Ultimate Guide To Da Nang Han Market

Han market

Da Nang Han Market is a traditional market with a variety of goods on sale, bustling dining area, souvenir and specialty stalls….has become an indispensable attraction of tourists whenever they visit Da Nang.  If you are eager to know where the Han market is, what is so attractive to visitors, let’s explore Han Market in detail below with Da Nang Tours City.

About Da Nang Han Market

  • Location: Han Market is located in the center of Da Nang city at 119 Tran Phu, Hai Chau Ward, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City.

Da Nang Han Market

How to get to Han Market in Da Nang

With the city center location, convenient transportation, you can easily move by the following means:

+ Rent a motorbike: To freely move around when visiting Da Nang city, you can rent a motorbike for about 120,000 – 180000 VND/day depending on the type of vehicle you choose.

+ Cyclo: Cyclo is a popular means of transportation, especially in the area in front of Han market, a famous tourist destination, so finding this means of transport is very easy.

+ Taxi: There are many famous taxi companies in Da Nang such as Tien Sa, Mai Linh….You can call whenever you need.

Open/Close Hours

As the busiest market in Da Nang with bustling shopping activities, Da Nang Han Market opens very early to serve locals and tourists.
+ Opening hours: The market opens at 6 am, at this time, the small businesses have prepared and arranged the goods for sale.

+ Closing hours: The market is open until 10pm but around 7pm there are fewer items for sale. Therefore, to be able to fully shop, you should come here before 7 pm.

What is Attractive in Han Market?

Han market Da Nang

Da Nang Han Market is a market that sells a variety of goods, especially food stalls with many delicious dishes that will surely bring visitors many interesting experiences. The market has 2 floors:

+ Ground floor: There are stalls selling food, dry food, fresh seafood and handicrafts.

+ 2nd Floor: Mainly fashion items such as fabrics, clothes, shoes….

There Are Many Delicious Dishes To Enjoy

Coming to the Han market, visitors have the opportunity to enjoy hundreds of delicious local dishes with prices from only 10000 – 50000 VND, such as:

+ Pancakes:

+ Filter cake

+ Grilled beef with guise leaves

+ Quang Noodles

+ Ginseng tea

Clothes and fabrics

Han Market Da Nang has many stalls of clothes and fabrics for tourists to visit and shop. Clothes and fabrics here are quite expensive.


Visitors can visit, buy unique handicraft products such as shoes, bags made of sedge, rattan… as gifts for relatives and friends. However, handmade items are often quite expensive.

Comparison Of Han Market and Con Market

Han Market

Con Market


No. 119 Tran Phu Street, Hai
Chau 1 Ward, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City (1km from the Con

290 Hung Vuong Street, Vinh
Trung Ward, Hai Chau District,
Da Nang City


The market consists of 2 floors, 576 stalls and 36 kiosks

The market consists of 1 row of 3-floor houses, two rows of
2-floor houses and 6 blocks of houses with 2000 business

Opening time

6:00 - 22:00

7:00 - 19:30


It used to be called the 'rich man's market' because of its high prices. But now prices are affordable for everyone.

Provide affordable, affordable


Offers a variety of clothing items, fish sauces, dry goods and

Products are quite diverse,
Attracting visitors with stalls
selling specialty dishes and

Buying Experience In Da Nang Han Market

You can shop for fashion items or great souvenirs at Da Nang Han Market. However, to save money, you should note the following useful tips:

+ According to the experience of many people who have been to Han Market before, when shopping here, you should pay about 40-50% of the listed price. Because the Han market is a destination frequented by tourists, the price is often higher than the market price. With such bargaining you can save a lot of money on your trip.

+ Han Market sells a lot of diverse products with designs, materials, and prices. Therefore, to buy the best product at the best price, you should visit many different stores.

+ Should avoid shopping in the early morning or early afternoon. According to the beliefs of small traders, this is the “lucky hour” of the seller. If you come to see the goods, ask for the price but don’t buy, you will probably be answered with an unfriendly look…