Dozens of booths featuring the street foods of Vietnam, the Republic of Korea, China, Thailand and Japan attract a huge number of visitors. Different Hanoi specialities with a variety of tastes and colours entice hundreds of visitors. Customers can buy o mai (dry apricot) at a price of VND20,000 per 100 grams. Famous cakes are on sale at the festival such as sticky rice cakes, Ho Tay shrimp cakes and pho cuon (rolled rice pancakes). A booth for Korean (RoK) street food offers visitors a wide range of choices to buy their favourite dishes. Quail egg cakes Korean dishes come in many different colours, flavours and preparations, including fried chicken with sweet spicy sauce, kimbap, spicy rice cakes, grilled fish cakes, and grilled skewers. Girdle-cake is one of the special street foods in Ho Chi Minh City, delighting young people in Hanoi. Dorayaki donuts, made famous in Japan’s Doremon manga, contain a variety of ingredients such as chocolate, mung beans, red beans, and meat to satisfy the hunger pangs of any visitor. Sweet and delicious ice-cream from Thailand and the Republic of Korea helps Hanoians escape from the heat. Fruit juice booths are always bustling with customers. Apart from food booths, visitors are able to play games and buy their favourite items in the shopping area. An area is set up for a display of a Mid-autumn festival in years past. The festival is decorated with many lanterns of different colours and sizes.