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Nothing really special but it is fun to watch the men play checkers. There’s a lot of old porcelain or maybe porcelain that is not that old, it is not very crowded and I did not see one person buying anything.
We had difficulty finding this street. However, once there we found interesting items to purchase. A number of shops have similar items, which varied significantly in price for the same type piece. We purchased an old ceramic medicine jar from one shop for $15 US....More
We found the selection very limited, lots of Chinese porcelain pieces and they all sold the same metal pieces. Nothing exciting and it’s quite small as well.
Vendors weren’t very interested to engage in a conversation which didn’t help with the overall experience.
We had to be in this area for business, so we checked google if there was anything else to do whilst here, up popped this hidden gem, then we looked on TA for reviews, which weren't overly favourable, we went anyway as we were going...More
So your looking for some Antiques. Antique Street certainly has lots selection although how many are actually antiques is a different matter. Interesting rummaging thru the different shops and wares. All sorts on offer, Furniture, Blinds, Porcelain, Watches, Ornaments.
Antique street is handy to central Ho Chi Minh City and easily able to be walked from the famous Ben Thanh markets. If you are not expecting luxurious antique boutiques and are comfortable with rustic old narrow stores displaying an array of Vietnamese and Asian...More
This tiny street a short distance from Ben Tanh market is worth a look if just for the old shopfronts. Interesting array of antiques, with some reproductions. Mainly older shopkeepers with limited English. A nice little street.
We went to this street with a guide on a private tour. Well worth a look - definitely lots of one-off pieces, and some moe 'souvenir' type stock. I was really taken with something but didn't buy because I thought I might see something similar...More