Shopping in Vietnam

Traveling to Vietnam? Awesome! We have some great news for the shopaholic inside you. Whether you are looking for the big warehouses where you can buy everything in bulk, local shops or antique artifacts, you can find everything in this awesome country.

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Here’s a selection of the best spots where you can enjoy shopping in Vietnam. Check out the list below for some real shopping inspiration!

Luxurious shopping in Diamond Plaza, Ho Chi Minh City

Diamond Plaza is one of the most high-end places in Vietnam. There you can find everything from clothes, jewelry, perfume shops and also electronics. If you are looking for a family entertaining place, Diamond Plaza is a great option. It has a large bowling alley, video arcade and also a cinema.

Fashion Boutiques in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

If you are interested in fashion, Dong Khoi Street in District 1 is a great place to start. Here you can find something for almost any taste and budget.
For those of you who love to be unique, trendy and wear niche clothes, District 1 is full with cute little boutiques selling clothes with unique cuts.

Treasure hunting on Antique Street, Ho Chi Minh City

Looking for something authentic? The major antique shopping street, Le Cong Kieu, in HCMC is the place to be for original art objects. You can literally find everything here, such as Buddha statues, vintage money, vases and old electronics.

Unique clothes at Chula Fashion Showroom, Hanoi

This fashion boutique in Hanoi has amazing clothing with unique designs and colors. Clothes are a blend of classic and modern fashion, including European and Asian inspired dresses, jackets and gorgeous silk garments. Best part: every piece of clothing in this shop is exclusive!

Silver paradise on Hang Bac Street, Hanoi

Hang Bac Street has been synonymous with jewelry for hundred of years. The artists here master the art of silver making. Here you’ll find many small outlets selling rings, necklaces and a variety of inexpensive fashion pieces. There isn’t one particular shop to check it out, so take your time to wander around.

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Saigon Street Food Tour: the 10 Tastings

Elise was great! We would have never tried the food we did on her tour. She is very knowledgeable, speaks very good English and can give some good tips. It was interesting to learn from her a bit more about the local culture. In the tour we had a good range of dishes - some were outstanding ( we are still craving the mixed green papaya salad), Vietnamese sandwich was the best we had in Vietnam. Very interesting to try the local eateries and really local dishes. Would highly recommend for anybody visiting Vietnam. Ask Elise for her advise on what specialties to bring home.