Among the multiple Instagrammable spots along Bach Dang Street, the two small, seemingly uninspiring rectangular windows have recently garnered a lot of attention from local and tourists alike, especially youngsters.
The spot used to be the back of a coffee house in Nguyen Thai Hoc street. Adorned with bunches of brilliant pink confetti and the yellow walls that bring an old, simple vibe, the windows make a nice background for selfies. One can easily catch sight of groups of young smiley people posing for a photo.
The windows overlook the dreamy Hoai River, meaning visitors can have a nice view to admire the peacefully refreshing atmosphere of Hoi An. Skirting Hoai river is the pedestrian street, where only pedestrians, cyclos, and cyclers are allowed to mile about from 6 pm – 11 am.
The café offers a nice peek into Hoi An life along the river banks. Early morning and late afternoon are the two most ideal times to take photos. Hoai river also offers a brilliant sunset view.
In the evening, it’s best to gather some friends, sip a beer or take your soul with the boats that are riding along Hoai River under the lit street lanterns.
A nicely-decored interior adds a lot to the allure of the café.
Coffee and tea are the main servings of the café. Prices might be a little exorbitant, but the drinks are surefire amazement to your taste buds.
One drink is normally priced at between VND65,000 and VND95,000 ($2.8-4). There are also cakes and ice-cream on offer.
The new check-in place is truly an ideal stop for gathering, whether it’s with your family, friends or special someone.
Many visitors stop at the café after a walk in the town, taking all kinds of photos. The windows are always open as there are no shutters.