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Markets are the lifeblood of Vietnam. There are thousands of them. Every little village has one, as do the biggest cities. We will start our tour after picking you up at your hotel lobby. Then, transfer to Ho Thi Ky market by cyclo which is not only close-knit to Vietnamese but also strongly connected with foreigners as all of them are attracted by this unique means at first sight visiting Vietnam.
Ho Thi Ky is considered the biggest flower market in town and is known as the Langbiang Plateau (famously located in Dalat) of HCM City. Ho Thi Ky is a wholesale market supplying flowers for both wholesale sellers in other markets or individuals wanting to buy flowers. Indulge yourself in this maze of flowers while visiting Saigon.
After that we will visit Pet market.The markets are always bustling, crowded, and exciting. Continue to Ba Hat Market, a small local market where Saigoneses people can buy fresh food, fruits.
Moving on cycle to Nhat Tao market, a busy market. Electronics suppliers in Nhat Tao are set up for the local market.A good strategy is to go in the late morning or early afternoon on a weekday or Saturday. It’s slightly less busy at those times, and I avoid Sundays because some stores will be closed or have reduced hours. Then we are going to Tan Thanh market where you can find all kinds of motorbike parts here .
Soai Kinh Lam Market is the next stop in our itinerary. Soai Kinh Lam Market has long been famous for its offer a large variety of textiles and fabrics, so many tailors and designers within the city often visit this market to purchase their customer's favorite types of fabric. Take a short cyclo trip to Binh Tay Market constructed by the French in the 1880s, is located in the centre of Vietnam’s largest Chinatown district.this market mainly serves the local population with its extensive range of fresh fruits, vegetables, poultry, meat and seafood from regions across Vietnam.This market only sells goods wholesale.
The others stop is Kim Bien Market. There are many electrical appliances and electronics, cosmetics and clothing stalls here. Furthermore, the vendors are very friendly and the price range is reasonable as well.
The last point in our tour is Thien Hau Pagoda, a Buddhist temple dedicated to the Chinese sea goddess, Mazu.When visiting make sure you take your time to look at all the small corners this temple has, as there are many sculptures, statues and artworks to discover.
8.00 – 8.30: Pick up and depart for the first point.
12.30: Tour ends
31.00 (per person)