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“street food” (31 reviews)
“asian night” (5 reviews)
Hang Duong, Hanoi, Vietnam
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Worth-going, definitely. We stary at the lake and finish at the end of this long street. You can buy something to eat, some sweets, ice-cream, but also fake "adidas" t-shirts or electronics like "JBL"😂 Negotiate hardly! You can pay even a hard of a price,...More

Thank Kamil B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We loved these markets. The only expectation we had was that we would have a good time looking around and enjoying the people and culture and the market night life. We were not after any specific bargains so no disappointments there, but nonetheless enjoyed the...More

1  Thank Nunngo
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Poor quality of the same stuff. The stall holders aren't interested in engaging. Don't waste your time.

Thank Michelle H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

If you've been to street markets, this is similar. It joins with the weekend night market. We ate here two nights in a row. Food is reasonable and tasty. We ordered the fried noodles with beef 50,000 VND and pho beef 25,000 VND. Eager to...More

Thank Adeline C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

If you are in Hanoi there is not as much to do in night-time so you go on weekend to the night market because everyone go. You can find there a lot of things you don't need but also the little things you need and...More

Thank Ronny T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This multi-block street market offers a bit of everything you must get want to take home from Hanoi. Cold beers and shopping, street food and night life are just a few options you have at the night market. Some stalls can be a bit repetitive,...More

Thank Chris D
Reviewed 20 August 2017

In the cooler night air you can stroll up and down the market for what seems like miles. Forget the fact that many if not most of the stalls are selling the same thing and just enjoy the experience. Along the way stop to buy...More

Thank paul r
Reviewed 19 August 2017

The night market is opened only on the weekends and it gets EXTREMELY crowded. The vendors sell various merchandise (e.g. shirts, shoes, souvenirs, bracelets, etc). The majority of the stands sell similar items and thus the price range is all similar. We went during mid-July,...More

Thank John L
Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

We normally love night markets. We when twice, both times awful. Unfriendly stall holders who have no idea how to engage there customers. These were the only times in a decade that my daughter has come back from a shopping trip without buying anything. One...More

Thank GBflysagain
Reviewed 12 August 2017

Night market is packed with so many people all over Hanoi. Local people selling stuff, local people buying stuff, tourists buying and bargaining. It is somewhat chaotic but the market shows a feature of the city itself. Very interesting place. If you want cheap t...More

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megan w
28 December 2016|
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Response from Jonathan J | Reviewed this property |
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1 October 2016|
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Response from BINHTRAN1029 | Reviewed this property |
Don't just follow the main streets, there are more interesting places than that, and they're cross that main street, it take you some steps to get there. - Ouside of Bach Ma temple (intersection Hang Buom- Hang Giay... More
Adam R
7 July 2016|
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Response from doctorse7en | Reviewed this property |
Hi Adam The Night Market is opened on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. They start setting up shop at around 18:30 and close at around 23:00. They do sell copy watches there but I wasn't buying any, so I don't know the price.