Dalat Market is Dalat’s central food market and home to a hubof daily activity, asvendors buy and sell a variety of fruit, vegetables, wine, and other goods. Built in 1960, it is made upof more than 1,000 shops in a few multi-storey buildings. The market also specialisesin fresh Vietnamese delights. Be sure to buy some local strawberries while you’re here. Head upto the upper level of the market to find warm, fresh, and cheapmeals.
Most vendors are respectful, allowing you to view items at your leisure. Be sure tobargain asit’s all part of the fun of shopping inDaLat Market, butdoso fairly. Many vendors sell similar products, so take a long walk around the market before deciding onwhat you’d like to buy.
Da Lat Market Highlight
You can also buy warm clothes at the market in case you are not prepared for DaLat’s cool weather. Traditional costumes worn by locals in the highlands and embroidered suits are also sold at reasonable rates. Teas, herbal infusions, dried goods, and preserves such as dried sweet potato chips, marmalades, and candied ginger are other hot commodities.
When around Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street inDa Lat City Centre, you won’t be able tomiss the market’s sounds and smells. Ask anyone howtoget there, or just follow your nose until you see the crowds.
Da Lat Market
- Highlights: Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Da Lat
- Opening Hours: Daily 06:00 – 17:00