Famous markets you should never miss when traveling to Vietnam.
Here Vietnamese food market list includes those having a long-term history of development and formation, being imbued with original culture .Visitors should not ignore these places.
Dong Xuan market
Traveling to Hanoi, Dong Xuan market is a worth-mentioning Vietnamese food market It is the largest Vietnamese food market in Hanoi with hundreds of stalls. Having its own history dating back to the Nguyen Dynasty, all kinds of commodities ranging from clothes, footwear, household goods to food are traded at Dong Xuan market.
Dong Xuan Market (Hoan Kiem – Hanoi) is one of the places that tourists can visit and go shopping when traveling to the capital city
Dong Xuan market also opens every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, from 6p.m to 11 p.m. When coming to Dong Xuan Market, tourists can try snacks such as pineapple, plum and mango… If you want to buy souvenir, clothes, shoes, handcrafts … just go deeper into the stalls.
People come here not only for the purpose of shopping but also sensing the bustling and happy atmosphere and experience Hanoians’ lifestyle.
Hoi An Night Market
It would be a pity if you come to an old and peaceful Hoi An without visting the night market. It is no accident that Hoi An was honored as one of the 20 best nightlife cities in the world. during the day Hoi An leaves visitors with the ancientness, but when he night falls, the old town becomes sparkling and poetic.
Hoi An night market is one of the most crowded and busy places of Pho Co ( the old street)
Hoi An Night Market is located on Nguyen Hoang Street, Hoan Kiem District. Hoi An, Quang Nam contains nearly 50 stalls with different kinds of goods and sophisticated handcrafted products. Besides, the food street is full of many specialties such as Cao Lau (a type of noodle), Quang noodles, chicken rice … promises to bring visitors interesting experiences.
Night Market in Da Lat
Another must-visit Vietnamese food market is Dalat night market which is also known as Am Phu market (Hade market) because trading activities often start at 2-3 am under the light of the oil lamp and loom in the mist. When arriving at the market, visitors will be surprised by the warm, bustling and cheerful atmosphere, as opposed to the cold, ghostly feeling given by its name
If traveling to Da Lat, the night market is a must-see destination.
In the evening, the market has various items such as sweaters, silk towels, specialties of Da Lat … All are at quite cheap prices, which attracts large number of visitors from different places. The market also has a vibrant food court with rustic dishes. At night, as it gets colder, the city is covered by fog, and the market becomes a paradise for grilled dishes.
Ben Thanh market
If Hanoi has a busy Dong Xuan market, Ho Chi Minh has the famous Ben Thanh Market. With spacious space with many items, this Vietnamese food market is an ideal place for tourists to walk around, see and enjoy the delicious nutritious and cheap street food of the three parts. This is a place attracting many local and foreign tourists who would like to discover the unique characteristics as well as lifestyle in Sai Gon.
Phu Quoc night market
Dinh Cau Night Market is the most tourist attracted Vietnamese food market in Phu Quoc at night. This Vietnamese food market has 100 stalls stretching along Vo Thi Sau Street ,so travelers can choose their favorite items, from unique ones to fresh food. Besides, the market also offers a lot of Phu Quoc’s specialities such as fish sauce, pepper, “sim” wine and other kinds of seafood caught and cooked by local people.