Check-in on social networking sites have become an indispensable trend for young people traveling. A list of 5 places regularly check-in by Vietnamese youth includes:
Check-in Sword Lake Walking Street – Hanoi
Opened since September 2016, walking space at Hoan Kiem Lake is not only a popular amusement area for the people of the capital, but also tourists for the weekend. The pedestrian walkway consists of 16 lines, opening from 19h00 Friday to 24h00 Sunday.
Here, visitors can stroll around the lake and feel the city’s fun atmosphere, participate in the folk games of Vietnam such as mandarin square capturing, tug of war, stilt walking … , enjoy street music of famous and amateur artists, try the typical dishes of the capital or simply chat with indigenous people… This is really the idea place to take check-in photos in Hanoi.
Check-in The Yellow Walls – Hoi An
Old houses with distinctive yellow color are always something that tourists always want to return to Hoi An. In the sunshine, the old town became much brighter thanks to the yellow walls. This is not only a favorite background for young people for beautiful photos, but also older visitors love these walls. Most of young tourists like to check-in these walls when coming Hoi An town.
Check-in Lam Vien Square – Dalat
The 72,000 square meter square is located in the heart of Vietnam’s “love city”. The impressive design of the square attracted young people to come here to check-in and take pictures. The work consists of many items such as: The scaffolding of 15,000 people, the art fountain system, parking, greenery, performing arts center of 1,500 seats, exhibition halls, commercial, entertainment .. . the highlight of the project is to provide art simulation of wild sunflowers 18 m high and cafes rosebud shape or artichoke 15 m high.
Check-in Windmill Bakery – Da Lat
Also in Da Lat, the yellow wall with the red inscription on the Windmill Bakery in Hoa Binh Street is another popular place for young people to check in. There are many fashion photos made here.
Unlike ordinary bakeries, Windmill is a must-have address for young photographers. Obviously, this is one of the top places to check in.
Check-in Nguyen Hue Walking Street – Ho Chi Minh City
Being the first street in Ho Chi Minh City, the street also has free wifi. Many activities are performed by young people groups every night, which makes the atmosphere always bustling. The highlight of the street is the statue of President Ho Chi Minh located in front of the People’s Committee. The ceremony was opened on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of the birth of President Ho Chi Minh.
If you have the opportunity to experience the two walking streets of Hanoi and Saigon, you will feel the distinct difference of each city.