Saigonese Coffee Culture

Kid Friendly in Ho Chi Minh City

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It’s not just a drink, but a social aspect of life. Morning, noon and night, coffee is for people of all ages and all classes. A part of Saigon history is brewed into every cup of coffee made.Most of Vietnamese usually have break fast, noodle soup or Banh mi or biscuit, and a cup of coffee before they star a new day. Your first stop is local coffee shop to enjoy the morning like a local all over the bustling city, starting with a delicious vietnamese breakfast style.Pay a visit to below spots:1.Notre Dame Cathedral2.Pho 24 Restaurant3.Apartment Cafe4.Sitting-Plump Cafe5.Racquet Café 6.Saigon Retro Concept Cafe
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral, Ho Chi Minh CityA Virgin Mary statue also stands in front of Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral, which locals claimed to have shed tears in October 2005. While this incident was refuted by the Catholic Church of Vietnam, thousands of visitors still flock to this statue in hopes of witnessing a miracle. Aside from its status as one of Ho Chi Minh City’s most prominent attractions, Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral still serves as a religious institution for the local population. The best time to visit is during Sunday mass at 09:30. As with any holy places around the world, do dress appropriately and refrain from disturbing the worshippers when you’re exploring (and photographing) Saigon Notre Dame CathedralDuration: 20 minutes

What’s included

  • Breakfast - Vietnamese popular breakfast PHO & Spring roll, coffee
  • Coffee and/or Tea

What’s not included

  • Entry/Admission - Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral
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