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Dalat Market, Da Lat
(3.8/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Huge market territory, is sold practically everything you can see and buy exotic fruits, you can bargain or simply chat with Vietnamese, very nice people.
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  • There are a lot of stalls but most are selling the same things or food, so not much of varieties. Visit here during raining days is a challenge. 
  • There are many things on offer at this colourful, including clothes and beautiful flowers (which are exported all over Vietnam), but the most interesting items for us were fruit, dried and candied, es...  more »
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  • "Cẩn tắc vô áy náy"
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  • Having been travelling through South East Asia for 2 months now, this market was one of the nicest I've visited due to the array of choice and it's remarkably clean, well organised, tidy and feels safe. Locals sell fresh vegetables grown from the surrounding farms, including beautiful strawberries and blackberries which are made into gorgeous jams. If you want souvenirs you'll be spoilt for choice and there's really tasty places to get great budget meals, sit back, relax and watch the world go by. If you want to go a bit more upmarket countless restaurants surround the market and offer a vast choice to cater for every taste.
  • It's a very nice market and you see a lot of Vietnamese Street food stuff, artichoke tea and dalat wine. But nothing out of the ordinary. No grilled dogs.
  • A memorable experience. So much to see. A lot of fresh fruit and vegetables along with prepared foods. This is an impressive sight at night as well. *Do not miss*