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The places for young photo-taking lover in Hanoi

Updated at Monday, 18 Sep 2017, 16:32
The Hanoitimes - Do not miss to check out these three best spots to photograph in Hanoi, where there are art framework settings and great backgrounds for the best photos.
Maison Marou Hanoi
Photo Instagram: @anniequynhanh
Photo Instagram: @anniequynhanh
Maison Marou opened the first bean-to-bar chocolate showroom in Hanoi, on Tho Nhuom Street in the city center, on August 31. On an area of over 250 sq m, the showroom provides a complete chocolate experience. “Everything is made at the showroom in front of customers, such as roasting cacao beans and making chocolate,” said Mr. Vincent Mourou, co-founder of the showroom. It also has chocolate rooms that make different types of chocolate bars, little chocolate bon bons, and fine pastries.
Photo Instagram: @caracat.
Photo Instagram: @caracat.
In its six classic chocolate bars, Marou has created a new chocolate taste from the specialties in each province. For example, there are many coconuts in Ben Tre, which was added to Ben Tre cacao. In Lam Dong, people grow Arabica coffee, so coffee has bene added to Lam Dong chocolate. Mr. Mourou is inspired by idea of cacao beans and other ingredients.
Photo Instagram: @___linhmoon.
Photo Instagram: @___linhmoon.
This is Maison Marou’s second bean-to-bar chocolate showroom in Vietnam, after the first in Ho Chi Minh City. “We opened one shop in Ho Chi Minh City with the same concept, now we want to do it in Hanoi because the city has four seasons, and especially a cold winter,” he said. “Chocolate is typically associated with cold weather, because people naturally like hot chocolate.”
Mr. Mourou and Mr. Maruta hope to make Vietnamese chocolate well-known around the world via Marou. Visitors can watch staff make the cakes at the store.
Carp fish Bookstore Hanoi
First floor of Carp fish Bookstore Hanoi (Photo: Haphuong).
First floor of Carp fish Bookstore Hanoi (Photo: Haphuong).
Book-reading culture has become the indispensable spiritual beauty of human’s everyday lives. Reading a book to understand its beauty is almost like enjoying a mouth-watering dish with its own unique flavor. For those love reading books, Hanoi is the home to a number of bookshops that would definitely satisfy any book lovers.
The second floor (Photo: Haphuong).
The second floor (Photo: Haphuong).
Now aday, photo-taking young lovers were found the place where they can find the wonderful book and also keeping their good memory by taking photo. There is Carp fish Bookstore at 115 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hanoi with near 1.300 sq m and four floors. Each floor with a huge number of books varying in types. Setting your foot into the vast space of the bookstore, you will be overwhelmed by huge bookshelves with countless books classified into different categories, which makes it easy for readers to select what kind of book that they want.
The third floor (Photo: Haphuong).
The third floor (Photo: Haphuong).
In the first floor, display kind of literature, economic, English book. In the second floor, display kind of children’s literature book. In the third floor, display art gallery, in addition, the third floor is placed to hold many painting events, exhibition, the workshop about book issue. In four floor is a coffee shop for the book lover to enjoy coffee and their book. Carp fish Bookstore is a favorite place for book lovers and readers with thousands of books.
The four floor (Photo: Haphuong).
The four floor (Photo: Haphuong).
VUI Studio
Photo: @dre.by.day.
Photo: @dre.by.day.
VUI is a café, but with a core aim of showcasing contemporary aesthetics and craftsmanship, as well as hosting cultural and creative events and activity workshops.
There are currently products available from a variety of collections and designers exclusive to VUI, such as Don Dien (cosmetics), Huu La La (fabrics) and Gaia (ceramics).
Photo: @vuistudio.
Photo: @vuistudio.
Products include ceramic cups (VND500,000), scented candles (VND380,000) and essential oils (VND180,000). The focus in VUI is on the collaboration with the designers and crafters.
Look out for products by Chris Thiblibli, such as the tea cups (VND340,000), salad bowls (VND520,000), ashtrays (VND180,000) and vases (VND380,000).
Photo: @vuistudio.
Photo: @vuistudio.
The space is a large, open area with lots of neutral colours, crisp wooden furniture and tidy edges. Drinks include tea shakes, juices, lots of coffee and seven types of chocolate drink. Prices range from VND24,000 to VND58,000 per drink.
VUI Studio is at 3C Tong Duy Tan, Hoan Kiem and is open daily from 8am until 11pm. 
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