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A café is also home to a small rustic market

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Inside Cay Sau coffee shop on Thich Quang Duc Street in Phu Nhuan District, HCMC, visitors can see a small countryside market every Sunday morning.

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The market is open from 8 a.m. every Sunday, selling products from different parts of the country

 

The market has been in place for two months, featuring around a dozen of stands selling fresh vegetables, rustic food, clothes, used books, handmade items and necessities.

Nguyen Thanh Thuy, the owner of the market, says the launch of the market aims to highlight the unique traits of a traditional market and create a public space for guests to relax on weekends. 

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Visitors to the market can taste banh can, a specialty of the central region made from rice flour served with egg and seafood

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A visitor looks for used books at the market 

 

 

Source: SGT 

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