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Hoi An Night Market, occupying Nguyen Hoang Street in the centre of town, consists of over 50 local vendors selling a variety of local snacks, trinkets, clothing, jewellery, and accessories. Widely regarded as one of the most popular markets in...more
All reviews no pressure stall number stalls sell banana pancakes stall holders street food beautiful lanterns for sale fair price buy something walk around great price old town great service souvenirs mr necklace
We went to Hoi An on the full moon as a Local told us that the street lights are turned off at this time so that the lanterns are shown in their best light.
Unfortunately the sheer thousands of people that were there on the...More
We visited the Night Market on the night of the Lantern Festival. Beautiful streets and river setting. Market was very busy but still able to pick up some good buys, especially lovely, cheap lanterns. It was a great atmosphere in the Market and streets with...More
This beautiful town’s ambiance is being destroyed by this circus every evening...the amount of people are unbelievable - and the amount of plastic trinkets made in China being sold here is a real shame. Another city slowly being swallowed up by tourists and pollution. Hopefully...More
We love a good night market and this one doesn't disappoint, although what was best was that you could still pop into the shops and when you're all done jump on a lantern boat and have a quick turn in the lake and set a...More
When you visiting the area have a meal along the river,prices are good and the food is great,the market is very crowded and if you have trouble walking it can be a bit of a chore to get though the throng especially around 1900 hrs...More
We went to the Night Market right across from the Ancient City. We ate dinner at the MorningGlory Restaurant, over looking the canal in front of the Ancient City. People were taking boat rides on boats lit by lanterns; then floating lit candles on the...More
The visitors to Hội An Ancient Town multiple significantly when it begins to get dark. This is in part because of the daytime heat and that many come here for a dining, drinking, shopping, sightseeing and/or romantic evening adventure. Great atmosphere, vibes, and ambiance.
Response from ShaunReinhardt | Reviewed this property |
It’s every night. There are several great places. Mango mango is amazing, but the prices are similar to a nice restaurant in the US or Europe. I other great restaurant is morning glory, for traditional Vietnamese.