Phan Thiet and Mui Ne have minimal shopping for souvenirs and items of interest to most tourists. Highlights of shopping here include:
Nuoc Mam (fish sauce)
Local Produce (especially Dragon Fruit)
Cham textiles (in small quantities)
Paintings & Photos (in small...
Around Pho Hang Bong and Pho Hang Gai, just northwest of Hoan Kiem Lake, are plenty of souvenir shops selling T-shirts and Viet Cong (VC) headgear. It might be worth noting, however, that neither Ho Chi Minh T-shirts nor VC headgear are very popular apparel with Vietnamese refugees and certain war...
At the budget end of the scale, T-shirts are available from vendors along Le Loi street in the city centre, or De Tham street in the Pham Ngu Lao area. Expect to pay about US$2 for a printed T-shirt and US$3 to US$5 for an embroidered one.
Ao dai, the silk tunic and trousers, are tailored at...
1. Son Hat Shop
- Add: 149 Nguyen Van Linh street
2. Bom Hat Shop
- Add: 155 Le Loi street
3. Biti's Footwear Shop
- Add: 246 Ong Ich Khiem
- Tel: (84.511) 828322
- Add: 212 Hung Vuong street
- Tel: (84.511) 837886
4. Vina Footwear Shop
- Add: 128 Phan Chau Trinh street
The Danang Trading Supermarket located in the central of the city, near a railway station and Danang International airport. It is a place for Danang people, Vietnamese and international tourist visiting and shopping.
The Danang Trading Supermarket is divided into two main area (A Area and B Area...
1. Art gallery
- Add: 176 Tran Phu street
- Tel: (84.511) 897798
2. XQ - traditional hand-embroidered art
- Add: 39 - 41 Tran Hung Dao street
- Tel: (84.511) 816847
3. Bach Mai art gallery
- Add: 112 Trung Nu Vuong street
4. Ganesa gallery
- Add: 48 Tran Hung Dao street
Handbags, coir mats, and other fine items made from coconut shell are Ben Treâ€™s uniques. These require great dexterity of craftsmanship. You can find and choose for yourselves some of such special items at any tourist resorts that you might tour in Ben Tre, and take them with you...
Along with Hanoi, HCMC and Hoi An, Nha Trang has emerged as a reasonable place to look for art. Though actual galleries are scant, there are several local painters and photographers who display their work on the walls of Nha Trang's resorts, restaurants, cafes and bars.