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Han Market Da Nang: Explore a renowned destination for shopping lovers

24/03/2023 2298 views

Han Market Da Nang is an ideal place to find some great bargains on meticulously made sourvernirs, freshly caught seafood, Da Nang specialties, and immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of the city.

During your Da Nang travel journey, besides visiting famous tourist attractions, wandering around Han Market Da Nang should be one of the top activities on your bucket list. Here, you can savor the local cuisine, purchase special souvenirs for your loved one, and have greater insight into the daily life of the locals.

1. Information about Han Market Da Nang Vietnam

Han Market Da Nang

Han Market Da Nang has an excellent location (Source: Collected)

  • Location: No. 119, Tran Phu Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang
  • Opening hours: 5.00 am – 7.00 pm

Han Market Da Nang, being one of the most important trading points of Da Nang, is located at the intersection of four main streets, namely Tran Phu, Bach Dang, Hung Vuong, and Tran Hung Dao. Thus, it is easy to get here.

In the old days, Han Market was merely a modest trading venue for small businessmen. However, the prime location of this market has enabled it to expand into a significant trading hub along Han River. Thus, people gave it the name Han Market.

In the 1940s, the market was officially opened. In order to deliver commodities to Han Market, the French built a large train system named Tourane Marché. As businesses expanded, some Chinese and Vietnamese merchants decided to construct a commercial area surrounding the market with food stores, jewelry stores, pharmacy stores, and so on.

Han Market Da Nang

Han Market Da Nang is one of the oldest market in the coastal city (Source: Collected)

The market was completely refurbished in 1989. Nowadays, the market has a spacious and refreshing ambiance, making it an ideal place to go shopping in Da Nang

2. What can you find during a shopping tour in Han Market?

Even though the charming coastal city of Da Nang has many large grocery chains and shopping malls, Han Market still retains its position as one of the greatest places to shop in the city. Coming here, you can find almost everything you can think of.

2.1. Fresh seafood

Han market is an ideal place for locals and tourists to buy fresh seafood, including halibut, stingray, round scad, rough fish, clam, squid, crab, etc. The seafood, freshly caught by local fishermen, is frequently displayed in large plastic bowls with oxygen tubes placed inside to keep the sea creatures alive until they are bought. 

If you are planning for a self-sufficient trip to Da Nang, it is suggested that you visit Han Market to purchase some freshly caught fish so that you can enjoy a wonderful BBQ party with your family and friends. The eye-catching colors of the seafood at Han Market Da Nang will surely draw your attention. 

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Locals selling fresh seafood at Han Market Da Nang (Source: Collected)

2.2. Fermented paste and dried food

Han Market offers numerous kinds of high-quality dried seafood, such as dried squid, beef jerky, dried shrimp, simmered crab, and Da Nang’s special pastes, including shrimp paste, mackerel rice sauce, fish sauce, etc. The two most famous stores to buy sauce at Han Market are Can shop or Nhut Hoang shop. All types of sauce are carefully packed into jars.

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Tourist choosing dried food at Han Market Da Nang (Source: Collected)

2.3. Specialty cakes of Da Nang

Visiting Han Market Da Nang, it is highly recommended that you try some special cakes of Da Nang:

  • Vietnamese pancakes

Banh xeo, often known as Vietnamese pancake or Vietnamese crepe, is a popular stuffed rice pancake in Central Vietnam. The outer layer of banh xeo is made of rice flour, water, and turmeric powder while the fillings are pork, shrimp, mung beans, onions, and bean sprouts. You can enjoy Vietnamese pancakes by wrapping them in veggies before dipping them in a flavourful sauce.

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Vietnamese pancake is a must-try dish at Han Market Da Nang (Source: Collected)

  • Vietnamese water fern cake

Banh beo, or Vietnamese water fern cake, as its name suggests, looks like water ferns. It is a thin steamed rice cake with fillings of minced shrimp, scallions, green bean paste, and crispy fried shallots on top. Banh beo will satisfy anyone’s appetite with its irresistibly sour and spicy sauce. It is often served in a small condiment dish or heaped on a plate.

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Vietnamese water fern cake can be easily found at Han Market Da Nang (Source: Collected)

2.4. Clothes and related items

On the second floor of Han Market Da Nang, tourists can find numerous shops selling fashion items ranging from silk, shoes to garments. If you want to purchase some special gifts for relatives and friends, it is suggested that you buy handmade products made from sedge and rattan. Due to the special material, the manufacturing of these products is often time-consuming, complex, and labor-intensive, so their prices are relatively high.

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Sedge and rattan products can be bought at Han Market Da Nang (Source: Collected)

2.5. Other tasty dishes

Han Market Da Nang offers many other delectable dishes served by the local sellers. Below are some must-try dishes for you:

  • Thick Vietnamese noodle soup (Banh canh)

Banh canh is a typical dish of Central Vietnam. It features thick noodles made from tapioca flour or rice flour. Vietnamese noodle soup has a distinct flavor and is often topped with pork, fish ball, crab, snakehead fish, or Vietnamese pork sausage.

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Tourists should try thick Vietnamese noodle soup at Han Da Nang Market (Source: Collected)

  • Quang noodles (Mi Quang)

This Vietnamese staple is made of flat and yellow noodles that are served with savory beef broth and crispy fresh vegetables and herbs like banana blossoms, lettuce, cilantro, scallions, and Vietnamese coriander. The toppings are pork belly, chicken, shrimp, fish, boiled eggs, roasted peanuts, and fish crackers.

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There are several stalls serving Quang noodles at Han Market Da Nang (Source: Collected)

  • Vietnamese noodles with grilled pork (Bun cha)

A typical dish of bun cha includes vermicelli, grilled pork, vegetables, and a dipping sauce with pickled papaya and carrot. The sauce is heated until it is just slightly warm, then seasoned with garlic, chili, and vinegar to make a mildly sweet taste. This sauce is the essential component that makes bun cha special.

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It is recommended that travelers enjoy Ban Cha at Han Market Da Nang (Source: Collected)

3. Han Market vs Con Market: Where should you go?

In Da Nang, Han Market and Con Market are the two biggest and most popular markets that tourists should consider visiting. Here are some differences between these two markets:

Han Market Con Market
Location No. 119, Tran Phu Street, Hai Chau District No. 240, Hung Vuong Street, Hai Chau District
Scale 2 floors with 576 stalls and 36 kiosks A three-story building and a two-story building with more than 2,000 business households
Opening hours 5.00 am – 7.00 pm 7.00 am – 7.30 pm
Prices Affordable Affordable
Products Dry goods, fish sauce, clothes, souvenirs Da Nang specialties and street foods


4. The best tips for a day trip to Han Market Da Nang

Before visiting Han Market, take note of the following:

  • Except in the early morning, you should try to bargain down 40 – 50% compared to the offered prices
  • You should go to many different stalls to compare prices
  • Prioritize stalls with price tags
  • Mind your personal belongings and valuables

Besides Han Market Da Nang, it is recommended that you explore other famous tourist attractions in Da Nang like Linh Ung Pagoda, Cham Museum, Da Nang beaches, etc. You can also combine visiting Da Nang with Hue and Hoi An Ancient Town for more exciting experiences. During your trip to Hoi An, VinWonders Nam Hoi An will definitely be the perfect destination for you and your family. This world-class amusement park offers all sorts of exciting activities in its 5 subdivisions:

  • Adventure Land: A place where thrill-seeking tourists can put their bravery to the test by playing in heart-pounding games.
  • Island of Folk Culture: A place that shows the architectural features from every region of Vietnam and vividly recreates Vietnamese traditional craft villages.
  • Water World: A water paradise with slides and pools for kids, families, and friends, as well as 11 exciting games to cool down the summer.
  • Harbor Corner: A place where cultures collide, where you can immerse yourself in a space of contrasting cultural colors from the past to present, from the East to the West.
  • River Safari: Vietnam’s first and largest river safari, with over 50 species and 550 individuals of rare animals.
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Han Market Da Nang is an attractive destination for food lovers and shopaholics thanks to the wide variety of exquisite dishes and appealing products. Visitors will also be drawn to Han Market Vietnam by the freshly caught seafood, well-processed dried food, and colorful souvenirs.


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