Hoi An scores with a series of airy and poetic rice-field cafes-Travel
Come to Hoi An this summer, besides visiting the old town, try going to the suburbs to enjoy coffee in the spacious space of vast rice fields.
Rice field coffee is a hot new trend on every forum travel, but Hoi An is the fastest and most standard place to “catch the waves”. Have you tried yet? This model once caused a fever in Thailand and Indonesia, now it has landed in Vietnam so that all “addicts” can be satisfied.
Why is drinking water in the middle of the field so popular? Surely it is a unique experience when being immersed in nature, the wind blowing gently through your hair, raising a glass of water and stretching your eyes to the horizon. The gently gliding rice flowers create a relaxing, peaceful, and extremely chill scene.
It is a name that has only appeared recently, but quickly made the virtual society infatuated by its extremely special and new location and design. With the characteristic of the shop “no wall”, no matter where you sit in the shop, your immediate view is also the cool green patches along with the bold countryside scene.
Photo: Bui Huy Khang.
Roving Chillhouse has a simple, rustic and cozy design style. The entire architecture of the restaurant is made as minimal as possible and divided into two areas. The interior seating area has a combination of wood, glass and rattan, bamboo, etc. Using decorative greenery to make the space more “stylish”, this area also has large glass panels to zoom in. eyes to the field.
Photo: Roving Chillhouse.
Old Brick Oven Coffee
Although the site has been abandoned for 20 years, this place has now been remodeled with a new image. Thereby, you can come to visit, explore and experience freely.
Next to it, Old Brick Lok Coffee is a cafe made in the style of a stilt house. The bamboo tables and chairs are neatly arranged in a straight line. From here, you can easily look out at the brick kiln to welcome the sunrise, watch the long, winding bamboo bridge.
The old brick kiln cafe has drinks made with vegetables, roots, fruits and black rice. The most special thing is that they have names that make you laugh just hearing them, such as Thi No milk, Chi Pheo coffee, Vu Dai Village smoothie.
Chieu Coffee Village
Xom Chieu Coffee is a shop that strongly impresses visitors by its simple, rustic, rural design. With fresh and airy space, the view of fresh green rice fields will bring you poetic photos.
In particular, this cafe overlooking the rice fields of Hoi An uses decorations mainly many small green plants with all different vibrant colors. In addition, the shop also uses materials that are close to the countryside. All create a very rustic, idyllic space. Looking down from above, visitors can fully admire the beauty of the immense “sea of rice”. Looking far away are simple, cozy houses.
The shop is inspired by a picture of the countryside of childhood, from rice fields, bamboo bridges, thatched roofs, straw piles, plowing buffalo or even old tables and chairs, etc. our generations.
This is also a place for families with young children in the city who do not have the space or opportunity to let their children experience the life of the countryside like in the past.
A series of restaurants with extremely large and chill spaces. Not only that, the decor of this type of restaurant is changed according to the season. In the ripe rice season, diners will be immersed in the brilliant, golden beauty of the carpeted rice fields to the very end. Summer is here, you know where to go with your family and friends.
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