Fish market Vietnam

Vietnam Fish market 

Vietnam Fish market

Vietnam Fish market 

There are a lot of things you can do in Ho Chi Minh City, and one of them is to visit the fish market.

When you see it for the first time, it might be hard to believe that this is a place where fish live and not just a place to buy them. The market has everything: from huge tanks full of fish swimming around, to small ones where they swim freely; from stalls selling fresh seafood to dried ones; from traditional Vietnamese food sellers to modern cafes serving all kinds of international cuisine. It’s an amazing experience for anyone who loves seafood!

If you’re not sure how to start your day there, we’ve got some tips for you:

First, start with something light at one of the cafes around the market. A good place is “Le café de Cholon” which serves different types of coffee and tea as well as snacks like sandwiches or cakes (we recommend their brownie!). Then head over to one of the stalls where they serve Vietnamese food such as pho or bun bo Hue; these stalls are always crowded but worth the wait! After that go back over to another stall selling dried seafood products like shrimp chips or squid jerky (which is really tasty by

Vietnamese people love their food. They love it so much that they often eat it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. So if you’re planning to visit Vietnam, you should know that you’ll be able to find pretty much any type of food there—including fish markets!

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