We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews clock tower main market cho lon lotus seed sensory overload crowded market locals shop initial price stalls selling great market stall holders photo opportunities wet market t shirts hcm city fruit ben
Take bus No 1 from district 1 to the market cost VND5000. It takes about 20 minutes to reach there. The market just newly renowate. All the store are zoned according to the items selling. Basically the price over here is cheaper compare with Ben...More
A place where you get fruits, bags, T-shirt, foods, souvenirs and imitation items. price negotiation is required but once they’re priced lagree on your you must buy or they will start to shout at you. A good place to buy cashew nuts,pine nuts, almond etc....More
I visited Cho Binh Tay after a recommendation from a friend. The market itself is very cramped and would be hard, if not impossible, to manoeuvre a pram or wheelchair. They are mainly catered to wholesalers- probably those who sell things at Ben Thanh. You’ll...More
A wholesale market and way inexpensive than Ben Thanh. The sellers are not pushy and don’t chase you. We didn’t buy much as most of it is whole sale. We’ve got to bear in mind that you get what you pay for and all branded...More
It's about a 5 mile walk from Dong Khoi area to Binh Tay market through Cholon. Walked through some old districts. Vey busy market area all around and leading up to Binh Tay market. Old market clock building. A working market selling textiles. 2 floors....More
If this is the first market that you go to, then this market might appear interesting. However if you have time only for one market, then definitely go to Ben Thanh instead of Binh Tay.
Binh Tay is a very local market, selling groceries, produces,...More
We visited here with a private tour guide. There is something fascinating about these huge markets, and this place doesn't disappoint. This is a wholesale market, so you aren't really here to shop as a tourist, but just to look and take it all in....More