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Dalat Market, Da Lat

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Dalat Market serves as the perfect place to shop for local products typical of the highlands, such as dried fruit, silk embroideries, and high quality woolen clothes. During the day, the outdoor stalls are packed with mostly fruit and flowers. However, when evening falls, stalls with food, second-hand clothing, and handicrafts occupy the streets around the market, which close for traffic. Taste some of the local specialties, and pick up some delicious preserved foods and teas to take home. The new brick market replaced an old wooden one from the 1930s, which was destroyed by fire. Plan to see Dalat Market and other attractions that appeal to you using our Da Lat vacation trip planner.
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  • The Da Lat Central Market area serves the Vietnamese as morning and night market. It operates from 0:4 am. to ... for morning business, which sale the cheapest vegetables and fruits. At night time, th...  more »
  • Are you visiting Nha Trang and then Dalat or perhaps another city first. The Dalat night market Beats the Nha Trang night market hands down. Whilst it is not a Taiwanese night market it's pretty good....  more »
  • We went to this at night and what a ball we had. We did not see many westerners in the big crowds of people that were there. We really got a sense of the local life. Lots of great street food to be ha...  more »
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  • Dalat rice paper pizza with egg and cheese, so good! Lot's of street food, warm soya and peanut milk is great for the chill nights. The police come once a night to clear the road and is fun to watch everyone move then set back up right as they leave.
  • One of the omnipresent night markets in Asia, this one is laid out for the comparatively chilly environment of Dalat. From the local produce and preserves over interesting plants and artwork to clothing it has many things to offer. I would try the many warm dishes like spicy stew or fried rice paper. People enjoy these treats huddled together under an umbrella in the likely case it's drizzling down again. If you continue behind the building of the Central Market, you find a host of second hand clothing from Europe. While this is the stuff you actually threw a couple months ago in one of these charity boxes, for many backpackers it is ideal, because it's European size.
  • Worth a short visit.... It's a very cool Night Market but after awhile it gets very repetitive. Many shops are selling the EXACT same things, not a lot of bargaining going on. To top it all off, they claim it's a "WALKING MARKET" yet hundreds of locals blast through on scooters and motorcycles making it loud and dangerous to walk. Some good deals here, but only a few special, local things. The rest is all crap marketed to the Chinese Tourists. Go for a bit, but you can find better things elsewhere.
  • Not as good as the guides says. Small market, good enough to buy souvenirs. Maybe I've been desapointed because I really loved the food market in Thailand. This is a market, not really a food market as we saw almost in every website or guide.
  • Nice market with food, clothes, souvenirs, flowers and many other things. Good place to end the day just wandering.