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Reviewed September 28, 2010

It's crowded at the market. There're many kinds of food and fresh fruit. A typical vietnamese market.

2  Thank MetalPasi
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Reviewed July 19, 2010

This market is the same as most markets throughout Asia, but provides an interesting walk through for an hour or so. Not something you would bother with if you were on a very limited schedule though. Cheap winter clothing on the top floor, produce and meat produces on the ground level.

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Reviewed April 7, 2010

I spent 4 nights in Da Lat and visited the market almost everyday. The fresh avocado milk shake is something I will want to have more. The chinese man who runs a little eatery shop along the road served very good noodle. In the shopping arcade, I found a stall that sell knit wear and most of them are hand-made by a lady. The price is reasonable good. Da Lat is such an interesting place to go.

Thank Licia Y
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Reviewed February 18, 2010

To market, to market to buy coffee, artichoke tea, candied fruits, fresh exotic fruits, flowers, clothes, made in China knick knacks, seafood, meat... Prices are marked but there is room to haggle. There is a grocery store at the top level with shelves and shelves of different kinds of made in Vietnam tea (mostly tea with some added flower or herb.)

This place is open from morning til late afternoon. It caters mostly to locals, so prices are good. As Dalat is generally temperate, it's nice to wander around this market to get a sense of the kinds of food available. Plenty of photo opps too. Takes about an hour or two to wander this market.

When in Dalat do check out the market. It is a locals' market rather than one geared to tourists.

3  Thank poggibonzzi
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Reviewed January 22, 2010

Do not go here alone. The food is overpriced and the quality is out of the question: bad. I tried one time and it turned out to be my worst experience in Dalat: they force you to order bigger portion (for 4 persons) while there was only me!
Tip: if you really want to buy flowers and fresh vegetables home, wake up early in the morning. There are many vendors coming right to your hotel door and sell them with much lower price.

Thank Lam D
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