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Leitarniðurstöður fyrir „District 5, Ho Chi Minh“

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Florist
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Fataverslun
“NGUYEN TRAI Street goes from District 1 to district 5 - this street is full of shops! Vietnamese shops with western designs.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“A supermarket close by selling a great range of essentials and fresh food. Opens 7:30 - 22:00”
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Hressingarhæli
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Grocery or Supermarket

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“Popular shopping mall among locals, where Phuc Long coffee & tea, The Coffee Bean, LotteCinema are located. Opens 9:30 - 22:00”
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Verslunarmiðstöð
“Think Ben Thanh Market is the only biggest wholesale market in Saigon? THINK AGAIN! This is Binh Tay Market, older and even bigger than Ben Thanh Market, located in the heart of Chinatown. A small secret: "The goods here are SUPER CHEAP!!!"”
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Verslunarmiðstöð
“cheapest whole sale market in saigon. you can basically find all your dry goods and almost anything here”
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Verslunarmiðstöð
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“Along the street of Nguyen Trai that runs from district 1 to district 5 is multitude of clothing, accessories and cosmetic shops ranging from high-end brands to the more common kinds. Good for taking a stroll in the evening.”
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Markaðir

Markaður
“An Dong Market Ho Chi Minh houses a variety of fashion wholesalers and handicrafts stalls. Located in District 5, this indoor market opens daily from 08:00 until 14:00. Divided into four levels, fashion enthusiasts can find an extensive collection of clothing, textiles, shoes, handbags, and accessories on the first two floors. The top floor is dedicated to quality handicrafts and trinkets made by skilled local artisans. What to Buy at An Dong Market Ho Chi Minh City Some of the most popular goods at An Dong Market include woodwork, lacquer ware, and knitwear. You can also find jewelry made with gemstones such as amethyst and jade, but it can be hard to confirm its authenticity, so handicrafts are safer options if you’re unsure. The ground floor of the market has several stalls selling bulk foods, traditional snacks, and desserts for less than US$1. There’s also a food court where you can enjoy dishes such as pho, banh xeo (savory crepes), goi cuon (spring rolls), and mi quang (turmeric noodles) throughout the day. Even though items sold here are much cheaper than Ho Chi Minh City’s more renowned markets, you can still haggle for lower prices. Start at about 50% lower, then bargain with the vendor until you’ve reached an agreed price.”
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