Tao Dan Park Bird Cafe in Saigon, Vietnam

Tao Dan Park Bird Cafe in Saigon, Vietnam
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About This Episode:
Song birds. They are birds that sing songs. Every morning in Tao Dan Park the bird men of Ho Chi Minh City bring out their song birds in full force. Some do it for fun and some do it in an effort to get their birds to learn new songs. With a lot of time and patience, the birds can learn more and more songs increasing the birds value. So how much would you pay for a song bird?

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44 Comments

  1. I knew you wouldn't eat a song bird. You cant be that cruel also its more of a French thing, And its illegal there so you would have to break laws to get to it.

  2. The intro …😂 before the tree n after the tree..
    I'm a songbird and this is my song.."Please keep this humour alive in all your videos. Please. "

  3. Thank God this story was about the humane treatment of these lovely birds. The French have left a legacy of eating the poor things that would make your skin crawl. They catch them with sap on branches and collect them. The bird's eyes are plucked out so the birds believe it is always night which is when they feed. Believing it is always night these birds begin to eat and gorge until they are twice their normal size. They are drowned in Armagnac so that their inner organs get soaked with the brandy. They are then revived, plucked and fried in sauces and served and eaten whole. Ass, innards, heads, beaks, everything. The French suck the ass juices out of these little birds first and then they suck and gnash under a napkin that is placed on their heads. They say it is to keep the flavor contained near their noses but also to hide their shame of lustful eating from God. You doubt what I wrote go look up Ortolans, preparation and eating. I hope to God the French did not leave this heinous and nasty tradition behind in Vietnam.

  4. Not from Journey or stairway to heaven!! Is the bird broken?? Omg you’re so hilarious, stupid hilarious and silly. I can’t get enough enough of your videos, I totally stopped watching the other guys just to watch you!! Keep up the good work!! 👍🏼👍🏼😂😂😂😂

  5. Very busy road and lots of birds for sells very good stalls and lots of food nice stalls thank you for sharing Bless you all love your channels thank you again .

  6. What a pleasant way to spend a morning with friends. The birds singing and learning from each other is lovely. Definitely a place I would love to visit if I ever got the chance!

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