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Hoi An Night Market

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Hoi An Night Market

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Exploring exotic scenes of Nature and Human <br><br>Marble Moutain is well-known as the most beautiful site not only among Vietnamese but also tourists. It carries an amazing value of combination between many mable and limestone caves.<br><br>Monkey Mountain should be on religion/culture lovers’ checklist. Many exciting stories of history and culture based on Buddhism have been told when visiting this place. You could also see the giant statue of Laddy Buddha which set a new record in height.
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LuizDutraNeto wrote a review Nov 2020
Rio de Janeiro, RJ8 501 contributions1 517 helpful votes
On "An Hôi Islet" and overlooking "Thu Bon River", "Hôi An Night Market" occupies the 300 meter-long "Nguyen Hoang Street". Illuminated by hundreds of beautiful colorful paper lanterns, over fifty busy stalls sell the traditional products commonly seen in other Southeast Asia markets - clothing, jewelry, accessories, small souvenirs and all the trinkets you may imagine ... But two items are very special and unique at "Hôi An Night Market": Vietnamese silk and, of course, the beautiful colorful paper lanterns! While shopping, bargaining is expected and soon you will find yourself bargaining down prices like locals! Many stalls offer typical "spicy" street food. Restaurants and pubs are just a few minutes away from the market. Bring your camera and take as many pictures as you can! Fond memories to take home! Be ready for crowds on early evenings. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Raymondale wrote a review Aug 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia746 contributions200 helpful votes
visited here last year september.it is the same, like other night markets in vietnam.but i think the price here quite higher than other place.the most attractive point of the market is the lanterns stalls.but note that some stall owners,they dont allow you to take photos in front of their stalls,unless you buy something from them or just pay the photos fees.i bought some small lanterns at the stall close to the entrance of the night market,the male owner is friendly.besides,i bought some souvenirs here,like hats,marble stuff,also had a banh mi here.though the price is pricey,still worth a visit.but you must bargain with the stall owners.
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Date of experience: September 2019
Juan D wrote a review Jun 2020
Da Nang, Vietnam24 contributions1 helpful vote
Nice place to spend an evening. Many street vendors. The prices are often high for tourists but if you really try hard you can negotiate a better price. But it is worth a visit
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Date of experience: February 2020
amanda5805 wrote a review May 2020
Duncan, Canada3 907 contributions246 helpful votes
Hoi An is beautiful any time of day but evenings were extra special and a must see. But seems to always very busy The whole town glows by the lanterns. It gives off an incredible old style vibe. Some people walking around in traditional outfits. There were a round 55 vendors. All the stalls were numbered. The locals where selling a bit of everything but really most stalls are very similar. There was lots of local street food which smelt and looked incredible. I had spicy octopus and I believe it was called a banana pancake with Nutella. They both very incredible. We didn’t have much room in our suitcases to do much shopping but prices seemed fair. All the stalls owners were very friendly and acknowledge you but didn’t really bother you if you said we are just looking. We read before we left that some people felt they could be aggressive. We did not feel that way at all. The people for the evening lantern boat rides were a little bit more aggressive. You also can mail things home if you were like sand didn’t have a lot of extra room. But it is a bit pricey. About $50CAD to ship 2, 20cm lanterns back to Canada.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Maggus wrote a review Apr 2020
Nuremberg, Germany98 contributions24 helpful votes
We highly recommend you Hoi An City and especially the night market. Such an amazing city with a really unice style.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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