VietNamNet Bridge - Hanoi, Ha Long, Hoi An, Phu Quoc ... are home to the busiest night markets in Vietnam, which attract a large number of tourists. Hanoi Old Quarter night market The night market in the Hanoi Old Quarter opens on the evening of Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 18h to 23h. It is a familiar destination for many visitors. Goods there are diverse, including souvenirs, clothes, footwear, accessories and food. Hundreds of stalls are placed along the roads of Hang Dao, Hang Ngang, Hang Giay streets. The market is most crowded from 8pm to 10pm. Quang Ba night flower market, Hanoi The largest night flower market in Hanoi opens from midnight to 3am - 4am and from the early morning until midnight during the time before the new year festival. This is a very popular destination of tourists to Hanoi. Halong Night Market, Quang Ninh It is crowded with Vietnamese tourists from April to July. They visit night market and buy the souvenirs such as necklaces, wooden … [Read more...] about 10 popular night markets in Vietnam
Hcmc night market
Bargains: For people who love secondhand or old products, a flea market owned by singer Cao Minh on No Trang Long Street in Binh Thanh District is a good choice. — Photo ivivu.com by Thu Anh HCM CITY (VNS) — While flea markets are relatively new in HCM City, many of them have become busier than ever, offering a wide array of old and vintage items. The Saigon Flea Market in District 7's Phu My Hung area, for example, has operated since 2000 from 1pm until late at night on the second Sunday every month. Attracting about 2,000 foreigners and Vietnamese each month, the flea market has 40 stalls which display home decor products, goods for children, vintage fashion, jewellery, wine, and fine food. Last month, a South Korean owner of a downtown hair salon, bought a set of six handmade table napkins at VND200,000 (US$9.5). "I love walking around here to shop for handmade products. I can chat with the dealers, who share my hobby," she said. Another customer, Nguyen Thi Ngoc … [Read more...] about HCMC flea markets attract big crowds
Bustling night markets Van Hoa By Van Hoa - The Saigon Times Daily Traders at some traditional wet markets in HCMC are extending their operations until late at night in the lead up to the Lunar New Year holiday, which begins on February 19. Among the crowded night markets are Bac Ninh Market and a market for students in Thu Duc District, and Pham Van Hai Market in Tan Binh District. These night markets feature a diversity of goods ranging from clothes and shoes to jewelry. At the market for students in Thu Duc, shoes are sold at reasonable prices. Meanwhile, Bac Ninh night market on Duong Ba Luat Street attracts a large number of customers, especially at imitation-jewelry stalls. The trading atmosphere at night markets is busy. Shoppers can also find many kinds of snacks and dishes in the food area nearby. … [Read more...] about Bustling night markets
Thai-style night market event in Saigon Thanh Hoa By Thanh Hoa - The Saigon Times Daily A Thai-style night market event has been opened at Centre Mall Pham Hung in Binh Chanh District, HCMC. The Saigon night market offers a wide variety of goods from Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, and Japan, and has food and entertainment areas. The market, which is open from 3 p.m. from 11 p.m., will be closed on May 1. … [Read more...] about Thai-style night market event in Saigon
Viet Nam News "Hello sir, hello miss! Want some noodles?" was the cry that I repeatedly heard at the Bến Thành street food market in downtown HCM City last week. Opened last year, the market's many food kiosks and two indoor eating areas have achieved quite a reputation within a short time. While Asian food is the specialty, European foods are also on offer at the market, which has a busy but orderly air. Unlike other street markets, customers receive a number and wait in turn for their dish. Though it may sound suspiciously like a shopping-centre food court, it was anything but sterile. Lively, noisy and aromatic were terms that immediately came to mind when I entered the area. I arrived at the peak hour of 8pm, and chose steamed sticky rice with grilled pork and vegetables. It was the good smelling of the pork cooking nearby that whetted my appetite, and I couldn't wait to take my first bite. The verdict? Very tasty and reasonably priced at VNĐ76,000 (US$3). Despite … [Read more...] about Night food markets in HCMC: what’s cooking?