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“Banh gai ran”, a specialty at Dong Van market

VietNamNet Bridge – Dong Van is not only a newly-recognised global geological park but also a tourist attraction in Vietnam. Let’s go shopping at Dong Van market.
This is the market of ethnic  			minority people like H’mong, Dao, Tay, Nung, Lo Lo
This is the market of ethnic minority people like H’mong, Dao, Tay, Nung, Lo Lo, etc. from mountain communes in Dong Van district. This is part of the plateau’s unique characteristics.
Dong Van market opens every  			Sunday, from early morning
Dong Van market opens every Sunday, from early morning. Sweet and fragrant guavas are only priced 4000 dong per kilo.
Butcher’s stalls are always  			crowded
Butcher’s stalls are always crowded. Pork is still a luxurious food for ethnic minority people.
Men have fun with rice alcohol  			and pipe tobacco
Men have fun with rice alcohol and pipe tobacco.
Young girls buy Dai string to  			decorate their dresses
Young girls buy Dai string to decorate their dresses. A string is priced from 10,000 to 20,000/unit.
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Banh gai ran, a specialty at  			Dong Van market
Banh gai ran, a specialty at Dong Van market.
French tourists buy H’mong  			clothes as souvenirs
French tourists buy H’mong clothes as souvenirs.
Thang co – a popular cuisine  			(from horse meat) of H’mong people
Thang co – a popular cuisine (from horse meat) of H’mong people.
Confectionary is sold in kilo
Confectionary is sold in kilo.
Dried bamboo shoot
Dried bamboo shoot.
A H’mong man and his newly bought dog
A H’mong man and his newly bought dog.

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