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Tasty: Markets are not only a place fo buying & selling but a also heaven for foodies.

Viet phái mạnh News

by Hồng Vân

It’s often said rượu cồn market in the central đô thị of Đà Nẵng is a foodie heaven.

Located in the centre of Đà Nẵng City, the three storey market faces quang đãng Trung & Ông Ích Khiêm streets and is easy to find. It’s mở cửa from 6am till around 7.30pm.

Like other traditional market, this is where you find a variety of fare – fresh fruit, dried seafood & clothes lớn name but a few.

It is not merely a place for buyers and sellers but also a favourite spot of visitors who want to try a local dish và learn about lives of the locals.

Life here is always bustling.

The late writer tịnh tâm once said: “When one travels khổng lồ a new place, they should look for the local market. It is the place that shows you not only the economy but also a cultural slice of the local residents.”

While thủ đô is well-known for its Đồng Xuân Market, hcm City with Bến Thành, Đà Nẵng is all about Cồn.

Those old enough lớn remember will regale you with tales of how before the market came into existence, the area was an abandoned sand dune with wild cactus & beefwood trees.

In the wartime, it was the place where the French colonialists punished Vietnamese soldiers lớn warn other locals. Later, the area became a place to lớn buy và sell. In 1950s & 1960s, the market was surrounded by fancy shops selling jewelry, coffee as well as groceries.

With a petroleum station và two major bus stations nearby, hễ Market soon became a busy trading place for both locals và residents of other provinces.

Văn Hóa (Culture) Book Store, Xướng café house, Ông Tý’s bánh mì shop, Quansh Hưng Sweet cửa hàng or Thái Ngư’s phở cửa hàng were all the familiar and nostalgic names for Đà Nẵng people.

Nowadays, it’s the place where one can try almost all delicacies of Đà Nẵng và other regions at affordable prices – bún giết thịt nướng (noodle with grilled pork), bún mắm (fresh rice noodle served in broth with shrimps và herbs), mỳ quảng (Quảng Nam-based rice noodle), snails, bánh xèo (sizzling crepe with shrimp & pork filling), bánh căn (little round pancake made of rice flour, eggs and shrimp & served with dipping sauce và herbs), gỏi khô bò (salad with dried beef). Each dish ranges from VNĐ15,000 lớn 50,000.

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The symbol of Huế

Like đụng Market, Đông cha is a symbolic market of the neighbouring Huế, the land of royal citadels.

It first opened 120 years ago, stretching from the iconic Tràng Tiền lớn Gia Hội bridge covering more than 47,000 square metres.

The market was maintained and upgraded in 1987 và that same look is how visitors will see it today. With more than 2,500 booths & nine blocks of houses surrounding it, the market is the biggest in the quá Thiên-Huế Province.

This place seems to offer something for everyone. There’s an area for vegans with affordable dishes and a place for those with a sweet tooths. Local women also come here for some of the best spices around.

If one comes lớn visit the market on the first day or the fifteenth day of lunar month, they would be in awe by the flower corners và aromas of incense for worshipping.

Visitors can also find local specialties to lớn bring back home as souvenirs, including dried lotus seed and sweets.

Đông cha also has some of best food of Huế including cơm hến (rice with mussel), bánh bột lọc (steamed dumplings made of manioc flour with shrimp & pork filling), bún bò Huế (noodle soup of Huế style), bánh ram ít (glutinous rice pancake) or the so-called chè (a dessert with various toppings of banana, lotus seed, green bean, or ginger).

Visitors can get some conical hats from the craft village Phú Cam, steel and iron farming tools from hiền khô Lương blacksmith village, items of Kế Môn blacksmith village, pottery products from Phướng Tích or mats made of bamboo from thai La Village.

The booths selling fermented shrimp and shredded pork are also worth a visit.

The most colourful corner of this market is where locals sell vegetables – different types of fresh herbs, bamboo shoot, gourds & figs.

Huế is synonymous with conical hats and áo dài (traditional long dress) và Đông bố is the best place lớn buy them.

Put on your áo dài, wearing a conical hat and get out your sản phẩm điện thoại phone as there are selfie spots aplenty in Huế.

Visitors are recommended to go to the market from 3pm as that’s when many of the food booths come alive. — VNS

Pop in: rượu cồn Market is one of the must visits in Đà Nẵng City. — VNS Photos Hồng Vân
Something fishy: Dried fish, crab, squid are specialties of Đà Nẵng đô thị that one can find in hễ market.
Street life: Street food dining is a culture in Đà Nẵng and Cồn market is a heaven for foodie.
Feeling fruity: Various types of fresh fruits are available in hễ market.
Hat’s the way to vày it: Visiting the hundred-year old Đông bố market to lớn have a glimpse of locals’ life is one of the highlights of the trip to Huế. — Photo
Super soup: Bún bò Huế is one of the must try things when one visits Đông tía market. — VNS Photo Thúy Hằng