The night market is very huge which have occupied few of the streets. The more impressive was the big crowd along the streets. Must be careful of your belongings and small kids. Some of the stalls sel...
It's an nice stroll and you can see many different items for sale. Prices and items are geared towards tourists, so compare and bargain hard it you are interested in buying. Be aware of cheap quality ...
We have been to many night markets in the Asia Pacific region and this one definitely ranks as the worst. Mainly clothes, footwear, tacky jewellery, sunglasses, mobile phone covers etc. It is not a pa...
Came here after a recommendation from our hotel receptionist. The night market is really cool and very authentic. It’s really busy but it’s good fun walking up and down haggling with the market trader...
Every street in Hanoi has different characteristics at night.
We went to other places on the second night. There are many different views here. There are also calligraphy to write Chinese. A wide variety of accessories, a wide range of goods, most tourists are also taking photos here.
The central road of the Hanoi night market
Hanoi on Friday night will be blocked, and there will be a vendor next to the road. This is the night market in Hanoi.
The night market is very lively, and one road has been occupied by most of the vendors on both sides. Pedestrians can only choose a little bit to walk through here.
It is close to 12 o'clock in the evening, and the streets and lanes are still crowded. People everywhere can sit on the streets, drink coffee and drink the squid, and they are very busy. The only shortcoming of
may be that people are too much too noisy, there are many handicrafts in the city, and there are many cheaper styles. If you want to bring small gifts, you can buy them here.
The Night Market is an area in Hanoi near Hoan Kiem Lake featuring lots of street vendors and food stalls. Particularly lively at night and on the weekends, there will always be people filling the streets and clamoring for a seat at one of the small sidewalk cafes and restaurants. Visiting here is a great way to gain an understanding of local Vietnamese culture and enjoy a meal or do some shopping with local residents. It’s easy to spend a few hours eating or wading around the streets.