick grasp of this language as it is tonal and requires many of the sounds to be made in your throat instead of your mouth. Here are some quick and useful phrases which may come in handy even without mastering the tones. Make sure to check out our guide to learn 100 basic Vietnamese phrases as I have generally found locals are pleased to hear you attempting their language so will help you out.

Hello:   Xin chào (sin chow)

Thank you:  Cảm ơn. (gauhm uhhn)  – it is not common to use ‘please’ in Vietnamese-

I’m sorry/ Excuse me:  Xin lỗi. (sin loy)

Excuse me waitress:  Em oi!

The Bill Please:  Tinh tien!

How Much?:   Bao nhieu? (bow yew)

Too Expensive:   Mac qua! (Mac wa)

No Sugar:  Khong duong (Khom duong) – The norm in Vietnam is to add sugar especially to drinks.

 

Source: Local Insider

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