Shops and markets in Vietnam


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October 1st 2013
Published: September 22nd 2008
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Kim Bôi market, north west Vietnam Kim Bôi market, north west Vietnam Kim Bôi market, north west Vietnam

Various types of nuts and beans are sold at the market.
When traveling all over Vietnam, I have seen various shops in different cities and towns selling local products or regular things which are necessary for daily life. One of the interesting places I would also like to visit is local markets where I can find typical products of the places. They can be flowers, cakes, food, rice, dried fish, vegetables etc. In the mountain area of northern Vietnam you can see animals sold at the Sunday markets of the ethnic minority people such as oxen, pigs, dogs, chicken, goats etc. During the festive season there are shops outside pagodas and temples which sell offerings or provide services for the visitors.

Let's have a look at the photos which I have taken and see how Vietnamese shops and markets look like.


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Kim Bôi market, north west Vietnam Kim Bôi market, north west Vietnam
Kim Bôi market, north west Vietnam

Hoa chuối (banana flowers) can be made into salad.
Kim Bôi market, north west Vietnam Kim Bôi market, north west Vietnam
Kim Bôi market, north west Vietnam

Măng (young bamboo) can be cooked as different types of food.
Kim Bôi market, north west Vietnam Kim Bôi market, north west Vietnam
Kim Bôi market, north west Vietnam

Dried fish are sold at the market.


22nd September 2008

Hot water
Great blog entry...makes me want to come back to Viet Nam.

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