The blooming bougainvillea in Hoi An attracts the attention of visitors by the gentle colors of the flowers, combined with the mossy old town that stirs people’s hearts.
Hoi An in March marks the season of confetti in full bloom, racing to bloom, covering every corner of Hoi An’s old town, making visitors excited, not wanting to leave. Paper flowers are now a “specialty” of Hoi An ancient town, paper flowers make the moss-covered street corner seem brighter thanks to its gentle and graceful beauty.
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Paper flowers bloom brilliantly and most beautifully on Tran Phu street. This place also attracts more visitors because of its vibrant colors and special and impressive confetti.
Here, according to photographer Bui Huy Khang: “Everyone can freely take pictures, but also because there are many people, it is necessary to be civilized, stand in line to “wait for your turn” if there are many people to take pictures. That way you can get a wider angle without being stuck. Others can enter the frame. Or you can come early around 6am-8am or early afternoon 2pm-4pm, at this time there are less people, you can check in comfortably.”.
“When taking pictures with confetti, people can wear white or vintage clothes, so it will be more beautiful when they are on the picture. And remember to take pictures with a normal camera and then adjust the photo, so that the picture is sharp and standard. best” – Mr. Bui Huy Khang shared more.
When the bougainvillea blooms, this place has become a “beautiful photo collection” spot for young people.
Near this confetti spot, there is also Mot water shop and Faifo coffee shop with a view from above looking down at the old town, the divine golden alley with many “virtual living” angles. So, visitors can confidently take beautiful photos in just a few hours on this street.