Exploring Rock Garden Café in HCMC

Lying next to Dam Sen Cultural Park in HCMC’s District 11, Rock Garden Café is a popular address for guests to admire Vietnam’s rock artworks displayed in an airy garden space while having a cup of coffee.

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A view of Rock Garden Café

Covering an area of 7,000 square meters, the café is managed by Dam Sen Park operator Phu Tho Tourist Service Co, a subsidiary of Saigontourist, the country’s leading tourism service provider.

The café boasts 87 natural rocks of strange shapes that are brought from limestone mountains in the northern province of Ninh Binh. A poetry contest entitled “Blowing Soul into Rock” was held at the café and winning poems are now displayed along the way from the entrance of the café.

One of the highlights of the café that makes it a favourite destination for many tourists in the city is an airy garden space. Many trees are planted along the way leading to the café. Some of them are old trees that are estimated to be more than 40 years of age.

Aside from green trees and rocks, the café also features a lake rearing carp fishes.

At night, the space of the café is sparkled with lighting systems installed behind bamboo clusters and the giant rocks.

The menu at Rock Garden Café features a wide range of beverages and dishes. Moreover, guests can feel free to choose to sit on the ground floor covered with big stone slabs or go upstairs where they can enjoy a view of Dam Sen Park.

The café, which is located at 3 Hoa Binh Street in HCMC’s District 11, also has a parking lot and playing area for kids.

Source: VietNamNet

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