By looking at the photo, one might think it’s a night market in China. But no, this photo is taken in Hoi An Night Market, Vietnam.
As the hope for walking down the AirAsia/MAS/Emirates aisle this year becomes 50/50, I hope I could spark joy by sharing my wonderful experience with this post. If you’re a foodie, take note! 😉
Located in Nguyen Hoang Street, a trip to Hoi An isn’t complete without visiting the vibrant, exotic night market which opens from 5pm to 10pm. It’s very lively – thanks to the colourful lanterns, vibrant bridge and tourists (with great appetite).
There are many nice hotels near the night market, so you don’t have to worry about walking home at night. The city is very safe but if you’re going back alone, don’t be too late. Just in case 😉
The Bird House, a Cute Cafe in Hoi An
After you walked through the gate, The Bird House is one of the cute cafes you’ll first see. Just like the name, you’ll see many bird cage-style seats with elegant colour combinations like gold, brown and blue.
They don’t have many varieties for the menu, but I really enjoyed my iced chocolate. With such cute decorations and quality drinks, the price is very affordable.
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Foodies, Get Your Tummy and Camera Ready for Hoi An Night Market!
There’s so much to see and try when you’re in Hoi An Night Market. I did go with a tour group but we were free to roam alone. As the group consisted of married couples and families, I explored the market alone.
I may not able to taste many food but I took so many photos. Hopefully, they are helpful especially when you miss going to the night market!
Meanwhile, this is one of my favourite Jay Chou’s songs that I feel perfect to listen to when viewing the rest of the photos, hehe~
I really miss travelling… I’ve prepared myself for the worst outcome aka can only travel next year.
It’s ok not to feel ok. But never stop the gratitude, that you’re still breathing and healthy.
It’s ok to feel bored staying at home for maybe, another year. Hopefully, our patience and perseverance pay off – maybe in other areas of our lives like career, relationship or health.
I hope my happy post about Hoi An Night Market cheers you up. Stay positive, everyone!
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