In Photos: Markets in Vietnam

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In Asia, the market is a staple in just about every community.

People go to markets to buy everything from fresh vegetables to gardening supplies; from snack foods to clothing. And, traveling around Vietnam, I had the chance to visit my fair share of markets.


Markets in the cities were packed and chaotic.


Markets in the countryside were colorful — but still chaotic.


All of them were full of character.


There were even floating markets at Ha Long Bay!


Regardless of which kind they are — city, countryside, or floating — markets in Vietnam are an important aspect of daily life and give you a unique glimpse into the culture of this country.

So if you head to Vietnam anytime soon, be sure to check out the local markets!


Which market photo is your favorite?



*Note: I was in Vietnam on a complimentary with Intrepid Travel. As always, opinions are completely my own.

"It's a dangerous business, going out your door. You step onto the road, and, if you don't keep your feet, there's no telling where you might get swept off to." - JRR Tolkien

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