After classes, coffee shops are the destinations of many students. In the world of cafes for teens, there are many special shops with strange styles.
Some coffee shops in Hanoi have lured teens by raising animals, from popular pets like cats and dogs to unfamiliar species like lizards, snakes and iguanas.
One of the most famous “animal cafes” in Hanoi is Ailu Coffee Cat at No. 4, Thuy Khue Road, Tay Ho District, run by a teen girl named Tran Huyen Huong.
The shop is not wide but it is the world of cats of various species, ranging from Persian cats to French, Russian, American, Exotic and Vietnamese cats.
Sipping a cup of coffee, playing with cats or simply seeing lovely cats can help teens feel relaxed after tense classes.
Some people may be frightened with “pets” at the Pet Café at No. 2A Kham Thien Street, Hanoi; since they are reptiles, such as snakes, lizards, varans, etc. and spiders.
Designed like a small jungle, Pet Café is not for chicken-livered customers.
Through three doors and walking over steps to the Hades, you will enter a thrilling space like the name of the coffee shop – Hades.
The shop is highlighted by white hands and luminous dummies, etc. hanging from the ceiling. The freakish atmosphere is enhanced by the sounds of wind, howling, moaning, etc.
Pillow Café in Cua Bac Street is also a favorite destination of Hanoi’s teens. After tasting coffee, customers can bring home a pillow with sweet words from their girl/boyfriends.
Camera cafes like Sumvilla at 10 Dang Thai Mai Street, Trung Nguyen Café at 36 Dien Bien Phu, 73 Cau Go and No. 9 Dinh Tien Hoang are also the choices of many young people. These are great places where customers can take great shots of the life in Hanoi.
“Wind cafes” are coffee shops that are located on the roof of high-rise buildings in Hanoi, where customers can see Hanoi from above. The most popular addresses are Four Season Café, 19-21 Dinh Tien Hoang Street; Ilu Bar on the 8th floor of Illu Bulding in Pho Duc Chinh Street and Zodi Café.
Coffee shops for those who like taking photo.
Green Zoom cafe.
Green Zoom café is the place where art talks are held monthly, focusing on painting, relief and ancient architecture of Hanoi.
Phuot Café is the destination of those who love travel.
Bin Coffee Shop is the place for those who love fashion.
There are cafes that deliver environment protection messages, for example, Flower Café.
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