The 6 best shopping streets in Hanoi
Updated at Monday, 31 Jul 2017, 15:22
The Hanoitimes - Check out the 6 best shopping streets in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Hang Non Street
Hang Non Street, Hang Gai Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam. It’s 215m long, from Hang Quat to Duong Thanh street, crossing Hang Dieu street. In the past, they sold homemade Vietnamese conical hats on this street.
Hang Non Street.
Today, mostly they sold many items of clothing import from Guangzhou City, China, and South Korea. All items of clothing at stores in Hang Non Street have a prize from VND200.000 – 300.000.
Hue Street, Hang Bai Ward, Hoan Kiem District and Ngo Thi Nham – Pho Hue ward, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi, Vietnam.
It’s 1,2km long, from intersection Ham Long – Hang Bai, runs straight to intersection Dai Co Viet – O Cau Den, crossing intersections Nguyen Du – Le Van Huu, Tran Nhan Tong – Tran Xuan Soan, Tue Tinh – Hoa Ma, To Hien Thanh – Nguyen Cong Tru.
Two important markets for retail are located in this street: Gioi market – a flea market famous for cheap technologies, mostly “made-in-China” types. The other one is Hom market – a good place to look around and shop for fabric and other kinds of stuff in general. Besides two important markets, Hue Street is the one where have many fashion shops. In here, you can buy many items of clothing from Guangzhou City, China, and Thailand.
Dinh Liet Street
Dinh Liet Street was one of the street in Hang Bac Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi. The street has a length of 180 m in the north-south direction. The street runs from Hang Bac Street through the street of Gia Ngu to the street of Cau Go.
Dinh Liet Street.
Dinh Liet Street is only a small street in the Old Quarter. It does not play the role of a vital transportation road. Instead, it is the venue of gift shops and street food. Dinh Liet Street is best known as the items are made from wool.
The scarf is an item can’t miss in Hanoi winter. Scarves beautify charming girls on the shoulder or scarves become the cloaks flowing long dress, they keep warm as well. To buy yourself a scarf, people often find on Dinh Liet Street where the street is well-known for items made from wool. Besides that, you can find for yourself many items made in Vietnam.
Quan Thanh Street
Quan Thanh Street 1,36km long, from Hang Than Street to Thanh Nien Road, crossing Hoe Nhai, Hang Bun, Yen Ninh, Cua Bac, Dang Dung, Nguyen Bieu and Dang Tat Street.
Quan Thanh Street.
Quan Thanh temple, formerly known as Tran Vu Temple, is located on this street. As one of the Four Keeping Temples of the capital, Quan Thanh Temple worships Tran Vu God, who protects the North. The temple was built in the early years when Ly Thai To moves the capital from Hoa Lu to Thang Long, located in a very beautiful terrain on Co Ngu Road (Thanh Nien road nowadays), facing to West lake.
Besides that, Quan Thanh Street also is best known for selling the great selection of jackets in good sizes. Prices for good quality North Face etc ranged from VND600.000 to around 950.000. Full marks for variety in sizes, colors, and styles.
Nui Truc Street
Nui Truc street, Giang Vo ward, Ba Dinh district, Hanoi, Vietnam. It’s 700m long, connects Giang Vo and Kim Ma street. Nui Truc lane is situated on this street. It’s 470m long, from Giang Van Minh to intersection Nui Truc – Nam Cao. This new name was given in July 1999.
Nui Truc Street.
Nui Truc Street is best known for sold Hip Hop style items. If you want to have a T-shirt with XXL size or one modern snapback and cool sneakers… you can't miss all items in Nui Truc Street.
Hanoi night market
Hanoi night market, also known as Dong Xuan night market, is weakly held on weekend evenings in the Old Quarter of Ha Noi. It’s a very interesting place that all visitors should not miss if they have a chance to travel to Hanoi.
Hanoi night market.
Hanoi night market spreads from Hang Dao Treet to Dong Xuan Market; this creates the walking street where all kinds of vehicles are not permitted.
There are various kinds of products in Hanoi night market. People can find clothes, sweets, salted dry fruit, decorations, toys, stationeries, sundry goods on the streets: Hang Ngang, Hang Duong, Luong Van Can, Hang Ma, Ngo Gach and Hang Ca, while goods and facilities are mostly sold from Dong Xuan Market to Hang Giay Street.
For many Hanoians, coming to the night market becomes a habit even when they don’t want to shop, just stroll to feel the atmosphere, chat with family or friends and enjoy some snack.