Top Night Markets to visit in Indochina countries
Visiting night markets while traveling is fun way exploring your destination. Each touristy town and city will have for their own a vibrant night market. Here are some recommendations of night markets to go for on your trip to Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia.
Luong Prabang Night Market
Luong Prabang’s night market is one of the most-visited destinations in town. To make sure that you will have the best experience in this night market, we will give you a completed guide on how to have the great trip to this famous night market.
Located on Sisavangvong Road, and near the Royal Palace, Luong Prabang’s night market is a wonderful place to find great souvenirs to bring home. A lot of hand-craft things are displayed along the street. Every day, it is opened from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Long Bien Market in Hanoi
Long Bien Market will be a usual experience that you ever had. This is not the normal tourist-targeted attraction; instead, this is where the locals go. Long Bien Night Market is one of the largest night markets in Hanoi; this is the wholesale place which will provide fruits and vegetables for the whole city. So as the wholesale market, it is opened quite early, around 3 a.m. to 4 a.m. It will give you an exclusive and unique opportunity to look into the life of local.
Angkor Night Market in Siem Riep
Angkor Night Market is a newly-established market which is opened with an aim to preserve the traditional handy-craft and to open trading opportunities for the locals. From this night market, you can find the best gift for your friends and family at home. People utilize the environment-friendly materials to hand-craft these products. You can also find other interesting activities in this night market to fill your night with laughter and exciting moment.
Night Market in Hoi An
Everyone would love Hoi An at night. It is the most charming and wonderful town at night you have ever seen. If you are in Hoi An, make sure that you will spend your night wandering around this lovely town, and by then, don’t forget to drop by night market in Hoi An.
As Hoi An is the town of lanterns, therefore, when visiting this night market, don’t forget to buy a lantern and bring it home to decorate your house.