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Hustle and bustle markets are definitely interesting places to foreign travelers in
Vietnam. In this post, we’re gonna share with you the TOP 3 Markets in HCM City.

3. BINH TAY Market

The main entrance of Binh Tay Market

Located at the edge of Ho Chi Minh City’s District 5. Great for experiencing the
local Buddhist culture, the market offers a vibrant atmosphere, opulent Chinese
architecture, as well as a fascinating assortment of handicrafts, lacquerware,
textiles and fresh produce. There’s also an open-air food court at the back of the
market where you can enjoy special dishes such as Vietnamese noodles, banh
bao (steamed bun with pork filling), and Chinese sausages.

  • Opening Hours: Daily 07:00 – 18:00
  • Address: 57 Thap Muoi, District 6, Ho Chi Minh City

2. AN DONG Market

An Dong Market (Craft Market) is a four-storey indoor market that houses mostly
fashion wholesalers and handicrafts stalls. A 10-minute drive from downtown Ho
Chi Minh City, fashion enthusiasts can find an extensive collection of apparel,
textiles, shoes, handbags, and accessories on the first two floors while the top
floor is dedicated to quality woodwork, lacquerware, knitwear and trinkets made
by skilled local artisans. Best of all, you can still bargain for lower prices even
though items sold here are much cheaper than Ho Chi Minh City’s more
renowned markets.

  • Opening Hours: Daily 08:00 – 14:00
  • Address: An Duong Vuong Street, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City

1. BEN THANH Market

Ben Thanh is obviously one of the must-visit icons in Saigon. Located in District
1, this bustling street market gets really packed in the mornings as locals come
here to shop for fresh fruits, spices, nuts, seafood, and household supplies.
Throughout the day (and night), you can see rows of coffee traders with various
beans on display and stalls selling apparels, textiles, luggage, watches,
handicrafts, and electronic goods until 24:00. Ben Thanh Market is also a good

place to get your fill of inexpensive street food such as pho noodles, spring rolls,
and banh xeo (crispy pancake).
Otherwise, you can get the hang of this market by booking our CITY TOUR,
which is free https://saigonfreedaytours.com/blog/tour/city-tour-in-saigon-2/

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