Han Market is with modern building, but still keep the traditional style of shopping of the local people in Da Nang City.
Han market is a big shopping center in Da Nang city, near the Han River, with four sides connecting with Hung Vuong, Tran Phu, Tran Hung Dao and Bach Dang streets. Most of the visitors to Da Nang City also come the Han market to shop. Han market was built in the 1940s of the 20th century, from a small trading area of a group of the local people.
Han Market in Da Nang City – photo @sss___am
In 1990, on the anniversary of Uncle Ho’s birthday on May 19, the Han market had been re-built with a completely new construction. The market has two floors with an area of 28,000m2. Han market was re-opened on the anniversary of Da Nang liberation on March 29, 1991. The architecture of the Han market is beautiful and airy, with 576 stalls, and 36 kiosks. There are more than 30 different categories of goods neatly, and orderly to help shoppers feel comfortable when going shopping here.
Han market is quite diversified and diversified with various kinds of goods, including footwear, clothes, fabrics, handbags to souvenirs, and gifts, seafood foods, and dried fish.
In developed countries such as England, France, Germany, and USA, the market is the history. Thus, many tourists from those countries arrive in Da Nang (Vietnam), they are very eager to visit the Han market; just to find the feeling of traditional shopping style. This makes them feel exciting; this is also a highlight of Da Nang City in particular and Vietnam in general.
Because, Han market has the beautiful location and style, this market is not only a shopping center, but also a tourist attraction in Da Nang city.