No Trang Long market was only opened since 2013 in order to create a place for the antique collectors in HCM City to exchange with each other. After six years, the market has attracted thousands of visitors and became a cultural place for the locals.
The market was set up inside a cafe bar located in an alleyway. According to the employees, they sold 1,000 tickets each day. A ticket includes a drink or snack and costs a total VND40,000 (USD1.72).
Nearly every shop has its own specialist collections. Some shops sell cameras, magazines, ceramics or feng shui items. According to a seller, they put on display whatever they have been able to collect. Some sellers are from the US and Europe. There are also many foreign visitors at the market
Some photos of the market:
No Trang Long Market
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