Abernathy Sahl posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago
Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City as it is termed today will be the veritable cliche -A shopper’s paradise. The main feature of shopping within the funding of Vietnam is that it is tourist oriented, just about everything on offer is meant for consumption through the hordes of visiting tourists. Having a minimum of a fundamental knowledge of bargaining would serve you well because there are many attention grabbing items displayed, from the usual touristy fare to elegant antiques and souvenirs.
The shops in Ho Chi Minh City or somewhere else in Vietnam are definately not being drab; they are a riot of colour from extensive decorative make an effort to the colorful knick knacks displayed, large is an enticing prospect for tourists. The streets in the city are lined with small outlets selling indigenously produced toys, souvenirs and clothing many of which are very reasonably priced. Shopping in Vietnam can be a mix of small vendors peddling locally made handicrafts to large western style stores selling far more luxury fare.
The main outside markets in Ho Chi Minh are Ben Thanh Market, the Night Market and also the War surplus market. The most important in the lot may be the Ben Thanh Market, which can be instantly recognized by the large clock tower at the traffic circle. This is a large old school outdoor market with hundreds of narrow alleyways that have store fronts. Because of regular patronage by tourists the marketplace has recently morphed into a tourist attraction, many stalls now sell Vietnam t-shits and counterfeit branded jeans, caps and souvenirs.
The Night Companies are located almost near the Ben Thanh Information mill usually open after 5.00 pm. This market also incorporates a few food stalls where tourists can experience some local cuisine and attempt a nearby drink. However, probably the most interesting market coming from all should be the War Surplus Market; the forex market is oftentimes called the American Market or "Cho Cu". Many military items left in the bloody American campaign up against the Viet Cong rebels, that ended with large losses of life on both sides can be seen here. American war gear including old military uniforms, GI helmets, US Marine t-shirts and old army knives are available here. This might be a fascinating place to visit for collectors and Vietnam War veterans, the authenticity of the ware cannot be verified.
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