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Hoi An Night Market, Hoi An Overview

Located in the centre of An Hoi Island, the Hoi An Night Market is all about pretty Vietnamese souvenirs, finger licking delicious local food and hundreds of stunning lanterns that illuminated the entire street, bringing it to life. Occupying the 300 metres long Nguyen Hoang Street that overlooks the Thu Bon River, it is one of the must-visit spots to be swept away with different smells, noises and throngs of people.

There are over 50 vendors at the Hoi An Night Market selling snacks, clothing, jewellery, lanterns, shoes, lacquer wear and accessories. This night market is also a great place to take a million pictures with its sparkling display of lights and lanterns floating down the river.

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Things to Buy at Hoi An Night Market

Coffee and Silk: Hoi An’s coffee and silk products are very famous amongst tourists. 

Lanterns: The night market has an entire section for lantern lovers. One might spot a number of shops in that particular area selling all different shapes, sizes and colours of lanterns. The lanterns are not only unique and attractive but also easily transportable since they are foldable so no need not worry about the amount of space it will take. 

Bamboo: The handcrafted bamboo products are also to look forward to.

Trinkets and Jewellery: Another thing to buy at Hoi An Night Market is the pretty little rice necklace as souvenirs. The unique part about the rice necklace is that the names is enagraved on the rice grain.

Non La:
 This is the traditional Vietnamese hat.

Straw Bags: The straw bags in the market are a good grab if looking to buying a nice bag that stands out.

Ceramic Items: The ceramic Vietnamese home décor items are another thing to buy while shopping at Hoi An Night Market. 

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Food at the Night Market

  • Watch out for the seafood options at Hoi An Night Market: shrimp, octopus, scallops, and squid.
  • The meat skewers have a range of choices like beef, frog, chicken and pork. T
  • he must-have foods that every foodie should definitely try are the Vietnamese pizza, sausage rolls, coconut candy and cake, grilled banana with sticky rice and the local favourite Che soup.
  • The authentic night market specials and typical Vietnamese meals include Com Ga, Cao Lau and Mi Guang.
  • For dessert, try the famous ice cream with Vietnamese twist or Thai banana pancakes. This ice cream is made from condensed milk poured on an ice-cold metal topped with whipped cream and different sprinkles or fresh fruit.
  • Try the locally preferred nuoc mia (sugar cane) juice. 

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