Hang Da Market in Hanoi
Hanoi in Vietnam attracts lot of visitors to its unique tourist destinations. However, when you look forward to other things to do in Hanoi after a hectic exploration of the tourist sites, you can straight head towards a vigorous shopping experience, Interestingly enough, Hanoi is known as one of the most attractive shopping destinations in Asia.
Van Phuc Silk Village
Van Phuc Silk Village - Vạn Phúc Ward of Hà Đông District, Hà Nội, has been known for many centuries with the brand name: Hà Đông silk and Vân Village silk. Located on the bank of the Nhuệ River with velvety mulberry groves and rice fields, Vạn Bảo fiefdom has been known as mulberry planting and silkworm breeding village since the 9th century.
Shopping in Halong Bay
Shopping in Halong Bay - Halong night market: Vietnamese handicrafts in Halong night market
The Ha Long night market at Bai Chay is a collection of stalls selling various Vietnamese products. Trading can be done in Dong, USD, Reminbi and even Malaysian ringgit.
Shopping In Hanoi
If you want to catch the cultural quintessences of Vietnam, first visit Hanoi and if you want to catch the quintessence of Hanoi’s cultures, then come first to the Old Quarter. This area is a warren of valleys with names that could arouse a strong thirst for shoping in you. Just to name a few, Hang Bac means silversmiths, Hang Bong means cottons, Hang Cot means bamboo latices, or Hang Da means leather.