Delicious food that makes people drool in the night market

Vietnam also has many night markets, and their operating hours are very long! If you are a night owl when it comes to dining, Vietnam is definitely your paradise. Even late at night, you won't feel hungry. If there's nowhere else to go, why not try exploring the flower market that opens until dawn? Moreover, Vietnam also has many unique night markets waiting for you to discover!

Hanoi's Old Quarter Night Market

The night market in Hanoi is located from 6pm to 12am every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and is one of the favorite places for tourists to visit in Hanoi. In addition to the rows of food stalls on Hang Dao street, there are also various types of fruits for people to taste. If you walk along Hang Ngang street and Hang Giay street, you will be able to find many souvenirs, affordable clothes, shoes, and handicrafts. The night market is most lively after 8pm, but vehicles or motorcycles are not allowed in the market area, allowing you to shop without being disturbed by noise.

Quang Ba Flower Market

This is the largest night flower market in Hanoi. What's astonishing is that it opens at 12 midnight and reaches its busiest time between 3 and 4 in the morning. Especially before the Chinese Lunar New Year, the market continues until evening, which means you can buy your favorite flowers whenever you visit! Even if you don't plan to make a purchase, you can enjoy the various styles of flower carts and colorful flowers on the roadside. Admiring the beautiful scenery makes us feel joyful, which is the essence of Hanoi nightlife.

Halong Night Market

This is the old night market of Bai Chay Tourism Area (khu du lịch Bãi Cháy), but it was replaced by the Ha Long Night Market after 2015. The facilities here are very well-equipped, providing not only lighting and fan systems, but also a dedicated parking lot, making it convenient for people to visit the night market. However, the most appealing feature of the night market is the variety of unique souvenirs, handicrafts, women's clothing, as well as tempting fried squid and dried squid. Whatever you like, this place can meet your needs!

Hoi An Night Market

Hoi An night market has nearly 50 shops, mainly selling handicrafts and other goods. Many tourists can find lanterns of different colors and fabric bags as souvenirs here. Of course, the food at the night market is very abundant. If you walk to the snack street next to the night market (khu phố ẩm thực đêm), you can taste characteristic dishes such as hot pot and chicken rice, and the prices are not too high.

Night market in Nha Trang

Nha Trang night market has over a hundred businesses, mainly selling various souvenirs, handicrafts, clothing, and shoes, as well as some sea products such as snails, clams, and corals. However, the most popular items are the various handicrafts from villages in central and southern Vietnam, with a wide variety. In terms of food stalls, there are specialties from Nha Trang, Phan Rang, and Da Lat, and seafood-loving tourists should come here to try their hand.

Da Lat Night Market

Dalat Night Market, also known as the "Market of the Underworld" (chợ Âm Phủ), should not be missed despite its mysterious and eerie name. The locals usually come to the market between 2 and 3 in the morning, which creates a unique eerie atmosphere with flickering oil lamps and shadows appearing in the mist. However, this does not prevent you from strolling, exploring, and trying out the delicious food here. You will be attracted to the diverse selection of woolen sweaters, silk scarves, and local specialties in the market. And, of course, don't forget to taste the unique snacks from various food stalls, such as soy yogurt, grilled rice paper, and crab noodle soup. It is important to note that after midnight, the market turns into a food and agricultural products market and no longer sells other goods. So, make sure to visit at the right time.