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Ben Thanh market in Sai Gon Ben Thanh market in Sai Gon

Vietnam's nightlife area concentrates on many restaurants, rich cuisine with many attractive dishes such as grilled dishes, snails, and smoothies,...

Bui Vien Walking Street

Bui Vien Walking Street has long been famous as the busiest Western Street in Vietnam. When mentioning this ho chi minh night market, most people think of noisy sounds and bustling music, so this place is also jokingly called by many people "the street that never sleeps".

Vietnam's nightlife area stretches through De Tham, Bui Vien, Pham Ngu Lao, and Do Quang Dau streets in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City. This place concentrates many restaurants and eateries from luxury to popular, creating a diverse and rich cuisine with many attractive dishes such as grilled dishes, snails, and smoothies,...

Saigon people like to come here to sip a bottle of beer and watch the hustle and bustle of the city at night. In addition, Bui Vien walking street on weekends becomes more bustling than ever with unique and attractive entertainment activities. Many art performances from the sidewalks to the street attract many tourists, creating a very vibrant atmosphere.


Bui Vien Walking Street in Sai Gon

Nguyen Hue Walking Street 

When it comes to entertainment spots in Saigon, surely no one knows about Nguyen Hue walking street. The street is considered the heart of this dynamic, bustling city because it is often associated with cultural and artistic activities. big art.

Compared to Bui Vien walking street, Nguyen Hue walking street is less crowded. This Vietnamese night street is also compared by many people to clean streets in Singapore, with no electric wires, no trash and tidy streets with dedicated lanes for pedestrians everywhere.

Especially in the evening, the lights from the eateries, restaurants, and cafes shine brightly, creating beautiful moments, so the favorite activity for young people when coming here is checking in virtually.

Besides, hanging out at street stalls to enjoy delicious street food, panoramic views of the street at elevated cafes, roller skating, ... there are also interesting activities that you should not miss. 

Nguyen Hue walking street

Ho Guom Walking Street (Hanoi)

One of the places to visit that you cannot miss when you have the opportunity to travel to Hanoi is Hoan Kiem Lake walking street, a street active on weekends, a place for people to have fun, relax, and live. slow down amidst the bustling streets of the capital.

Just setting foot on this walking street once, you will be surprised by the bustling atmosphere created by dance bands, dance groups, and performing arts groups performing all kinds of attractive performances. From romantic love songs or vibrant American Lantin songs to attractive dance covers from young people.

Occasionally there are traditional art programs such as Xam singing, amateur music... and especially performances by foreigners. In addition, this Vietnamese night market also attracts people with traditional folk games, imbued with Vietnamese national identity and cultural spirit.

Hoan Kiem Lake Walking Street does not have many outstanding shops, mainly lemon tea and some snacks, but you can still try walking to eat lemon ice cream, enjoy Trang Tien ice cream - a Hanoi specialty, or check out -In the Ham Ca Map building... are also memorable experiences.

Hoan Kiem Lake walking street that active on weekends

West Ta Hien Street (Hanoi)

If Saigon has Bui Vien, Hanoi also owns a "sleepless" Western street named Ta Hien. Few places in Hanoi have a unique, vibrant, and bustling beauty like Ta Hien at night. Shops and sidewalk beer bars located close together selling delicious typical sidewalk dishes of Hanoi have made an unforgettable impression on the people here and tourists from all over.

The image of young people or Western backpackers gathering to drink beer, gossip, chat, and sip cool beer has made a strong impression on tourists visiting Ta Hien for the first time.

It seems that all barriers of language, culture, cuisine, etc. have been erased. All like-minded souls blend in a bustling and together enjoying the unique features of Hanoi at night in every moment.

Hanoi also owns a "sleepless" Western street named Ta Hien

Da Lat Night Market (Lam Dong)

Da Lat night market, also known as Phu market, is a beautiful nighttime culture of the city of flowers. This Vietnamese nightlife area is located in the city center, along Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street.

Around 5 p.m., the sales kiosks along the road to Da Lat market quickly changed their appearance, the goods sold during the day were quickly cleaned up to make room for the night shops to appear. The market opens from 7pm until the midnight with all kinds of items from clothes, fabrics, souvenirs, fine arts, flowers... and of course there are indispensable specialties.

Most of the foods sold at Da Lat market are hot foods that are true "when you blow and eat". Stepping down from the slope to the top of the market, there are many small shops, or old people's carts with billowing white smoke, accompanied by a strangely fragrant smell.

When it's chilly at night, you can eat a hot bowl of chicken porridge, a cup of fragrant cow's soy milk, or grilled eggs, potatoes, or fried potatoes. I grilled it warm... what an exciting nighttime experience in Da Lat.


Da Lat market at night

Hoi An Night Market (Quang Nam)

Although not as famous as Da Lat, Saigon, or Hanoi night markets, Hoi An night markets still have unique features that can attract anyone when they have the opportunity to travel to Hoi An. Although there are not many special items at this night market, what attracts visitors is the feeling of peace and beautiful small local items such as beautiful handicrafts, ceramics, and tombstones.

But the most impressive thing is still the brilliant lantern stalls hanging along the street, making visitors feel like they are lost in another world full of poetry and magic.

Besides, when you come here you also have the opportunity to enjoy Hoi An specialties such as Quang noodles, Cao Lau, and sweet soup... All contribute to making the atmosphere of this Vietnamese night street more exciting. and rich in cultural color.


Hoi An night markets have unique features

Helio Night Market (Da Nang)

As scheduled, the Helio Da Nang night market is held every evening every week at the campus right next to the entertainment complex Helio Center on September 2 Street. Moreover, it is also located very close to Chau Chau Park. Asia, Da Nang Children's Cultural Palace, September 2nd Monument and many other interesting destinations so it is easy to find for those who come for the first time.

This Vietnamese night street is considered the busiest and busiest nightlife paradise of Da Nang city. This is not only a shopping destination but also a place that offers many unique and attractive events that attract many visitors, especially young people.

And yet, when you come to Helio Da Nang night market, you will be able to find and eat Da Nang with countless typical traditional Vietnamese dishes such as Banh Xeo, beef noodle soup and even dishes from Japan and Korea. like Tokbokki, Sushi,... will definitely satisfy diners, even the most demanding devotees.


The Helio Da Nang night market

Phu Quoc Night Market

Located right at the intersection of Bach Dang Street and Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street in Duong Dong Town, Phu Quoc Night Market is the place where tourists return after a day of fun and exploring Pearl Island. In particular, this is a tourist market famous for its hospitality, delicious food, and very reasonable prices.

Phu Quoc Night Market has more than 200 stalls with a diverse menu, from seafood, palm beefcakes, grilled rice paper, grilled spring rolls,... especially cold dishes such as rolled ice cream, coconut ice cream, or special drinks. Phu Quoc products. Not only that, the night market is also a diverse souvenir area with many types so visitors can freely choose gifts for their relatives and friends.

After a long day of fun and exploration everywhere, why don't you end with a tour of these Vietnamese nightlife areas to learn about the interesting culture and enjoy the delicious specialties of each region? Domain, we guarantee you will have many more memorable memories.

Vietnamese nightlife areas in Phu Quoc



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