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“If you decide to go to the Ben Thanh market, be prepared to have you bargaining hat on. Everyone is friendly but there's a lot of grabbing and there is no air conditioning so it can be a bit overwhelming. Be comfortable with the currency conversion too so you can definitely grab some real bargains on souvenirs to take home; especially things like coffee and decorative lanterns and furniture. Opposite the Ben Thanh market and opposite the HCMC Fine Arts Museum is a brilliant street to buy antiques.”


“Great choice at Ben Thanh market and higher end arts and crafts stores.”


“Eat where the locals eat. Get out of District 1. If you want to stay within District 1, check out restaurants behind Ben Thanh Market that display their menu with prices in front of their restaurants.”


“You can refresh your bargaining power.....”


“Can't visit Saigon and not visit Ben Thanh market. Good place to find a few gifts and lots of food. After 6pm the night 'pop-up' market fills the streets on each side of Ben Thanh. More great food and chances to buy that last minute souvenir. Not always the cheapest, but certainly very convenient.”


“Great place to shop for nuts and coffee. Look around until you get the price and quality you want.”

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“Very insistent vendors. Kept grabbing my arm/hand which really annoyed me. Make sure you haggle a bit, some stalls allow and some dont.”


“If you don't want to buy, do not ask for the price, or else some might pulling at your hand and force you to buy.”


“Didnt feel comfortable with vendors grabbing my arm and holding on to me”

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