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Prepare your stomach for a closer look at the country's sizzling night spots. Hanoi Night Market - The market located in the oldest part of Hanoi was the first to separate pedestriane and vehicles and can be found a few minutes from Hoan Kiem Lake. The market stretches nearly one kilometer and includes more than just food - there is also a robust traditional craft trade. The street night market is a tourism landmark, and visitors can enjoy eating snacks and shopping at the same time with grocery stores and food stalls sitting alongside clothing and handicraft shops. The market is at the heart of the most densely populated residential area, so it is not only popular to tourists but also among local people who drop by the market after work for cheap eats. Photo byVo Tuyet. Quang Ba Night Flower Market - The market is one of the most popular destinations for a nighttime stroll among local people. Quang Ba is by far the biggest flower market in Hanoi. Although the … [Read more...] about Top 10 night markets in Vietnam
If you do not know what to do at night in Ho Chi Minh City, our guide to the very best top 7 nightlife experiences will surely point you in the right direction and get you started on your path to fun. Ben Thanh night market: Located at District 1, the Ben Thanh night market is open every day (Monday to Sunday), starting at 6:00 pm. Travellers can easily find a wide range of around-the-clock food and beverage restaurants serving delicious cuisine, including Hu Tieu (pork rib broth with soft rice noodles), Com Tam (broken rice), Vietnamese sticky chicken wings, pho beef noodle soup, and Soymilk. VOV … [Read more...] about What to do at night in HCM City?
Initially born in rural areas flea markets, or chợ phiên in Vietnamese, have recently become the latest wrinkle in Ho Chi Minh City, offering a broad array of products at reasonable prices and adding diversity to the already vibrant metropolis. hợ phiên in Vietnam are unique and different from elsewhere because a chợ phiên is open for a couple of hours during the day in a certain public place and only takes place periodically. However, most flea markets in Ho Chi Minh City are open from the morning until late at night on weekends. In the countryside, a chợ phiên is also a meeting place for locals to exchange farming products. In Ho Chi Minh City, such a flea market sells all kinds of goods like any market but keeps its periodical characteristics - only gathering once a week or twice a month. More and more flea markets have opened in the city in recent years and visiting them is a favorite hobby of young people. A flea market in the city displays and sells different goods … [Read more...] about Flea markets spread in Ho Chi Minh City
Cinet)- Ha Noi-based Viet Nam Cai Luong Theatre organized a new play about the culture of ethnic minority people living in Ha Giang Province at HCM City's Ben Thanh Theatre on July 18. … [Read more...] about “Love Story in Khau Vai Market” reflected in cai luong play