Old Quarter Night Market – a special “fair” in the heart of the old town has long been a familiar destination of Hanoi people every weekend. This is not only a place for normal trading activities but also a place for cultural exchange, preserving many unique features of 36 streets in Hanoi, attracting domestic and foreign tourists.
Where is Hanoi Old Quarter Night Market
Hanoi Old Quarter Night Market is located on the 3km long street from Hang Dao Street to the gate of Dong Xuan Market. Regardless of the rain and shine, from 6pm to 11pm every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the streets of Hang Ngang, Hang Dao and Hang Duong are bustling than ever.
Bustling fairs in the heart of the old town
Located among the ancient streets of Hanoi, this special “fair” gathers up to nearly 4,000 booths with a variety of categories and items ranging from clothes, toys, souvenirs to crafts. fine arts, food, … with relatively affordable prices, suitable for the pocket of many tourists when coming here. Entering the market, you will be immersed in the space of colorful and vibrant atmosphere. In the bright light, the items for sale become more sparkling, more attractive and attractive to visitors. Especially during the Mid-Autumn Festival, Christmas or Lunar New Year, the lanterns, star lights, Christmas decorations, … many colors are sold that makes anyone passing by have to stop to look.
Visit the old town night market, you will feel overwhelmed in front of an extremely rich and attractive dining paradise. Walking along the streets, you can freely choose many dishes from pure Vietnamese, famous gifts of Hanoi to Korean dishes or Asian – European dishes. The dishes that are loved by the young people at the old town night market are grilled sour rolls, grilled skewers, fried snails, chunks, Korean rolls, Tokbokki, tea, smoothies, … The price is quite reasonable so it attracts a lot of young people as well as tourists gather and chat with friends.