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  • Shannon Hampton posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago

    Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City as it is known today is the veritable cliche -A shopper’s paradise. The main feature of shopping throughout the funding of Vietnam is it is tourist oriented, every little thing being offered is meant for consumption with the hordes of visiting tourists. Having a minimum of a fundamental familiarity with bargaining would serve you well here as there are lots of attractive items presented, in the usual touristy fare to elegant antiques and souvenirs.

    The shops in Ho Chi Minh City or elsewhere in Vietnam are not even close to being drab; they’re a riot of colour from extensive decorative make an effort to the colorful knick knacks displayed, the color is surely an enticing prospect for tourists. The streets in the city are lined with small outlets selling indigenously produced toys, souvenirs and clothing most of which are incredibly cost-effective. Shopping in Vietnam is really a blend of small vendors peddling locally made handicrafts to large western style malls selling much more up market fare.

    The principle outdoor markets in Ho Chi Minh are Ben Thanh Market, a night Market and also the War surplus market. The most important with the lot could be the Ben Thanh Market, which can be instantly identified by the large clock tower nearby the traffic circle. It is a large old school outside market with a huge selection of narrow alleyways which may have store fronts. As a result of regular patronage by tourists the market industry has recently morphed in to a tourist attraction, many stalls now sell Vietnam t-shits and counterfeit branded jeans, caps and souvenirs.

    The night time Market is located almost next to the Ben Thanh Information mill usually open after 5.00 pm. Forex trading also incorporates a few food stalls where tourists may suffer some local cuisine and check out a neighborhood drink. However, the most interesting market of most is the War Surplus Market; forex is sometimes known as the American Market or "Cho Cu". Many military items left over from your bloody American campaign from the Viet Cong rebels, that ended with large losses of life on both sides is seen here. American war gear for example old military uniforms, GI helmets, US Marine t-shirts and old army knives can be bought here. This could be a fascinating location to visit for collectors and Vietnam War veterans, though the authenticity with the ware can not be verified.

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