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If you want to visit the market, make sure to time your schedule as it only opens from 6 am to 10 am every Sunday. There, one can easily find street vendors selling Vietnamese signature dishes such as cold cuts, meat floss, fried scallions, rice paper cake, etc. Other iconic dishes like vermicelli, Pho, bread, coffee are ubiquitous in the market.
On top of that, the market also sells Vietnamese handicrafts, artworks, clothes, and a full range of imported goods.
Sellers include both Vietnamese and local people. Thai sellers also make and sell Vietnamese dishes at their food court. The market is frequented by not only Vietnamese nationals working in Thailand or Vietnamese visitors, it draws attention of visitors from other countries too.
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