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Best stores in Mekong River

Market
“Center Saigon traditional market Shopping, food, souvenir shop, flower shop, jewelry, fruits, fabrics...they have all that you need. A must visit place”
171 locals recommend
Market
“Pratunam Market is a treasure trove of clothes, textiles, fashion accessories, and handmade crafts at cheap, wholesale prices, making this very busy market popular with locals and bargain shoppers.”
42 locals recommend
Floating Market
“Covering an area of 100,000sqm, the Four Regions Floating Market is separated into four sections – each representing and selling items from the four major parts of Thailand (north, northeast, central and south). Expect to find many eateries, fruit stalls, souvenir shops and some art galleries. There is also a cultural show every afternoon. The 350 million baht market has over 114 shops and water vendors selling authentic Thai food, desserts and specialties from all over the kingdom. For a floating market experience, hire a man-powered boat to get around and discover the richness of the surrounding Thai architecture and riverside life. Typically, the boat is big enough for four people and can”
46 locals recommend
Department Store
“In Ho Chi Minh City, the place for hunting (Fake of course) branded fashion product with affordable price is Saigon Square. There were large variety fake product offered, mostly clothes. Most of seller rarely sell same product model each other. Few kiosk were selling souvenir. Handi from Indonesia”
40 locals recommend
Market
“Tan Dinh Church Saigon is a Romanian-style church in Ho Chi Minh City, where you can see intricate Gothic and Renaissance elements that have managed to survive Vietnam’s turbulent periods. Built in 1876 and spanning 60 metres in height, it’s widely regarded as the second biggest church in Ho Chi Minh City, after Notre Dame Cathedral. Nearby the gate are two massive bell towers, while the bright pink church is fitted with three beautifully-decorated Italian marble altars. ”
30 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Beers, Coffee, Foods, chilling places for groups of friends or small family. ”
35 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“*Loads of nice restaurants with the views of the river * Enjoy cruising along Chao Phraya river ”
8 locals recommend
Floating Market
“Khlong Lat Mayom is one of the three floating markets located close to Bangkok, no more than twenty kilometres from town and accessible by taxi. Khlong Lat Mayom is nothing like the huge touristy Damnoen Saduak or the crowded Amphawa but really has the charm and authenticity of a local market and you might be one of the only foreigners around. You can spend a couple of hours here then move to the largest Taling Chan floating market, just a couple of kilometers away.”
18 locals recommend
Sporting Goods Shop
“A mega mall has a lot of services: shopping mall, cinema, cafes, aquarium...”
8 locals recommend
Market
“Experience a bustling life of Vietnamese wholesale sellers but you still can find retail shops here. You must try many types of "bun", "Pho" and "che" in a small alley of the market. This is a true experience.”
5 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“It is where many products are sold such as electricity devices, computer appliances, stereos, game players, cinema-videos, VCDs, DVDs, car accessories, general non-fashionable clothes and others fashion-in-trend items: glasses, watches, calculators at reasonable price. ”
5 locals recommend
Market
“Longtime market area for tools & gifts Flea market with shops on 4 different streets, featuring spare parts, tools & souvenirs”
5 locals recommend
Market
“An Dong Market Ho Chi Minh houses a variety of fashion wholesalers and handicrafts stalls. Located in District 5, this indoor market opens daily from 08:00 until 14:00. Divided into four levels, fashion enthusiasts can find an extensive collection of clothing, textiles, shoes, handbags, and accessories on the first two floors. The top floor is dedicated to quality handicrafts and trinkets made by skilled local artisans. What to Buy at An Dong Market Ho Chi Minh City Some of the most popular goods at An Dong Market include woodwork, lacquer ware, and knitwear. You can also find jewelry made with gemstones such as amethyst and jade, but it can be hard to confirm its authenticity, so handicrafts are safer options if you’re unsure. The ground floor of the market has several stalls selling bulk foods, traditional snacks, and desserts for less than US$1. There’s also a food court where you can enjoy dishes such as pho, banh xeo (savory crepes), goi cuon (spring rolls), and mi quang (turmeric noodles) throughout the day. Even though items sold here are much cheaper than Ho Chi Minh City’s more renowned markets, you can still haggle for lower prices. Start at about 50% lower, then bargain with the vendor until you’ve reached an agreed price.”
5 locals recommend
Market
“Established in 1889, Dong Xuan Market is housed within a four-storey Soviet-style building on the northern edge of Hanoi Old Quarter. It’s also known as Hanoi’s largest indoor market, offering a wide range of goods such as fresh produce, souvenirs, accessories and clothing, as well as electronic and household appliances. Similar to most markets in Southeast Asia, Dong Xuan Market has a bustling wet market section on the ground floor, where locals shop for seafood, meat, and vegetables while the back section sells an array of pets (cats, dogs, and fish) and fresh flowers from all across Vietnam. If you’re looking to shop for souvenirs, head to the upper levels, where you can find numerous stalls selling tee shirts, fabrics, school uniforms, handbags, handicrafts, all of which are sold at wholesale prices. ”
4 locals recommend
Floating Market
“Interesting place to visit and to indulge yourself with local food, sweets as well as products and handcraft items . Besides several very gorgeous but not so well-known ruins and temples complex remainings are located just walking distance from that place. There is a big storage of the second hand items from Japan as well. Lots of interesting, quality and useful finds at a really cheap prices!”
2 locals recommend