Hanoi’s Hong Kong-style lemon tea shop becomes check-in place for youngsters
“Hong Kong in miniature” tea shop is one of the favorite places of the youngsters for check-in in Hanoi.
A large lemon tea shop, called Tra Chanh Xa Doan 1989 in the vicinity of the Hanoi Agricultural University, with Hong Kong street style decoration, has become a busy check-in place of young Hanoians.
The lemon tea shop, of which interior design looks like a street in Hong Kong in the 1980s, is located in Dao Duy Tu street, Trau Quy town, Gia Lam district.
The shop has two floors, of which the first looks familiar to any street scene in a Hong Kong motion picture released in the 80s.
The tea shop reminisced many of their childhood when Hong Kong films and drama series held sway in TV and cinemas in Vietnam.
Many young people choose corner stairs with many pictures and decorative fliers on the wall to take photos.
In spite of the rise of the Korean wave, the Hong Kong style has not become old-fashioned, at least here.
The corridor of the shop has many eye-catching boards like Hong Kong street stores.
Many young people choose the second floor for drinking and chatting.
The bar of the shop is decorated in Hong Kong style.
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