Binh Tay Markets

Ngày đăng: 18/04/2016 .
An exception to the rule when it comes to market facades, Bình Tây’s exterior is a beautiful and exotic mix of French architecture in the Chinese style: a big, yellow ochre, station-esque building with tiled roof, and colourful, floral, be-dragoned motifs on the porticoes and entrances.

It’s an enourmous square structure built around a courtyard full of greenery with a shrine to the market’s founder, engulfed in incense smoke, at its centre.The section immediately after the entrance is dedicated to clothes, bags, fabrics, and scarves, which although colourful is rather boring compared to the food sections.

Around the perimeter of the courtyard you’ll find all sorts of great-looking traditional Vietnamese and Chinese candied fruits and nuts in glittering packets, and not a Cadbury or Nestle logo in sight. There are big heavy-duty bags of other dry goods here, such as biscuits, grains, beans and spices.

Follow the mouth-watering aromas all the way to the back of the market and this will lead you to a superb canteen where you could spend weeks ‘food-hopping’ from one stall to the next. The food coming out of this canteen is extraordinary, and this alone is reason enough to visit Bình Tây Market.

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Working Time (GMT+7)
Monday - Sunday: 7:00AM - 9:00PM

Sales office:
70 Vu Tong Phan, Street, District 2., HCMC
Tel: ( 84-8) 62817466 Hotline: +84 936020978

Office: Hon Gai port.,Halong City., Quang Ninh Province, Viet Nam.
Hotline: +84 936020978


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