As stated earlier, Vietnamese coffee is one must try when visiting Vietnam. It comes with a unique coffee filter on top. All you need to do is wait for the coffee to drip into the cup.
Better than kopi bin, tastier than Starfucks.
There are 2 choices, one with condensed milk and another just plain ol’ coffee. I did not try the plain one, as I don’t really like black coffee. However, the one with condensed milk, OMG, it literally gave me diabetes! SOO FUGGIN SWEET!
DIY at home
It is advisable not to drink it at one gulp. Taking small sips would definitely be a nice way to enjoy it.
According to Jeff, most of the night life entertainment outlets (partying, drinking etc) in Ho Chi Minh City are located in hotels. He brought us to a place called Level 23 at Sheraton Hotel. As suggested by its name, it’s located at level 23. Great view of Ho Chi Minh City.
Prior to that, I was pretty excited with the outing with Jeff, June and their furniture entrepreneur friends. My first impression of Ho Chi Minh City’s nightlife – a city of 8 million people, awesome music and happening crowd with hand up in the air screaming their lungs out!
Instead, they were listening to Backstreetboys and dancing to Savage Garden. WHAT THE FISH!!!
I knew I love you beforee i met you~~~ omggg someone please! please shooott me!!
Fortunately, Level 23 had a live band performing at that night. It wasn’t so bad after all.
However, the crowd mainly consist of foreigners. There were not many locals around. Probably that explains why they play such music.
On another note, we used to dread that all night spots or events in Kuala Lumpur must be closed by 3AM. Those were the days where we partied till 6AM (some till the next afternoon!). But if you think 3AM is bad, try living in Vietnam. They end by 1230AM!!!