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The view of Ben Thanh Market and parts of District 1 from my hotel.
Bến Thành Market is the largest marketplace in central Hồ Chí Minh City, Vietnam in District 1. The market is one of the earliest surviving structures in Saigon and an important symbol of Hồ Chí Minh and it's a great place to buy local handicrafts, branded goods, ao dai, a variety of coffee, knick knacks, dishwares, Vietnamese art, textiles, clothes, under-garments and other souvenirs.
Here, you’ll find eating stalls inside the market where you can get a taste of hawker-style Vietnamese cuisine. If you're looking for something authentically Vietnamese, Ben Thanh Market is the place to go.
The áo dài is a Vietnamese traditional garment, now most commonly worn by women but can also be worn by men. In its current form, it is a tight-fitting silk tunic worn over trousers.
Áo translates as "shirt" and Dài means "long".
The market is huge, and I got lost a few times trying navigate around it. Ventilation in the market isn't great, so I'd advice you not to visit the market at the hottest peaks of the day, especially if you have low blood, for you may pass out.
A hand held fan & hydrating yourself throughout your walk about in the market would be my top tip to survive the heat and the crowds.
Oh and of course don't forget to don on your fave pair of shorts, a singlet, a good pair of walking shoes and a medium sized bag-pack to carry your purchases.
When night falls, restaurants around the market will come alive, creating a colourful street side scene.
You will be right smack in the middle of the hustle and bustle of wok-fried noodles, barbecued fish and meats, filling the air with deliciousness. Morning market opens from 6am to 6pm.
Night market from 6/7pm till midnight-ish.
Traveling does throw off my schedule and even though it’s time for dinner, I don’t feel like eating a proper meal, I go straight for street food || Samosa Chaat is one of my favorite Pakistanis/Indian Street food, it’s filling and makes me feel good#saturdaynight#streetfood#samosachat#travelandlife