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We have been here a couple of days
The first day we went think we got quite overwhelmed by the sellers especially the peanut ones . Lucky we don’t have a peanut allergy !
Lots of places to eat in there seafood fresh fresh fresh...More
Unless you enjoy being accosted by peanut sellers attempting to shove "free" samples into your hand every 10 metres, don't bother going here. There's the usual items you'll find being sold all over Vietnam but with a higher mark-up. There are a variety of restaurants...More
There are many things at the night market like: souvenir shops, restaurants, pubs....you can try nice street foods & drinks while walking around here....and don't forget to try Phu Quoc beer, pretty tasty it is 😃
Just try it yourself & enjoy 👍
This market sells it all. From tourist tatt to day to day food and vegetables it is here. Lots of restaurants as well heavily focused on fish. Westerners may not take too kindly to the numerous tanks of live fish for sale. Not my taste....More
Great fun to walk around, unless you don't like seafood then it won't be your thing seeing all the creatures alive waiting to be caught and cooked. Amazing fresh pure juice and coconut ice cream. Be prepared to have all types of flavoured nuts thrown...More
One thing about d locals, they are not pushy, seemly honest and quite easy going. Things there are decent, simple. We tried seafood - sea urchin, shells.. interesting. Try the pomegranate juice. Try the place at least once, that’s as much the city can offer....More
It was so crowded and lively! We wanted to eat fresh seafood and entered one of the seafood restaurants with water pool. Entering, we chose some kinds of shrimps and clams and asked to cook. Shrimps were so lively that a clerk was difficult to...More
So many selections of restaurant and foods to choose from, could be better if they stop dragging tourist into their restaurant and bring sample to your face on every step you walk -- I was tire of saying "no Thank you" all night long.