In Da Lat, there are countless lovely cafes, which are ideal virtual photography points for tourists. One of the most popular destinations is Yooberi cafe. Right from the moment you step into the shop, you feel like you lost in the land of kimchi because of the Korean style here.
Get lost at Yooberi cafe.
Since January this year, the brand new Yooberi coffee shop in Da Lat appeared in the flower city but immediately caused a storm in the travel review world. Yooberi is a studio coffee model, with the unique feature that each corner has a different style, but the common point is gentle, sweet, and cute.
Coming to Yooberi cafe, you can take pictures at Korean-style street corners with road markings, bus stops. You will feel like being lost in the land of the Golden Temple with water shops, Thai-style grocery stores, even Europe with a Banquet table, window corner overlooking the pine forest.
Make sure, in just one day, you will earn back dozens of photos that are enough to “live virtual” on Facebook for a long time.
Unlike many other cafes with a classic, nostalgic vibe with deep brown space in Da Lat, Yooberi’s presentation brings a new breeze to visitors by its youthfulness, sophistication, and sweetness.
Yooberi cafe uses pastel white tones, and green is the primary color. When it comes to photos, it looks essential, very suitable for those who like bright spaces. To get this look, the owner had to test 18 colors from Da Lat to Saigon.
There are only about 20-25 seats; the rest of the space is invested in building a photo background.
Most of the corners at Yooberi cafe are decorated essential but not inadequate with window frames, clouds, wall paintings, flowers. It’s not too difficult to have a nice check-in corner at Yooberi. Just a smartphone is enough for you to take many beautiful pictures.
On the campus of Yooberi cafe, there are some flowers for tourists to take pictures of for check-in. In particular, a very romantic white chrysanthemum garden is loved by many young people.
In addition, there is also ample space for visitors to invite friends to gather for a picnic or relax on a weekend camping trip.
As a cafe combined with a studio, the drink menu at Yooberi is not too much. This place only sells canned water imported from Korea, Thailand, or Taiwan. But the important thing is that this imported can of water is also very suitable for the background here.
The ticket price for each person to take pictures is 90,000 VND, including a drink. In addition, Yooberi cafe also sells imported snacks and cakes for diners.
How to take super shimmering photos at Yooberi cafe
Yooberi Cafe is located at 27 Trinh Hoai Duc Street, only about 3 km from the center of Dalat. Therefore, it is not difficult to find the shop. When you arrive, the bus stop corner and the eye-catching pink and blue door will help you recognize Yooberi.
Opening hours here are from 8 am – 5 pm, not open in the evening.
Note that you can change no more than three suits when coming to Yooberi with the ticket price of 90,000 VND/person. If the allowed number is exceeded, you will be charged for taking photos at the fixed cost of 150,000 VND/person.
With style at Yooberi, you can choose light, simple, pastel colors to match the concept.